The D5100 was announced today. It looks like a very nice camera for that range, but what kind of puzzles me is the presence of the new hinge for the articulated live view screen.
That feature does seem to be no less important for the D7000, but on the other hand the D5100 reconfiguration of the control buttons on the rear panel could take some getting used, too.
The sensor seems to be the same one for the D7000, but I could be wrong about that.
Now personally, I'm really glad that Nikon introduced the D7000 first, so that I wouldn't be conflicted about which to buy.
Actually the plethora of lenses compatible for the D7000 is a good enough incentive for real enthusiasts.
It all makes me that much more curious as to what lies in store for the D300.
Anyone else like to weigh in on this?
Does the D5100 have any interest for the members of this group?