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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Fri 07-Jan-11 01:16 AM
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"D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
Sun 06-Feb-11 10:29 PM by dm1dave

Cave Creek, US
          

Last year I adapted a spreadsheet created by Nikonian Scott Winders (and which was inspired by Don McVey) to record the settings for my D300s.

I recently got hold of my D7000 and have completely re-writtten the spreadsheet for the D7000. It is still very much a work in progress, but I am happy to share it with other Nikonian D7000 shooters.

It is a zipped interactive Excel Worksheet (.xls) with a number of tabs that allow the user to set-up and record settings for any of 4 preferred shooting situations, as well as recording the Camera's Defaults and reference links to explanatory pages in the D7000 Users Manual.

Although I believe it is fairly intuitive (at least to me!), it is also quite complicated - as is the D7000 itself - so I would suggest you first click on the "Introduction" tab, which explains how it all works.

If you have any suggestions as to how this can be improved, and/or find any errors, please email them to me on the link which can be found on the "Introduction" tab in the spreadsheet.

I hope this is helpful, but please be aware that any of the "opening settings" in the 4 "banks" in the various tabs of the worksheet are for illustrative purposes only and in no way constitute a recommendation or suggestion as to how you should set up your D7000 - only you can determine the best/preferred settings for your individual shooting situations.

Please click the link below to download the file >>

Verison 2.2.2 (Jan 31, 2011)
http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/187242.zip


Verison 2.2.2 (Jan 31, 2011)
for Apple's iWork - Numbers
http://www.nikonians.org/dcfp/user_files/187243.zip


Enjoy!

Chris

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briantilley Moderator Deep knowledge of bodies and lens; high level photography skills Nikonian since 26th Jan 2003Fri 07-Jan-11 08:28 AM
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#1. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2a"
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Paignton, GB
          

Many thanks, Chris. This should be very popular!

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vladman Registered since 25th Jun 2009Fri 07-Jan-11 10:12 AM
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#2. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2a"
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That looks really useful, I'm going to have a good play with this! Many thanks for your effort in creating and sharing this.

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Awesome thank you very much
Im sure lots of us noobs will study it with interest

  

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#4. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2a"
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>
>I recently got hold of my D7000 and have completely
>re-writtten the spreadsheet for the D7000. It is still very
>much a work in progress, but I am happy to share it with other
>Nikonian D7000 shooters.
>

Looks like a lot of work went into this spreadsheet. Thanks very much for sharing.

  

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#5. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2a"
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Estoril, PT
          

Great work, a whole lot better than I'd have done by myself. Thanks for making this available.

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#6. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2b"
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Calgary, CA
          

Chris thanks o much for proving this valuable tool! Unfortunately, your 4 favourite situations are not covered by mine.
Has anyone “discovered” (accidently or through much experimentation) what they deem to be an “optimal” low light configuration?
I am an amateur wildlife shooter and as a result I end up on the end of day light spectrum and would appreciate what others have found to "work" for them.
Thanks in advance for any replies.
(in order to not affect this thread, a private email would be greatly appreciated.

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#7. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2b"
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Seattle, WA, US
          

Check out the wildlife forum. The folks there should be able to get you suggestions that will give you a starting point for experimenting to see what works best for you.

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sun 09-Jan-11 11:01 PM
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#9. "D7000 Settings Configuration Spreadsheet"
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Sun 09-Jan-11 11:05 PM by chroaz

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Hi there, Larrycurleymoe - you can change the 4 "banks" to include whatever settings you think are appropriate to your shooting situation. So if "Wildlife" is what you want to record settings for, just click on heading for a shooting situation you don't need (say "Wedding Photography") to bring up the pick-list to the right of the cell, and then select "User Defined". That will change the heading to "User Defined" and you can select whatever settings you would like in the cells below that you think appropriate for your "Wildlife" shoots. You will just have to make a note that in this case (your case) "User Defined" = "Wildlife". You can do this for all the headings if you like.

A future version of this spreadsheet tool will allow you to enter the text of your choice in the "User Defined" headings cell.

Enjoy,

Chris

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sun 09-Jan-11 06:49 PM
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#8. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2b"
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Mon 10-Jan-11 12:07 AM by dm1dave

Cave Creek, US
          

A fellow Nikonian pointed out an error in the Picture Controls pick-lists, which I have now corrected, along with making a few other corrections and adjustments.

This new Version 2.2 is available by clicking the link below (perhaps Dave or one of the Moderators could adjust the link to point to the Nikonian servers - thanks!).

Version 2.2 is link has been moved to original post.

If anyone finds any other issues or has any suggestions please send them to me as I shall be updating this from time to time.

Chris

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#10. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2b"
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As a happy D7000-owner who's still learning to love this camera, I'd like to say thanks very much for this information. You get a gold star for your efforts and generosity!

  

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#11. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Novi, US
          

I'm on a free trial to the Nikonians, but after reviewing this spreadsheet I've decided to upgrade to a paid membership. This is excellent work. Thank you so much.

Mike

  

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#12. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Hi Mike - Welcome to the Nikonians! You'll find it a terrific resource ... by the way there will be an updated version of the spreadsheet soon, correcting some of the typos and expanding some functionality.

