Nikon D7000: Camera Road Test With Chase Jarvis

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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.

Well…lo and behold, a few months ago I got another one of those calls from Nikon. “Chase-san. We have a new camera…” I love those calls. And so today I’m again excited to share with you another new camera that will get its moment in the spotlight next week at Photokina: the Nikon D7000."

Click here to preorder the Nikon D7000.

For more from Chase go to www.chasejarvis.com

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One doesn't "swim" in a craze (see middle paragraph). The metaphor, as presented, is awkward and doesn't work. Anyone awake there? Perhaps try "That little camera opened the flood gates of this whole photo/video stream that we’re swimming in today."

unregistered wrote:

Copy editor:

One doesn't "swim" in a craze (see middle paragraph). The metaphor, as presented, is awkward and doesn't work. Anyone awake there? Perhaps try "That little camera opened the flood gates of this whole photo/video stream that we’re swimming in today."

Really? A hands-on look at a camera that's not yet available, and that's what you take away from it? Sometimes I wonder about people. Or perhaps I should say, "Sometimes I wonder about the people swimming around in this crazy stream of a world that we live in."

I'm surprised you didn't write "this crazy craze of a world that we live in." There's more to communication than just new gear and pictures. Language is an art, too, that doesn't need to be neglected just because ground-breaking new technology is available at B&H.

Come on, you fellows! You are dwelling on very static aspects of the English language. Surprise, surprise. That language is going through a makeover faster than you can explain it's petty nuances and metaphors. Language has to evolve and that evolution serves mostly one purpose - communication, not necessarily the art of! I understood her point on the very first take!!!!

Tell ya what I am enjoying - the write up of the D7000 on the B&H website! I love it! 

unregistered wrote:

Tell ya what I am enjoying - the write up of the D7000 on the B&H website! I love it! 

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 Amazing video, great content, footage, and editing.  What type of helicopter is used for this shoot? (model name and #)