Nikon has unveiled a new DSLR aimed at photographers demanding performance, reliability and great amount of control over the camera. The D7000 is the latest offering from Nikon featuring a 16.2 megapixel DX-format (or APS-C) CMOS sensor with low-light shooting ability. The camera has the new EXSPEED 2 image processing system, 39-point AF system, 2016 pixel RGB 3D Matrix Metering System, ISO range of 100-6400 or 25,600 on a Hi-2 setting.
D7000 boasts the same video capturing feature of D90 and is able to record 1080p HD videos at 24fps or 720p at 24 or 30fps. Recorded videos can be viewed on HDMI-CEC compliant TVs.
The D7000 will be available in mid-October in the United States for $1199.95 or for $1499.95 with lens kit.