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Nikon D7100 Camera Review

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Nikon D7100 Camera Specifications

Nikon has announced the modernization of the Nikon D7000 camera, released by the camera D7100, which features the same sensor 24-megapixel, such as the Nikon D5200 and Nikon D3200, but without a filter low optical pass in front of him. Theoretically, this camera should produce a higher resolution, although you will need high quality lenses to achieve it. The D7100 autofocus system has also been greatly improved by additional sensor points and algorithms derived from Nikon D4.

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A Nikon D7100 angle camera with 18-105 mm lens will be presented as an option. (Source: Nikon).

Who is dedicated to this camera?

The D7100 features a lot of specifications that can be offered to photo enthusiasts with impressive features compared to their price. The full-view lens size is large here, and it is an overlay of sharp data that makes it easy to view image capture information when it is collected.

Landscape and architectural photographers will welcome the removal of the low optical sensor filter because it will enable them to achieve very high resolution through the lenses. Photographers taking low-light images will appreciate ISO's outstanding performance in the camera and will appreciate noise reduction.

Professional photographers - especially personal photojournalists and weddings - can find a second useful structure for the Nikon D7100, especially if they want to reduce their weight but want to retain most aspects of professional performance and adaptability. Nikon's advanced wireless lighting support allows the use of internal flash to place commands for up to three sets of external flash units.

The camera's video capabilities offer many high-resolution recording settings (although none are in the standard definition). Users benefit from fully automatic image adjustments, manual control within exposure and recording levels, and an external microphone and headphone to the camera.

Photographers in the field of sports and wildlife must have a continuous shooting speed of 6 frames per second, especially when using the camera in 1.3x shear mode, where the range of autofocus sensors covers most recording space. However, for those who prefer to record raw files, the limited memory buffer capacity will be a problem. (High buffer capacity only available with JPEG clips).

What are the new features?

 Practically, the Nikon D7100 is similar to its predecessor Nikon D7000. Their control buttons are similar, as shown in the comparison images below.

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View the top side of Nikon D7100 (top) and Nikon D7000 (lowest). (Source: Nikon).

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- A new setting of effects has been added to the Styles Disc, providing users with a similar palette of adjustments in the camera for the effects settings in the Nikon D5200. This mode or mode can access seven settings that apply to the following effects: night vision, color of drawing, zoom effect, selective color, high key or low key. This array is similar to the effects settings available in the Nikon D5200. As in that camera, only JPEG images are processed; if the camera is set to record NEF.RAW files, high-quality JPEG files will be recorded instead.

 - The measurement mode button has been moved back to save space for the new movie recording button, which is in the same place as the Nikon D600 and Nikon D800. (This button is active only when the camera is in direct view movie mode).

- The switch between the manual and automatic focus is located at the top of the auto / manual focus lever.

- There is a pair of stereo microphone networks in front of the hot shoe.

- The positions of ISO buttons / reduction and quality / zoom were reversed.

- The direct display selector has been moved below the stock panel, which now consists of a lever button to switch between recording still images and recording movies.

- The display is larger, with 3.2 inches and the accuracy has increased to 1228800 points. The new RGBW alignment is used to increase brightness with an integrated structure of glass and panels for a clear display compatible with screens within the Nikon D4, D800 and D600 series cameras.

- Can zoom up to 38 times and is available for DX image playback (24x16).

- The scene recognition system receives data from the 2016 RGB sensor and the image sensor in the camera and uses the brightness and color information to autofocus and exposure. If necessary, it sets the i-TTL flash control controls and automatic white color balance.

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The dual card slots can accommodate two memory cards and the camera can be configured to send data to one or both cards. (Source: Nikon).

  • the video

The movie recording capabilities have been upgraded to suit those of the most 'professional' DSLR Nikon. Like the Nikon D5200, Nikon D7100 can register both in interlaced (i) and progressive (p) format.

For full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), users have a choice of 30, 25, and 24 frames / sec (fps) using progressive scanning, as well as interlaced frames rates of 50 and 60 frames per second in 1.3x shear mode and HD resolution (1280 x 720 pixels). Unlike the Nikon D5200, there is no option to record VGA clips to display the standard definition.

The built-in microphone accepts the stereo, and there is a new headset that allows you to record music while recording. The table below shows bit rates and maximum recording capabilities. Aperture or shutter priority modes can not be used to record videos, although you can adjust the shutter speed and ISO sensitivity in M ​​mode, provided that this is done before recording starts. You can record a fixed frame while shooting a movie, but with a 16: 9 aspect ratio only. The available image sizes are displayed in the table below. The camera is capable of delivering uncompressed video over an HDMI port. However, we were unable to test this feature because there was no proper recording device.

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