In August 2008, Nikon changed the landscape of DSLR technology with the introduction of the Nikon D90, the world's first DSLR to offer HD video capture. Fast-forward two years and Nikon is once again churning the soil with the Nikon D7000, a new DSLR that ups the ante as per what serious shooters will be expecting from camera manufacturers from here on out.
Users of the Nikon D7000 digital SLR camera have been complaining about bright spots when recording video of dark subjects or in low-light situations. Nikon has acknowledged and resolved the problem with its release of updated firmware for the camera, which can be downloaded for free from Nikon's website.
Chase takes us for a spin with the brand spanking new Nikon D7000! Here is an excerpt and video from Chases blog:
"A while back I got call from the Nikon mothership which put the very first HDdSLR–the Nikon D90 – into my hands months before the world had seen that technology. I won’t ever forget that experience. That little camera kicked off this whole craze of photo and video convergence that we’re swimming in today.