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    Thumbs up Nikon D7000 is now available at DigitalRev

    Hi Guys! The Nikon D7000 is now available at DigitalRev website. The body starts at only AU$1,694.99 + Shipping with many lens kit available.

    We could be the first to have it in Stock! Don't miss your chance to be the first one owning the camera!

    Shop for Nikon D7000!
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    I will wait to see Kai's review

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    wow, it's here at last!
    no need for review, we've seen the previews

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    waiting...waiting......I think I want one.....
    Graeme
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    So available for order rather than available for purchase then?

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    The site says they're "in stock now" so to me that says if you place an order it will be sent to you straight away, as opposed to placing a pre-order and waiting for the item to be in stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmPhot View Post
    The site says they're "in stock now" so to me that says if you place an order it will be sent to you straight away, as opposed to placing a pre-order and waiting for the item to be in stock.
    Yes, it's in Stock and it will be shipped within 24 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    I will wait to see Kai's review
    Here is the latest review by Kai - Nikon D7000 HANDS-ON REVIEW

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    Ah cool thanks. It was just they way that you said "we could be the first to have it in stock...." suggested that it was yet to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maccaroneski View Post
    Ah cool thanks. It was just they way that you said "we could be the first to have it in stock...." suggested that it was yet to happen.
    yeah..just not sure if other places have it in stock as well in the AU, so added "could be".

    It's selling quite fast, so I guess we are REALLY, probably the first one.....Order it before all gone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalRev View Post
    Yes, it's in Stock and it will be shipped within 24 hours.
    25 hours and no update to my order status..........but you can understand my slight impatience. Roll on Friday fingers crossed !

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    these look pretty good

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmPhot View Post
    25 hours and no update to my order status..........but you can understand my slight impatience. Roll on Friday fingers crossed !
    Please PM me your order # and I can find out for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalRev View Post
    Please PM me your order # and I can find out for you.
    No need, got confirmation through about 2 hours after I posted my whinge. Currently at the DHL terminal in Bangkok, hopefully will get here tomorrow or Friday.

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    Wheee!!!

    I just placed my order for a D7000 at DigitalRev!



    I'm still shaking after pressing the submit button.



    ...now the wait begins.

    Please don't hesitate to provide me with CC! I'd love to hear your thoughts regarding any of my images. Thanks!

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    I am afraid that I will never understand how international exchange rates function. For a week or two, over on DPReview, Americans have been talking about how THEY have been purchasing THEIR D7000s for $US1195. The Australian dollar has been verging on parity with the US dollar for a month or more - and has actually HIT parity more than once now ... and yet the best Australian retail price is pretty much 50% more than the American one.

    I am confident that DigitalRev's mark up is pretty slim at best. What gives? Why do Australian purchasers pay so much more? I know about market economies of scale and such but REALLY!! If someone knows I'd like to know as well.

    David

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    Mongo thinks everyone is getting a little too excited about this camera. Admittedly, even Mongo had reasonable hopes for this one if he was not going to go to a full sensor camera. However, there are stacks of tests and comparisons between this and the D700 and the D300s that should be looked at before necessarily rushing to conclusions and purchase of this camera.
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    You're right Mongo there are a lot of comparisons and tests now available for reading on the web. I've decided that full frame is some way off for me (3 - 4+ years) and the 300S is a bit too far out of my price range, so my decision was quite easy to make. I've seen a lot of 7000 shots on Flickr taken at the high ISO ranges which is what cemented my decision.

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    I think this camera will compare very favourably to a D300s.

    Perhaps not the same league as Nikon's FX cameras, but I think I'll wait a while (at least for the D700 replacement) before diving into FX territory.

    I think FX is where I'll eventually end up, but I'm sure I'll have a blast in the meantime.


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    I am concerned that lots of people are intent on moving into FX (full frame). I am not sure that doing so will be worth the effort. If you (like myself) have a number of high quality DX lenses, you will have to replace them with higher quality, more expensive FX lenses. Looking at the surprising low light performance of the D7000, FX bodies may not continue to enjoy their hitherto huge high ISO advantage and given their generally higher price I am not quite sure what the advantage of FX bodies actually might be in future. I have heard it suggested that the new D400 may offer up to 20 megapixels of resolution anyway, if THAT is what you need.

    My brother has a Canon 5D MkII. When I picked it up and used it, my first impression was about the wonderfully bright viewfinder. My second impression was the veritable explosion in my hand as I pressed the shutter while the oversized mirror swung across the additional distance and the oversized shutter curtain crashed about completing the exposure. I am certain that the resultant vibration from all of that noise and bother takes a stop away from full frame's inherent advantage. Personally I am sticking with a cropped sensor .. for what that may be worth.

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    Last edited by David Hobbs; 03-11-2010 at 7:53pm.

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