Thu 13-Sep-12 09:58 AM | edited Thu 13-Sep-12 10:35 AM by swaussie
Anyone that has any experience with the D7000 will probably understand why the exposure settings dial that spins like a well oiled bearing is possibly THE worst idea Nikon EVER had! I use a Blackrapid strap and the dial would spin as it rubbed against my hip whilst walking - so it would literally change settings from one shot to the next without any input from myself. Why not use the same dials/buttons that their top of the line cameras (d700, D800, D4, etc) use?
Edit to say they seem to have fixed this issue - "locking mode dial to prevent accidental adjustments"