Nikon D7200 Product Walk Through Video With New Specs And Release Date

Nikon d7200 specs release date
The new Nikon D7200 steps up image quality, low-light capabilities and speed of a Nikon DSLR are available with the convenience of built-in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC).

The D7200 is the new kid on the block for Nikon’s DX-format line-up. Whether you’re a diehard photographer or videographer looking for a tool to ignite your creativity, a pro in need of a nimble second camera or someone looking for an ideal blend of versatility and convenience, the Nikon D7200 is ready for your desires.

With a dust-and-weather sealed body, the Nikon D7200 retains much the same image sensor as featured in the D7100, although its pixel counts do differ ever so slightly thanks to slight adjustments in sensor masking. But while the sensor is unchanged, the processor isn’t. It’s now comes with an EXPEED 4-class chip, rather than the previous-generation EXPEED 3.

Although it’s a new processor, performance in terms of frame rate is unchanged from the earlier camera. Nikon-rated six frames per second in the full DX-format, or seven frames per second with a 1.3x focal length crop beyond that already applied in an APS-C camera body. One area in which the next-gen processor looks to have paid dividends, though, is power consumption: CIPA-compliant battery life figures have improved by around 16% since the D7100, for a total of around 1,100 shots on a charge with the exact same battery as used before.

Multi-CAM 3500 II 51-point AF system. Sensitive down to -3 EV (ISO 100, 20 °C/68 °F).
Wide ISO range: shoot confidently in available light with a standard ISO range of 100–25600.
Fast continuous shooting: up to 6 fps in DX format, and up to 7 fps in 1.3x crop. Capture up to 27 12-bit RAW images and up to 100 high-quality JPEGs in one high-speed burst.²
Unlimited continuous shooting: shoot in continuous release mode with a shutter speed of 4 seconds or slower, and record as many images as your media cards and battery life will allow.
Time-lapse movies: shoot time-lapse sequences with smooth exposure transitions.
D-Movie: record DX-format Full HD movies at up to 25p/30p, or switch to 1.3x crop mode and record at up to 1080/50p/60p.
High-fidelity audio: superior options for audio control enable professional sounding movie footage.
1.3x crop: gain extra telephoto reach, speed, and wider AF coverage.
Picture Control 2.0: choose from seven Picture Control settings. Ease post-production with Flat setting for maximum dynamic range, and fine-tune detail with Clarity.
Viewfinder: offers approx. 100% frame coverage and exceptional visibility outdoors, even in harshly backlit situations.
Colour-tune monitor: anti-reflective 8.0-cm (3.2-in.), 1229k-dot RGBW LCD monitor.
Dust-proof and moisture resistant build. The shutter unit is tested to 150,000 releases.
Built-in flash: with intelligent i-TTL flash control and a commander function.
apture up to 1,110 still images and up to 80 minutes of movie footage3 on a single charge of the ultra-compact and lightweight lithium-ion rechargeable EN-EL15 battery.
Storage media: two SD card slots enable a smooth shooting experience. Both card slots are compatible with high-capacity SDXC and UHS-I cards.
Included software: dedicated Nikon software provides a way to import, organize, edit, and share photos or movie clips.

A Nikon D7200 release date is scheduled for 19 March 2015.

The Nikon D7200 can be bought here.

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