- Resolution: 24.2 MP
- Sensor size: 23.5 x 15.6 mm
- Screen size: 3.2 inch
- Sensor type: CMOS
- Type: DSLR
- Wi-Fi: Yes
- NFC: Yes
- Built-in Flash: Yes
- Red Eye Reduction: Yes
- Battery Type: EN-EL15 Lithium-ion
- LCD Info Display: TFT
Nikon D7200: Featuring a 24MP Sensor and the EXPEED 4 Image Processor
Nikon unveils the latest D7200, an upgraded version of its immensely popular D7100. While the build quality is persisted with besides a similar design, Nikon packs in a faster processor to rely upon. The specs sheet associated with this promising gadget can be detailed as follows:
The D7200 boasts of a 24.2MP CMOS Image sensor sans the optical low pass filter. This mid-size SLR features maximum image resolution of 6000x4000 pixels besides supporting multiple aspect ratios is 3:2 and 16:9. The APS-C sensor measures 23.5mmx15.6mm and works in unison with the Expeed 4 image processor. In terms of ISO sensitivity, the D7200 exhibits a range of 100-25600 which can be expanded up to 102400, mostly in black and white mode. This camera offers built-in autofocus with 51 focus points to rely upon. 15 cross type sensors are featured as well. Burst shooting mode is also supported at 6 frames per second. This can be extended up to 7fps in the 1.3X crop mode. Longer burst are also supported with the larger buffer.
Photography and Videography
The D7200 supports 12 white balance presets in addition to the custom white balance mode. Image stabilization is given a miss but the RAW uncompressed format makes up for this omission. Basic, Normal and Fine JPEG quality levels are also featured. Besides autofocus, the D7200 also features the manual focus and the Nikon F lens mount. Focal length multiplier at 1.5X is also featured. Aperture and shutter priority modes are supported as well in addition to the built-in flash, with a range of 12.00m. Multiple flash modes in Auto, Fill Flash and many more are incorporated with this SLR which also supports external flash via hot shoe. Exposure compensation mode is supported in addition to the WB and AE bracketing.
In terms of video recording, the D7200 supports Full HD movies at 60-24 frames per second. HD and 480p captures are also supported at 60 and 30 fps, respectively. The 1.3X crop mode facilitates 1080p captures at 60 and 50 frames per second. Stereo microphone is included with the Mono speaker integrated. Time-lapse recording is also supported.
The D7200 boasts of a fixed 3.2 inch LCD panel with a resolution of 1229K dots. Touch support is missing but the Live View option makes up for the same. Optical pentaprism is included as the Viewfinder with 100 percent coverage and 0.94X as the magnification limit.
Connectivity and Storage
The D7200 boasts of USB 2.0 with a transfer speed of 480Mbit/sec. Mini-HDMI port is supported in addition to the microphone and headphone ports. Built-in wireless support is rendered with featured NFC, facilitating faster file transfers. The orientation sensor is also included with this camera with optional GPS. Two card slots are provided in terms of expandable storage, via SD, SDXC and SDHC digital cards.
Design and Battery
The D7200 features dust and water resistance besides weighing 675g. In terms of dimensions, this camera measures 136mmx107mmx76mm. Powering the D7200 is the EN-EL15 battery pack, supporting up to 1110 shots on a single charge.
Nikon D7200 Rivals:
Canon EOS 700D
Canon EOS 7D
Canon EOS 70D