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Monday, September 20, 2010

Nikon: goodbye D90, Hi D7000

The new Nikon D7000, a DSLR that replaces the current D90 and becomes one of Nikon´s star cammeras in a split second. The Nikon D7000 is going to appear in shopwindows from all over the world with very persuasive reasons: magnesium alloy finishing, 16 megapixel sensor capable of capturing images and video recording for 1080p, 39 focus points (9 cross type) and data recording in SDXC cards.

D7000 arrives with an ISO 100-6400 (25.600 equivalent), stereo audio input, the original SDHC or SDXC double input that allows you to insert two cards at a time to ensure that you don´t run out of space in one memory and data goes automatically to the second one.
The optical visor of the new Nikon D7000 is a CMOS model of 16.2 megapixels with an Expeed 2 processor and it will enable rapid 6 frames per second shooting.

As any good digital SLR cammera, this new Nikon D7000 includes the possibility of recording video in many resolutions, the most important is obvious, 1080/24p video recording. Besides, it´s capable of recording at 720/30p. But there is a problem, this D7000, in spite of its qualities in video recording, includes a 20 minute limit of video recording.

Nikon D7000 will be on the market by mid-October for $1,200, if we speak only about the body, but if we add the typical 18-105mm lens, it will cost $1,500.

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