Nikon has outdone itself once again. The announcement of a new DSLR aimed at the mid-range market has photophiles salivating at the thought of it. Making its debut in October, the Nikon D7000 is worth the short wait.
The price tag on the Nikon D7000 is not for the faint of heart. It will set you back $1,200 for the body alone. This is not a camera for amateurs!
Here are the specs for you techy folks from Nikon’s site:
16.2 mega pixel CMOS sensor
3-inch TFT LCD display
39-point auto-focus system
6fps continuous shooting
ISO 100 to 6400 (ISO 2560 extended)
Dual SD card slot
Full HD movie recording (1920×1080p @ 24 fps)
For further information, Imaging-Resource.com has an in-depth review here.
So what do you think? The Nikon D7000 seems like it is worth checking out.