While working on the Nikon D7000 review, I put together this little video of some high ISO clips at a local aquarium. I believe all of these clips were at either ISO 3200 or ISO 6400.
As you’ll learn in the coming review, the D7000 is a little more cumbersome than its Canon counterparts for video work due to the funky aperture controls; however, it still fares quite well in the final output video. For now, check out the video below.
As you can hear, there’s no audio from the camera because it generally sucks like any other HDSLR audio. Additionally, the music sounds better than the rather dull sounds you find in the aquarium. I’ll have the full Nikon D7000 review up soon. Stay tuned.