Your Best D7000 Photos

Marcel

Happily retired
Staff member
Just to prove that the D7000 is still a very wise choice for those who can't afford the 7100 or a FX camera. The camera is only one part of the IQ equation.

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RON_RIP

Senior Member
Well said, Marcel. I think the D7000 is quite underrated. The D7100 has stolen som of it's thunder, but it is a darn fine body with many great features.
 

kamaccord

Senior Member
What lense are you using for your buildings and some of the other photos you've posted in this topic

My favorite lens for city-scapes and buildings is the Sigma 17-50mm f2.8. The Sigma lens is extremely sharp and puts the 18-105 kit lens to shame. I highly recommend the Sigma 17-50mm f2.8.
 

Allskate03

New member
I have the sigma 10-20 4-5.6. But also have the nikor 35mm and the kit lens. Would the 17-50 be worth it with the lenses I already have or even going with the sigma 17-70
 
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dukatum

Senior Member
Below are some shots taken while travelling around Nepal.
The first shot is of Prayer Wheels, which they spin for good fortune.
Click to enlarge.



 
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