Enjoy!

Chris

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#14. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thanks, Chris. I'll keep an eye out. I assume it will be posted on this thread.

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#13. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Great Stuff !!!

Thank you...

I have a friend at work...is there anything similar for a D90 that you know of?


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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sun 23-Jan-11 03:39 PM
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#15. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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DC / Mike - Yes, any updates will be posted here and pinned at the top of this thread.

I don't know of anything for the D90 - but the D300 and D300S, yes!

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#16. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thanks Chris, I just bought a D7000 and this will really help. Do you have one for he D700?

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sun 23-Jan-11 08:13 PM
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#17. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

No, sorry Bill, I never got around to doing one for my D700 before I sold it.

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#18. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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I opened the worksheet in Open Office Calc v3.1.1 running on Windows 7. The dropdown menus on the yellow cells all contain a single item "0", rather than the list of other choices for the given parameter (see screenshot). I wonder if anyone else has experienced this, and can suggest a workaround.


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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Mon 24-Jan-11 05:55 PM
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#19. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Pwarbeck - Sorry can't help you with this one. It runs fine in Excel on Windows and Mac OSX, and in NeoOffice for Mac.

I am working on a Mac Numbers version as well, which is nearly completed, but have no experience with Open Office Calc, as it was really designed for Excel.

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#20. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Aha! I upgraded to the latest Open Office (3.2.1) and the menus are working.

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#21. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Great - glad it worked out!

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#22. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Anchorage, US
          

I feel like a dummy, but all I can open is the instructions and an explanation of the spread sheet. I'm sure I'm missing something simple, but can someone help me out.

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mdallie Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Jan 2011Sun 30-Jan-11 10:39 PM
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#23. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Novi, US
          

The instructions are on the first tab. On the bottom you will see the other tabs. Go to them for the settings.

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#24. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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There are no other tabs that I can see. I must be missing something. Can you be more specific. By the way I'm using Windows XP.

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#25. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Excel has worksheets. They are like pages in a workbook. Usually at the bottom (I'm using the newest version, so I guess it is possible they are at the top of the worksheet rather than at the bottom in your version), there are tabs with names you can click to move from worksheet to worksheet.

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#26. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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John - attached is a screen grab of what the spreadsheet looks like when opened on your computer (Intro page/part) - note the tabs along the bottom "Introduction", "Pre-Shoot set-up", "Setup menu" etc. These are the tabs you use to select the different worksheets. Hope this is clear for you.

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#27. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Now I have it! I opened a regular blank spreadsheet on my computer, and had all the tabs, and ability to scroll right. Then I realized all I had to do was resize this document to show the bottom toolbar which was hidden to me when I opened the settings spreadsheet. I knew I would feel dumb once I figured it out.

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#28. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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A new version of the D7000 Settings and Configuration spreadsheet for Excel has now been posted (v.2.2.2) which will run on Mac and Windows systems. A second version created on and for Apple's iWork - Numbers '09 for Mac has also been posted. This file will actually open when unzipped as showing v.1.0N. Both files were posted to the OP on 1/31/11. Mac users please note that Numbers for iPad is not yet able to run this file with all its functionality.

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#29. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Novi, US
          

Thanks, Chris!!!

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#30. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Attachment #1 is missing! I get HTTP 404 or a Nikonians error message saying it may heve been moved. Perhaps when the Apple one was posted something happened???

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#31. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Will try to fix the link - but you can also download it from here:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12844510/D7000_Settings_Excel_v2.2.2_gen.xls.zip

Cheers!

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#32. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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The links in the OP have been fixed.

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#33. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thanks, Dave!

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#34. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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That was an awesome post, and thanks for all the work you put into it.

I like it so much, I attempted to print it.

Note to self and to others: do NOT try to print the spreadsheet! My printer printed out about 700 pages before stopping, even after I cancelled the job on my PC.

I should have known better, and I know it's my fault, but it's a major PIA.

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#35. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Ooops, Texaz! Actually you can print it quite easily if you would like to. Just set up the print area you want on each worksheet and it will print out only what you select. Also you could save a page as a .pdf and print that way too, or even via a "screen grab" - lots of different ways. But 700 pages....wow, I don't think that would be good!!

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Thanks, croaz!

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Thank You!!!!

  

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Excellent! Nice work!
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#39. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thanks so much, Chris. I am hoping to get my D7000 on Wednesday. I am anxious and overwhelmed. So much to check out and learn. So much fun. Your spreadsheet will be a great place to start.

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#40. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Congratulations and enjoy your D7K - learning is half (or more of) the fun!

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Awesome ! Very useful !

Thank you very much for that

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thanks! this is really cool!! I had something similar handwritten in a notebook, but what I like about this one is that I can make changes of my own. Thanks again for sharing

  

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#43. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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I'm just a little confused what this spread sheet is for....

Is this spread sheet a list of suggested settings to get good pictures from the D7000...or is a spreadsheet to help you rememeber the changes you made to your camera?

I see blanks, and I see settings...so I'm a little confused. Feedback appreciated.

