Less than a year after its launch, the camera Nikon D7000 format DX won in the category European Advanced SLR Camera 2011-2012 (the SLR advanced european 2011-2012) under the EISA awards (European Association of image and Sound). This award comes after the success of the same device as part of the celebrations of the TIPA Award (Association of the technical press of the image), where he won the award for “best advanced DSLR model” and the Red Dot Awards, where the device was awarded for the design.
EISA jury members said: “Being the head range of semi-professional camera from Nikon D7000 has many first class features borrowed from the D300 and D300S models of the company.
Resistant casing provides a high-speed auto focus, a bright LCD screen of 3 inches, dust control system, the dual card slots for filming in SDXC and Full HD format a system exception. noise-control means that the sensor of 16,2 million pixels can be used with a sensitivity of ISO 3200, with images of a high quality and clarity-noise is not a problem even at sensitivity ISO12800.