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Nikon D7200 Announced: Not a D400, Still a 7D Mark II Competitor?
Nikon’s D7100 replacement has been officially announced, so we can finally end all the speculation and wishful thinking about what it might be, or what it should be, or which competition it aims for. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the Nikon D7200.
Prosumer Showdown: Nikon D7100 vs Canon 70D
Both Canon and Nikon now have their new Prosumer cameras on the market now, but which one takes the cake? The Nikon D7100 is Nikon’s top of the line crop sensor body boasting many pro features and a partial magnesium alloy body. The Canon 70D is Canon’s latest crop sensor body (the rumored and expected 7D Mark II would be the top of their line crop body). Both cameras are popular choices for semi-pro and advanced amateurs looking for pro features at a consumer price.
Nikon D7100 Field Review: Breaking The Mold, Again
Nikon seems to be the champion of “trickle-down features”. What does that mean? Over the ~4 generations of Nikon DSLRs that have come out in the past decade or so, Nikon has had the habit of taking flagship features from their high-end pro cameras, and putting those features in the more affordable model cameras. When the Nikon D300 came out along side the flagship D3, it was a $1800 camera with roughly the same autofocus system as a $5,000 camera.
Is The Nikon D7100 Going To Replace The D300s and The Pro DX Series? Maybe Not!
When the Nikon D7100 was announced, I was definitely impressed by pretty much every one of it’s features. Namely, this is by far the most affordable camera body to EVER have flagship autofocus, of any DSLR manufacturer ever.
DSLR Announcement: The Nikon D7100 – Evolution, or Revolution?
The Nikon D7100 is here. A 24 megapixel DX 1.5x crop sensor DSLR in the advanced amateur class, AKA the “prosumer” class. It is supposed to be the replacement of the Nikon D7000, however the D7100 has one major change that could make it worlds different than it’s predecessor. It has no low pass filter, also known as an anti-aliasing filter.