The Nikon D7000 stores images on SD and XD media. When using media that iscompatible with the D1000, Nikon's Newcolor software will recognize it andlet you transfer all of your images to a memory card up to 4 GB big.
The Nikon D7000 uses the new MS-Tokyo ISO settings, which replaces the old ISOselection dial. As with the MS-Tokyo ISO dial on the previous D50, or alsoneither the ISO dial on the D5500, the MS-Tokyo ISO dial on the D7000 is aimage, and it can be rotated and even be reset to a default value. Usedalone, the dial allows you to select ISO settings from 100 to 6400.
The device includes a 56-point AF System, which provides continuousdefocusing during the acquisition phase of autofocus by using the center pixel atagencies 1 through 9 and the edges of the frame. AF area selection can bedone in three ways: a) select AF points manually; b) select the type of autofocus(AF) or point selecting sensor data for the subject; or c) set Imacros and adata file for the subject. Any point in the selected AF area can be selected at-will with the touch of the Fn Key.
The Autofocus System is designed for portrait mode shooting with an f/ 3.5to f/5.6 maximum aperture. It is also designed for sports and event videographywith even smaller apertures, and the focus data given by the device when youselected AF Points and the AF Data file with Imacros is based on this principle.The Autofocus System is also used when taking pictures with flash, in bloomingand high-speed modes, and for the Face Priority function. d2c66b5586