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The images are obviously front focused. If it happens consistently with more lenses (not just one) then it is the body; if you can't compensate it enough with AF Fine (as it seems) you need to send in the camera for calibration...and hope it's not too expensive if your camera is not under warranty. On the other hand, if it happens so heavily just with the ...
Viewfinder "vignetting"/"tunnel view" My vote is that the type of screen on the back of the camera is the culprit causing the darker corners of the view. The size of the screen is large and the angle of view of the corners is more oblique than through the centre, which appears brightest. The corners are darker due to increased corner illumination "falloff" ...
Looks like a common case of lens vignetting. Here is a link to help you do some further research on understanding what causes this issue. https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/14467/~/what-is-vignetting%3F
D7000 Manual (p99) clearly states that having the lens on "M" while having the body on "AF" can cause damage to the camera. It does not say in what order the switches should be set so the safest procedure might be to turn the camera to the "off" position while setting the two switches.
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