What we think
The D7100 is still on sale alongside the newer D7200 and it's a good deal cheaper. It lags behind in a couple of respects, notably buffer capacity, Wi-Fi and movie options, but the D7100's still image quality and features are still a close match for the D7200's.
Reasons to buy
- + High resolution
- + 6/7fps continuous shooting
- + Weather-sealed body
Reasons to avoid
- - No Wi-Fi built-in
- - Limited buffer capacity
- - Superseded by D7200
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This DSLR camera has a 5.8x optical zoom, enabling you to eliminate unwanted backgrounds and get great close up shots. Thanks to the 24.1-megapixel resolution, you can photograph pics with exquisite detail. It features an APS-C CMOS sensor, enabling you to snap great pictures, in all lighting conditions. The high maximum ISO of 6400 will be perfect for snapping photos in problematic lighting conditions. With an optical image stabilization system, you'll be able to fix the blur that can occur when taking handheld pictures. In burst mode, this camera can shoot up to 5.9 fps. This digital camera films very high resolution videos and features a hot shoe. This allows for easily attaching compatible accessories.
|Storage Type||SDHC, SDXC|
|Optical Sensor Optical Sensor||CMOS|
Here's some more information about this product
The Nikon D7100 Digital Camera was added to the Digital Cameras category in June 2016.
The lowest price GetPrice has found for the Nikon D7100 Digital Camera in Australia is $748.85 from Ryda Dot Com.
Other merchants who stock it are Ryda Dot Com, Amazon AU.
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