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#44. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Rick - the spreadsheet was put together as a means to record YOUR settings from the myriad of configurable settings available on the D7000 - and notably Pre-Shoot Set-Up, Shooting Menu, and Custom Menu choices. It is an interactive tool that allows you to select from the options available in the camera, using the Nikon menu structure/choices. In other words it makes your life simpler to record the settings you use.

I have also provided for 4 configurable "Banks" (as per other Nikon DSLR's - 300S for example), where you can set up for 4 different shooting scenarios, 2 of which can be stored in the U1 and U2 positions. You can name these whatever you want, to set up them up for the shooting situations you encounter most. The headings I used are just suggestions.

I also referenced each setting to its corresponding explanation in the User Manual.

So, in answer to your question - it is an interactive "Aide Memoire" to facilitate you recording the settings you like to use for your given shooting situations - easily, and conveniently. In your words ".. to help you remember the changes you made ..".

The provided spreadsheets (Excel and Numbers) are NOT suggestions for settings (although they have been initially set at settings that may seem logical for some) - everyone will have their own preferences - they merely provide a convenient way to record your settings and find further information on those settings from the User Manual. They are not a "How to", however.

Hope this helps.

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#45. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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>Rick - the spreadsheet was put together as a means to record
>YOUR settings from the myriad of configurable settings
>available on the D7000 - and notably Pre-Shoot Set-Up,
>Shooting Menu, and Custom Menu choices. It is an interactive
>tool that allows you to select from the options available in
>the camera, using the Nikon menu structure/choices. In other
>words it makes your life simpler to record the settings you
>use.
>
>I have also provided for 4 configurable "Banks" (as
>per other Nikon DSLR's - 300S for example), where you can set
>up for 4 different shooting scenarios, 2 of which can be
>stored in the U1 and U2 positions. You can name these whatever
>you want, to set up them up for the shooting situations you
>encounter most. The headings I used are just suggestions.
>
>I also referenced each setting to its corresponding
>explanation in the User Manual.
>
>So, in answer to your question - it is an interactive
>"Aide Memoire" to facilitate you recording the
>settings you like to use for your given shooting situations -
>easily, and conveniently. In your words ".. to help you
>remember the changes you made ..".
>
>The provided spreadsheets (Excel and Numbers) are NOT
>suggestions for settings (although they have been initially
>set at settings that may seem logical for some) - everyone
>will have their own preferences - they merely provide a
>convenient way to record your settings and find further
>information on those settings from the User Manual. They are
>not a "How to", however.
>
>Hope this helps.
>
>Chris

Thanks so much - this helps a ton! Do you know of any resources online that you have seen that would help me find a starting point on settings for my D7000. I take mostly snapshots of photos of my family around the house, going on walks, etc....I have found there are so many options on how to set the camera that I have become lost on how to find the the best combo. I know this is subjective, but I'm curious if there are some pretty standard agreements out there on some of the settings. (I know Ken Rockwell suggest setting the picture controls a certain way, but I have read that many people don't agree with his choice of settings.

I have become a little discouraged because almost everyone says to shot Raw for everything - and so I do...but there is so much work to get the photo adjusted (from trying to get all the different settings correct on the camera, and then spend all sorts of time adjusting in raw to get the picture to look just as "good" as my old jpegs used to look before I can then try to get them to be better then those.....so I feel like there has to be a pretty good set of standard settings so I can just pick up the camera and shot when friends are over, or I'm out with my family, without having to spend so long just to get the camera and post production correct to get one picture....

I've read so much "stuff" online that I have probably read to much...if that makes sense.

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#46. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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A couple of places to start:

Mike Hagen at Out There Images has a suggested set-up guide for the D7000 which you can download from his website www.outthereimages.com - click on the Publishing tab and scroll down to find the Guide.

Also Thom Hogan is a terrific resource on just about everything you'll need. His website www.bythom.com will answer many of your questions and he has a new book just out for the D7000 which will be a very valuable resource for you. I just got it, and its very complete.

You can shoot very fine JPEG's with a D7000 which will do for just about anything and be "instantly" shareable. If you are "into" post-processing - and sometimes, for some, this is an integral part of photography (just as the dark room was for film) - then you will want to shoot RAW. Of course you can do both, and remember every Nikon RAW file embeds a basic JPEG.

I either shoot RAW only or RAW+JPEG Normal, depending on the situation.

Enjoy your D7000 - it is a fantastic camera, but it does have a learning curve ... and that is half the fun!

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#47. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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>A couple of places to start:
>
>Mike Hagen at Out There Images has a suggested set-up guide
>for the D7000 which you can download from his website
>www.outthereimages.com - click on the Publishing tab and
>scroll down to find the Guide.
>
>Also Thom Hogan is a terrific resource on just about
>everything you'll need. His website www.bythom.com will answer
>many of your questions and he has a new book just out for the
>D7000 which will be a very valuable resource for you. I just
>got it, and its very complete.
>
>You can shoot very fine JPEG's with a D7000 which will do for
>just about anything and be "instantly" shareable. If
>you are "into" post-processing - and sometimes, for
>some, this is an integral part of photography (just as the
>dark room was for film) - then you will want to shoot RAW. Of
>course you can do both, and remember every Nikon RAW file
>embeds a basic JPEG.
>
>I either shoot RAW only or RAW+JPEG Normal, depending on the
>situation.
>
>Enjoy your D7000 - it is a fantastic camera, but it does have
>a learning curve ... and that is half the fun!
>
>Chris

Hey thanks! I'm actually trying to set up the setting for point and shoot now. I have a question though - it says to use program mode and then to turn the auto iso on..however when I try to do that - auso iso is grayed out..it wont let me...how can I get this to work??


