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The Nikon D7200 is a tough and versatile DSLR camera and a great upgrade or investment for enthusiast photographers.
Featuring a 24.2-megapixel DX sensor and fast 51-point autofocus the D7200 is suitable for a range of photographic pursuits such as landscape photography, portraits, wildlife photography and action. The D7200 can be used to produce detailed high-resolution stills even in challenging lighting conditions, thanks to its native ISO sensitivity range of ISO 100-25600 (expandable to 51200).
The D7200 uses Nikon’s advanced multi-CAM 3500 II autofocus system, which can achieve sharp focus results in conditions as dim as -3EV, equivalent to moonlight.
Benefitting from the Nikon EXPEED 4 processor, the D7200 is designed to help photographers capture fast-moving subjects, buffering full-resolution still images at 6fps for up to 100 frames when shooting in JPEG. While its 51-point AF, 15 of which are cross-type, covers a wide-area of the camera’s frame, ideal for tracking subjects. The D7200 also has some fantastic features to help photographers further explore their creativity, including automatic bracketing of up to 9 frames and built-in HDR photography features for creating images with eye-catching dynamic range.
Built-in time-lapse functionality allows D7200 users to create stunning sequences with smooth exposure transitions entirely in-camera. And for people who want greater control over the quality of their time-lapse videos, users can also apply a flat picture profile or record uncompressed footage to an external recorder via the optional HC-E1 HDMI Cable.
The D7200’s 3.2-inch 1.229k-dot RGBW LCD offers a crisp display for composing images, with an anti-reflective coating for easier operation under all conditions.
For photographers looking for DSLR quality and handling, the Nikon D7200 offers fast capturing, high ISO sensitivity performance, full manual control and superb creative features.
Nikon D7200 - Video recording and connectivity
Nikon D7200 owners can connect their cameras to Android and Apple iOS smart devices using Wi-Fi and NFC, for seamless photo sharing and wireless camera control.
Compatible with a vast family of Nikkor lenses, the D7200 boasts some decent video capabilities, such as recording in-camera time-lapse and Full HD video footage at up to 30fps. While users can also record 1080/60p video in 1.3x crop mode offers increased telephoto reach, ideal for recording footage of wildlife.
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