A press shot of Nikon’s replacement for the D90, apparently dubbed the D7000, has surfaced, giving us a good look at the button layout of this DSLR camera. The buttons have been slightly realigned and a dual jog dial is available on the left shoulder of the camera, giving users a little more control. Technical specifications remain the same, which means we should expect it to be a 16.2-megapixel shooter that supports 1080p HD video recording with a magnesium-alloy body. Pictures of some Nikkor prime lenses were sighted too, which include the 35mm f1.4 and a 200mm f2 lens.
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