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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Wed 23-Mar-11 07:58 PM
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#48. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Rick - ISO Sensitivity auto depends on the exposure mode you're using. In Program and, I think, Aperture Priority modes, ISO isn't changed until the exposure gets to the extremes of either end of the shutter speed range - normally 1/30 - 1/4000.

You can set ISO manually by pressing the ISO button on the back of the camera and rotating the Main Command Dial to the ISO you want (viewed on top LCD or rear screen when info activated).

You can set Auto ISO in the Shooting Menu >> ISO sensitivity settings >>Auto ISO sensitivity control ON (or OFF).

Also note that If the mode dial is rotated to P, S, A, or M after AUTO is selected for ISO sensitivity in another mode, the ISO sensitivity last selected in P, S, A, or M mode will be restored.

Hope this helps!

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#49. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Alberta, CA
          

The grayed out "Auto" setting is misleading. When in "P" you don't set Auto in the menu section where you normally set a numerical ISO value. Choose a numerical value like 400 for point and shooting.

Then once you set 400 you are returned to the "ISO sensitivity settings" screen. Lower down on this screen set "Auto ISO sensitivity control" to "On".

Set the next choice "Maximum sensitivity" to "1600".

And finally set the "Minimum shutter speed" to "1/320s".

This combination makes a decent point and shoot mode that will cause the camera to oscillate ISO from 400 to 1600, all the while maintaining wherever possible a decent 1/320 shutter speed.

The only time the other grayed out Auto choice you refer to is available is when you have the camera in full (green) auto mode.

One difference between P and full green auto is that while in P mode the flash will not pop up on it's own.

If I am not being clear feel free to ask!

The other thing is low ISO purists will set the numerical ISO to start at 100 rather than 400. But D7000 ISO 400 is so good that I wouldn't worry too much about setting 400 as your start point. The benefit of 400 is that the camera will be more inclined to give you an even faster shutter speed than 1/320 and give you more action stopping power.


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#51. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Harrisville, US
          

Hi,

I'd just like to add my thanks to Chris and the others who have posted on here. I've spent some time with the Spreadsheet and Mike Hagen's settings and did some test shots. I am extremely pleased with how this has simplified my life, helped me to understand my camera better, and most of all improved my photos!! There are so many settings on a D7K and I think at times I would inadvertently change one, not fully understanding the repercussions, or maybe change something and forget to ever change it back again. Mike Hagen offers a file with settings that can be loaded onto the D7K and I think it will be very helpful to be able to save the settings I've selected, then load them onto the camera routinely when I start shooting so that I'll be starting from the same place each time. So far, this is really helping me a lot!!!
Thanks so much for the information posted here!
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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Tue 05-Apr-11 06:00 PM
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#52. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Jill - so glad you found this useful!

If you do use Mike Hagen's (or others) settings file do remember to change the Copyright and Image Comment fields once you've uploaded it to the D7000K - otherwise all your photos will be marked with his name!!

Enjoy your D7000!

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#53. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Harrisville, US
          

Chris,

I already found that out...the hard way. After loading the settings I discovered that the first three letters of my file names were MJH, instead of DSC as before. I was totally stumped for awhile, because that's my initials. I couldn't imagine how those settings could discover my initials!!! LOL! Now I'm guessing Mike's middle name might begin with J.

That's one reason why I say I learned a lot about my camera in taking the time to go over all the settings, including the one's that had Mike's name inserted in the comment/copyright information.

Once again, thanks for your help!

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#90. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Dorval (Montreal), CA
          

>I know Ken Rockwell suggest setting the picture controls a certain >way, but I have read that many people don't agree with his choice >of settings.
That's for sure. I tried his U1 and U2 settings and hated them! I think he must have been trying to put one over on us because the results were not good.
If shooting in NEF is too much pp work, try using the JPG settings such as in camera sharpening (AF Fine Tune).
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#50. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Lovely! A big thank you.

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#54. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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US
          

Thanks for the spreadsheet.
I'm surprised you don't recommend remapping the AEL/AFL to AF-ONLY.

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Mon 18-Apr-11 12:40 AM
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#55. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Thanks for your interest in the Configuration Settings Spreadsheet for the D7000.

Actually I do use the "Back Button Focus" method myself - however this Spreadsheet is meant as an aid just to layout out the various (and numerous!) settings available for the D7000, and is not a recommendation for any particular set of settings per se - that's up to the user to choose to suit his or her shooting preferences.

Enjoy!

