Nikon D7000 Best Price In Pakistan

D7000 nikon Price In Pakistan this year

Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera Best Price in Pakistan. The lowest price of Nikon D7100 is Rs.49,000/= for the body only.

Best Deals Online Nikon D7000

Body Only (Rs.49,999/=)
[button color=”blue” size=”small” link=”” icon=”fal fa-tags” target=”true” nofollow=”true”]Go To Store[/button]
Check Price at OLX
[button color=”blue” size=”small” link=”″ icon=”fal fa-tags” target=”true” nofollow=”true”]Go To Store[/button]

Key Features Of Nikon D7000

  • Autofocus Type: Phase
  • Lens change option: Nikon F mount
  • Color depth: 42 bit
  • The number of effective megapixels of the matrix: 16.2 million
  • Crop factor: 1.5
  • Physical matrix size: APS-C (23.6 x 15.6 mm)
  • Matrix Type: CMOS
  • The number of megapixels of the matrix: 16.9 million
  • Maximum Resolution: 4928 x 3264
  • Sensitivity: 100 – 6400 ISO, Auto ISO
Nikon D7000 Best Price In Pakistan

Check Also: Nikon D7100 Price In Pakistan

Complete Specifications Of D7000

Autofocus Typephase
Electronic rangefinderYes
Lens includednot
Autofocus highlightYes
Autofocus adjustmentYes
Face focusYes
Manual focusYes
The ability to change the lensNikon F mount


Color depth42 bit
The number of effective megapixels of the matrix16.2 million
Matrix cleaning functionYes
Crop factor1.5
The physical size of the matrixAPS-C (23.6 x 15.6 mm)
Matrix typeCMOS
The number of megapixels matrix16.9 million
Maximum resolution4928 x 3264
Sensitivity100 – 6400 ISO, Auto ISO
Extended ISO ValuesISO12800, ISO25600

Viewfinder & LCD Screen

Viewfinder Field of Viewone hundred%
Second screenYes
LCD screen921600 dots, 3 inches
Using the screen as a viewfinderYes
Viewfinder TypeMirror (TTL)


Manual shutter speed and aperture settingsYes
Best Deals Online Nikon D71000

Light Control

Exposure compensation+/- 5 EV in 1/3 steps
Automatic exposure processingshutter priority, aperture priority
Metering3D color matrix, center-weighted, dot

White Balance

White balanceautomatic, manual installation, from the list, bracketing


Flashbuilt-in, up to 12 m, red-eye reduction, shoe, sync contact, bracketing, i-TTL


Image Stabilizer (photography)missing

Video & Sound Recording

Video recording time20 minutes
Max. video frame rate30 fps
Max. video resolution1920×1080
Video recordingYes
Sound recordingYes
Maximum frame rate when shooting HD video25/30 frames / s at a resolution of 1280×720, 24 frames / s at a resolution of 1920×1080
Video codecsAVC / H.264, MPEG4
Video recording formatAVCHD, MOV

Interface And Memory

Memory card typeSD, SDHC, SDXC
Image formatsJPEG (3 levels compressed), RAW
InterfacesUSB 2.0, video, HD video, HDMI, audio, remote control connector

Speed ​​And Shooting Modes

Shooting speed6 fps
Frame Format (Still Image)3: 2
Video & Sound Recording


Battery packMB-D11
Power connectorthere is
Battery capacity1,050 photos
Number of batteriesone


Weight (without batteries)690 g, without batteries; 780 g, with batteries, without lens
The size132x105x77 mm, without lens

Additional Information

Body materialmetal / plastic
Camera typemirror
Sales Start Date2010-10-01
Announcement Date2010-09-15
Additional featurestripod mount, remote control, orientation sensor, computer control

Key specs compared to the Nikon D7000

In the table below you can see how the major specifications of the D7100 compare against the D7000.

 IndexNikon D7100Nikon D7000
Sensor resolution (type)24MP CMOS (no OLPF)16MP CMOS
Autofocus System51-points with 15 cross-type39 points with 9 cross-type
ISO sensitivity range100-6400 (H1 and H2 expansion up to 25,600 equiv)
Display size / resolutionFixed 3.2″, 1.2m-dot LCDFixed 3″, 920k-dot LCD
Maximum framerate (DX mode)6 fps
Movie Mode1080 60i/30p1080/24p
Battery life (CIPA)920 shots1050 shots
Dimensions136 x 107 x 76 mm
(5.3 x 4.2 x 3.0 in)
132 x 103 x 77 mm
(5.2 x 4.1 x 3.0in)
Weight (with battery)765 g (1 lb, 11 oz)780 g (1 lb, 11.5 oz)


  • excellent image quality even at high ISO;
  • excellent autofocus;
  • operational management;
  • the ability to work with two memory cards at the same time;
  • extremely small shutter lag;
  • extremely short viewfinder dimming time;
  • large and bright viewfinder;
  • Full HD video shooting with contrast autofocus.


  • a relatively low rate of fire for a modern semi-professional DSLR;
  • low buffer volume
  • inconveniently located buttons ISO and white balance;
  • hidden in the menu setting auto-ISO;
  • lack of lock of a wheel of a choice of a mode of shooting.
Share via
Copy link