>The D7000 VF has the same magnification as the D200, except >nearly 100% coverage instead of 95%. That means the image >should appear the same size as with the D200, but you'll get >to see all of it. >
Just want to point out that one needs to be careful when you look at these specs. The D3, D3s and D3X have a magnification of .70x and the D700 actually comes in at .72X. Now we all know that those viewfinders are NOT smaller than the D300 or D7000. This is due to the crop factor and if you want to compare between the two formats, a little math is called for.
That's true, but since both cameras the OP asked about are DX, it doesn't apply to his question. Although if you want to be more precise about it, not all DX cameras have the same size sensor. The crop factors and resulting values (using your calculation) for some of the DX models discussed are: