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Nikon D7200 Digital SLR Camera Body (24.2 MP, Wi-Fi, NFC) 3.2-Inch LCD Screen
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- Capture images with wide dynamic range, low noise and rich colour gradation made possible with the 24.4 MP DX-format sensor
- Nikon's EXPEED 4 processor boosts the camera's overall performance
- Wi-Fi and NFC support make your images easy to share instantly
- Highly durable, dust-proof and moisture resistant build. The shutter unit is tested to 150,000 releases
- Shoot in continuous release mode with a shutter speed of 4 seconds or slower, and record as many images as your media card and battery life will allow
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In a first for a DX camera, the D7200 enables precise subject acquisition down to -3 EV, thanks to its autofocus system inherited from Nikon's legendary professional cameras.
D7200 Camera Body - Black
EN-EL15 Rechargeable Li-ion battery
MH-25a Battery charger with UK plug
DK-25 Rubber eyecup
UC-E17 USB cable
AN-DC1 Camera Strap
BF-1B Body Cap
DK-5 Eyepiece Cap
DK-23 Rubber Eyecup
Reference CD (containing the reference manual)
Nikon Europe Service Warranty Card
From the Manufacturer
Inspiring creativity with more speed, image quality and connectivity, the D7200 from Nikon is ready to match the ambition of every photographer. With a host of features inherited from Nikon's renowned FX models, this nimble DX-format D-SLR delivers sumptuous stills and video, making it easy to shoot subjects without limitations.
Raising the bar yet again the D7200 offers sharp photos and full HD video. With a large 24.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor and Expeed 4 image processing maintaining higher quality all the way up to ISO 25600, images boast very wide dynamic range, low noise and rich colour gradation. By not employing an optical low-pass filter (OLPF) Nikon have ensured even the finest of textures like hair and feathers are captured in ultra-high definition. To gain extra reach, speed and wider AF coverage, Crop mode extends the reach of DX lenses by 1.3x and lets you shoot at up to 7 fps.
The incredible flexibility this camera offers is further assured by the pro-grade AF system that radically boosts the speed available to capture those decisive moments. Sensitive down to -3 EV, a total of 51 focus points with 15 cross-type sensors are utilised covering a wide area with high density. And thanks to the compatibility of the centre focus point with maximum lens apertures as small as f8, AF can be used with many lens/teleconverter combinations. This stress-free, precise focusing system is good for shooting at sports events or capturing the better wildlife shot and regardless of your photographic passion the D7200 has AF-area modes optimised to suit every subject matter.
Uploading images to your favourite social networking sites has never been easier. A dedicated Wi-Fi  button allows direct access to Wi-Fi settings, while NFC  support for compatible smart devices, makes image transfer as simple as tapping your camera to your device. Pre-select the images or video so they are automatically transferred when you use an NFC connection or for a single shot, directly transfer the picture displayed in playback mode by pressing the Wi-Fi button. When it's time for extra lighting, with intelligent i-TTL flash control and a commander function you can wirelessly trigger and control up to two groups of remote Nikon speed-lights from the camera. So whether you are recording special moments with the family or posting a snap of your new outfit, you can capture and share stunning images in an instant.
With video features inherited from Nikon’s professional cameras, the D7200 is a highly capable moviemaking tool, with the Multi-area D-Movie function offering all the flexibility required for photographers who want to shoot better video. Recording Full HD movies at up to 25p/30p, there is also the option to switch to 1.3x crop mode and record at up to 1080/50p/60p. Taking full control you have the ability to create the movies you intended with an array of intuitive settings. Shoot with auto ISO control in M mode in order to make smooth transitions between dark and bright areas, use Zebra mode to see exactly where highlights are blown and apply the flat picture control setting for easier colour grading in post-production.
Recognising the importance of sound quality, this camera boasts enhanced audio controls that let you select the sound range (wide/voice) and reduce wind noise when recording with the built-in stereo microphone. Ensuring your shoot runs smoothly, a dedicated movie menu lets you store all movie settings in one place, while simultaneous capture of your footage can be recorded to the dual SD memory card slots and to an external recorder via the HDMI connector .
A range of features harness the power of the D7200’s core technology, ensuring you’re free to experiment and get as creative as you please. When shooting, the large 8 cm (3.2 inch) 1229k-dot colour-tune LCD monitor lets you adjust the colour balance and brightness to suit your personal preference, while the anti-reflective coating enables easy operation in any conditions. For flexible composition offering 100 per cent frame coverage, the viewfinder also boasts an organic EL display element for a bright, high-contrast information display with low power consumption. Ergonomically designed to ensure a stable hold in a compact shape, usability functions are within easy reach for viewfinder, live view and playback. The improved ‘i’ button gives you direct access to frequently used functions, while the spot white balance can be set quickly when shooting in live view.
Taking full advantage of the auto-mode functions available and working to ensure you capture images with the finest possible results, the D7200 has an array of shooting features. Using the time-lapse photography mode, save images as movie files and view slow action in fast playback or shoot in continuous release mode with a shutter speed of 4 seconds or slower and you can produce spectacular light-trail photography.
 Requires installation of the Nikon wireless mobile utility application (iOS and Android compatible) on your smart device.
