Nikon recently released the D7000, Nikon’s answer to Canon’s release of the new 60D. The D7000 offers manual exposure control and continuousauto focuswhile shooting full 1080p HD video at 24fps. The D7000 is by far Nikon’s best video capable DSLR on the market today and packs a powerful punch.Chase Jarvis got his hands on an early version of the D7000 and has posted up a video, you can see it below. We can’t wait to get our hands on one for review to see how it compares to Canon’s 60D – we will keep you posted with all the latest.
Professional camcorders are often smaller, lighter, cheaper, and have more controls than other cameras. These are the best on the market today.