A few hours with the brand new Nikon D7000 lets me see what a terrific camera this really is. It knocks the twingleburger out of just about every other camera in it’s price range and even at double it’s price.
Imagine saying that ISO 3200 on a crop camera is awesome!!! It is! Not necessarily for 100 percent screen shots but in a couple of test prints it was amazing impressive.
Review done by Peter Gregg of A Better Bounce Card.
The first section is actual footage done on the D7000 camera itself. Then the video switches over to a Canon T2i for the remainder of the video. The 50mm F1.4 lens (USM for Canon and G for Nikon) was used on both cameras. Natural room lighting without any special photography lighting was the scene setting. ISO 1600 was used on the Canon and auto ISO was used on the Nikon.
Cameras Used for video: Nikon D7000 & Canon T2i
Lenses: 50mm Nikon G & 50mm Canon USM
Nikon D7000 – Auto ISO, A Mode F1.8 1920×1080 24p
Canon T2i – ISO1600, Manual F1.8 1/80
Color Balance Canon – Custom done with ColorRight Pro
Color Balance Nikon – Custom done with ColorRight Pro
Lighting – Natural room lighting, mixed sources