Nikon D7200 Review

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Since: April 16, 2017
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  • Lowest Price: $768.94 - June 3, 2017

The Nikon D7200 is an upgrade from the D7100 with a great body and an APS-C sized processor. It has some similarities with its predecessor though this is packed with fantastic upgrades. The buffer depths on this entry level DSLR camera are increased. It takes two to three times more shots in a continuous burst.

It comes with an EXPEED 4 class engine which is different from that of other Nikon DSLR models. Its manufactured frame rate is six frames per second while in full DX-format. This best beginner DSLR also affords seven frame rates each second with a 1.3 x focal length. More upgrades include the newer Multi-CAM 3500II from DX phase detection. It is an autofocus module which allows focusing better in low light.

Nikon included a sensor cleaning function to combat effects of dust on the image sensor. It uses piezoelectric vibration at four varying frequencies. This shakes the dust from the sensor cover glass.

Nikon D7200 Viewfinder and Display

The Nikon D7200 has an optical viewfinder which is similar to that in the Nikon D7100. It has the same organic LED display used for on-demand notifications in the viewfinder. Its magnification comes at 0.94x with 19.5mm eyepoint.

It’s located beneath the viewfinder on this entry level camera and looks the same as that of its predecessor. The display has 3.2 inches with an aspect ratio of 4:3. It has a gapless style LCD display with four dots per pixel RGBW design. Therefore, the Nikon D7200 gives you better outdoor visibility. Its low power consumption is amazing indoors.

Creativity on Nikon D7200

This entry level DSLRS offers typical features you would expect on a Nikon DSLR. The Nikon D7200 has functions like multi-shot HDR, optional Active D-Lighting, and Picture Controls. This camera has a new Clarity adjustment function. It mirrors are just like that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

Its 9,999 frame interval timer function is excellent for shooting time lapse photography. You will love the fact that it now comes with exposure smoothing function. It helps minimize flicker in your final time-lapse clip.

Nikon D7200 Movie Capture

This entry level DSLR captures Full HD 1,920 X 1, 080-pixel movies at 30, 25, or 24 frames each second. It comes with a built-in mic for capturing stereo audio. The Nikon D7200 has a 3.5 mm stereo microphone jack to add an external mic. It also has a 35 mm stereo headphone jack which allows sound levels’ monitoring.

7.8 Total Score
Nikon D7200

At a minor glance, the Nikon D7200 looks the same as its predecessor with the same control layout and weather proof casing. But there is a lot to separate the two. The Nikon D7200 is here to give you more value for your money. Take images of your kids, pets and go sports shooting with this camera masterpiece.

DESIGN
8
FEATURES
7
PERFORMANCE
8
IMAGE QUALITY
8
PROS
  • Rugged weather sealed body
  • Excellent ergonomics with lots of controls
  • Accurate optical viewfinder
  • Good image quality
  • Swift autofocus
  • Generous buffer depths
  • Superb battery life
CONS
  • Non-tiltable LCD
  • Lacks focus peaking in live view
  • Round rough edges of new Wi-Fi feature
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