(User’s Manual – Page 57)
The Movie mode in the D7000 is one of the best video recording systems Nikon has put in a DSLR. It has automatic or manual focus, 1080p HD recording, stereo sound, 20-minute recording segments, and excellent rolling shutter correction.
Another nice feature is the new manual mode control for serious video mavens. With this camera, you can control both shutter and aperture in the Manual movie settings mode found under Shooting Menu > Movie settings. This mode gives you greater control of actual camera body settings during a video recording session.
If you want to buy all the cool attachments, like stabilization frames, bigger external video monitors, and an external stereo mic, this camera has the ports and controls ...