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Nikon D7200 To Begin Shipping Tomorrow

By Anthony Thurston on March 18th 2015

Those of you waiting around for the D7200 to drop only have a few more hours to wait. Nikon’s latest DX body is expected to begin shipping on time tomorrow, and that means if you already pre-ordered it, it may already be in the post.

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Nikon D7200 Specs

  • 24.2MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor
  • EXPEED 4 Image Processor
  • No Optical Low-Pass Filter
  • 3.2″ 1,229k-Dot LCD Monitor
  • Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps
  • Multi-CAM 3500 II DX 51-Point AF Sensor
  • Native ISO 25600, B&W to ISO 102400
  • 6 fps Shooting for Up to 100 Frames
  • Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity with NFC
  • In-Camera Time Lapse, Up to 9,999 Frames

If you have been on the fence about it, now would be a great time to get your order in. B&H is currently still taking pre-orders, and if you order today, with next day shipping, you could have yours delivered tomorrow and be one of the first to play with this new camera.

If you would like more info, or some other opinions on the D7200, we posted a great field test yesterday that you can find here. I also shared my initial impressions on the camera from WPPI here.

At any rate, those of you expecting one should start seeing them tomorrow or over the next several days as they all get shipped out. Are you excited yet?

Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Peter Nord

    Got mine very late Friday, the 20th. Been too busy with events and NCAA bball to shoot it all that much. What I noticed at first was that it actually feels different from the D7100. Didn’t expect that. Imagine that goes away after a few thousand frames.

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  2. James Hippolyte

    Played with it at B and H. Coming from a D7000 I’m very impressed. I was feeling comfortable up to 16000 . I also spoke with a rep named Alex from Nikon., He basically said that the nay-sayers have not held it enough to judge it, and I agree because the 15-20 mins I held it was great. I will wait till the first batch are out to order mine.

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  3. Mac MacDonald

    D7200 photos are up on Flickr (samples all the way up to ISO 25600)

    Here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/fotomagazin/sets/72157651428145312

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    • Rafael Steffen

      Thanks for sharing. I want to see how sharp are they.

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    • Rafael Steffen

      I hope Matthew is right, we have to have hopes for a DX with a 8fps and a pro body or maybe dream about getting a 9fps or even 10 fps to be on the same level as the 7D Mark II but with Nikons superior Dynamic Range. Until where can we push a DX sensor?

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  4. Rafael Steffen

    I think I am going to sell my D7100 and get a D750 which is a great package.

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  5. robert garfinkle

    A buddy of mine who owns a D800, says he was waiting for the D7200 over the D750 for the true DX 1. 5x factor he gets with FX lenses…

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    • Graham Curran

      Wow, that really is an important consideration.

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    • Graham Curran

      Ultimately it’s just another piece of equipment. It’s the photographer behind it which counts. Too many people fetishise over the latest model thinking that this will change everything for them. If you really want this particular one then wait a while for the price to drop after the initial demand and save yourself some bucks.

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    • robert garfinkle

      Graham – I was, at some point, the way you describe – thinking the camera was going to make “me” vs. the other way around…

      Today – I could have purchased anything and it would have sufficed… Now, granted, I would never claimed a cel phone as viable choice compared to a Nikon, Canon, Sony etc… I would rather have a camera “first” device… meant to do real photography…

      My friend has the D800 and loads of lenses – does it as a hobby, travels, pretty good photographer, for a dentist… he has fun, yet he did not want another full frame in his hands – he found no need for it… He passed on the D7100 for some reason, I suppose hearing the D7200 was gonna hit the streets – yet this was back in december – how he knew, don’t know… But, he wanted to be able to have a device, like I said, that gave him the true crop option as well as the ability to be a bit more portable – a subset if you will…

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    • Rafael Steffen

      If the ISO has really improved then the D7200 is going to be a big seller, but I still prefere to wait and dream about a D400. Nikon will honor us! rsrs

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  6. Mac MacDonald

    I’m amped. I’ll have one, post haste.

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  7. Rafael Steffen

    The time lapse function is quite nice. I would love to try it. Let´s see how the ISO has improved in low light compared to the D7100.

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    • adam sanford

      Do we even know if it’s a new sensor? If not, you’ll only see high ISO improvements from the processor bump, which can’t be that much.

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    • robert garfinkle

      i hear it’s a toshiba sensor – can anyone confirm…

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    • Dave Lyons

      The time lapse has always been there but the added bracketing from 3 shots to 9 shots will be nice.

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    • Matthew Saville

      Unfortunately, the timelapse function only creates 1080p video, with the in-camera processing baked-in, so unless you’re just doing B-roll for a wedding or something, you’re usually better off just using the standard Nikon built-in intervalometer, to capture full-res RAW images for real timelapse creation. (A feature that Nikon has had for like, ten years?)

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    • Matthew Saville

      And yes, they are two different functions. The timelapse creation function is new, introduced on the D800 I think, but the intervalometer function has been around for many more generations, almost back to the very beginning of Nikon DSLRs actually.

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    • Matthew Saville

      The more reviews I read / watch about the D7200, the more it sounds like Nikon is trying to please as many people as they possibly can with the D7xxx line, while still leaving enough room for them to release a D400 or D350 if they absolutely must.

      And I think, considering the 7D mk2’s FOUR extra FPS compared to this camera, …Nikon is indeed going to have to pull that hat trick. I expect to see a D400 within 6-12 months. I know that goes against everything I’ve said so far, about how the D400 hope is dead, but I think I was wrong about that… 6 FPS versus 10 FPS is just too big of a difference, and the price gap is still kinda huge too. Nikon totally has room in their lineup for another $1800 DX DSLR, IMO.

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    • adam sanford

      Matthew, I agree 100%. I roll my eyes at those that say that a DX camera can’t cost more than an same-timeframe FX camera. That’s bonkers.

      Make a DX version of the D4S (without the grip) and Nikon will make a ton of money. Such rigs represent *spectacular* value propositions for the reach-obsessed birder/wildlife/sports folks: they can spend 1/4 the money for 90-95% of the IQ. That’s a bargain people will line up to pay for.

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