>The only thing I will be afraid of on this camera is it will >be out dated in a couple years like iPhones and iPads they are >always releasing a successor. I hope this is something I could >hold on too for a while. I been researching this Nikon seems >to have way better value and don't depreciate like Canons. I >have a friend who is envy of me he has a Canon T3 not within a >year they had a T3I now a T4I. So I am happy was at the mall >and the D90 still holds a stable price. I just touchy on >electronics .
I have a new D7000 and am not worried about this at all with it.
I have read a lot of posts on various forums about this recently. Stuff like people worried about buying a D7000 because they are afraid a D7100 is right around the corner. Our cameras will still work the same as they did the day before a new camera comes out. If you try to keep up with the latest and greatest, you will be out a lot of money and at a beginner/novice level your images will probably look the same. That money would be better spent on lenses, classes, and gas to go shoot more photos!
There is no magic camera coming out that will make you a better photographer, is there? What you put in to the shot with regards to composition, lighting, and settings is a lot more important.