Review Nikon D7200 DX-format DSLR Camera

I'm Pleased With This Camera so far. This is my best one so far.

This is Nikon D7200 DX-format DSLR Body (Black) 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor

Awesome body, much better than my D7000, the new stereo mic, headphones output, but the best improvement is the 51 Focus Points, and d 24 MPixels, the same used in D600, D700, etc. I love this body for a non pro photographer, video has better resolution. The wifi option works perfectly good.

Reviews :

  • Highly recommend. Someone at NIKON must have been listening to the users. It is very easy to use. Most of the changes that you would make in the course a photo session are brought out to the camera exterior so that you don't have to drill down in the menus. The photos are crisp and properly exposed. I did comparisons of specifications and features. This camera body matched a more expensive model that I initially was considering. I could have spent a few hundred dollars more. But would not have gained.

  • My photo interests are photographing wildlife, birds ( especially hummingbirds ), people & groups pretty general stuff. While I do not make my living at photography, I have been studying and working at improving my photography for many years.
    Presently, I have and use the Nikon D300 & D600. Generally, I keep a long lens on the D300 (a DX-crop-sensor body) for immediate use if/when wildlife wanders by, as we live in a rural setting. The D600, (a FX or full-frame body) is my workhorse camera that I carry with me just about all the time. I had a D7000 (DX body), but gave it as a gift to my wife when upgrading to the D600. I really enjoyed using the D7000, but no getting a gift back once given!

  • Anyway, I decided to get a newer DX body, as I have been using the D600 (FX) exclusively & would like to experience just a tad more reach a DX body provides with birds in flight with the lenses I use.
    Initially I purchased a refurbished Nikon D7100 24.1 Mega Pixel DX-Format CMOS DSLR Camera it seems like a nice camera, but the copy I got had a very dirty sensor & I returned it.
    Thus, I decided to buy a new body, but could not find a great deal to warrant the expenditure, at that point. This was before I heard about the D7200.

  • So,that is how I came to pre-order a D7200, after reading about features, and so forth.
    I was attracted to the fast shutter speeds up to 1/8000 sec (my D600 only goes to 1/4000 sec),
    the faster frame rate & relatively larger buffer, the upgrade with auto-focus (AF).
    I am not into video yet, but note that the D7200 seems capable.
    Likewise, I am not sure I will use the wireless feature, but hope to explore it, soon.

  • One obstacle I had to accept when ordering the D7200 is the lack of software support.
    In preparation for arrival of new camera, I updated my Nikon software on one computer:
    switching from View NX to the just released View NX-I, and from Capture NX2 to the new Capture NX-D
    so I would have software on hand to read the D7200 NEF (RAW) photo files.
    You probably have noticed that there always seems to be lag time in getting upgrades to photo software (e.g. Adobe) that accommodates the photo files produced by new cameras.

  • I also purchased an inexpensive OP/TECH USA SUPER CLASSIC uni-loop camera strap (here on Amazon) to replace the gaudy NIKON camera straps. In addition to appearing more low-key when out & about with the camera, it allows for easy switching to / from a wrist strap, and for the temporary removal of the neck strap when placing camera on a tripod, if desired.

  • Another plus/factor in buying this camera is that it uses the same Nikon battery as the D600, so I have spares already on hand.
    Likewise, the SD/SDHC memory card slot(s) use the same memory cards I have a supply of.

Product Description : 

  • No Optical Low-Pass Filter (OLPF)

  • 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor

  • 51 point autofocus system

  • 6 frames per second (fps) shooting capacityc

  • EXPEED 4 image processing

  • Built in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC) for instant sharing

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