Nikon will this month launch the D7200, a DSLR aimed at photo enthusiasts looking for ‘exceptional images with a lightweight DSLR system’.

D7200_back.web
D7200_18_140_top.web
D7200_18_140_left.web

The Nikon D7200 is the first Nikon DSLR to support a Near Field Communication wireless system.

The 24.2-million-pixel model borrows its AF system from Nikon’s FX-format cameras, making it the first DX camera to be AF sensitive down to -3EV, according to Nikon.

The 51-point Multi-CAM 3500 II system is designed to accurately lock onto subjects, even in the dark.

‘Fifteen cross-type sensors in the centre deliver superior subject acquisition, and one centre point is f/8 compatible, enabling more lens/teleconverter combinations,’ claims Nikon.

Features include a burst rate of up to six frames per second.

The Nikon D7200 will go on sale on 19 March, priced £939.99, body only.

Summary of key features, as supplied by Nikon UK:

24.2-MP DX-format sensor: capture images with wide dynamic range, low noise, and rich colour gradation.

EXPEED 4: boosts the camera’s overall performance for extraordinary results.

Professional AF performance: 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 100-2,5600.

Fast continuous shooting: up to 6fps in DX format, and up to 7fps in 1.3x crop. Capture up to 27 12-bit raw images and up to 100 high-quality JPEGs in one high-speed burst.1

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.

Easy connectivity: Wi-Fi² and NFC (Near Field Communication) support make it easy to share.

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. A dedicated movie menu lets you store all movie settings in one place.

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.

Bright viewfinder: offers approx. 100% frame coverage and exceptional visibility outdoors, even in harshly backlit situations.

Colour-tune monitor: anti-reflective 8cm (3.2in), 1.23-million-dot RGBW LCD monitor. Push the colour balance and brightness in any direction.

Tough and durable: highly durable, 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.

Energy-saving design: Capture 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: continue the creative process after the shoot.

Dedicated Nikon software provides a comprehensive way to import, organize, edit, and share photos or movie clips.

Footnotes

1 When shooting at ISO 100 and using a 16GB SanDisk Extreme PRO UHS-I SDHC card (95MB/s). Buffer capacity varies according to the scene being recorded.

2 To use the Wi-Fi function, simply download the Wireless Mobile Utility to your smart device. Compatible with iOS™ and Android™ smart devices, this utility can be downloaded for free from Google Play™ and the Apple App Store™. Android, Google, Google Play, YouTube, and other marks are trademarks of Google Inc.

3 Based on CIPA standards.