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Compare Prices of Nikon D7000 16-85mm

Best price for Nikon D7000 16-85mm in Malaysia is RM 5,129.00

You can buy the Nikon D7000 16-85mm at the lowest price of RM 5,129.00 from Lazada.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

Specs of Nikon D7000 16-85mm

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 16.2MP
Sensor
Sensor Size 23.6 x 15.6mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Display
Screen Size 3"
Viewfinder Optical
Touchscreen
Tiltable
Swivel
Off Mode
Anti Smudge Coating
Anti Scratch
Live View
Hinged
Packaging Content
Camera Version Lens Kit
Video
Video Resolution Full HD
Image
ISO Minimum 100
ISO Maximum 6400
ISO Auto
White Balance
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 24fps
Connectivity
Wi-Fi
USB
HDMI
Bluetooth
NFC
Shutter
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/8000s
Colour
Colour Black
Physical
Dimensions (W x H x D) 132 x 103 x 77mm
Weight 690g
Optics & Focus
Number of Focus Points 39
Manual Focus
Lens Mount F
Launch
Release Year 2010

Reviews of Nikon D7000 16-85mm

thestar.com.my
Reviewed on 2010-12-28
Fast shooting speeds; great picture quality; 1080p video recordingat 24fps; good high ISO performance; fast autofocus with the new 39-point AF sensor.
AF during live view is faster but still not fast and positive enough for video; no 30fps or higher 1080p video recording.
Nikon's latest DSLR for the serious amateur packs a lot of punch for the price. FEATURE-PACKED: The 16-megapixel Nikon D7000 features a 1080p movie mode and tons of other functions for about the same price as its predecessor, the D90. WHEN the Nikon ...
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mymac.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-27
While the book looks at every settings and menu item like in the owner's manual, it feels closer to natural reading than just a list of features explained one by one. For more technical explanations, the book refers you to the owner's manual with associat...
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Kenrockwell.com
Reviewed on 2013-04-10
Let's rack-up the , and and see how they compare for sharpness, resolution and high-ISO performance. I shot my () on the D7100 and D7000. I shot the () on my D600, which gives the same angle of view. The D600 is FX, and the ...
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Kenrockwell.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-15
The Nikon D600 is essentially the D7000 with a larger sensor, reflex mirror and viewfinder prism added. The D600 isn't much bigger or heavier, and adds much more technical performance if you're splitting pixels or shooting at high ISOs...
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camerastuffreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-08-01
The target customers of the Nikon D7000 consist of amateur photographers who demand a decent and good camera. The Nikon D7000 offers a solid finish, including additional sealing against dust and water, and a larger, bright viewfinder with 100% coverage. T...
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gadgetreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-11
Excellent picture quality with decent ISO sensitivity, Great feel, design, and superbly easy to use, Perfect for someone with some knowledge of photography stepping up from a lowend DSLR or highend point and shoot
Photo dump is a little slow; too easy to accidentally lose shots, Liveview doesn't show settings, proper image as it will appear, Video quality is good, but focus is weak and unsteady
When I started looking at the Nikon D7000, it was way back in December 2010. I purchased it for my birthday, knowing full well that it was a brand new camera and would be the perfect step up from the Nikon D40x, the lowest-end DSLR I could have purchased ...
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Kenrockwell.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-06
Let's compare the technical performance of the Nikon D4, D800, (same sensor and performance as the ), and , ......
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Kickstartnews.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-01
The Nikon D7000 is quite a camera. Gorgeous 1920 x 1080 24fps video in either MOV or H.264 format, that is clean and slick. Nikon jumped into professional quality video recording with the D3s and all of Nikon's considerable resources were brought to b...
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Kenrockwell.com
Reviewed on 2011-12-14
A reader asks which of these two top cameras makes better images. Answer: NEITHER! If you're still wasting your time worrying about such trivia, I doubt you'll ever expend the , as opposed to merely armchair shopping fo...
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dv.com
Reviewed on 2011-08-29
