As the days draw closer to Photokina 2010, camera makers had been itching to "up" one another with the latest photography gears. Announced today by Nikon is the Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera, a mid-level market entry in Nikon DX format. Encased in a durable yet portable body made from magnesium alloy, the D7000 features a new 16.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor in conjunction with EXPEED 2 image processor. A new AF system gives user the flexibility of 39 focus points and 2,016 pixel RGB metering sensor, guarantee accuracy and clarity in image quality. As with most digital cameras on the market today, the Nikon added a video function on the D7000, allows a Full HD video recording in 1080p24.
List of features include:
16.2 Megapixel DX Format CMOS sensor with EXPEED 2 image processor Advanced creative features with Basic +
High ISO Function from ISO 100-6400 with ability to go up to ISO25600
2,016 pixel RGB metering sensor
New AF System with 39 Focus Points
7.5 cm (3-inch) 920,000-dot TFT LCD screen with 170-degree viewable angel
New Live View with faster focus and ability to detect 35 people within 1 frame at only 0.08 second.
Twin SD Card Slot
Full HD Video Recording in 1080p24 quality
The Nikon D7000 DSLR Camera along with a 18-105mm VR lens kit will be available for purchase next month at the retail price of $1499