Everyone knows that when the old goes out, there must be something new to replace it – case in point, the Nikon D5100 which will see the outgoing D5000 off, gearing itself to keep professional shutterbugs happy. Of course, out of something so blurry, how can we tell that this is the successor to the D5000? For starters, the LCD display will swivel to the side and not to the bottom which the Nikon D5000 currently does. Apart from that, we just have to sit tight and await official confirmation from Nikon themselves.
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