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Camera House : Better Pictures 6
Gone are the days where DSLRs only gave you the option of start and stop when recording video! The Nikon D7000 offers full manual control, Autofocus during recording and also the unique function of in camera editing. It also boasts 1920x1080 recording at 24 frames per second, making this model a serious contender for anyone looking to get creative with video recording. Whilst recording you can do things like lock exposure by pressing the AE-L button, exposure compensation of up to +/- 3 EV, adjust the sensitivity of the microphone, choose the video quality and resolution and even choose one of the two memory cards in which you want to record to. If the D7000 has got you excited with the endless possibilities in video recording, come into your local Camera House store to have a look at this exclusive D7000 Movie Kit with 18-105mm VR Lens, ME-1 Microphone, ENEL-15 Battery, MBD11 Battery Grip and Hand Grip. 16.2 MEGAPIXEL • ISO 100-6400 • FULL 1080P HD MOVIE RECORDING • DX FORMAT • NEW CMOS SENSOR • 3” LCD SCREEN D7000 Movie Kit RAW BEAUTY We show you why the Nikon D7000 is the DSLR of choice when shooting video. 13 FOTO (133 686) www.camerahouse.com.au Image by: Mim Kempson - Valentine’s Camera House R
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