- The translation I have is not very clear, but it sounds like the native ISO of the D7000 will be 100 (compared to 200 in the D90).
- The Nikon D7000 will be able to take 1050 shots on a single battery charge compared to 850 with the D90.
- The 35mm f/1.4 lens will be available in November (basically D7000 will be available in October, everything else in November).
All together the D7000 seems to be an awesome camera. Nobody really expected such an advanced replacement of the D90. The new lenses are what everyone has been asking for in the past two years. Nikon did deliver this time, no doubt about that and they are on a roll. There will be no D700 replacement for Photokina and maybe there is a good reason for that - we will know for sure once the camera is official (probably early 2011). Next year should also bring us a D3s/D300s replacements. Keep in mind that the D300s replacement has to top the D7000 and I don't want to even speculate what the D4 will be like.