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- Product InformationThe Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera features a digital 24.1 MP sensor that allows you to capture clear images. Its 3.2-inch display provides you with a convenient view of the image files. Lightweight at 1.49 lb, this camera can be carried around with ease.
- Camera TypeDigital SLR
- Resolution24.1 MP
- LCD Screen Size3.2"
- Weight0.67 Kg
- Camera Resolution24.1 MP
- HD Recording Format1080p
- White BalanceAuto,Cloudy (Preset),Daylight / Sunny (Preset),Flash (Preset),Fluorescent (Preset),Incandescent (Preset),Manual,Shade (Preset)
- Memory TypeSD Memory Card,SDHC Memory Card,SDXC Memory Card
- ISO Speeds100-6400
- Interface TypeUSB
- Battery TypeRechargeable Li-Ion Battery
- Height10.67 cm
- Width13.46 cm
- Depth7.62 cm
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- mark.d2306 Jul, 2013by
Truly awesome bit of gear for the price, my whole family love it.
I bought this camera to upgrade from run of the mill cameras. To my surprise its easy to use and takes great photos and HD movie recording as well. The storage capacity is awesome it can take up to 128g of sd memory. Being an amateur photographer is now a thing of the past, I wouldn't say I'm a pro yet but the photo quality available with different lenses is brilliant. If I have to point out a problem it would be that it is slightly on the heavy side, apart from that I can't fault it. It's obviously not a top end camera but I would say for the price bracket that its in and the accessories available make a significant competitor.
- sachifdo24 Dec, 2014by
Awesome photography experience with Nikon D7100
This is one of the best productions from Nikon. Such a user friendly camera with amazing options. One of the best cameras I have ever used.
- narcan0117 Feb, 2016by
Overall very capable camera at a decent price point
This camera has everything where it should be ergonomically. Feels solid, but not too heavy. Weather resistant, great battery life, fast and accurate low light focus, can use old MF film lenses, can use not so old AFD lenses, intuitive and responsive to use with eye to viewfinder and plenty of manual control. What more could you want? Sports shooters will have to go to Jpeg to get decent buffer performance. I see this as more of a portrait, landscape, wildlife, nature camera than a fast action sports camera. Though, with jpegs it is fast and can keep shooting with a fast card. The exposure and dynamic range also means that jpegs are usually pretty well exposed. Very good bang for the buck.
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- kharod12312 Sep, 2014by
Still the best dx format camera Nikon have to offer until D7200 is released
Upgraded from a D5100 to D7100 and i can tell you, its Completely different level of quality. Very happy with the unit overall, especially when shooting in low light. The only annoying thing about the camera is the dual locking dials, but i can probably just get used to it.
- grelarcat05 Sep, 2014by
In my opinion the best APS-C camera to date.
Nikon's D7100 is a significant upgrade on the D7000. The most notable improvement being it's ability to focus in ridiculously low light. As you would expect with 24MP and the removal of the low pass filter the images are really sharp. They are the best I've seen from a APS-C format camera. With refinements such as the new quick menu, more program options for the Fn & Fv button & the lock on the function dial the D7100 is a whole new camera, not just an upgrade of the old one. Ex D7000 shooters will be a bit miffed by swapping of the zoom buttons but you'll soon get used to it. You'll also notice when setting exposure manually the direction of operation for the command wheel has been reversed to match Canon but you can change it in the menu to your preferred mode. Traditional Nikon users may be initially be taken back by the lack of a hard screen protector. Nikon was always the only manufacturer to offer this so they are now in line with the others. Image review is better without the screen protector and if you are worried about it you can always cut down a phone screen protector and fit that.Read full review
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