Nikon D7000 In Stock at B&H

Just got an alert from folks at B&H – the super popular Nikon D7000 is back in stock in limited quantities! I know many of readers have been asking about it – the Nikon D7000 has been out of stock everywhere for the past 6+ months.

Nikon D7000

Here is the link to the D7000 page at B&H Photo Video:

The Nikon D7000 is the best DX camera from Nikon at the moment. If you have not had a chance to see my review, check it out – Nikon D7000 Review.

  • Larry L

    Hey Nasim,

    Do you know if I should wait for D8000 since D7000 was introduced a few years back.


    • Nasim Mansurov

      Larry, Nikon D7000 is relatively new. I do not expect a Nikon D7100 this year, maybe we will see something similar next year. The Nikon D400 should come out later this year, but it will be at a different price point…

  • Muddasir Javed

    This is an absolutely stunning device. I am glad I pulled the trigger on one back in Nov 11′. At that time only two local dealers had it one piece in stock in the entire of Houston. Can you believe that, 5th largest city in the states and only two available.

  • Maria

    Hi Nasim,

    Thank you for sharing your experience. I found your article very useful especially for a new photographers like me.

    I have a Nikon D5000 and I am thinking to upgrade my camera to D7000. My current savings is about $1000 plus another a few hundreds I am getting from selling my D5000. I need advise if I should buy a new camera body or should I get better lenses. So far I have kit lenses 18-55 and 55-200 and I bought nikon 35mm f/1.8. Most of my pictures are taken at the gym at low light and at the obstacle course race run or training outside. Would you suggest to replace my current camera body or should I buy a better lenses (which one) or should I save more money and get more expensive D700 or should I keep my D5000 and get 70-200 f/2.8?


  • Brandon

    I was able to grab one of these yesterday.

  • endri

    Hi Nasim,

    I have this problem with my nikon d7000, i sent it 3 times in nikon service for the oil spots on sensor and each time they turned it back to me saying that it was dust in sensor and they cleaned it, but after 50 shoots the black dots appears agains in the frame. Is that normal that this happen to me even without changing my lens?!


  • Mark

    After deciding to get the camera a long time ago I finally got the money together from savings and from my 40th 2 weeks ago. I was like a kid at Xmas before my birthday looking for stock. Finally tracked one down from reputable Nikon dealer on Friday, I also managed to get a 50 mm 1.8g nikon lens. All I can say is wow, I love it. Iv went from a d70 to this and there is a learning curve as it is less forgiving with camera shake. But the images are stunning . I love this camera and my nas has been cured ( for now).

    I can’t speak highly enough about this camera, it is worth every penny and will be a good training camera for anyone wanting to eventually move onto the d800. As the whole back focusing can of worms is about to open up with its release and people not being able to tame it lol. :-)

    Ta Mark

  • Siddharth

    Finally after a LONG wait I got mine yesterday! :D

  • Siddharth

    Hi Nasim,

    My new d7000 shows the number of shots remaining at the top LCD screen even when it is turned off. Is this normal? :s

  • Kip

    I’ve had the D7K since June 2011. You will probably need to calibrate focus for each lens with the camera–this is relatively simple and takes about 5 min. The best advice I can offer is buy the best lenses you can afford, anything less will not do the body justice. It’ll just make you nuts and you’ll never get the kind of results Nasim does. I get unbelievable sharpness with the 40mm macro, so sharp it’s difficult to tell the raw image from the sharpened image.

  • Andre

    Hi Nasim,

    Finally i have my D7000 + Tamron 18-200. I need your advice, what lens i must have ??