Nikon D7200: Featuring a 24MP Image Sensor, Expeed 4 Processor and Bundled Lens Kit
Nikon has introduced the D7200, a handy mid-sized SLR that packs in a lot in terms of sensor capabilities and connectivity schemes. The Nikon D7200 has been an exciting option for the pixel peepers and one can purchase the same from the leading online retail stores. Here is more about this efficient gadget:
The Nikon D7200 offers a 24MP image sensor that translates out of the 25MP sensor photo detector. In terms of image resolution, the Nikon D7200 offers 6000x4000 pixels as the maximum count besides supporting other resolutions in 3600x2400 and even 2400x1600 pixels as the lowest count. In terms of aspect ratio, the Nikon D7200 supports 3:2 and the standard 16:9. The APS-C sensor measures 23.5mmx15.6mm in terms of dimensions. Paired along with the CMOS image sensor is an Expeed 4 image processing unit. In terms of ISO sensitivity, the Nikon D7200 offers an extended range of 100-25600. The upper limit can be extended up to 102400 for shooting under low-light conditions. Besides the auto ISO mode, the Nikon D7200 also offers 12 white balance presets to rely upon. Custom white balance is included but the Nikon D7200 misses out on OIS. RAW image format is supported in addition to the fine, basic and normal JPEG quality levels.
The Nikon D7200 supports autofocus alongside the featured camera modes like face detection, phase detect, tracking and many more. The Nikon D7200 also features manual focus in addition to the 51 focus points to rely upon. The Nikon F lens mount on offer supports focal length multiplication for up to 1.5X.
The Nikon D7200 offers a 3.2 inch fixed LCD panel. In terms of display resolution, the Nikon D7200 offers 1228K dots. Touch supported isn’t available with this TFT LCD panel. Live View is supported in addition to the optical pentaprism as the dedicated viewfinder. The featured viewfinder offers 100 percent coverage and supports magnification for up to 0.94X.
Photography and Videography
The Nikon D7200 offers an extended shutter speed range of 30-1/8000 sec. Aperture and shutter priority modes are supported by the same besides the multiple scene based modes. The Nikon D7200 supports built-in flash via pop-up besides the extensive range of 12.00m and that too at ISO 100. External flash via hot-shoe is supported by the same. Burst shooting is allowed at 6 frames per second. Metering modes are stacked in plenty followed by the supported flash modes like auto, redeye reduction and many more. In terms of video support, Full HD movies can be recorded at 24fps. HD movies at 50fps can also be captured besides the 424p at 25fps. MPEG-4 and H.264 are the supported video formats. Stereo microphone and mono speaker are integrated as well.
Connectivity and Storage
The Nikon D7200 offers USB v2.0, mini HDMI output and built-in wireless support. HFC and remote access are featured besides the headphone and microphone port. Two memory slots are offered, supporting SD, SDXC and SDHC digital cards.
Build and Battery
The Nikon D7200 is environmentally sealed and is powered by the EN-EL15 battery unit.
An 18-140mm lens kit comes bundled with the Nikon D7200, offering Silent wave autofocus and VR capabilities.