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Make sure this fits by entering your model number. 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor No Optical Low-Pass Filter (OLPF) 51 point autofocus system; Focus Auto & Manual; Autofocus Points Phase Detection: 51 (15 Cross-Type) 6 frames per second (fps) shooting capacity EXPEED 4 image processing Built in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC) for instant sharing
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0:00 0:00 This video is not intended for all audiences. What date were you born? January February March April May June July August September October November December 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1944 1943 1942 1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916 1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 1908 1907 1906 1905 1904 1903 1902 1901 1900 Submit Adobe Flash Player is required to watch this video. Install Flash Player When looking to purchase a camera, my main concerns were low light capabilities, battery life, time-lapse capabilities, and cost. This camera exceeded all my expectations. - It handles higher ISO very well. Im very big on night photography. I usually will set the camera on 3200 - 6400 ISO and this has done an amazing job at keeping noise levels down and preserving detail. - There is a built in intervalometer for time-lapse. Some limitations are that you can have a max of 30 second exposures. However, that should cover 99% of your scenarios. - Battery life is phenomenal! When taking normal everyday photos, I have gotten 2000+ images on one charge. When doing long exposures, battery life is cut down to 1/3 as it takes battery to hold the shutter open. You can expect to get 5-6 hours of a 30 second exposure time lapse. - Image quality is fantastic, and the burst of 6 photos a second is more than I need. -Not having the deep pockets for a full frame camera, this was a great alternative. It easily competes with full-frame! -Have taken more than 30,000 images in the short time I have owned the camera and not a single problem. Work Horse. As an image can say much more than words, I will leave you with these samples.
Product really suffers from terrible kit lenses. Low light performance is very poor, worse than my Moto 6. It is medium heavy, so inappropriate for carrying around for long periods of time. The manuals are thick, the controls are complicated, and the learning curve is huge. Nikon simply does not know how to design cameras anymore. They are building severely overcomplicated operating systems comparable to Linux. The entry level models like the D5600 and D3500 are just as bad. This camera is inly appropriate for people who want to dedicate lots of time to education and lots of money to decent lenses.
I do a fair amount of photography. Took me a few years to decide what I liked best. Now I shoot Nikon cameras and Nikon lenses for the most part. I have one Tokina I wont part with. Cameras are individual taste, like pizza, or pistols, Fords or Chevys. Once you find a "fit" often you stay with it. I had a D7000 when it came out but the sensor spots drove me nuts. I knew one day Id replace it. Today I did that. I have a FX Nikon as well. I read about a zillion reviews of the D7200, looked at photos decent photographers took with it etc. for a long time. This camera was a known commodity for me before I bought it. Havent had much time with it .. the post office is run by idiots where I live and they got it here a day late then delivered to to one of my neighbors. I had to send out search and rescue to get it here. None the less I set it up and shot a little with it today. It is as expected. Its another great camera from Nikon. I put a Nikon grip on it, I like my cameras gripped for the ability to shoot without changing my hand position and I used winders back in the day. So the couple of frames I got today looked great, the color rendition is correct, the camera is accurate, fast, dead on focusing, had a myriad of adjustments for each user. Its what Ive come to expect from Nikon. I plan to shoot it plenty tomorrow with various lens and so on. Its going to be a great day. November 1, 2018; So Ive had this camera a few days. Its all I anticipated it would be. It works like silk and is the ideal companion for my D750. Sometimes when you want to "reach out and touch something" the crop factor and a 500 mm lens is the hot ticket. This D7200 fills the bill for me.
