Sort of falls into place a bit when you read this elesewhere on his site:-
Kaiís too busy to write this himself as heís off feeling very smug about something. Whatís there to be smug about?
- DigitalRev has received 240 units of the new Nikon D7000, one of those is going to be his to play with do a review on.
- The Nikon D7000 is shaping up to be the biggest DSLR release of the year, with surprisingly good improvements that include: continuous AF in video mode (and itís got full 1080p), improved continuous burst rate (6fps) and 39 AF points (there are much more improvements.
- The holiday season has come extra early for Kai, with the release of the Nikon D7000.
Kai says: ďI (along with Lok and the DRTV guys) will be working on a hands-on video review that will be released for a wonderful weekend showing (what better way to spend your weekend, ay?)Ē.
Itíll be posted on our news and reviews page, or you can subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Oh yes, one last thing Ė itís available to buy now! Check out these packages.
Yes, he's got 240 Nikon D7000's to flog and he gets to keep one to play with. Wouldn't want the E-5, due out the same time, to interfere with that, would we?
BTW, perhaps I was being a bit of a troll, but here's the comment I left on his site:-
I'm past caring when people rubbish Olympus, in fact in some ways I'm glad that not many people use them or realize how good they are - it's like having a secret weapon that gives your photography a head start. Funny how critics are always keen to discuss bodies but shy away from mentioning lenses. It's true, Olympus users are at a disadvantage when shooting high ISO (but not as much as some people think) but Canikon users are at a disadvantage every time they fit a milk bottle masquerading as a lens on their cameras. And if it's raining, forget it.