Nikon D7000 Price With 18-105mm Lens Kit Comparison

The Nikon D7000 with the body only price starts from under $900 to date, according to online stores where you buy it. If you are upgrading from an earlier version of Nikon cameras like the D90, you may just want to buy the body and D7000 only save about $ 300 because the chances are that you can use your existing lens with the new Nikon D7000. Nikon also offers the 18-105mm Lens Kit at a very reasonable price that’s worth checking out for sure.

While Nikon D7000 price¬†release date is way back in September 2010, the official selling price remains close to the same but shows signs of dropping, and this may be due to the fact that Nikon does not answer supply demanded for this awesome camera. You can also check what the best lenses for the Nikon D7000¬†are. I’ll post reviews on the Nikon D7000 soon!

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2 thoughts on “Nikon D7000 Price With 18-105mm Lens Kit Comparison

  1. First, let me say that for the last (almost) two years I have been using the Nikon D700, and occasionally the D300s and D90 as a backup.

    When I saw the specs and reviews for the D7000 I knew I had to try it out — and guess what — I haven’t used my D700 at all since getting my D7000…

    It feels great. It’s light, but well made, feels secure and not at all “plastic-y” The controls and buttons are all terrific and a huge improvement from the D90.

    The camera, while easy to use, has all the bells and whistles, great image quality, and a good user interface. In fact, the shots look better out of the camera than with the D300s. In reality, the image quality is virtually indistinguishable from the D700 up to ISO 3200, and only slightly better on the D700 upto about 6400. There’s no comparison higher, the D700 wins hands down. Sure the D700 is better at low-light shooting with its full size sensor — but the D7000 absolutely has surprised me in this area as well.

    It has features you expect in Pro cameras, and I wouldnt be surprised to see the D7000 become the back-up camera of choice for full frame shooters.

    That being said — the 18-105 lens is pretty week. I already have a great selection of DX lenses including the amazing 17-55 2.8 lens (there just isn’t anything that looks and feels and works as well as that lens on an FX), and the 18-200. It’s a joy to use these lenses again on a regular basis. The 18-105 is average at best, and I have eBayed mine already. You might want to get the body only if you already have DX lenses.

    And after a few event shoots with the D7000, it’s a joy to use something that weighs half of what the D700 weighs. The reality is, I will most likely also purchase the D700 update when it eventually comes down the pike, but I might very well end up selling mine off for now while waiting for that.

    I am simply in love with this little camera — it’s by far Nikon’s best current DX lens, and it even competes with their FX D700 for image quality. Who can ask for more. Highly recommended.

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