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#56. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Destrehan, US
          

Thank you so much for this spreadsheet. I am going from D300 to the D7000 and never dreamed there would be such a learning curve . My D300 shutter went out with only 25,000 shutter actuations. Could not imagine being without a camera for many weeks , so purchased the D7000.

I shoot mainly macro and shoot manual . I am really having a hard time with grabbing focus with the 7000 and getting a sharp shot. Guess it is going to take some time.
Appreciate all the time this must have taken to put together.
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#57. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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This is great, thank you so much!

  

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GB
          

Thank you for this,
I'm sure I will get some use out of it.

  

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#59. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thanks very much for this Chris!

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#60. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thanks very much for this Chris!

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US
          

Wow, that's a great tool! Thanks for putting the sheet together.

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#62. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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US
          

I just aquired my D7000 and although not new to Nikon or photography find all this quit a lot to digest. Your wonderful spreadsheet logically organized what is going on in the pages of the manual, for me. I do have a question: Is it possible to make your setup in the spreadsheet and then download it to the camera? Please take into account I am a neewbie to this camera and this forum. Again thank you for this exhaustive effort.

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sun 19-Jun-11 05:21 PM
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#63. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Hi Crowndog - Glad you found the Spreadsheet helpful.

No, it is not possible to download the settings from the spreadsheet direct to the camera, if that is what you meant. However it is possible to setup your camera settings as you like them (you would use the spreadsheet to determine those and experiment with different settings in camera), and save those settings to a special file on your memory card which has to be called NCSETUP7.

See Page 244 of the manual for how to do this and what settings are in fact saved. This allows you to save a copy of your settings (to load later in case you reset your camera etc.), and it's the method to use if you want to load settings that may have been created by other photographers who are prepared to share their setup with you.

By the way I keep a couple of "older" small capacity SDHC cards solely for this purpose.

Hope this helps. Enjoy your D7000!

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US
          

Thank you again! Can't wait to get started.

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#65. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Northampton, GB
          

A great resource! Many thanks for this.

  

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#66. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Lafayette, US
          

WOW! This is great.
"somebody" spent a lot of time and effort on this.

Thanks.

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Tue 09-Aug-11 05:59 PM
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#67. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Yup! Thanks, glad you found it useful.

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Clearwater, US
          

This is great,

Thanks

  

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#69. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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GB
          

Hi Chris
I am new to Nikonian. I am new to D7000, can you help me how to use your set “"D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2" I have down loaded on my computer what show I do next.
Thanks
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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Tue 23-Aug-11 09:05 PM
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#70. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Hagnik -Welcome to Nikonians and to your D7000!

As per post #44 in this thread, the spreadsheet was put together as a means to record YOUR settings from the myriad of configurable settings available on the D7000 - and notably Pre-Shoot Set-Up, Shooting Menu, and Custom Menu choices. It is an interactive tool that allows you to select from the options available in the camera, using the Nikon menu structure/choices. In other words it makes your life simpler to record the settings you use.

I have also provided for 4 configurable "Banks" (as per other Nikon DSLR's - 300S for example), where you can set up for 4 different shooting scenarios, 2 of which can be stored in the U1 and U2 positions. You can name these whatever you want, to set up them up for the shooting situations you encounter most. The headings I used are just suggestions.

I also referenced each setting to its corresponding explanation in the User Manual.

So, in answer to your question - it is an interactive "Aide Memoire" to facilitate you recording the settings you like to use for your given shooting situations - easily, and conveniently to help you remember the changes you made to your camera's settings.

The provided spreadsheets (Excel and Numbers) are NOT suggestions for settings (although they have been initially set at settings that may seem logical for some) - everyone will have their own preferences - they merely provide a convenient way to record your settings and find further information on those settings from the User Manual. They are not a "How to", however.

Hope this helps, Hagnik,

You might also check this link to Martin Baker's Blog. He further adapted my spreadsheet and has all sorts of stuff on his site about the D7000.

http://www.everythingd7000.co.uk/

Enjoy your D7000!

Chris

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#71. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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New Tampa, US
          

Great work!
It helped me to undestand a lot of new features i never imagine dSLR can have and how to set up properly my 4 days young D7000. So far i hit 1000 pictures mark with anly two keepers on a first day and about dozen on 4th one .
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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Mon 26-Sep-11 05:04 PM
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#73. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Congratulations Vlad_IT - enjoy your new D7000 - you're going to love it!

Chris

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JMHernandez Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Sep 2011Sun 25-Sep-11 08:38 PM
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#72. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Miami, US
          

Very clever!
Thank you, very much!

J.M.

  

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Thanks!

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#75. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Redmond, US
          

The Excel version works perfectly but the Apple for Numbers does not.
Error "The index.xml file is missing".

Anyone any ideas?

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#76. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Hi "Howker". Mmm, that's odd, as I just downloaded it on my iMac (running Lion) and it opens just fine in Numbers. I also tried on my Macbook (running Snow Leopard) and it opens just fine too. Just for good measure I tried the Excel version too and that opens fine in Office.

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St. Thomas, CA
          

Thanks a bunch for the sreadsheet. I know it was a lot of effort on your part. I am liking my D7000 more and more.

