Poised to deliver in the most challenging of situations, Nikon's D7200
is a versatile DX-format DSLR that caters to both still photography and
video users. Featuring a 24.2MP CMOS sensor which lacks an optical
low-pass filter, and an EXPEED 4 image processor, the D7200 is able to
record up to 6 fps at full-resolution, or 7 fps at a 1.3x crop, with a
100-frame buffer for extended high-speed shooting. This sensor and
processor combination also avails a top native sensitivity of ISO 25600,
which can further be expanded to black & white-dedicated ISO 51200
and ISO 102400 sensitivities. Full HD 1080p video recording is supported
up to 60 fps, and in-camera time lapse shooting with automatic exposure
smoothing is possible for up to 9,999 consecutive frames. In addition
to the sheer imaging benefits, the D7200 also incorporates a large 3.2"
1,229k-dot LCD monitor, dual SD card slots, and features built-in
snapbridge Wi-Fi connectivity with NFC for simple linking of your mobile
device. Capable of performing in both still and video realms, the D7200
is an all-around shooter that blends sophisticated imaging technologies
with refined handling and design.
Rounding out its feature-set, the D7200 is also characterized by an apt
51-point AF system, with 15 cross-type points, for quick and accurate
focusing in a variety of conditions. The 3D Color Matrix Metering II
system, which utilizes a 2,016-pixel RGB sensor, also benefits the
focusing capabilities in addition to providing precise exposure metering
capabilities. Further realizing a complete imaging solution, a series
of Picture Control profiles can be applied to refine the color and tonal
handling of imagery.
Included with the D7200 body is the wide-angle to telephoto zoom AF-S DX
NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens, which features VR image
stabilization to minimize camera shake to suit working in dimly-lit
conditions and with longer focal lengths. One aspherical element and one
extra-low dispersion element are integrated into the lens' design to
minimize aberrations and optimize image sharpness and an SWM autofocus
mechanism is used to acquire focus quickly, silently, and accurately.