Nikon D7200: Nikon D7100 is a popular model camera manufactured by Nikon. It was introduced in 2013 and the company has already revealed its latest DSLR model, Nikon D7200. The new model has more integrated features compared to the previous model. However, you will find some of the features similar to D7100. D7200 will remarkably include features like a great buffer, 60p video, Wi-Fi with NFC, and 15% improved battery life, enhanced autofocus performance which is superior to click pictures even in low light. So, here is the full review of D7200 by the trusted-brand, Nikon.
Nikon D7200 DSLR Camera Full Review With Pros And Cons
Design And Competitors
The D7200 is a high-grade camera with lots of amazing features and specs. It is made for all the professional photographers as well as the new camera buyers. It is an APS-C camera and is available with DX-format. Nikon has added the autofocus on spiral drive cameras like other proceeding cameras. It has a beautiful design and easier to use. It takes a perfect grip on your hand while recording videos or snapping pictures. It can easily compete with the high-end cameras like Canon EOS 7D Mark II, Pentax K-3, Sony SLT-A77 II DSLR, the Fujifilm X-T1, Olympus OM-D E-M5 II, Samsung NX1, and Sony Alpha 7 II. You can also use this camera as an alternative to the these DSLR’s.
Features And Specifications
Nikon D7200 features 24.2MP CMOS sensor, but it doesn’t have an optical low-pass filter which is common in other DSLR cameras. It is developed with Multi-CAM 3500DX II 51-point AF system which is completely delicate too -3EV. The image quality is of 2,016-pixel thanks to the RGB metering sensor and 3D subject tracking at AF-C. As told earlier, it has 6 fps continuous shooting along with an extended buffer depth. It uses 7 fps only at 1.3x crop mode. The camera offers 1/8000 sec maximum shutter speed. It comes with a 2.0 inches 1.2M dot RGBW LCD display which offers 1080 x 60p resolution for videos. It also has reliable output by HDMI and Flat Picture Control. It includes dual SD card slots. It is made of magnesium alloy weather-sealed exterior which is great. The video-centric ‘flat’ mode allows you to make your recordings more beautiful.
D7200 includes connectivity features like Wi-Fi with NFC (Near-field communication). The AF system and Multi-CAM 3500DX II system of the camera is a unique feature. It provides 51 AF points, however, the AF points are sensitive to -3EV, whereas the D7100’s were confined to -2EV. If you have used the D7100, then you can easily make the difference while clicking images. The D7200 is increased with its ISO higher compared to the previous cameras of Nikon. The color remains at ISO 51,200 and 102,400, it comes with two fine colors that are black and white.
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SnapBridge And Other Features
The D7200 model also packs the latest Nikon’s ‘SnapBridge’ which is the most impressive feature produced by the company. It allows the users to transfer files and pictures directly from the camera to the Android and iOS devices. It is the efficient and effective way of transferring files and pictures from one device to others. You have to download the app and then use it easily. SnapBridge is one of the trademark feature of Nikon which they include in all latest technology cameras. The users of SnapBridge have not reported any issue while using the app in compatible phones or transferring files and photos.
In terms of Performance, the camera is just great which is sufficient for entry level DSLR users. Finally, it packs a long-lasting battery which is combined with the Expeed 4 processor which offers great performance all-in-all. Nikon has done the best work with the D7200. They have succeeded to manage extra 160 shots after full charge than the D7100. You can enjoy your photo-shoot for long without any disturbance or lagging.
Pros And Cons
2. HD image quality
3. Active advanced AF
4. Perfect grip
2. Non-tilting screen
So, this was the full review of Nikon D7200. It is small in size with just 675g weight and 135.5 x 106.5 x 76mm dimension which will easily fit in your hand. It includes lots of other controls also along with dual manual dials in front and below the shutter. Moreover, it is best as an outdoor camera. So, you can easily take the camera anywhere with you, even when it’s raining outside, but don’t immerse it completely in the water to avoid damage. I hope you like this article. You can leave your comments below and share this article with your friends who enjoy outdoor hacks.