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Nikon D7100 Digital SLR Camera Body (24.1 MP, 3.2 inch LCD)
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- 24.1 MP DX format CMOS sensor, with no OLPF for high image sharpness on even the finest details
- Professional level AF system utilising 51 focus points - 15 of which are cross-type
- 1.3x crop function, expanding the possibilities of DX format with extra telephoto effect, faster speed (up to 7 fps) and extra wide AF coverage
- Dual SD memory card slots allow overflow and backup recording or set to record RAW and JPEG individually
- Effects Mode allows selected effects to be applied to both stills and movies in live view
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Feature-packed with outstanding mobility, resolution and power, the D7100 from Nikon delivers superior DX performance taking your photography to the next level. The combination of the Nikon EXPEED 3 image-processing engine with a powerful CMOS image sensor designed without an optical low-pass filter, offers breathtaking, high-resolution images you can be proud of. And with the professional-level 51-point AF system and Full-HD movie capability this surprisingly light and compact D-SLR brings your vision to life.
Whether shooting landscapes, sports, wildlife or studio images, the new Nikon D7100 is designed for you. Housed in a durable dust and weather-resistant body, serious photographers can enjoy extraordinary results in a portable camera that can be taken anywhere.
The Nikon D7100 has taken a huge step up in image quality through an inspiring range of features. Its powerful 24.1 megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor guarantees sharp detailed images and by not employing an optical low-pass filter (OLPF), even the finest of textures like hair or feathers are captured in ultra-high definition. Nikon’s exclusive EXPEED 3 image processor brings high-speed operation, vibrant colour reproduction and enhanced noise reduction in both stills and movie footage. Capable of clear and exquisite image quality across the ISO 100 to 6400 range, and extendable to ISO 25600, the D7100 brings superior results even with fast-moving subjects in poor light.
Advanced Rapid Image Capture
By employing the same algorithm as the D4, the D7100 achieves much faster initial AF detection radically boosting the speed available to capture those decisive moments. 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 down to f8, AF can be used with many lens/teleconverter combinations making this a first for a camera in this class. This stress-free, precise focusing system is great for shooting at sports events or capturing the perfect wildlife shot and regardless of your photographic passion, the D7100 has AF-area modes optimised to suit your subject matter. For moving subjects try the powerful Dynamic-area AF or the intelligent 3D-tracking feature and for stationary subjects like landscapes the Single-point AF is perfect. Alternatively choose the D7100’s Auto-area AF which will automatically detect the subject closest to you and, combined with the Scene Recognition System utilising the 2,016-pixel RGB metering sensor, the accuracy will be further improved resulting in superior shots you’ll want to show off.
Get Closer to your Subjects
The 1.3x crop function offers a range of unique options that expand the possibilities of the DX format. Firstly, it opens up greater potential for both existing and new lenses by offering an additional 1.3x telephoto effect. In this mode, the 51 focus points cover an even wider area of the frame, right up to the edges, for exceptional subject acquisition. And faster operation becomes possible with continuous shooting of up to 7fps and Full HD movie recording of up to 50i/60i. These features combine to provide unique possibilities for shooting dynamic action and making the most of your telephoto lenses.
Ergonomically designed to ensure a stable hold in a compact shape, new 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. And whether you shoot through the high-performance viewfinder or use Live View on the high-intensity 8cm/3.2in 1229k-dot wide-angle LCD monitor, precise composition is supported with excellent visibility. With dimensions of 135.5 x 106.5 x 76mm and weighing under 774g even with the battery, strap rings and memory card, the D7100 is perfectly portable and ready to go wherever inspiration calls you.
Broadcast Quality Video at your Fingertips
High standards of image quality and ease of operability continue in Full HD movie mode. The D7100’s Multi-area D-Movie function offers all the flexibility required for photographers who want to shoot video. In DX format you can record Full HD (1080p) at 24, 25 or 30fps, and in 1.3x DX-crop format Full HD can be recorded at interlaced frame rates of up to 50/60fps. With a maximum recording time of almost 30 minutes, a wide variety of movie applications such as Live View operation and an array of special effects, your movies will come to life.
But great video performance isn’t everything; with the Nikon D7100 movies sound as good as they look. In addition to the built in stereo microphone, a mic jack allows use of an external stereo microphone such as the ME-1 Stereo mic for crisp sound recording and there is an audio-out socket for headphones too. And if you want to show your movie on the big screen you can connect to your TV using the HDMI connector.
Perfect Images with Ease
A variety of practical and innovative in-camera tools help to make the most of every shooting opportunity and ensure your pictures are captured to perfection. HDR (High Dynamic Range) controls overexposure and underexposure to render a well-balanced, natural image with little noise and with an extended range of tones. When facing extremely high-contrast lighting beyond the camera’s dynamic range, Nikon’s exclusive Active D-Lighting helps maintain details in the highlights without losing them in the shadows. And adding original touches to both stills and movies with a range of special effects and retouch options opens up a whole new world of image creation.
With the D7100, Nikon has thought of everything. Equipped with dual memory card slots, you can be flexible in how you shoot and store images. 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.
