Nikon announces D7200 enthusiast DSLR

Nikon Australia has announced March 19 local availability of the D7200, a new APS-C format DSLR with the ability to capture up to 100 shots in a single burst of continuous shooting.

Nikon-D7200The D7200 is equipped with the new AF sensor module used in the D750 and the new Expeed 4 image-processing engine.

It has an NFC-compatible Wi-Fi function (supported only by Android) that allows users to instantly and easily share photos they have taken via social media using a smart device. The D7200 is also equipped with enhanced movie-recording functions, including a time-lapse photography function that supports exposure smoothing, as well as functions that enable enhanced control over audio recording.

As usual Nikon advises media to ‘consult local retailers for pricing’, which is mildly annoying as local retailers don’t even have the camera for pre-order yet. However, in the US, ‘the Nikon D7200 will be available in early April 2015 either body only or kitted with the AF-S DX Nikkor 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR for suggested retail prices (SRP) of US$1199.95 ($1545 ex GST) and $1,699.95, ($2185 ex GST) respectively.’ (Hope that helps.)

Key features:
– 24.2-megapixel APS-C-format sensor 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 at ISO 100;
– ISO range 100–25,600;
– Up to 6 fps in full res, and up to 7 fps in 1.3x crop. Capture up to 27 12-bit RAW images or up to 100 high-quality JPEGs in one burst;
– 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 allow;
– Shoot time-lapse sequences with smooth exposure transitions;
– Wi-Fi and NFC support;
– Record Full HD movies at up to 25p/30p, or switch to 1.3x crop mode and record at up to 1080/50p/60p;
– Superior options for audio control enable professional sounding movie footage;
– Viewfinder: offers ‘approx 100 percent’ (wha?) frame coverage;
– Anti-reflective 8.0-cm (3.2-inch), 1229k-dot RGBW LCD monitor. Push the colour balance and brightness in any direction;
– Dust, weather, and drop-resistant build. The shutter unit is tested to 150,000 releases;
– Built-in flash with intelligent i-TTL flash control and a commander function;
– Capture up to 1110 still images and up to 80 minutes of movie footage on a single charge of the rechargeable lithium-ion EN-EL15 battery;
– Two SD card slots compatible with high-capacity SDXC and UHS-I cards.

To access a copy of the fulsome, five-page press release, click here.

 


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