$999.95 Hope this means replacement is coming. And i hope its a pro-grade. I know i know. Not thinks this is happening. But we can dream. Only thing that would make me give up my D7k is a pro version DX.
Right now it does everything i could ask. Bigger buffer, better low light is all i am really looking forward to. 8fps wouldn't hurt either. 5 Frame bracketing. Minor stuff. Maybe next model could make me breakfast as well. While Im dreaming.
#5. "RE: D7000 Price Drop" | In response to Reply # 4
NikonUSA has it listed at $1,199.95.
Amazon has it for about $996.95 or witha an 18-200mm lens & some other stuff for $1,596.95
P.S. Looking forward to a D7200 announcement. The FX announcement will be a D600.
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#6. "RE: D7000 Price Drop" | In response to Reply # 3
>The new D800 has more pixels with same low light performance,
>so expect the new D7000 to be similar.
Actually the current D7000 has the same pixel density as the D800.I think the expectations for a D7200 coming out soon are very premature--the D7000 is less than 2 years old.
#7. "RE: D7000 Price Drop" | In response to Reply # 0
NikonUSA *store* currently has it listed (body only) at $1199.95 but it's crossed out with $999.95 price instead. All the 7K kits are marked down as well. Could be coincidence, but the only others with a markdown are the 3100 and 5100, both of which are in the process of being discontinued, correct?