Nikon D7100

Nikon D7100 Ups

  • 1080p HD video with full AF during recording
  • High sensitivity (images probably full yusable up to ISO 3200)

Nikon D7100 Downs

  • The buffer for continuous shooting is really too limited: 5 pictures in Raw. This is totally unacceptable for most cases of sports and wildlife photo.
  • Continuous shooting slows down by 1 fps when you start using RAW format
  • Will the lack of the Low-Pass filter in front of the sensor create issues with moiré (even if the D800e sensor seems to show that this is a non-issue on big sensors)?
  • Is the D7100 a replacement for the D7000 or is it also the last nail on the coffin of the D300s? The D400 will probably exist later in 2013.
  • Nikon D7100 features

    • CMOS 24.1 MP DX-format sensor (APS-C), no low-pass filter in front of the sensor
    • Sensitivity: ISO 100-6400 (ext. ISO 25600)
    • Shutter speed: 30s à 1/8000s
    • Flash Sync (X) at 1/250s
    • Bursts: up to 6 fps at full frame resolution or 7fps in 1.3x crop mode (15.4MP resolution)
    • Exposure metering via a 2016 color zones sensor
    • D-Lighting and D-Lighting bracketing for high contrast subjects
    • Video capture: 1080 HD at 24/25/30/50/60 fps
    • 51-point Autofocus system (incl. 15 cross-type and 3D tracking)
    • Autofocus available at f/8 on center sensor
    • Viewfinder: Pentaprism, with 100% coverage, 0.96x magnification
    • Fixed LCD 3.2″ (8.2 cm) screen of 1.228.800 pixels
    • Two memory slots: SD/SDHC/SDXC (can be used for overflow or backup storage or for separate storage of copies created using NEF+JPEG; pictures can be copied between cards)
    • In-camera flash 12 GN at 100 ISO
    • USB 2.0
    • HDMI output
    • Entrée micro stéréo
    • Battery: EN-EL15 Lithium-Ion
    • 690g (780g with the battery & memory card)

    Nikon D7100 list price

    Nikon D7100

    Nikon D7100 on battery grip

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