Nikon D7000 16.2MP Digital SLR Camera Body – Only 16809 Shutter Counts


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For sale is the Nikon D7000 camera body.
This camera is in 100% working order.
The camera shutter counts are only 16809 (verified).
The camera body has some sign and wear and paint loss (on edges) from normal use. Please refer to the listing pictures for detail condition.
The sale comes with body, battery and after market charger only.


So far I am very pleased with my Nikon D7000

Great camera. I upgraded from a D200 and I am very pleased so far. Paid less than $300 for a body with 14K shutter cycles. I own a Tokina 12-24 F2.8, Sigma 24-70 F2.8, Nikon 50 f1.8, Nikon 80-200 F2.8 and a Sigma 100 F2.8 Macro. Can’t wait to get into shooting some video with this camera. The screen is large (3 inches) and clear. The D7000 is lighter than my D200. It focuses faster and the pictures have less noise at higher ISO’s than the D200. I like using SD cards over CF and setting the dual slots is easy and convenient. I also love that the camera has two user modes (U1, U2) on the dial to save custom settings.Read full review...

Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: area51_hos


Switching from D3100 to D7000

For a good amount of years, I’ve had the D3100 and utilized it to the best of my capability. It’s gave me the necessary tools at the time to learn more about photography. At first it was a hobby but later on, it became something I felt really passionate about. Now that I’ve learned a bit more about photography and consider myself knowledgeable enough, the D7000 is the next step in continuing my progress as a photographer. People say this camera is outdated but I’d say otherwise. It’s perfect for someone like me. When it came to my budget, the functions that I was looking for in a camera, and the fact that it had an internal focusing motor, the D7000 checked off all of those things for me. It’s more advanced than the D3100 and gives me more variety. The amount of options I had on the D3100 was pretty simplistic but also limiting. I’d say this upgrade was imperative and also of good value with a budget like mine.Read full review...

Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: rickyrx


Great camera, but 2 things (Maybe wait for a D7100?)

I'm a photojournalist, who does portraiture, events and product shoots on the side. Shhh... I still use the company's D7000's (have two D300's, two D7000's, one D7100, one D700).

One, it's practically disposable. I picked up the last one for less at 4K clicks for less than $300.

Two, because they hold up so well. How do you kill one? The D300 was a tank. The D7000, lighter but just as tough. Mostly metal body. A strap broke last year and it crashed on pavement. Battery door popped open. Onboard flash opened. Clicked them shut again. Small abrasion, hot shoe bent a little (but I don't use the hot shoe anyway). Had no effect on function or photos. And it's landed on chunks of rock shooting in a surface mine. Scratched the paint. That's it. Finished the shoot with it. Stellar color. Excellent resolution. Part of this job turned out to be a moonlit mine pit scene. Had to do it hand-held. But geez, crisp pictures, stunning. They're going to be title pages in a magazine layout, for sure. (Do I *want* a D850? Heck yeah... but I'm making money with the two D7000's just fine. Have been since it came out. Where I go, what I do, I'd cry if I wrecked one of those on a construction site. The D7000? I'll just get another one!

Check that. I'll get a D7100 or D7200. Why?

*D7000 Mode dial doesn't stay put. No lock. I'll look down and see my last five pictures were overexposed because it rolled from aperture to some scene setting (I'm embarrassed to have a camera than has "scene" presets). Starting with the D7100, Nikon put a little lock on that dial. You have to press and turn. Doesn't shift on you by accident.

*D7000 live-view toggle lever is right next to back button.
I use back button focus (turn shutter half-release focus off). So, I'll focus with my thumb, but the live-view lever is right under my thumb. When I try to shoot, the view-finder goes black, missed the shot, live-view comes on. Nikon moved that lever beginning with the D7100.

If you get a D7000, it's going to make you very happy. So much camera; so little price. Watch your mode dial. And maybe put a piece of tape over the live-view lever.

That, or wait for a D7100.
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Verified purchase: No


Not a beginner's camera..unless beginner wants to learn a great deal. Significant step up from D5300 in complexity.

I like this camera. It's heavier and a good deal more complex than the newer D5300.
I enjoy learning and this camera requires it of me. It's not a 'point and shoot' if you want to get it right.

Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: vintagesinger


Nikon D7000 A Hit

An excellent camera with every imaginable option that makes incredibly sharp pictures. I am using my Nikon lenses from another Nikon body, and all of them work perfectly. As compared to the D7100, this body meets all of my needs for less money, and without compromising picture quality.Read full review...

Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: us-michaelj


It’s up there!

The D7000 is up there in technical stuff —a newbie could go all day on “auto” settings or “scene” however the camera wont see the scene as the photographer’s eye does. I do recommend watching a learning video and reading the manual to understand how to program it. The custom user settings would come in handy if you find yourself shooting the same thing frequently. I’m not a pro, just an average person. There is a lot in the camera—enjoy!Read full review...

Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: shlosh555


Used Nikon D7100

Amazing camera with tons of features best DX you can buy.

Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: lezotcam


easy to transition

Already had a d80 so the transition was easy. Super quality pictures and speed. Love it. Won a great bid.


Great Camera!

Great camera! Had a D7000 before, so quite familiar with it. It was very well cared for, and I'm very pleased with the appearance and functionality of the camera.

Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: robertscamera


A very nice camera! Love the extended battery.

Awesome camera. The seller was quick to respond and included everything he said plus more. Camera was an awesome shape, I can’t say enough good things about the Products and the way the seller handled everything. Thanks so much!!!Read full review...

Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: cutlasssupreme101

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