1080p video and full viewfinder make new top end Nikon worth splashing out on.
Nikon has just come clean about its new D7000 DSLR. And we’re already priming our credit cards in anticipation, because this rocks some seriously smart features.
There’s the same continuous video autofocus feature as found on the recently outed D3100, making 1080p Full HD videos look stunningly crisp and clear. If you fancy, you can drop video recording down to 720p at 30 fps too.
If you’re more keen on stills than flicks, then there’s plenty to get het up about, with a 39 point autofocus system, 16.2 megapixels, a screen which gives you 100 per cent of the shot you’re taking and an 18-105mm lens in the box.