Nikon D7000 Tutorial – A Fast Start Guide to Your DSLR

Nikon D7000 Tutorial – A Fast Start Guide to Your DSLR

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  1. What microphone are you using? It's amazing!

  2. The first thing I did when I opened up the box was stick the battery in my mouth. I reluctantly spit it out when Nikon said not to swallow it….Nikon, they're no fun.

  3. Lihat video ini di YouTube:

  4. Roberto Santiago

    Wonderful instructions and I look forward to seeing more from you..Great job !

  5. you get much more than 600 shots in one charge

  6. Fast start ?  lots of talk…slow to get any instruction..

  7. Wonderful introduction! But what annoys me is that… John did not put on the lens hood! :)

  8. This is what I have been searching …thanks!

  9. ByteChiefDeluxe

    The back plate and top are magnesium alloy. The front and bottom are tough polycarbonite, if I am not mistaken…

  10. ibelieveinsumthin

    D7000 is weather proofed and it's not just plastic its magnesium alloy

  11. its magnesium alloy covered in plastic

  12. Listen again he said the outside is plastic

  13. I moved from canon into Nikon DSLR. I own a Nikon D7000 and I didn't go wrong in choosing it.

  14. Ron van Middendorp

    "We´re gonna do something really complicated…" M – mode… yeah, that is complicated…

  15. It is magnesium alloy build for sure.

  16. Even though I knew most of the information, this was the best presentation that I have seen on line. Excellent job…

  17. I highly recommend this camera, I recently bought it as an upgrade over my D5100 and I am completely in love! If you want to see some pictures, check out my flickr account listed on my youtube channel, cheers

  18. a simple google search on Nikon's official website on the D7000 page:

    "Magnesium alloy employed for the body, and superior weather-resistant and anti-dust capabilities

    In a compact size of approx. 132 (W) x 105 (H) x 77 (D) mm (5.2 x 4.1 x 3.0 in.), the D7000 employs light and rugged magnesium alloy for top and rear covers for high durability. Furthermore, connected parts and various points are securely sealed, achieving superior weather-resistant and dustprevention performance."

    I love it!

  19. this is quite a dry and boring video.

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