The best DX Camera you can buy! This camera has made me reconsider all I know about DX cameras. It is by far the best DX camera I have ever owned, and to that statement better than even some FX cameras. Super Fast Accurate Focus with selectable modes, number of points & groups Super Easy to use even for new users; most often settings at your finger tips Super Great low light focus - even indoors with minimal lighting The best image quality - Colorful, vibrant, Detailed Great Low light capabilities Wide Range of lenses and accessories to select from - grows with you. Weather sealed and rugged for outdoor use. I have a full write up and photos on https://www.truetoad.com/Reviews This is one awesome camera -
I was debating between the D7200, D7500, or going Mirrorless Full Frame with Sony. I know dual card slots and FF are a big thing for Professionals and high end enthusiast, but I wanted to get a camera that suits my needs. I upgraded from a D5100 which I loved, but it was time to retire that camera. I will admit that I miss my tilty-flip screen, but its not a deal breaker. I like taking shots of my fish tanks and family and its definitely a big upgrade when it comes to its low light capability. More so that my D5100...as it should. I know that the D7500 is better with low light situations and the lack of dual card slots isnt a big deal for me personally, but for the price and research I did, I found most prefer the D7200 over the D7500. Im enjoying this new camera and Ive been using it for a few weeks now. Great camera, great price, that is all.
FCCS Thomas Lohr
I was looking to upgrade from my D3300. I though about the D7500 but opted for the D7200 as it was less expensive. Now I am really glad that I chose it over its replacement. The D7200 is a better camera than the D7500 that was meant to replace it. I use it for professional real estate photography and it has performed spectacularly.
This camera is a powerhouse with a price point suitable for anyone and features usable by everyone. I use the D7200 for everything from personal family photos to professional photo shoots and events. This cameras has everything I need to get the job done and produces crisp, clear photos. The build quality is superb. It is on the heavy side, but not so heavy that it cannot be carried around all day or held steady for great shots. All the buttons, dials, and switches are tight and provide just the right amount of resistance to give the feedback needed to ensure you know when you have pressed the button or flipped the switch. Switches are tight enough that they do not flip on their own, but not so tight as to make it difficult to flip them in an instant. The menu is very straightforward and user focused. There is a user menu that allows to to customize many very specific aspects of the camera and a custom menu that allows you to favorite menu settings. By setting favorites, you can quickly access those settings at any time. Most of the user buttons can be reprogrammed to perform different functions, though the options are limited per button. However, this is a very nice feature to allow you to set certain button to do what you need them to do and have quick access to those functions. One of the best features of this camera that Nkon has removed from the newer model is the dual SD card. Having a Dual DS card allows you to have overflow, which is nice for many reasons, but more importantly, dual SD cards allows you to save duplicates of your photos. This means that if one of your SD cards happens to fail, you still have a second SD card with backups of your pictures. I use the backup feature for the very important shoots I do, such as weddings, as I dont ever want to have to tell a new married client that I lost their photos due to hardware failure. Overall, this camera is one of the best crop frame DSLR cameras Nikon makes and I would and do recommend it for everyone.
So I really have loved this camera with a few exceptions: - The wifi sucks. Why cant you adjust camera settings on this? It sucks the battery down and disconnects often. My little Sony RX100 IV blows the wifi on this camera out of the water. The newer Nikons also seem to have the same problems and they never update the app or past cameras like Sony does. - Quality and Service: luckily it had a week left on the warranty but the autofocus sensor went bad. Nikon was adamant that the camera arrive before the warranty expired even though I reported the problem, filled out the paperwork, and shipped the camera with a week+ left on the warranty. Really? Having it shipped before the warranty expired wasnt enough? The rep and the many I spoke to since then say no. - Service: Luckily they received it the day before the warranty expired (that was calculated based on purchase date not the date I received the camera by the way which I also found annoying). So after making me have the camera sit at the UPS office for the weekend to ensure they received it before the warranty expired they did not check the camera in (meaning no-one looked at it or did anything) for a week. I could still use live view focusing but viewfinder focusing just flashed red when trying to select a focus point. - Service Time: After someone finally looked at it they told me it would be 7 - 10 days from the time I approved the work (which was covered under warranty and did not give any information as to the problem). Sounds okay except that the first reps I talked to said it would be 7-10 days after they received it so add another 7 days to that). - Service Time: Even with the delay I still should have received the camera back for a trip I had coming up that was incredibly important. Alas, when I next checked on the status it had a parts hold. When requesting an ETA which I was told they would have for me in 24 hours, I didnt hear anything for three days, called again, same thing, no answer. Called again the following week and though I have been told the parts have arrived I still do not have an ETA. By the time I get it back they will have had it for over a month. I realize this is not the best camera for professional use but thats what I was using it for and I did not have my camera for the work. - Luckily I have a Sony as well. That thing has been dropped, banged, and more and still works just fine. The EVF cover broke off but the EVF still functions as it should. Hopefully I will get my camera back soon and will not have any other issues with it but while looking for my next camera Im leery of purchasing another Nikon. Ive had Nikons for years starting with the F100 (autofocus film camera) years ago, a D90, a D300, and this. Every other camera functioned flawlessly but Nikon seems to be struggling with the increasing technology thats necessary to compete in todays market. I would love it if they would just have good wifi because its extremely necessary for my work but this is just not there and everything Ive read about the D850 seems to back this up with their latests offering. Its seriously one of the cheapest investments they could make to make their cameras a above and beyond the competition. I just dont get it.. The hardware is there but the software is seriously flawed. Combined with the service its becoming increasingly difficult to stay with the brand.
