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glennaa11 Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Aug 2004Sat 18-Sep-10 04:50 PM
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> I guess the D7000 post launch and by Christmas will
>be at a much lower price too.
>

I wouldn't count on the D7000 being available at "a much lower price" by Christmas of this year. It will still be brand new and much sought after. I think they will sell a lot of these bodies and the demand will be high for several months. I wouldn't expect any price reductions for at least 6 months or so. How long did it take for the D90 to show up at a discount?

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