The Nikon D7100 is a successor to the D7000 and predecessor to the D7200. Like its counterparts, it is a mid-range DSLR and performs very well. It boasts a 24.1 megapixels APS-C CMOS sensor powered by the Expeed 4 image processor. It has a total of 51 focus points and the ISO settings are 100 – 6400 and could be boosted to 25600. The continuous drive of 6 frames per second is also a part of the D7100. The video is covered by the Full-HD 1080p resolution at 60, 50, 25 and 24 fps with stereo recording.
The measurements of this DSLR are 5.35 x 4.21 x 2.99 inches and the weight is a little over 760 grams. The viewfinder of the D7100 is an optical one with a magnification of 0.94x and a scene coverage of 100%. The LCD is bigger than average at 3.2 inches. It is fixed and is not touch-enabled either. It has 1,228,800 dots on it for better display. For wireless connectivity, it only has Wi-Fi and nothing else. The Lithium-Ion EN-EL15 battery is capable of 950 shots on a single charge.
Following are some the best lenses which could be attached to the Nikon D7100 to explore different kinds of photography.