Top 22 Reasons for the Nikon D7000

Top 13 Reasons for the Canon EOS 650D

 
 
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Nikon D7000 vs Canon EOS 650D

Top 22 Reasons for the

Nikon D7000

Compared to Canon EOS 650D

172
Clearly larger sensor
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15.6 x 23.6 mm
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14.9 x 22.3 mm
10.80% larger sensor. The larger the sensor the more light the sensor captures yielding in better image quality.

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135
Considerably lower noise at high ISO
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1167 ISO
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722 ISO
1.62x lower noise at high ISO. The maximum ISO at which the device still captures excellent quality images. Source: DxOMark.

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134
Measurably more focus points
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39
vs
9
30 more focus points. The more focus points the more flexibility in picking which part of the scene to focus on. They also give the image sensor a better probability in identifying the right area of the scene to focus on in more automatic modes.

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119
Measurably faster shooting at highest resolution with AF as JPEG format
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6 fps
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5 fps
20% faster shooting at highest resolution with AF as JPEG format. Fast continuous shooting is useful for catching action shots.

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105
Significantly better image quality
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80
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62
18 better image quality. A device's overall image quality score considers: color depth, dynamic range and low light performance. Source: DxOMark.

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70
A lot better color depth
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23.5 bits
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21.7 bits
8.29% better color depth. The better a device's color depth the more color nuances it can distinguish. Source: DxOMark.

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70
Has WiFi
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Yes
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No
The device can connect to WiFi.

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69
Considerably longer battery life
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1050 shots
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440 shots
610 shots longer battery life. CIPA is an independent, standard measurement that determines how many shots a camera can take before the battery dies.

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59
Notably more battery power
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1900 mAh
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1120 mAh
1.70x more battery power

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59
Measurably faster maximum shutter speed
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0.000125 s
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0.00025 s
2x faster maximum shutter speed. A faster maximum shutter speed allows taking pictures of fast moving subjects without blur.

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57
Clearly wider dynamic range
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13.9 Evs
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11.2 Evs
24.11% wider dynamic range. The better the dynamic range the system captures a wider number of values from dark to light leading to more details in low and highlights. Source: DxOMark.

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55
Marginally less body volume
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1046 cm³
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1046.7 cm³
0.07% less body volume

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54
Has a microphone in
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Yes
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No
A microphone port allows connecting external high-end or specialized microphones.

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50
Marginally narrower
Comment
132 mm
vs
133.1 mm
1.10 mm narrower

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49
Has a built-in focus motor
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Yes
vs
No
The focus motor moves the lens in order to autofocus. With it built into the camera, you still have the function when using a lens without its own motor. This allows you to use a wider range of lenses.

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48
A tad thinner
Comment
77 mm
vs
78.8 mm
1.80 mm thinner

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45
Has GPS
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Yes
vs
No
GPS enables global positioning, useful in map, geo-tagging or navigation apps.

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44
Weather sealed
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Yes
vs
No
Device is protected with extra seals to prevent failures due to any kind of weather.

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42
Explicitly less startup delay
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0.13 s
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0.15 s
0.02 s less startup delay. It takes less time for the camera to turn on and take a first picture.

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36
Explicitly faster flash X-sync
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0.004 s
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0.005 s
25% faster flash X-sync. Flash synchronization is defined as the firing of a photographic flash coinciding with the shutter admitting light to the image sensor. In general, faster flash sync speeds are better if the photographer needs to flash-fill subjects that are backlit and wants to avoid motion blur, or wants to increase depth of field by using a high aperture.

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36
Lots more viewfinder coverage
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100 %
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95 %
5 % more viewfinder coverage. With 100% coverage you can compose the image correctly when you capture the photo. With less than full coverage you may have to crop your photos afterwards to get them looking perfect.

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Eric Anthony Frias
1
Double SD card slots
Comment
Yes
vs
No
Camera holds 2 Sd cards allowing for memory overflow, or backing up.

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Top 13 Reasons for the

Canon EOS 650D

Compared to Nikon D7000

221
Considerably more megapixels (photo)
Comment
18.5 MP
vs
16.9 MP
9.47% more megapixels (photo)

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121
Has a flip-out screen
Comment
Yes
vs
No
Flip-out screens are useful for doing tricky shots.

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101
Lighter
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575 g
vs
690 g
115 g lighter

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84
Better video recording quality
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1080 x 30 fps
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1080 x 24 fps
25% better video recording quality

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68
Has a stereo microphone
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Yes
vs
No
A stereo microphone allows to record audio files or movies in stereo without an external microphone.

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57
Substantially higher resolution
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1250x833 px
vs
1176x784 px
12.94% higher resolution

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56
Has a built-in HDR mode
Comment
Yes
vs
No
It can automatically shoot pictures with a higher dynamic range (HDR).

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53
Slightly shorter
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99.8 mm
vs
105 mm
5.20 mm shorter

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53
Notably higher resolution (screen)
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1040 k dots
vs
921 k dots
119 k dots higher resolution (screen). A higher screen resolution provides a sharper image, making it easier to review your photos.

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45
Appreciably less shutter lag
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0.131 s
vs
0.247 s
0.12 s less shutter lag. The amount of time it takes the camera to take a photo, without having to focus.

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45
Has a touch screen
Comment
Yes
vs
No
You can operate the device easily, by pressing the screen with your fingers.

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42
Has touch autofocus
Comment
Yes
vs
No
The autofocus is immediately set to the subject by just touching it on the touch screen.

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Paddy Uglow
1
Cheaper lenses on 650D
Comment
Yes
vs
No
A good micro 4/3 f2.8 zoom costs a fortune, and there are all sorts of compatibility problems too I think. For Canon there are many good lenses available, cheaper, second hand, and they'll just work.

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