Nikon D7000 Review: A great mid-class, high-spec DX-format camera
- Camera body (Nikon D7000 Digital SLR Camera)
- 18-105mm (f/3.5-5.6 G ED) kit lens with lens hood and bag
- Re-chargeable Li-ion battery (EN-EL15)
- Battery Charger (MH-25) with power cable
- Documentation and user manual with Software CD
- Nikon Neck Strap
- USB cable
- Audio and Video cable
- Hotshoe cover and body cap
Quite the standard set of items, now let’s explore the camera body.
There are also two rubber covers here. The larger one houses the connectors, we see the A/V Out, USB and HDMI ports, while the smaller cover below it holds the accessory terminals containing the microphone and external accessories ports.
On the right of the D7000 are the dual-slot card reader that supports SD/SDHC and the new SDXC format. If there are two cards installed, you can set the secondary card as overflow storage, backup, or to store a specific file type (.NEF RAWs or movies)
The control panel screen is also located at the top of the D7000. And on the sides of the camera, we have the eyelets for the camera strap.
The viewfinder and dipoter adjustment control and the AE-L/AF-L button are on the upper right. The Live View is now a lever located at the top, with the movie recording button located at the center of the lever.
Like its predecessor, the D7000 maintains the placement of the multi-selector, OK button, focus selector lock, info button and the 3-inch TFT screen.