The Nikon D7000 has not yet been released for consumer sales, but it is all ready making a buzz. This camera has a 16.2 megapixel resolution and a 0.052 second time lag, making it Nikon’s fastest and sharpest camera yet. This is largely made possible by the EXPEED 2 image processing engine. Additionally, the camera has a scene recognition system that automatically adjusts the camera when it is brighter or darker than normal.
This camera is as durable as it is precise. With a compact magnesium alloy shell, the camera is protected from dust and moisture, allowing you to use it almost anywhere. Environmental tests have proven that this camera will stay safe and functional, even after taking a beating.
Ease of use is a necessity, and this camera delivers on this front as well. The buttons and switches are designed to be in the best location ergonomically, allowing you to speed up the picture taking process on the human level as well.