  

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#78. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Hope it helps - enjoy your D7000!

Chris

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#79. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Fairfax Station, US
          

Hi Chris,
Thanks for the spreadsheets! They're really super. I did find one thing in the Pre-Shoot Setup. Either I'm missing something or my camera is (probably me).
In the Auto Focus Area Mode row, you have the setting as 21 Point Dynamic-area AF.
However, when I go into the Auto Focus Selections on the Customer menu, I have a choice of 39 or 11 focus points. Is it possible the 21 in your sheet is left over from the setting on a different model?
Apologies to all if this has been posted previously as I've not gotten through all the email on this topic.
Best regards,
Tom

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briantilley Moderator Deep knowledge of bodies and lens; high level photography skills Nikonian since 26th Jan 2003Wed 16-Nov-11 02:35 PM
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#80. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Paignton, GB
          

The spreadsheet is correct.

The D7000 has two similar-sounding but distinct controls for the number of focus points to use.

Custom setting a6 allows you to choose between having all 39 points available or a reduced number if 11. Using 11 makes it faster to select one AF point manually.

Dynamic-area AF Mode (as in the spreadsheet) allows you to choose whether the camera uses data from 9, 21 or all 39 AF points to determine what to focus on. This is explained on pages 94-95 in the camera manual.

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Wed 16-Nov-11 07:22 PM
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#81. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Thanks, Brian - you beat me to it!

Chris

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texspeel Gold Member Nikonian since 09th Nov 2011Wed 16-Nov-11 10:04 PM
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#82. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Fairfax Station, US
          

Brian,
Thanks for the explanation. As I said in my earlier email, I suspected I had missed something and, indeed, I had. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
Tom

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tekneektom Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Nov 2011Thu 08-Dec-11 01:38 AM
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#83. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Chris,

This is a great tool. I can't imagine the number of hours you put into its testing and construction. You've saved me a lot of time, energy and mistakes. Thanks.

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Thu 08-Dec-11 03:52 PM
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#84. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Glad it has been of some use, Tom. Enjoy!

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DavidBDiscover Registered since 19th Oct 2011Sun 11-Dec-11 04:01 PM
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#85. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Edina, US
          

Chris,
Have you been updating the spreadsheet and if so, how do we get the latest version to download?

This is a great tool and I am happy that you took the time and did the work so that we can all learn about our D7000 cameras.

David

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sun 11-Dec-11 05:14 PM
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#86. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Hi David, and I hope it has been helpful - it certainly was for me when I did it! I changed a couple of minor things such as the firmware version etc. and a couple of typos I came across but nothing to merit a revision. I did make some changes, again minor, to the Numbers version, which I tend to use now since I have made the switch over to a Mac and don't use Excel much any more.

I can email my latest version if you like, but as I say there really isn't a lot that has been changed.

Enjoy,

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Ragarm Registered since 24th Dec 2011Sat 24-Dec-11 05:31 PM
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#87. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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US
          

Thank you for that spreadsheet. I've just gotten to the point with my new D7000 where I've confused myself again. On opening your spreadsheet, it looks to be just the window for me, as I'm a bit of a spreadsheet oriented kind of guy anyway, so I look forward to enjoying many hours balancing it and my camera.

Take care, ..../Dan

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sat 24-Dec-11 06:02 PM
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#88. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Hope it helps, Dan .. and yes it is a balancing act, but the fun part is with the D7K not the spreadsheet!

Enjoy,

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NDGraham Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Jan 2007Sat 07-Jan-12 02:40 PM
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#89. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Dorval (Montreal), CA
          

Thanks very much for sharing your work with the rest of us, Chris. I took a course in December on the use of the D7000 just after buying it. It would have been useful to have had your spreadsheet during the session. The course basically guided us through all the buttons and menus which was about all you could do in three hours. I recommend courses to just about anyone because there is so much to learn about these complex electronic marvels. It's fun to meet people with the same interests as well.
Thanks again for the clear presentation of complex information.
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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sat 07-Jan-12 03:31 PM
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#91. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Sat 07-Jan-12 05:30 PM by chroaz

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Great, Neill, glad it helped. You were lucky to find a course on the D7000. When I got mine there weren't any! But now I see the Nikonians Academy series is now offering one too! As does Ben Long on Lynda.com, I think

Enjoy this fine Camera!

As an aside, I also have a Fuji X100 - a completely different experience by the way, but I love it too - and I keep reading on the various Fuji enthusiasts sites how new X100 owners are now dumping their DSLRS (Canon and Nikon) in favor of the X100, for reasons of quietness, portability, "feel", retro looks etc. - all sorts of reasons good (but not necessarily valid) and bad!

I don't agree with that line of thought at all. I think shooting the X100 is for a specific task and in no way can it duplicate or replace the performance and capabilities of my D7000.

I am happy I have both cameras but it's the D7000 that's the keeper! Enjoy yours!

