20 Most Recent Nikon D7000 Digital Camera Questions & Answers

Go to Nikon website and load up the Nikon Camera Control Pro2 software. Then connect camera with the USB Cable from camera to computer. Turn on camera. Wait or click on Nikon Camera Control Pro2's Icon.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Apr 03, 2021

the D7000 used the Nikon F- mount if the tele-converter has a F-mount you can use it I have a D7000 myself.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Oct 03, 2019

Follow this link for a free manual from the Nikon USA website: Download Center

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Jul 10, 2019

If lens continues to work in your D90, then the issue is with your D7000 camera. U might want to contact Nikon to see if there is some sort of reset available for the electronics. Also make sure that lens contacts are clean and free of dirt, etc.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Aug 24, 2017

I would not use PTP. Too many things can go wrong. Just about all professionals download directly from the SD memory card. Follow the following steps. They are very similar for both Mac and PC. 1) With the power turned off, remove the SD flash memory card from your camera. 2) If your computer has an SD card slot, insert the SD card in the slot. If it does not, there are many USB cable input card readers for under $20. Connect the external card reader to a USB receptacle on your computer. In either case, the computer will use "Plug-n-play" to connect your SD card. 3) Double click either the device or folder on your desktop. The pictures are almost always inside a subfolder. When you open that folder, you will see your photos. 4) Depending on what you want to do with your photos at this point, you may want to move the downloaded pictures to another location or software such as Lightroom or Photoshop. 5) CAUTION! If you want to erase your SD card, DO NOT DO IT VIA THE COMPUTER. Your computer's formatting may not be compatible with your camera's format algorithm. Remove the SD card from the computer or reader and insert it in the camera. Follow the instructions on page 168 of the D5200 manual to reformat the SD card.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Jan 03, 2017

When you shoot in manual mode, make sure your camera sensor gets enough light. When you shoot inside with dimm light at 1/1000 of a second or faster and a aperture of 8. all pictures will be black. The best way to learn shooting in manual, is to shoot a picture in the P mode and put the picture on the screen (>) button. then select the info, where you see time, aperture iso and so on. and even better select the histogram. Note the figures in your head (or on paper) and then goto manual and make sure you have almost the same settings. Then shoot en look what the histogram shows. No histogram on the right, means to little light, so lower the shutter speed, open the diaphragm or increase the ISO. No histogram on the left, means to much light, so higher shutter speed, lower ISO or smaler diaphragm (the aperture number must be up. 3,6 is wide open 16 is almost closed.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Mar 15, 2015

1) Insert the memory card you wish to format into the Nikon D700's body using the memory card slot on its' right side. Make sure the power is off before you insert the card and that you place the card in correctly. The D700 will only accept CF cards, so make sure you have this type available. 2) Turn the camera on with the power switch. Only do this after you have inserted the memory card and closed the memory card slot. 3) Press and hold both the Trash and MODE buttons down for about 2 seconds. Together, these are known as the 'Format' button. The Trash button is located on the back face of the D700 body next to the Preview button, and the MODE button is located on the top of the D700 body next to the shutter button and power switch. If done correctly, the letters 'For' should appear blinking in the shutter-speed sections of both the view finder and control panel. 4) Press and hold both the Trash and MODE buttons again to format the memory card. This will delete all photographs on your memory card and format it. Do not turn off the camera or remove the memory card while the card is being formatted. If you do not want to format the memory card, simply do not press the Trash and MODE buttons the second time and wait for the blinking 'For' to disappear, which it will do after about 6 seconds. 5) Wait until the blinking 'For' disappears. The display will now show the full amount of photographs that can now be taken on the formatted card. 6) Alternatively, you can also format your memory card from the Setup Menu in the D700 LCD menus. You can access this by pressing the MENU button on the back of the D700 body, selecting the Setup Menu and pressing Format Memory Card, OK. This will format your memory card immediately.

on Jan 11, 2015 • Nikon D7000 Digital Camera


If you see r28 in the top lcd screen, it is not an error, it indicates the remaining shots in your buffer.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Nov 25, 2014

I had a similar problem with my D-90 when I attempted to down load several video clips from the SD card in a card reader. Don't know why this happens but I was able to get the long clip by manually copying it from the SD card to a folder on my computer. I then manually deleted the video file from my SD card. Until I read your problem, I could not figure out why that particular file would not download like the rest of them did. The other clips were 19 minutes but the long one was 22 minutes. It appears the limit for auto downloads may be 20 minutes. I have another camera that breaks long videos into 19-minute clips and I suspect the reason 19 minutes is the length is because of this aspect of Windows.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Nov 08, 2014

When your camera dropped, an electronic circuit probably shorted out. Because of the short circuit, current is being drained from your battery all the time. You need to send your camera in for repair. Call 1-800-NIKON-US (1-800-645-6687) 9AM-8PM EST, Monday to Friday and they will help you return your camera for an estimate and repair.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Oct 02, 2014

You could try to do a full reset of the camera from the menu, but I don't think that will work. Since your camera is less than a year old, it is still under Nikon's warranty. Call 1-800-NIKON-US (1-800-645-6687) 9AM-8PM EST, Monday to Friday. They can advise you and provide warranty service if necessary.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Oct 02, 2014

Do you mean the BM-11, or really the glass, covering the monitor? because the last is not possible. To see how to replace a complete monitor, visit ifixit.com, because they do these kind of repairs. They show the pictures or even video. The BM-11, if you don't have a battery grip (if you have, first remove the grip) then from the under side with a finger nail, click it forward, under the word Nikon on the BM-11.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Sep 06, 2014

Please, please, read your book or call Nikon you are confusing us

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Aug 09, 2014

You cofused us all

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Aug 09, 2014

Please put your battery in camera then turn it on.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Aug 09, 2014

Please call Nikon it sounds like your sensor is going bad they can fix it free depends how old your warranty is

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Aug 06, 2014

Give it to Nikon on Wilshire they will fix it for free if your camera is a year old if older they will tell how much it will cost befre they fix it. nice people.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Jul 29, 2014

If the rest of the camera gets power, then the usual cause is impact that breaks the LCD glass where it connects to the flexible circuit. As Nikon has stopped selling parts this is going to have to go to Nikon.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Jul 17, 2014

Are you getting an ERR in the control panel? If so, it's an indication that the camera has malfunctioned. Here's what my D-90 manual says to do. It may work for your D-7000.

Nikon D7000... • Answered on Jul 01, 2014

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