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Itís the High Definition Video Capture that is without doubt the highlight feature of the Nikon D7000. Shooting at an incredible 24 frames-per-second this digital wonder gives you the same creative power as any A-List Hollywood movie director and produces fantastic cinema-quality images every time. You can also record a very generous 20 minutes of Internet-friendly video. With a declared commitment to image quality above all else, the D7000 has a cool resolution capacity of 16.2 Megapixels and the 39-Point autofocus is state-of-the-art. Having used the D7000 itís easy to see why Nikon themselves have described it as ďa new class of Nikon cameraĒ.Look into my eyes; look deep into my eyes... Oh right - this is the Internet - You can't see my eyes. And even if you could being the well-informed lover of photography that you are you wouldn't need me to hypnotize you in order to believe all the wonders of Nikon's D7000 DSLR Camera (Body Only) would you? No of course you wouldn't. Anyway my dear reader let's cut to the chase and take a look at the wondrous D7000 in all its glory. Here's a quick hit in case you need the skinny now: 16.2MP DX-Format CMOS sensor that works together with Nikon's EXPEED 2 image processor 1080p HD video with full time autofocus 6FPS burst shooting a 39-Point AF System autofocus fine tuning a 3" LCD display and pentaprism optical viewfinder and dual SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card slots. Breathe. I repeat: breathe. (Yes Nikon took it to the mat with the D7000) Nikon assures us that the D7000 "concentrates primarily on image quality above all else" giving the DSLR photographer and filmmaker what the company calls "a new class of Nikon camera". So when it came to video recording Nikon didn't skimp out on capabilities. The D7000 boasts 1080p HD video capture while providing a number of other recording options including manual exposure control. Capture video with the cinema quality 24fps or record Internet-friendly video at 720p in 24 or 30fps - up to 20 minutes per clip. To enhance your video utilize an optional wireless or hot shoe mounted microphone using the stereo mic input. The camera also features full time autofocus and Live View for video capture. When you're all done shooting and ready to share on the big screen there's an HDMI output for one-cable connection to your HDTV. Let's return to the camera's main focus - digital stills shall we? We shall. The 16.2MP DX-format CMOS sensor and Nikon's proprietary EXPEED 2 image processing engine help you to make beaut Read Less