Nikon's D7000 DSLR isn't expected to go on sale for a few days yet, but it seems Best Buy can't quite help themselves; the lure of taking money from customers' wallets when there's perfectly good stock sitting around in warehouses is too great, and so we've got the first two unboxing videos from lucky D7000 owners Geoff and PanicInJune. The 16.2-megapixel camera isn't exactly brimming with surprise inside the box, but it's always nice to get a sneak preview.
The standard lens is, as we already knew, the AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, and then there's the usual strap, a pouch for the lens, an LCD protector hood and a lens hood. Finally there are all the cables.
The body and lens bundle will set you back $1,499.95, while the D7000 body alone is $1,199.95. If you simply can't wait - and having seen the performance of the new Nikon, we can't really blame you - it might be worth heading down to your nearest Best Buy and sweet-talking the sales team there.