Maybe the DSLR camera isn't going away after all.
But, with very impressive new DSLRs now appearing, it's obvious the market isn't ready to give up on the DSLR segment. Olympus announced its E-5 DSLR camera yesterday, and, today, Nikon has announced its latest DSLR camera, the D7000.
The D7000 features a 16.2 megapixel CMOS image sensor. When coupled with Nikon's EXPEED 2 image processing system, which allows for fast autofocus, low noise in photos, and six frames per second in burst mode, the D7000 creates high-quality images with impressive speed.
Look for 1080p HD video capability, a 3.0-inch high-resolution LCD, and a built-in flash unit with the D7000, which should be available beginning in mid-October at $1,199.95 for the camera body only.
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