Finally; the amazing Nikon D7100 can be enhanced still further. The optional WR-1 wireless remote transceiver includes advanced features that enable the user to take control of almost all of the shooting operations as well as view and adjust the camera settings. Or by attaching the optional WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter to the camera’s USB connector, you can transfer images directly to a smartphone or tablet and control the camera remotely via the smart device.
Giving your photographic passions an adrenaline injection, the Nikon D7100 puts exceptional control in your hands. Your hunt for spectacular images starts here.
D7100 Camera Body
EN-EL15 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (with terminal cover)
MH-25 Battery Charger
BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cover
DK-5 Eyepiece Cap
DK-23 Rubber Eyecup
BF-1B Body Cap
UC-E17 USB Cable
AN-DC1 Neck Strap
ViewNX 2 CD
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I have been using D3100 for a couple of years made abut 10,000 shots and was feelign that my demands were higher that what the camera was offering. I was thinking about getting D610 or D7100. I have settled for D7100 mainly because, I had 35mm DX lens for D7100 and D610 would require great investment in lenses in order to fully exploit the sensor's capability. Also it is heavier. D7100 functionality is praised in every review, so I thought I will give it a shot.
I will get straight to business. What upgrades I really liked compared to D3100:
-More buttons. It means more confusion for the first few uses but if you are at least little bit intuitive you should be fine after a few days of usage. They will allow you to reach the desired setting much much quicker than you ever could with D3100. E.g. you need to press one button to change focus mode from AF-S to AF-C. Also, you need one button to change exposure metering and so on.
-Quicker AutoFocus. Yes, this has improved greatly from D3100 and I heard it has the same system as D610. It is bright, clear and you can feel quality performance. It has reduced incorrectly focused photographs compared to D3100.
-Auto White Balance. It has improved dramatically since D3100. I have never corrected AWB in my 1,000 shots made with D7100. Only shadows/highlights and added sharpness.
-U1 and U2 modes. These can be set individually independent from each other. I usually set one for moving objects and next for landscapes.
-Better dynamic range. I can get usable photos from completely underexposed photographs and get a nice sky from washed out highlights.Read more ›
I have read many of the reviews (not all positive) and wanted to add just a few points. The camera is more robust than the D90, albeit slightly larger and heavier. The features include several useful additions, one of which is the dual card feature which allows overflow, or separate recording of video and still shots. The screen is larger and the menus are easier to navigate; fundamental changes to your shooting modes are much easier to make on the move. For those having difficulty I can only suggest a decent instruction manual/video.
The big selling feature is the 24.1 MP ability of this camera which is fine for some situations but inevitably results in some drawbacks such as the speed of file transfers etc. In my view this camera is not about this MP feature rather it is about a model which is a semi professional product, yet with features enabling the amateur to take great photos without particular reference to complicated menus. Personally I like the U1 and U2 easily switchable custom menus which mean you can easily change your shooting modes on the run.
In conclusion a great camera which still depends on you to take a good picture, A good upgrade from a D90, but I wouldn't upgrade from a D7000, and if you are looking to upgrade from your D300s again I wouldn't upgrade as I don't think the 24.1 MP adds much, unless you intend to put a poster up on a 'Bill Board'.
Of course, you may still have to think long and hard about if the upgrade is worthwhile, and for the most part, it may not be recommended. It isn't a big jump between the D7000 and D7100, but there are some improvements that are immediately visible that have, already, made me confident about making the upgrade.
So, although I hope to write a more in-depth review in time, I wanted to give an 'out of the box' reaction.
The camera body is familiar to the D7000 for the most part, albeit with some improvements to the button layout and more of them. To me, it feels sturdier in the hand, more easy and comfortable to use and generally a nice refined improvement upon the D7000 design.
The menu has seen a slight improvement, and coupled with the larger and more detailed screen it provides a slightly more fuss-free and more beneficial experience, especially in Picture Review.
Design aside, here are my initial findings after putting it through my own tests:
- Autofocus speed and accuracy is snappy, accurate and more robust thanks to the 51 AF Point system. I couldn't be happier with the sharpness I'm getting from my DX lenses - And I seemingly won't need to use the dreaded AF Fine Tune. Again, and as with the rest of the camera, it feels like a more refined and tuned D7000. And one small point is that even moving the focus point between all 51 is quick and snappy.
- ISO performance is, I find, much improved from the D7000.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hmm - It's a good camera but to be honest I didn't notice too much of a difference between this and my D90. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great camera at a great price . Seller is very good and would definitely use again .Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great camera, great price, better specs than canon equivalent!Published 6 months ago by Will Larkin
Well, it has taken me a couple of months to write a review for this camera. Why? Well, at first I thought I had made a really big mistake. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ms. S. M. Williams
Great camera! This camera performed better than my old Canon 600D! Auto focus is very fast even in low-light which I had a huge issue with my old camera. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Keith Driscoll
Perfect camera. 3 year warranty online rather than on paper to be decided!Published 8 months ago by GRANVG