The Nikon D7100 is based around a 24.1MP DX-format CMOS sensor that’s been designed without an optical low-pass filter, maximizing its resolution for exceptionally sharp details. The EXPEED 3 image processor allows a continuous shooting speed of up to 6 frames per second. With an ISO sensitivity range up to 25600, the Nikon D7100 allows shooting in almost any condition.
The Nikon D7100 includes a redesigned AF system with a 51-point focus area with 15 cross-type sensors for detecting both vertical and horizontal variations to achieve fast, precise focus. The central cross-type sensor works down to f/8, which is an advantage when using compatible tele-converters. The Nikon D7100 also features the option of a 1.3x crop which allows you to get closer to your subject, as well as providing more image size options and faster processing of your images, including a faster 7fps burst rate.
Full HD 1080p video is supported on the D7100 and offers continuous autofocus, manual exposure control, a built-in stereo microphone and an external microphone and headphone jack. Recording at 60i, 50i, 30, 25 and 24 frames per second is possible and an HDMI output allows for direct screening on an HDTV or monitor. At 720p HD you can record up to 60 frames per second.
A 3.2" 1229k-dot TFT-color LCD provides 100% coverage and the optical viewfinder features an OLED display element for clear reading of the camera’s settings without removing your eye from the finder. Dual SD card slots allow for more memory options for use with SDHC and SDXC card. A built-in flash with commander function supports Advanced Wireless Lighting and a hot-shoe/accessory mount is available for Nikon speedlights.
I’ll be honest with you, I’m not sold on this one. For me, I’d take the D7000 over the D7100 nine out of ten times. The “redesigned” autofocus system is less accurate than the D7000, and the increase in resolution regressed high ISO performance by a couple generations. So what’s the redeeming factor you ask? Well… the optical viewfinder with OLED display is nice, and I suppose the 1.3x (really 2x) crop mode is useful for sports. A great “rent so you don’t buy” item.
- Nikon D7100 Camera Body
- Body Cap
- Manual or Cheat Sheet
- Camera Bag
PLEASE NOTE: Because of copyright regulations we cannot send the Nikon software with the camera.
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