Photography with DSLRs usually depend on the way you handle the camera and try out things to make the capture speeder and bring out the best quality. Nikon’s new DSLR camera, the Nikon D7200, focuses just on that – i.e. the capture speed as well as the sharpness in details of the pictures captured.
This is a 24.2-megapixel lightweight DSLR camera which is focused for both, photo and video enthusiasts. The major changes or upgrades include a sharper image quality, faster buffer speed and autofocus improvement in low light captures, as well as a lot of changes in video capturing as well.
“Those passionate about photography are constantly looking for the next challenge and Nikon is committed to providing the tools necessary to take that passion to the next level,” said Masahiro Horie, Director of Marketing and Planning, Nikon Inc. “The new DX-format Nikon D7200 offers the next level of performance for the enthusiast photographer that wants to creatively capture exceptional images and HD video that can be easily shared with friends and family.”
The D7200 doesn’t have the optical low-pass filter, thus the photos get much sharper now. The core of the camera also features an EXPEED 4 processor, which provides 30% faster image processing than the camera’s predecessor, the D7100. ISO ranges from 100 to 25,600.
The new bigger buffer will be able to now, have 18 14-bit RAW photos, 27 12-bit compressed photos or equal to 100 JPEG photos. There’s a “pro-caliber” 51-point autofocus system that covers a large part of the DX-format area. For viewing, the Nikon D7200 comes with 3.2-inch, 1.23-million-dot LCD screen and on the inside, there is an OLED unit that helps in better viewing while capturing photos using the viewfinder.
With the D7200, 1080p HD video recording at 30/25/24p (and 60/50p in 1.3x crop mode), auto ISO sensitivity in manual mode are possible.
The Nikon D7200 will be available from early April 2015, and the price is set at $1200 for body only, and $1700 if you want a Nikkor 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens along with it. The ME-W1 wireless microphone will be available in March 2015 for $249.95* SRP, while Nikon’s View NX-i software will be available on March 17, 2015 as a free download.