After the D300 I had went to Nikon Heaven I looked at my wifes D7000 (tbh not ergonomic enough for me compared to a D700 which is out of my price range).
Looking at getting the D7000 via grey market as $ is always a problem, ANYWAY.. this is what I see on my wifes camera... when she (or I) have gone to focus in on say a bird sitting on the fence... the AF points tend to pick up other things moving.
I dont like that as I am used to the D300 & D300s I originally had being able to have the single focus point in the middle of the viewfinder for me to navigate around. The other focus points showing up on anything that moves tends to put me off the subject.
I havent had a look at the better halves menu as yet to see if it has wrap around but I know of the D700 that dosent cause that even with ALL focus points selected.
IF anyone has an idea how I can turn those off and just have the center focus spot it would be much appreciated. My reason is I shoot sports.. they are NBL, Cricket & Darts (the latter I dont need to have a dart in the air in focus & the player out).
Thanks for your time