Chris

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NDGraham Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Jan 2007Sat 07-Jan-12 05:26 PM
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#92. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Dorval (Montreal), CA
          

Hi again, Chris.
That X100 is an intriguing little gizmo with the retro look. I was curious so I started looking around for some reviews and found these articles on how it inspires mixed feelings. Thought you might be interested:
http://www.luminous-landscape.com/reviews/cameras/fuji_x100_follow_up.shtml
http://www.stevehuffphoto.com/2011/05/03/the-fuji-x100-digital-camera-real-world-review-by-steve-huff/
It seems like a kind of "bridge" between P&S size and DSLR bulk.
Hope you are enjoying it!

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sat 07-Jan-12 05:38 PM
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#93. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Yup, mixed feelings for some as you say but, as for so many things, it comes down to horses for courses in the end. My D7000 is my "serious" camera!

Enjoy!

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#94. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thank you for the spreadsheet

  

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Makitwood Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Feb 2012Sat 04-Feb-12 03:26 PM
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#95. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thanks for all the work. I will use this a lot. Great job.

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sat 04-Feb-12 06:21 PM
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#96. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

So glad you're finding it helpful. Enjoy your D7000!

Chris

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#97. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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BE
          

Hi Chris and all,

Though this may not be directly related to the great work you have achieved in creating this file, I did have a question as a result of setting up my d7000 based on the preferred shooting modes created.

I have been trying to save each of the preferred shooting mode to separate SD cards. The aim being to be able to upload the settings quickly when needed from dedicated cards.

Here's the issue I have:

Let say I'm trying to save the "Portrait" shooting mode. I put my camera on Aperture Priority mode and make all required changes to my linking. I then save these settings to the SD card (as par standard instructions by using save/load settings).

I then try to load these back to either U1/U2. Though some of the setting are loaded, things like the Aperture Priority mode, Focus Area and Focus Mode are not. The same happens if I try to restore these back in Aperture Priority mode (shooting mode I initially saved the settings from).

Again, things like Focus Mode or even the aperture value (f/x) I saved initially does not load.

To my understanding, saving settings (that creates the NCSETUP7.bin files) would also include things like MASP shooting modes and Focus AREAS/MODES to be able to recall these when loading them back from a SD card.

Is my understanding incorrect or is the camera indeed meant to be doing this (in which case I may have a problem with it). FYI, I have the latest A & B firmware.

Thanks for any pointers !
Raph

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Mon 13-Feb-12 06:09 PM
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#98. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Raph - I think this issue may be covered in the thread here here

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#99. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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BE
          

Tx Chris - Though quite interesting and relevant to a certain extend, it doesn't quite answer my question as to having the SD card being able to upload all settings back into PASM and/or U1/U2...

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Tue 14-Feb-12 10:36 PM
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#100. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Sorry, I think I misunderstood you. The settings that can be saved to a card are listed on Page 244 of the Manual. U1 and U2 settings I think are stored in the camera's RAM and are not saved.

Hope that helps.

Chris

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#101. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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PH
          

this will be a great help... thanks

  

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#102. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Santa Clara, US
          

appreciate the spreadsheet, will put it to good use

  

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#103. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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US
          

I'm a new member and one of the first threads I came to was this.....very cool. Thanks!

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sat 02-Jun-12 11:20 PM
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#104. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Welcome to Nikonians! Hope this proves useful for you.

Chris

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#105. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Very helpful, Thank you Sir!!

  

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#106. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Los Angeles, US
          

The spreadsheet with formulas is not working on my Mac G4. I'm using Excel 2004. Your file downloads as a text spreadsheet only. But with no formulas that allow input.

My CPU is old and won't allow the operation of iWorks. Is there a setup in Excel that will open the interactive formula?

(boy I do need help with my 6 week-old D7000 menus)

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Tue 05-Jun-12 03:36 PM
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#107. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Sorry you are having difficulties, Bravozulu. The spreadsheet has been tested on Excel 2007 for Windows and Excel 2004 (and later editions) for Mac. However I do not know about your G4 which I think was PPC based and does not have an Intel Processor and that may be the problem. It's all the conditional formatting and data validation that your CPU can't handle.

If so, I'm afraid there is no way around it, as you wont be able to run the Numbers version either - looks like a new computer ..., ouch!!

Chris

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#108. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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South Croydon, GB
          

Thank you very much. My camera arrives in the next couple of days and I can't wait to start tinkering with the settings. This will be a great help.

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Wed 27-Jun-12 10:09 PM
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#109. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Great - hope it helps - Enjoy your D7000!

Chris

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#110. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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UM
          

Hi, I am on IBM PC and it souds interesting but I cannot open the numbers file and the web surch for a programm to open it was without success.

Any idea how to open the file?

Best
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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Thu 02-Aug-12 10:39 PM
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#111. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Clickhans - "Numbers" is an Apple format file which can only be opened in iWork Numbers on a Mac. It is similar to Excel. You will aslo find an Excel (.xls file) at the top of this post. If you download that it will run on a PC provided you have the Excel software.

I hope that helps.

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#112. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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UM
          

Thanks Chris, got it.

Looks like there are two attachements with 2 Exel files. Are they different?

Best
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nlantz64 Registered since 07th Dec 2012Sun 09-Dec-12 09:35 PM
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#113. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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US
          

I am new to the digital world as well as to my new D7000 and I found this spreadsheet very helpful. Thank you so much for the info.

