>>Has the D7000 and it's successors become the new >>"proline" in DX bodies? > >No, unless I missed it nowhere in the official press release >do they mention this is the flagship DX camera, which they >would have had they intended it to be the new top of the line. > I expect a D400 to be announced by May this year.
I think it was mentioned. “Nikon’s DX-format Flagship Provides Agility, Amazing Image Quality and Wireless Connectivity“
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