If you want a simple camera, or a point and shoot camera, then consider the Nikon D3400 instead. The D3400 is cheaper and has the same number of MP. If you want a camera that gives you creative control over your photos and gives you a huge number of amazing features at a still affordable price, then you should seriously consider this camera. Plus - it can be used in point and shoot mode as you get used to and slowly take control. I have been shooting as a serious amateur since 1982. Im picky about detail. I used to shoot AGFA Ortho film at ASA 25 to obtain minimal grain in 20" by 30" B&W prints. This camera satisfies that desire at much faster ISO ratings. The metering has been excellent, and by saving images in large raw format I can use raw editors to pull details out of highlights and shadows better than I could get spending hours in the darkroom dodging and burning and using gradient masks. AMAZING. The camera is a little daunting. It has buttons and knobs and two screens. You can reprogram most of the buttons and knobs. The number of combinations is mind boggling... To help with that there are two User modes U1 and U2 that stores your settings, so you can shift between two commonly used modes very quickly. This camera can do time lapse photography, in-camera HDR, or to take bracketed shots to do post processing HDR. This model is very popular, and there are a lot of tutorials on the D7200 on YouTube. U Penn Commedia gives some very good introductory tutorials. One reason I bought the 7200 instead of the 7500 was compatability with all of my older AI and AF lenses. I have a lot of money sunk into old glass and I didnt want to let it go to waste. While it is possible to use AI lenses on a D3400 it cant meter them properly. The D7200 does do the metering properly in M and A modes (and U1 and U2 if they are set properly). It also has a motor in the body so it can use the old AF lenses. I have a couple of small complaints. The Pv button can be hard to get to with a large diameter VR zoom attached to the body. I wish the WiFi was easier to set up. But neither of those are serious issues. The only thing this camera lacks is a little door which dispenses coffee when Im out shooting landscapes.
This is my second Nikon D7200. No problem with the first one. Im still using it but Id rather have 2, one for a very heavy large lens, than to have to change lenses outdoors. I handhold for everything. The D7200 is far superior to the D7100 which has a banding problem. There was no learning curve going from the D7100 to the D7200. I only use my D7200 for photos taken outdoors (birds, critters and insects, farms, flowers and people in action, primarily) so I cannot comment on indoor performance or video performance. Outdoor action shots look good, too. I prefer going out on partly cloudy or mostly cloudy days and am very happy with image quality in those conditions. I both print oversized photos at home and display them digitally and they look great. I have won salon awards for photos taken with the D7200. I use Nikon lenses. The battery and battery charger for this camera is the same as the one for the D7000 and D7100 which is a big plus. I can tell you, however, that I am unhappy with the way this camera was shipped by Amazon. If I order something as expensive as a camera, I expect it to be delivered to my door and for me to have to sign for it. I live in an apartment complex. It came via USPS and they left it at the rental office in my apartment complex with no attempt to deliver to my door. Although they sign for it, they do not know whats in the package and I can only imagine how USPS and the office might handle it. I would like an option to elect that the package be signed for BY THE CUSTOMER and delivered by UPS or FedEx even if that option costs more. I did not include the way it was shipped when I gave this camera 5 stars.