Canon 7D or Nikon D7000


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Username: Tommykim

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Registered: Dec-11
I want to buy a DSLR for travel, now trying to decide between the Canon 7D and Nikon D7000, I want good high ISO performance, which one is better?

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Username: Tommykim

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Canon EOS 7D
18-Megapixel APS-C Canon CMOS Sensor
Dual "DIGIC 4" Digital Image Processor
8 Frames per Second of 14-bit Images
19-point all cross-type AF System
iFCL Metering with 63-Zone Dual-Layer Metering Senor
Best-of-the-Class Viewfinder, Super Fluid Body Design and Shutter Sound
3-inch 920,000-dot Clear View II LCD Monitor
Live View Mode
EOS Full HD Movie Shooting
Integrated Speedlite Transmitter and Dual-Axis Electronic Level
Customization and Enhanced Camera Control
Reliable and Rough Camera Body

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Username: Tommykim

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Registered: Dec-11
Nikon D7000
16.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor
High Speed 6 frames per second continuous shooting up to 100 shots
Ground-breaking 2,016-pixel RGB (3D Color Matrix) sensor
EXPEED 2 image processing and 14-bit A/D Conversion
Large Bright Glass Pentaprism Optical Viewfinder
Twin SD Card Slots
Built-in Speedlight flash with i-TTL
Optional MB-D11 multi-power pack
Two User Definable Settings (U1, U2) right on the Mode Selector Dial
Picture Control
Virtual Horizon Graphic Indicator
Breathtaking Full 1080p HD Movies with Full Time Autofocus
Dynamic ISO range from 100 to 6400
Customizable 39 point AF System
Compact but durable with magnesium-alloy top and rear covers, superior weather and dust seals
3 Inch, 921,000-dot Super-Density LCD Monitor
Fast Start-Up time of 0.13 sec and Short 50ms Shutter Lag
Compact EN-EL15 Battery
Built-in HDMI Connection
Active D-Lighting
Versatile Scene Modes

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Username: Tommykim

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any suggestions?

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Username: Tommykim

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Registered: Dec-11
how about Pentax K7 ?
14.6 Megapixels
3" High Resolution LCD
HD Video Recording
3.5mm Stereo Input
100% Viewfinder Coverage
Advanced Shake Reduction System
Dust Reduction System
11-point AF System
Compatible with All Pentax Lenses
High Sensitivity (ISO 6400)
Electronic level function
Lens Correction function
Mirror Lock-up
Weather, dust and cold resistant

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Username: Project6

Post Number: 16005
Registered: Dec-03
You are suffering from information overload. Truth of the matter is, all those cameras are perfectly well suited for the average user. How well versed are you in taking photos? How do you know which ISO performance will be acceptable? All you have presented there are numbers. In reality these numbers will not amount to much if you do not know how to use the camera.

They ALL WORK WELL! Pick one and go with it.

All you need to worry about is how to protect your camera from being stolen from wherever it is you are going to travel.

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Username: Kabilan

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Registered: Mar-12
Nikon is best as far as from my experience.

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Username: Project6

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Registered: Dec-03
How much experience have you had with Canon? Or any camera platform for that matter?
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