Sunday, May 8, 2011
Nikon D7000 Test
Shot with Nikon 50mm 1.8, 18-200mm 3.5-5.6
1080p, 24fps, shutter @ 1/50
With latest firmware update, partly shot in shutter priority mode. So you can see the changing aperture when it compensates for light.
My conclusions thusfar:
-Great camera, when you are a Nikon photograhper you can choose whatever lens you have for video!
-You have to shoot everything in manual. You want to have your right shutterspeed according to your framerate, and as you can see in these video's you don't want a variable aperture during video
-AF-S is nice for still shots with fixed subject. AF-F still is searching alot, so for just walking arround stuff its not working that well, but at f/22 it will do the trick.
-Auto ISO i think is better, instead of other changing variables in Shutter priority when you decide not to go in manual mode