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The '''Nikon D7000''' is an enthusiast-level DX camera which was manufactured by [[Nikon]] from 2010-2013, when it was replaced with the [[Nikon D7100|D7100]]. It used the 16.2 megapixed APS-C [[Sony]] sensor that would later appear in the [[Sony A55]], [[Pentax K-5]], and [[Pentax K-30]].
 
The '''Nikon D7000''' is an enthusiast-level DX camera which was manufactured by [[Nikon]] from 2010-2013, when it was replaced with the [[Nikon D7100|D7100]]. It used the 16.2 megapixed APS-C [[Sony]] sensor that would later appear in the [[Sony A55]], [[Pentax K-5]], and [[Pentax K-30]].
  
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The Nikon D7000 is an enthusiast-level DX camera which was manufactured by Nikon from 2010-2013, when it was replaced with the D7100. It used the 16.2 megapixed APS-C Sony sensor that would later appear in the Sony A55, Pentax K-5, and Pentax K-30.