I've put on 5 lenses on my nikon d7000 and never had to adjust any of them.
That has more to do with luck of the draw than a Nikon/Canon thing. I say that as a Nikon shooter who wishes it was the case that Nikon lenses were more accurate out of the box than Canon, but it's simply not true.I've put on 5 lenses on my nikon d7000 and never had to adjust any of them.
Dang. Sorry to hear that. Mine is great. In sorts the focus is not all great for fast focusing. But when it focuses it is awesomeGlad the OP has good luck with the Nikon D7000,thats the first Camera I started with and even though it was mostly user fault,the focus system could not even focus on a vehicle license plate on the opposite side of the street and confirmed by my local Camera shop while trying different lenses. After sending it out to nikon and came back still not focusing correctly and On top of that, it would randomly crash where the LCD and display was all on but would not respond or shut off with out removing the battery.After I gave up with it, got a New Nikon D3100 and a refurbished D90 that performed perfectly.
7200 and I would think about. Or a full frame and give money towards it. Sorry@ OP. I have the Nikon D7100 almost brand new ( 4400 ish shutter count ) with a battery pack and all that. Unfortunately I only have 1 lens for it right now, a 18-70mm. But if you want to do a body for body trade, let me know.