Hi, I'm new here, nice to meet you all o/
I've had Nikon D7000 for 4 weeks now. I've previously owned a D60 and D80 (which I still have). Nikon D7000 is such a great camera and the high ISO performance is amazing. I constantly use ISO 4000, even 6400 indoors. I have one problem with the camera though, and I would like to know if anyone else has experienced it. I tried to find similar topics via Google but my quest wasn't successful.
The photos look green (strong yellowish green tint) on the camera's screen although they would look just fine on a computer screen (I have iMac + Snow Leopard + Lightroom 3 with newest updates). The situation is the same for both indoor and outdoor photos. The greenish tint on camera screen makes it very difficult to evaluate the photos in camera.
When the photos are imported into Lightroom, and until the software loads them properly, a similar greenish version of the photos are shown in Lightroom view too. The photos look okay after LR has loaded them up. As far as I know I shouldn't have any automated image processes on in Lightroom.
I shoot RAW images in Adobe RGB 14-bit mode. sRGB or 12-bit mode do not make the image look better on camera's screen.
Is there something wrong with my D7000 or is this normal? And if this is normal, can I fix it in some way. It's freaking annoying!
Another smaller problem is that D7000 seems to have slightly poorer auto white balance when compared to D80. :/
// edit: I have not installed the D7000 firmware update yet because the release notes didn't mention any improvements on the screen performance or WB.