DxOMark tests the Nikon D7000

DxOMark released their test results of the Nikon D7000. The overall score of the D7000 is 80, which puts it on second place in the APS-C category after the Pentax K-5 with 82 scores:

From all measured sensors (full frame, medium format), the D7000 is currently ranked #10.

Pentax K-5 is $400 more expensive than the D7000.

FYI, scores from other cameras:

  • Nikon D300s: 70
  • Nikon D90: 73
  • Nikon D700: 80
  • Nikon D3x: 88
  • Nikon D3s: 82
  • Canon EOS 7D: 66
  • Sony Alpha 55: 73
  • Highest rated sensor: Phase One P65 with a score of 89.
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