Nick

  

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#114. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thanks for taking the time to create this sheet and post it. Fantastic stuff!

-James

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Thu 20-Dec-12 03:00 PM
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#115. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Great - glad it is helpful!

Chris

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#116. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Advance, US
          

This is a wonderful piece of work. You're very kind to offer this to the community. I think I'll find it very useful. Thanks.

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Mon 31-Dec-12 03:48 PM
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#117. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Glad you find it helpful - enjoy your Nikons in the New Year!!

Chris

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#118. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Bedford, GB
          

Hi Chris.
I have had my D7000 for a few weeks now and just before Xmas decided I needed a spreadsheet for all the settings !!!
I joined Nikonians this morning and found yours, mine is about 1/10th of this and still a lot of work in progress.
That has now been ditched, so thanks for all your effort on this. Much appreciated.
Derek.

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Mon 07-Jan-13 04:20 PM
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#119. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Enjoy your D7000, Dererk. Glad we were able to short circuit a little bit the setting up process! You will find our group here at Nikonians to be a tremendous resource of very helpful and knowledgeable people.

Chris

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labtrout Silver Member Nikonian since 09th Aug 2011Sun 13-Jan-13 02:52 PM
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#120. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Just another voice adding my thanks for this. I have been playing with it for several days now and find it invaluable.

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sun 13-Jan-13 03:55 PM
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#121. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

You're very welcome - enjoy!

Chris

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brinda Registered since 10th Dec 2012Tue 15-Jan-13 05:05 AM
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#122. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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MY
          

thank you for providing this

  

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le gamin Silver Member Nikonian since 07th Apr 2012Wed 16-Jan-13 07:32 AM
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#123. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thank you Chris for taking on such a project and sharing it with the rest of us. I have still very new to the game and to see the spreadsheet lay out the data in such a way helps very much in understanding how my camera works and how to use it more effectively. Again, Thank you

David

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Wed 16-Jan-13 02:49 PM
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#124. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Glad it helps a little - enjoy!

Chris

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#125. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Hi,
Thanks for this

  

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Nongmainham Registered since 21st Dec 2012Wed 30-Jan-13 01:08 AM
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#126. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Chris, thanks for the spreadsheet i am a beginner with the D7k and hope to learn from the system you offer with this spreadsheet.

greatings,

Nongmainham

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Wed 30-Jan-13 03:32 AM
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#127. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Enjoy your D7000 - you will!

Chris

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technicalganesh Registered since 12th Feb 2013Fri 22-Feb-13 02:57 PM
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#128. "Amazing work!"
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Amazing work!... Thanks a lot for sharing this worksheet!

  

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bestoftheworst Registered since 12th Feb 2013Thu 28-Mar-13 06:23 PM
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#129. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Chicago, US
          

Chris, Many Thanks for the spreadsheet i am a beginner with the D7k and hope to learn with this spreadsheet. Thank you!!!

Happy Clicking...
Mahesh

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Thu 28-Mar-13 08:37 PM
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#130. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Your welcome - enjoy!!

Chris

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DavidBDiscover Registered since 19th Oct 2011Sat 20-Apr-13 01:33 PM
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#132. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Chris,
Has anyone that you know of adapted this sheet for the new D7100? I realize it is very new, but many are lauding its praises and someone must be going through their D7000 sheet and making adjustments.
David

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senseen Registered since 20th Apr 2013Sat 20-Apr-13 03:11 AM
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AU
          

Thank you!

  

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Nikster27 Registered since 30th May 2013Thu 30-May-13 03:01 PM
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#133. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thankyou thats great

  

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Love2Photo Registered since 02nd May 2013Thu 06-Jun-13 04:15 AM
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#134. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thanks for all work involved. Works great.

  

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RazorAndy Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Aug 2013Thu 22-Aug-13 03:48 PM
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#135. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thank you to all involved for the work that went into this. It's certainly a great tool.

I have had my D7K for a few months now, and have just recently gotten serious into delving into optimizing my settings after some head scratching on not-quite-optimal results I was getting, so this was fortuitous to find this.

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Thu 22-Aug-13 04:34 PM
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#136. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Terrific - glad it has been helpful - Enjoy your D7K

Chris

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Bkats Silver Member Nikonian since 02nd Nov 2009Sun 10-Nov-13 11:16 PM
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#137. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Denver, US
          

Can this spreadsheet be adapted tot eh D7100? What changes are there for the 7100? Great tool

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Wed 19-Feb-14 12:47 AM
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#140. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

"Bkats" - a fellow Nikonian is in the process of updating adapting my spreadsheet for the D7100. It should be available shortly.

Enjoy your Nikons!

Chris

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liebervj Registered since 20th Oct 2013Sun 29-Dec-13 03:56 AM
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#138. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Thanks this is outstanding!

  

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chroaz Gold Member Nikonian since 26th Apr 2009Sun 29-Dec-13 03:51 PM
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#139. "RE: D7000 Configuration Settings and Set-Up Spreadsheet V.2.2"
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Cave Creek, US
          

Your welcome. Enjoy your Nikons!

Chris

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