Nikon's new D7000

Nikon announced their new D90 replacement, the D7000 today. It looks like an awesome camera, with a 17.2 MP sensor, two SD card slots, a 39 point AF system, a more rugged magnesium-alloy body, and improved video capabilities. Rather than the D90’s 5 minutes of 720p video with manual focus only, the D7000 can record a full 20 minutes of 1020p video using autofocus. I’m not ready to replace my D90 yet, but when I do, the D7000 seems like a nice step up.

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