Nikon D7200 – Price, Specs, Sample Images and vs D7100

Last Updated on March 3, 2015 by PixelPluck

Nikon D7200
Nikon D7200 – Price, Specs, Sample Images and vs D7100
Nikon has announced the 24.2-megapixel Nikon D7200 – price tag $1199 (Body) – which will sit atop its range of DX-format DSLRs. The D7200 isn’t a radical upgrade by any means, yet it still adds some important features, most notably a larger buffer, improved auto-focus performance in low light, 60p video, Wi-Fi with NFC, and 15% better battery life.

  • The new Nikon camera offers a number firsts for DX-format cameras, boasting subject acquisition down to -3 EV thanks to the Multi-CAM 3500 II 51-point (with 15 cross-type sensors in the centre) AF system the Nikon D7200 has inherited from Nikon’s professional FX-format DSLRs.
  • What’s more, one centre point is f/8 compatible, enabling more lens/teleconverter combinations.
  • The Nikon D7200 also offers an ISO range of 100-25,600 which, coupled with Nikon’s EXPEED 4 image processor and 24.2-megapixel sensor offers images with a wider dynamic range, Nikon says.
  • The new Nikon DSLR can shoot at up to 6fps in DX format, and at up to 7fps in the Nikon D7200’s 1.3x crop mode. The new Nikon camera’s 1.3x crop mode allows photographers to extend the telephoto reach of their lenses so that its 51 autofocus points cover the entire frame.
  • The Nikon D7200’s large buffer capturing up to 27 12-bit RAW images and up to 100 high-quality JPEGs in one high-speed burst.
  • Nikon D7200 is the first Nikon DSLR to support Near Field Communication (NFC). This functionality allows photographers the option to choose whether to transfer still images to a smart device via NFC or the Nikon D7200’s Wi-Fi function.
  • To transfer photos to an NFC-compatible smart device, just touch the Nikon D7200 with the device and you can transfer the image that’s showing on the camera’s LCD screen.
  • The Nikon D7200 records Full HD movies at up to 25p/30p, or you can switch to the new Nikon camera’s 1.3x crop mode and record at up to 1080/50p/60p.
  • The D7200 also has a dedicated movie menu where you can store all your movie settings, and footage can be recorded to its dual SD memory card slots or simultaneously output to an external recorder or monitor via HDMI.
  • On back of the Nikon D7200 is a 3.2-in, 1229k-dot colour-tune monitor.

  • Other key specs on the Nikon D7200
  • Multi-CAM 3500 II 51-point AF system. Sensitive down to -3 EV (ISO 100, 20 °C/68 °F).
  • Wide ISO range: shoot confidently in available light with a standard ISO range of 100–25600.
  • Fast continuous shooting: up to 6 fps in DX format, and up to 7 fps in 1.3x crop. Capture up to 27 12-bit RAW images and up to 100 high-quality JPEGs in one high-speed burst.
  • Unlimited continuous shooting: shoot in continuous release mode with a shutter speed of 4 seconds or slower, and record as many images as your media cards and battery life will allow.
  • Time-lapse movies: shoot time-lapse sequences with smooth exposure transitions.
  • D-Movie: record DX-format Full HD movies at up to 25p/30p, or switch to 1.3x crop mode and record at up to 1080/50p/60p.
  • High-fidelity audio: superior options for audio control enable professional sounding movie footage.
  • 1.3x crop: gain extra telephoto reach, speed, and wider AF coverage.
  • Picture Control 2.0: choose from seven Picture Control settings. Ease post-production with Flat setting for maximum dynamic range, and fine-tune detail with Clarity.
  • Viewfinder: offers approx. 100% frame coverage and exceptional visibility outdoors, even in harshly backlit situations.
  • Colour-tune monitor: anti-reflective 8.0-cm (3.2-in.), 1229k-dot RGBW LCD monitor.
  • Dust-proof and moisture resistant build. The shutter unit is tested to 150,000 releases.
  • Built-in flash: with intelligent i-TTL flash control and a commander function.
  • Capture up to 1,110 still images and up to 80 minutes of movie footage3 on a single charge of the ultra-compact and lightweight lithium-ion rechargeable EN-EL15 battery.
  • Storage media: two SD card slots enable a smooth shooting experience. Both card slots are compatible with high-capacity SDXC and UHS-I cards.
  • Included software: dedicated Nikon software provides a way to import, organize, edit, and share photos or movie clips.

Compared to Nikon D7100 ↓

Nikon D7100
Nikon D7200
Pixel count 24.1MP 24.2MP
Processor EXPEED 3 EXPEED 4
Optical low-pass filter No
ISO range (expanded) 100-51,200 100-102,400
(51,200 and 102,000 black & white)
AF system Multi-CAM 3500DX Multi-CAM 3500DX II
AF sensitivity -2EV -3EV
Maximum frame rate 6 fps (7 fps in 1.3x crop mode)
Buffer depth * 6 Raw, 50 JPEG 18 Raw, 100 JPEG
Maximum video quality 1080/60i (1.3x crop mode) 1080/60p (1.3x crop mode)
Flat picture control No Yes
LCD display 3.2″ 1.2M dot RGBW
Wi-Fi No Yes, with NFC
Dual memory card slots Yes (SD/SDHC/SDXC)
Battery used EN-EL15
Battery life 950 shots 1110 shots
* Raw files are 14-bit lossless compressed, the default setting

Product Video ↓

Nikon D7200 Price / Release Date
This Nikon D7200
price tag will be starting at Starting at $1,199.95 Body only.

A Nikon D7200 release date is scheduled for 19 March 2015.

PreOrder Here : Nikon D7200


Source : Nikon USA

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One comment

  1. Mizsei László

    Welcome ! When will a normal firmware update for the 7100 ‘s? We look forward !

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