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Nikon has announced their new D7000 and Canon has announced the 60D. Will they be available for preorder soon? When Are they expected to begin shipping?

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  • At this time, we can pre-order the Nikon D7000, but not through the website as we do not have a web page for it yet. Also, we do not have an ETA for them yet.

    The Canon 60D (body only and lens kit) is in stock (just a few), and can be ordered. Just like the Nikon, the Canon 60D does not have a web page on out site yet so it must also be done via the phone. This will change in the future, but I do not have a definite time frame.



    [edited by: Paul at 11:41 AM (GMT -5) on Tue, Sep 28 2010] Forgot to add the bit about the ETA on the Nikon.

     http://www.crutchfield.com/bio/Paul

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  • At this time, we can pre-order the Nikon D7000, but not through the website as we do not have a web page for it yet. Also, we do not have an ETA for them yet.

    The Canon 60D (body only and lens kit) is in stock (just a few), and can be ordered. Just like the Nikon, the Canon 60D does not have a web page on out site yet so it must also be done via the phone. This will change in the future, but I do not have a definite time frame.



    [edited by: Paul at 11:41 AM (GMT -5) on Tue, Sep 28 2010] Forgot to add the bit about the ETA on the Nikon.

     http://www.crutchfield.com/bio/Paul

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  • I had used a Nikon D7000 for several years and liked it, so I thought why not again try for the same brand and the camera really work great for me
    The Nikon D7000 features a magnesium alloy casing, a sealing gasket for optimum protection against dust and moisture.It adopts a viewfinder with 100% magnification of about 0.94 x A very good point for a DSLR that does not want pro but it still brings a lot of its characteristics.

    D7000 video mode can record full HD (1920 x 1080): dedicated record button, video autofocus AF-F with continuous autofocus while recording, external mic for stereo - the microphone is mono injury.

    The camera contains a ton of built-in settings-- in addition to the basics like Standard, Normal, Landscape, etc, you also get all the various Scene modes, which are basically variations on those main settings.