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- Great for beginners, but not for professionals
- Good image quality
- Fast autofocus speed and accuracy
- Solid weatherproofing
- Price is reasonable
Nikon D7100 review: A good camera, but not a no-brainer buy
Conclusion Like the Canon 60D and T4i when they were young, the Nikon D7100's advantage over its lower-cost sibling, the D5200, isn't photo quality; it's speed and build quality.
Hands down the best DSLR around a thousand bucks.
I have been using this camera for over 2 years. It has a solid, weather-resistant body and has been a faithful companion in different conditions, various terrains, and in several countries, and has never let me down for any shot I wanted to capture. Know your technique right, and this camera will ki...
Great used camera for a GREAT price!
I was in the market for a second camera, but really didn't want to pay full price for a new camera. I already have a large number of Nikon friendly equipment, so I wanted another Nikon camera. I did some research and decided to go with the D7100. I opted to go with a used gray market version. Yes, t...
Nikon D7100 Hands-On Review (With Cineroid EVF Test)
Of course, that annoying aperture control for video, but by now we're just used to that the camera handles well, it's got the best focusing available from Nikon, dynamic range is impressive and the photo quality is sharp. Sharp sharp high ISO performance is about the only downs that I can see here and that's only because of its sensor size, all in all. If you're a landscape photographer you're going to love this, if you're a wildlife or sports shooter you're, going to like the crop factor that you can get you're going to like the fast frame rate and the cameras certainly rug enough to handle it
I bought this as a Nikon factory refurbished camera after using a D3300 for several months and realizing that it would not meet my requirements for much longer. The camera is, as far as I can tell, brand new. I am a technically minded person and found the lack of direct access to camera settings via...
Nikon D7100 First Impression Hands-on
The d7100 has been improved and tweaked to make it in terms of performance a bit higher end, although let's face it, the body is still the same. Better wear a ceiling though, but just how good some people think that this could be the best crop sensor. Dslr around, maybe, if you want the ruggedness of a pro body, this isn't the one, but what I want to find out is just how well dis performs when compared to some of the other high-end crop sensor DSLR, you
Bought w/o warranty, it died today.
I got great pics at two air shows and had been quite happy as it replaced a D-7100 I dropped and destroyed. Today I made sure I had two charged batteries and the PNY Elite 64GB chips I use. Much to my dismay, the camera turned on yet would not take a picture in any mode or setting. Even the video wo...
This is a step up from my D3200. The differences in size and weight are dramatic and can be quite surprising if you purchase site un-seen. The body is the same size and shape as Nikon's D610. This camera, however, is not Full Frame like the D610. It is a crop sensor, which means you will need to be ...
Wonderful Camera for an incredible price
What a wonderful camera! I shopped for weeks trying to find a camera that wouldn't destroy my bank account, but is higher than a pro-sumer. I think this is a perfect fit. It is a little older and has been officially replace with the 7200, but the WiFi, Bluetooth, and various upgrades did not convinc...