We told you yesterday about Nikon’s new D7000 DSLR the replacement for the highly regarded D90. Today we have some more news for you including a video review.
Richard Lai of Engadget is reporting that the 16.2 megapixel beast is aimed at the “social photographer” market. Engadget managed to get hold of an example to give it the once over, and mention it looks quite similar to the D90 but not as light. The continuous shooting button has been transformed into a secondary dial to the left of the unit.
Like the D3100 there is a new live view switch and video record button, which is preferred to the set up on the old D90. One of the best features is the EXPEED 2 image processor allowing for a much improved AF speed.
According to Devicemag the D7000 will be available from mid October in the US and will set you back $1199.95 for body only, and $1499.95. See below for the video of the D7000, and click here for a detailed review.
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