Nikon D7200 Features: One of well-known DSLRs before few years is the Nikon D7100, that was introduced in the past in February 2013. Next, The D7200 isn’t a radical upgrade at all, yet it still adds some important features, In addition especially a more substantial buffer, improved autofocus performance in low light, 60p video, Wi-Fi with NFC, and 15% better battery life.
However, The D7200 is Nikon’s high-end APS-C camera, and may be the only DX format camera in the company’s current lineup to aid autofocus on screw drive lenses. It finds itself in the same class as the Canon EOS 7D Mark II, Pentax K-3, and Sony SLT-A77 II DSLRs as well as the Fujifilm X-T1, Olympus OM-D E-M5 II, Samsung NX1, and Sony Alpha 7 II mirrorless cameras. Put simply, it’s an extremely crowded field.
NIKON D7200 DETAILS KEY FEATURES
- 24.2MP CMOS sensor without optical low-pass filter
- Multi-CAM 3500DX II 51-point AF system, all sensitive to -3EV
- 2,016-pixel RGB metering sensor, used for 3D subject tracking in AF-C
- ISO 100-25,600, with ISO 51,200 and 102,400 black and white modes
- 6 fps continuous shooting (7 fps in 1.3x crop mode) with an increase of buffer depth
- 1/8000 sec maximum shutter speed
- 3.2″, 1.2M dot RGBW LCD display
- 1080/60p video (1.3x crop only) with clean output over HDMI and Flat Picture Control
- Dual SD card slots
- Wi-Fi with NFC
- Magnesium alloy weather-sealed body
Nikon D7200 Features
Meanwhile, for photographers that wish to manage their images after capture, Nikon also announces new View NX-i browsing software which allows for more intuitive control of images than previously. Moreover, View NX-i allows users to browse RAW files adjusted by Capture NX-D software and the simple upload of images to internet sites.
Above all, As the camera market continues to evolve, the Nikon D7200 wedges itself firmly in the original DSLR camp. In fact, it’s shunned having a vari-angle screen like its Canon competitors, such as the 70D or 760D, but does include Wi-Fi and NFC for sharing pictures via a smart device.