Nikon D7200 DX-format DSLR w/ 18-140mm VR Lens (Black)

March 22, 2015 - Comment

Nikon introduces the D7200 Advanced DSLR Camera Body and for the first time adds the convenience of both integrated Wi-Fi and NFC. The new star of Nikon’s DX-Format line up brings your creative visions to life with blinding speed, extended low-light capabilities and fantastically detailed images. The Advanced Multi-CAM 3500 II AF sensor achieves focus

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Nikon introduces the D7200 Advanced DSLR Camera Body and for the first time adds the convenience of both integrated Wi-Fi and NFC. The new star of Nikon’s DX-Format line up brings your creative visions to life with blinding speed, extended low-light capabilities and fantastically detailed images. The Advanced Multi-CAM 3500 II AF sensor achieves focus even in dimly lit situation down to -3 EV at 100 ISO. Shooting sports, wildlife and action is simplified with 6 frames per second, 24.2 megapixel image capture. Then share your beautiful images easier than ever with a compatible smart device. Whether you’re a passionate photographer or videographer looking for a tool to ignite your creativity, a pro in need of a nimble second camera or someone looking for an ideal blend of versatility and convenience, the D7200 is ready for your challenge. Includes AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm SX ED VR Lens The extremely functional all-in-one zoom lens with both wide angle (18mm) and telephoto (140mm) capabilties for phenomenal pictures and movies in nearly any instance. The VR image stabilization will account for 4 stops of light meaning sharper handheld shots in low light and at telephoto distances, superb NIKKOR optics and advanced lens technologies that draw peak performance from Nikon’s high-resolution image sensors.

Comments

Kevin Cossaboon says:

Excellent camera with no Adobe LR5 support yet (as of March 22, 2015) I was the owner of the Nikon D7000 for quite a few years, and choose not to upgrade to the D7100. The D7200 I bought yesterday is a big jump from my D7000. This review is based on the change from D7000 to D7200 

Steven Sholtz says:

Treat. Yo. Self. I’m just a photography enthusiast so if you want a technical review, I’m quite sure they’ll be arriving soon, but from my amateur view this is an outstanding camera. I upgraded from a 5100 and the difference in feel and performance is immediately noticeable. I felt like I had outgrown the 5100 and this 7200 is immediately familiar yet the additional functions and the general quality make it feel like a pro camera. In the few photos I’ve taken, the results speak for themselves. If you’ve used…

etane says:

Good for now Been into digital photography since 2008. Unhappy with my photos I took when I took my then girlfriend now wife to trip where I proposed to her, I scoured the web on how to take better photographs. This led me to my first nikon dslr d80. Was stunned by how much cleaner the photos were even during the still of night. After weeks go by, I realised that I should have spent the extra dough and purchased the new d90 instead for the extra iso for low light. So, the d80 was returned. What I got…

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