Tweet print ShareThis rss For some years after Nikon brought video to the DSLR world with its D90, the company pretty much ceded that market segment to Canon, which was first to market with the 1080 and 24p options that really made DSLR video a...
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maximumpc.com
Reviewed on 2011-08-08
39 focus points; impressive lowlight performance; dual SD slots
Mode dial moves too easily; could be better balanced
Nikon built the D7000 using a partial magnesium shell (top and bottom) with dust and weather seals. It feels slightly less balanced in the hand than Canon's D60, but this is a minor inconvenience that most shooters won't notice. The D7000’s user inter...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-11
Feeling very much in hand like a pro camera, with magnesium alloy top and rear body construction, the Nikon D7000 (list: $1199, body only) has all the bells and whistles of a modern D-SLR, including a high megapixel count CMOS sensor, a new image pro...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-10
New DSLR cameras are capable of shooting high-quality video. I've been using my Nikon D7000 to capture special family moments instead of a dedicated video camera. Here's a video of my son enjoying his first fireworks show.I like to carry lightweight gear ...
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itp.net
Reviewed on 2011-06-12
When the D7000 was launched it stood between the enthusiast-aimed D300S and the higher-end D90. Nikon’s cameras have always boasted excellent build quality and the D7000 is no different. A magnesium alloy has been used to create the camera’s body and t...
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maclife.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-24
Shoots full 1080p HD video. 6fps continuous shooting. Rugged design.
Pricey for an enthusiast camera. Slow autofocus in Live View. Overexposure in some shots.
If you’ve moved beyond point-and-shoots but aren’t quite ready to make the jump to a pro-level DSLR, Nikon’s impressive new D7000 wants to be your go-to shooter. The D7000 takes over for the old D90, but it also manages to compete well with the D300S,...
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techworld.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-19
With the D7000, Nikon has created a new category in its broad DSLR line. The D7000 offers a midrange alternative to the higher-end Nikon D300s and the slightly long-in-the-tooth but more affordable Nikon D90, which the company released in 2008.Offerin...
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layersmagazine.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-17
High performance in a compact DSLR
With the introduction of the Nikon D7000, a new level of camera comes to the Nikon line. The D7000 fits between the D90 and the D300s in product lineup and features. Nikon has taken some of the best features of its higher-end cameras and incorporated ...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-06
Outstanding still image quality, Sealed against weather and dust, Above average low light/high ISO performance, Dual SD/SDHC/SDXC card slots, Autofocus in video and Live View modes, Very good video quality,
New Nikon DLSR users may be frustrated by learning curve of more advanced features, Full-time autofocus in Video and Live View modes not ready for prime time, Bracket button positioned too close to flash pop-up button, Function button difficult to access...
With the release of the D7000, Nikon created a new category in its broad DSLR line. At $1200 (body only), the D7000 offers a mid-range alternative to the higher end D300s, and the slightly-long-in-the-tooth but more affordable D90 (released in 2008). A...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2011-05-06
Outstanding still image quality, Sealed against weather and dust, Above average low light/high ISO performance, Dual SD/SDHC/SDXC card slots, Autofocus in video and Live View modes, Very good video quality,
New Nikon DLSR users may be frustrated by learning curve of more advanced features, Full-time autofocus in Video and Live View modes not ready for prime time, Bracket button positioned too close to flash pop-up button, Function button difficult to access...
With the release of the D7000, Nikon created a new category in its broad DSLR line. At $1200 (body only), the D7000 offers a mid-range alternative to the higher end D300s, and the slightly-long-in-the-tooth but more affordable D90 (released in 2008). A...
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dcresource.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-18
The Nikon D7000 ($1199 body only) is a midrange digital SLR that fits between the D90 and D300s. Its feature set is quite impressive, and even made owners of cameras from other manufacturers drool a little bit (or so I've heard). Some of the highlight...
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