Nikon Australia is pleased to announce the release of the Nikon D7000, a model that introduces Nikon’s new line of mid-class Nikon DX-format digital-SLR cameras.
The camera is equipped with a new CMOS image sensor and a new image-processing engine, EXPEED 2, which enables capture of high-definition images exhibiting superior image quality. It also offers a number of advanced high-performance features packed into a compact, elegant body.
As the DSLR market expands, camera enthusiasts are looking for a more diverse range of features than are currently available. There is an increased demand for advanced shooting functions, in addition to the ability to capture images with greater definition and image quality. Most are also seeking to record movies with the rich power of expression that is only possible with SLR cameras.
The D7000 is a high-quality mid-class D-SLR that will respond to user demands for a variety of the latest camera technologies and functions, enabling them the high-quality, high-definition shooting that they desire, all in a durable, high-performance, yet compact body.
Among its features are a new DX-format CMOS image sensor, Nikon’s latest image-processing engine, EXPEED 2, a new 2,016-pixel metering sensor, a new AF system that utilises 39 focus points, and the D-Movie function that enables recording of full HD movies. Additional in-camera movie editing functions allow users to save a single frame as a still JPEG image or cut footages from the beginning or end of movie files.
Major new features
* A new DX-format CMOS image sensor and new image-processing engine, EXPEED 2, both developed by Nikon, enable capture of high-definition images with superior image quality
* A compact, elegant body that offers both authenticity and flexibility
* A new 2,016-pixel RGB metering sensor
* A new 39-point AF system – AF sensor module with 39 effective focus points
* Superior subject acquisition and tracking performance
* D-Movie for recording and editing of full HD movies
Watch an HD video recorded on the D7000
Photographer/Director Chase Jarvis http://www.chasejarvis.com is the first to use the Nikon D7000. This is his “road test” of this great new camera with 1080HD video and 16 megapixels.