Nikon D7200
B

Based on 55 reviews

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  • Great for low light
  • Good battery life
  • Excellent image quality and performance
  • Easy to use

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This is a GREAT camera and a really good value for what you ...
I replaced a Nikon D50 which was about 10 years old. This is a GREAT camera and a really good value for what you get. I love the lens. I previously had two lenses, one 18-55mm and one 55-200mm, and was constantly switching lenses. This camera and 18-140mm lens is very versatile. The camera is fast. ...
5/5
J Andrews
4 years ago
amazon.com
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This Work Horse Easily Competes with Full-Frame Cameras!
The media could not be loaded. 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. I'm very big on night photography. I usually will set the came...
5/5
mdpautzke
7 years ago
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Nikon D7200 Review
Those criticisms aside, one must look at the image quality offered by the D7200, which is outstanding, as is the control layout. And, while its burst rate may be bettered by others in its class, it can shoot faster than entry-level models, and both its autofocus system and pentaprism viewfinder are much better than you'll find in less expensive cameras.
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Jim Fisher
4 months ago
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It's not the newest Nikon DX DSLR, but it's well worth every penny
I did a lot of research before deciding to purchase the D7200, so I knew exactly what I was getting. When it comes to cameras and lenses, I highly recommend that you do the same as well. Every photographer's needs are different, and every camera is different. So, you'll need to consider your budget,...
5/5
David K
5 years ago
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Nikon D7200 Hands-On Field Test
Ganache angels would be nice and basically, when you look at the 7200 and the 7100, you just don't have enough changes to really make this a wow factor kind of camera. If you already have a Nikon, d70 100 there's just no reason whatsoever to upgrade to this camera at all, and that's really the first time I've been able to say that and that's unfortunate, because Nikon has been on such a a steamroller kind of like momentum streak. Lately they've been taking the market by storm and this really does seem to halt that momentum
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TheCameraStoreTV
4 months ago
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I'm a REAL photographer again!
It had been a long time since I had time for photography and I was not sure I really needed a DSLR when there are so many decent point and shoot systems out there. But I am really glad I took the chance on this camera. I had forgotten how much I loved photography and how good I actually was. This ca...
5/5
J. Lavaroni
6 years ago
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Auto focus issues
I bought the Nikon D7200 camera and a Tamron 70-200 2.8 lens expecting to get some great shots of my gymnast this season. The camera and lens advertises superior auto focus ability. I have taken 100's of photos in the gym and all have been blurry beyond recognition. I had a week of beach shots that ...
1/5
Cado
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Field Test: Gabe Bienczycki and the Nikon D7200
Doesn'T I'm actually quite impressed the camera perform really well and it fits and navigates on. Just like a like a professional full-frame camera in terms of user friendliness and sort of robustness they perform flawlessly hadn't been impressed. You were a dancer as well as photography as a genuine pleasure to watch you work
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DPReview TV
4 months ago
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Don't wait, buy it today.
Wow Bought this camera as a replacement for a D90 mainly for astrophotography work. No low pass filter allows the sensor to gather more of the spectrum. The ring nebula showed it's multi-colored hues in a 30 second exposure, on the D90 it was monochromatic. Still has good electronics to allow use in...
5/5
Tony
6 years ago
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PRO CAMERA AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE
I do product photography and use it for travel photos. D7200 has new features that make this camera a vast improvement over the D7100 that I had for 5 years. It has a metal body that will take a lot of abuse. It shows you the focus points it used after the shot is viewed--so you don't have guess whe...
5/5
DC
5 years ago
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Specs

Model Name

Nikon D7200

Brand

Nikon

Form Factor

DSLR

Skill Level

Professional