I was lucky enough to get a D7000 early. Here is the video of it's unboxing. I'll post a raw video sample up ASAP.

UPDATE:
.MOV FROM CAMERA!!!!!!

1080p 24p Kit Lens [SKIN TONE, harsh sunlight] f/22
mediafire.com/?6h3l02724ld5u17

720p 24p ISO 100 Tokina AT-X 28-85
mediafire.com/?xj33dkn0cxqi7hr

1080p ISO 100 Kit Lens @18mm f/20 Shutter 1/50
mediafire.com/?k9e9xjm6gi4tduz

1080p ISO 1600, Nikkor 50mm Series E f/1.8 @f/2.8, shutter 1/50:
mediafire.com/?5btd1lcwpiq6y52

ISO 3600 Image sample!
flickr.com/photos/71953488@N00/5083228712/
FULLSIZE JPEG:
geoffcbassett.com/images/DSC_0164.JPG
ORIGINAL RAW:
geoffcbassett.com/images/DSC_0164.NEF
(photoshop does not read it, need View NX 2)

Impressions so far:
The low light on stills is mind blowing, keeping tone and detail past iso 3600. Easily comparable to the 5D Mark 2 in stills. Video is a different matter, 1600 seems to be the limit before noise becomes active. However it generally seems even and usable threw the high iso range.

Rolling shutter is nowhere near as bad as the D90 or D5000, I'd say directly in line with the canon brand.

The manual controls are smooth and easy to operate, the LV trigger is fantastic and fun to use. For former nikon videographers, you will be pleased to know when you turn on manual movie settings in the menu you no longer have to hit or hold the AE-L button to turn off exposure compensation. The camera overall seems more like direct competition to the 7D than the 60D.

I am unable to test the HDMI port, as I do not have a working monitor with HDMI.

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