B&H Photo and Amazon have listed the Nikon D7000 for pre-order. Below are links to those product pages. (Updated to include Adorama.)
The D7000 features a 16.2MP sensor, a 39-point AF system and a large sensitivity range covering ISO 100-25,600. Additionally, the D7000 can capture 1080p HD video at 24 fps, or 720p video at either 24 or 30 fps.
The Nikon D7000 should be available in October 2010 at an initial retail price of $1199.95. A kit version of the D7000 packaged with an 18-105mm kits lens will also be available for $1499.95.
Check on Nikon D7000 availability below.
Nikon D7000 (body only)
Nikon D7000 (w/ 18-105mm lens)
Nikon D7000 Key Features
- 16.2 megapixel CMOS sensor
- 39 point AF system
- 2016 pixel RGB sensor/ Scene Recognition system
- 6 fps for 100 frame burst
- 1080p (24 fps) / 720p (24 or 30 fps) HD video
- Full time AF with video and live view
- ISO 100-6400, expandable to 25,600
- Magnesium alloy top and rear for durability
- Accepts AF and AF-S lenses
- Dual SD card slots
More images and details in the press release below. [Read more...]
The Nikon SB-700 Speedlight looks to be sort of an SB-900 Jr., with the ability to use it as a Commander or Speedlight Remote in Nikon’s Creative Lighting System. The SB-700 offers a number of other improvements over the SB-600, which make it appear to be a reasonable alternative to the Nikon SB-900.
The Nikon SB-700 should be available in November 2010 at an initial retail price of $329.95. Check availability on Amazon.com.
There are plenty more details about this new Speedlight in the press release below. [Read more...]
The AF-S 35mm f/1.4G should be available in November 2010 at an initial retail price of $1799.95. Check availability on Amazon.com.
The AF-S 200mm f/2G ED VR II should be available in October 2010 at an initial retail price of $5999.95. Check availability on Amazon.com.
More details in the full press release below. [Read more...]
The P7000 is Nikon’s flagship point and shoot camera. It is fitted with a 10MP sensor, 7.1x optical zoom, the ability to capture RAW format images (finally) and 720p video capture at 24 fps. The P7000 also features a hotshoe for attaching an external Nikon Speedlight.
Additionally, Nikon steps up the game with an external mic input on the compact shooter, which will add to the functionality of optical zoom during video capture and full time AF. By using an external microphone for audio capture, the P7000 allows us to avoid the problem of internal camera noise during video recording. Of course, this feature is likely of limited use for most users, but certainly signals that Nikon is taking video customers seriously.
With the P7000, Nikon finally looks like it has the feature list to tackle Canon’s G-series (e.g., the new Canon G12) head on.
The Nikon P7000 carries an initial retail price of $499.95 and should be available in September 2010. Check availability on Amazon.com.
Nikon P7000 Key Features
- 10.1-megapixel, large 1/1.7-inch CCD sensor
- 7.1x Wide-Angle Optical Zoom-NIKKOR ED Glass Lens
- 5-way VR Image Stabilization System
- 3-inch 921k dot resolution LCD
- RAW file function compatible with Mac and Windows
- PSAM (Program, Shutter, Aperture, Manual) exposure control
- ISO 6400 at full resolution
More details in the press release below. [Read more...]