 Near Field Communication (NFC) works with compatible smartphones and tablets. Requires installation of the Nikon wireless mobile utility application and image-transfer setting prior to use.
 An HDMI cable (not supplied) with a Type C connector is required.
 Tested in accordance with CIPA standards.
With the D7200, Nikon has thought of everything. Built to withstand diverse conditions the durable body is both dust and weather resistant. Capture up to 1110 stills or 80 minutes  of movie footage on a single charge thanks to the ultra-compact and lightweight lithium-ion rechargeable battery. And with all this shooting power the dual memory card slots mean you can shift easily to a second card when the first is full or shoot stills on one and movies on the other. Either way, the camera is compatible with the UHS-I standard for faster data transfer on SDHC or SDXC memory cards to ensure fast and productive shooting.
When you thought it couldn't get any better, the Nikon D7200 can be enhanced still further. With Nikon’s full range of DX-format lenses, a wide range of FX lenses, dedicated accessories and Nikon software all at your disposal, you can expand your creative capabilities.
Fast, versatile and fully connected, the Nikon D7200 gives you the freedom to shoot subjects with effortless ease.
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Top Customer Reviews
I love this camera. I am finally able to do what I have always dreamed of doing - photograph wildlife (especially birds), and take my own reference photos for my artwork! I bought the Nikkor 55-300mm f4.5-5.6 lens to go with it and didn't bother with the kit lens. The camera shoots at a steady 6fps (7fps in 1.3 image area size) and has shutter speeds up to 1/8000th of a second and quick and snappy autofocus - perfect for shooting wildlife. There is a huge number of highly customisable settings for any type of photography. The auto modes are also really good for people just starting out, though the auto white balance can look a little off sometimes. It comes with two SD card slots so no fear of running out of memory. The battery just seems to last forever! The only gripe I have is that the camera body is kind of heavy - but after 9 years of using a cheap compact camera I guess it's something I just need to get used to!
If you've been weighing it up between the D5500/D7100 and the D7200, don't hesitate, take the plunge!
Auto focus in accuracy and speed is nothing short of mind blowing. No back focussing issues that I'd always suspected were my technique; well, it wasn't me! EV range of 14 stops is incredible meaning low light autofocus is achievable with D7200 where the D7000 would be floundering.
Command dials, menus selection and information display integration are massively improved. Press the button and the rear info button, and the rear LCD pings into life with idiot proof infographics on what to do to achieve settings required. So beautifully simple, quick and visual; a significant improvement on D7000.
LCD screen is a very obvious improvement: not much bigger but a lot brighter and clearer. You still can't chimp in bright sunlight, but so what? All the more to look at on your computer back at base.
Bracket exposure now goes up to 9 frames! And soooo easy to set increments. Such a boon for HDR or those tricky landscape/sky exposure dilemmas.
Effects is now a choice on the mode dial rather than being hidden in the retouch menu. I've never used them, but now I just might (JPEG only) even though I shoot in RAW (NEF).
DX and crop 'frame'. Thought this was a gimmick until I tried it: Tamron 70-300 VC lens (FX lens, DX compatible = 105-450mm); shoot in crop mode and the 24mp sensor behaves like 16mp, giving my lens a virtual 600mm reach. Impressed! There's some internal alchemy where this crop mode enables some WhizzBang video format...Read more ›
Several weeks of research, looking at Sony, Canon and Nikon lead me to what I
first thought and I bought the Nikon D7200 with the 18 - 105 kit lens.
I have had this camera for only two days but already I am convinced it was the right move.
There are so many features it would take a book to describe them all, so I'll just mention a few.
The time lapse feature, which I have used on my Nikon D5100 many times is even better on the D7200.
It not only takes the pictures but it creates a movie of them in camera.
The mirror lock up is just what I need for astrophotography, and the exposure delay will come in handy as well.
Changing the ISO, Quality, WB, Exposure compensation, Metering and Focus modes are so easy to master and
all done without going into one menu.
The last time I saw a DOF preview was on my old SLR camera. It is handy to have but if you don't want it you can
programme it to perform another function as you can the Fn button and the AE-L/AF-L button.
The screen is nice and bright and the viewfinder gives you 100% coverage, what you see is what you get.
Having the release options at your finger tips is a really nice feature, and the focus modes are just as easy to adjust.
The focusing is quick and accurate and having the Command Panel showing shutter speed, aperture, ISO, battery life as
well as others like exposure comp, status of both SD cards and number of exposures remaining is a real advantage.
It is an amazing camera, more so for me as I've come from a D5100.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The camera itself is fantastic however the one i received from amazon had been opened and contained no literature I wasn't convinced it wasn't a returnew item so it promptly went... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jimbo
A long overdue upgrade from an ancient D80! Main reason for upgrading was the poor low light performance of the D80, the D7200 is much, much better. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dwarf L.
I have now had time to get a feel for the camera and test it at Kew Gardens. I definitely made the right choice. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Medica
I will amend this review if and when this arrives. Its a few days late. Normally it doesnt concern me much but this is rather expansive.Published 2 months ago by raphael
This is a fine camera, and I have no problem with its delivery. Unless you are very rich, you should be doing your camera research on specialist photographic websites, not... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jacktar