Looking for a new camera to replace your Nikon D90? Well, look no further than the D7000, this camera is basically a new and improved version of the popular D90 and by the looks of dpreview’s recent preview it looks well worth the money.
The D7000 features a 16.2 megapixel pixel sensor and is capable of recording video at either 1920 x 1080p (24fps), 1280 x 720p (30, 25, 24fps) or 640 x 424p (30, 25fps), the D90 featured a 12.3 megapixel sensor and was only capable of capturing video at a maximum of 1280 x 720p (24 fps). You can see a full specification listing for the D7000 here.
If you want to see a full specification comparison you should head over to dpreview, the D7000 outdoes the D90 in every way, however it is slightly larger and very slightly heavier.
All in all it looks as if the D7000 is a worthy successor to the D90, however you should check out the fully in-depth 7 page preview before making a decision, if you decide to buy it you can get the body only for $1199 / £1099 / â‚¬1189 or with the 18-105mm VR Lens for $1499 / £1299.99 / â‚¬1399.
Will you buy the D700? If not why not?
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