A conglomeration of D7000 Responses
I got a bunch of questions about the D7000 so I figured it’d be easier to answer them in one place:
ashleyrushton asked: So you got the D7000 finally!? It’s a beast, isn’t it?
If the post didn’t indicate it enough - I’m ecstatic about having the new camera. There’s something extremely gratifying about waiting for something and finally getting it - I’m absolutely loving it.
upanddowns asked:you having any issues with hot pixels?
how is the continuous AF. everything i have read says that nikon still has some catching up to do with compared to Canon’s video offering but its progress
I haven’t seen any issues with hot pixels at all. Unfortunately, I haven’t used continuous focus so I can’t really speak to it.
What I can tell you about video is that it seems like the jelly mode that the D90 had has been dealt with, and having a 20 minute upper limit on recording is way, way better than the 5 minute limit that used to exist.
I don’t really intend to use this camera for video much, but every once and a while I guess I’ll see something that will make more sense as a moving image than as a static one.
first of all i followed your blog because I really like your photos
secondly I just saw your post about your D7000 and why it is so good. I assume you know what you are talking about so I thought i’d ask for some advice about what camera I should get next, instead of a D3000. Due to my limited budget I cant get anything as good as the D90 or D7000, so I am torn between the older D80 and the more modern D60. What would you suggest?
I’ve said before, the D3100 is a fantastic alternative and a great starter camera. I’d go with that.