Nikon - D7200 DSLR Camera (Body Only) - Black
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- 24.2 megapixels
- ISO 100 - 25600
- Wi-Fi EnabledYes
- 1920 x 1080
- Lens Mount CompatibilityOther
- Product NameD7200 DSLR Camera (Body Only)
- Model Number1554
- Camera Model FamilyNikon D7200
- Color CategoryBlack
- Additional Accessories IncludedBattery, battery charger, USB cable, body cap
- Product Width5.6 inches
- Product Height2.6 inches
- Product Depth4.3 inches
- Product Weight27.04 pounds
- Camera Body Weight1.49 pounds
- Remote CompatibleYes
- Secure Digital, Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
- Display TypeLCD
- Varying Angle ScreenNo
- 0.94 times
- 1,228,800 dots
- 3.2 inches
- Number Of Memory Card Slots2
- Socket Size1/4 in.
- Integrated GPSNo
- External Flash MountHot Shoe
- Number of Lenses Included0
- Camera Bag/Case IncludedNo
- Water ResistantNo
- Shock ResistantNo
- Camera Full Frame SensorNo
- Records AudioYes
- Self TimerYes
- 1/8000 - 30 sec. in steps of 1/3 or 1/2 EV bulb, time, X250
- Self-Timer Delay20 seconds
- Removable BatteryYes
- Rechargeable BatteryYes
- Number of Batteries Required1
- Digital Camera TypeDSLR Camera Body Only
- Integrated FlashYes
- Flash ModesAutomatic, Forced, Off, Red-eye reduction, Slow sync
- Slow Motion RecordingNo
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts1 year limited
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor1 year limited
- Long ZoomYes
- Imaging Sensor Vertical Size15.6 millimeters
- Imaging Sensor Horizontal Size23.5 millimeters
- 24.72 megapixels
- Brightness ControlYes
- 6000 x 4000
- HD Movie Mode FocusAutomatic
- Auto (2 types), incadescent, fluorescent (7 types), direct sunlight, flash, cloudy and more
- Smile ModeNo
- Shooting ModesAuto, auto (flash off), A (aperture priority), M (manual), P (programmed auto with flexible program), S (shutter priority) and more
- Panorama ModeNo
- Maximum Flash Range - Telephoto39 feet
- Maximum Flash Range - Wide39 feet
- Minimum Flash Range - Telephoto0 feet
- Minimum Flash Range - Wide0 feet
- Scene ModesAutumn colors, beach/snow, blossom and more
- Product SetBody Only
Rating 4.9 out of 5 stars with 545 reviews(545 Reviews)
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Fantastic camera for advanced photographers
Fantastic camera for advanced photographers|Posted .
I am a semi pro photographer ( I do paid shoots for weddings, portraits to supplement my day job income) (and because I love it) that reads, researches and inquires about photo gear. I was shooting with the excellent D7000, but have been hired to shoot a 350 guest wedding for a Nigerian friend that will be spectacular; I needed more bells, whistles, mega pixels and features than the D7000 offered. Within a week of purchasing this camera from Best Buy, my beautiful granddaughter came for a 2 week visit and then we went to Alaska for 2 weeks. In 4 weeks I shot 1500 pictures. I used just about every setting and feature it has to get what I wanted. My impression; phenomenal camera... I use a Nikon 18 - 200 mm (3.5 - 5.6) lense. Nikon is the king of being able to fine tune every imaginable setting. There are a bazillion of them in this camera, but right out of the box, you can use it, to take fantastic shots. Read the manual, use the info button on the back of the camera, don't be afraid to get out of AUTO and it will be phenomenal. It is pretty heavy with the lense I have, I use a padded shoulder strap that I love; the neck strap is not adequate. I like the locking selector buttons on the top; I accidentally changed settings when shooting on my D7000 that does not have that feature. Do the shots look better than my D7000? Yes!! They do. I love the dual card slots, the movies it takes, the info button (s) on the back, the feel of the camera, and how accessible everything is with your fingers while you are shooting. It took me several hours to set it exactly how I wanted it in the menu program, but now it does exactly what I want it to do every time. I stick a polarizing filter on the lense when I am shooting the San Fransisco Bay Area outside, and the skies are brilliant blue. It is not a camera I would take to Disneyland. It is too big and professional for just messing around and not thinking about it. I would use my iPhone or a good point and shoot for that. Anyways, I hope this helps. APS-C cameras are awesome, and this camera is the best Nikon has made. The WiFi feature is REALLY fun to use!!I would recommend this to a friendSorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Nikons best APS-C camera till date.
Nikons best APS-C camera till date.|Posted .
Initially I planned for D7100 since I was getting best offers due to the latest release of D7200, but noticing few additional features I made up my mind for D7200. D7100 was voted the best camera and now D7200 with additional features like Increased ISO range, wireless connectivity and mainly a new Expeed 4 sensor/processor- stays top on the list for the best crop sensor camera. for in-details technical differences I would suggest you to visit DXOmark and dpreviews. For a first time DSLR user I would recommend camera with its kit lens(18-140mm) since you get best deals, I bought only D7200 body as I already have nikon 50mm 1.8 prime lens. But if you already have a DSLR and if you are planning to upgrade then I would recommend to buy prime or other lens,I recently ordered Sigma 17-70mm 2.8 from best buy , saw good reviews about this lens. Waiting for its arrival so I could use and post some reviews for the same. The reason I choose best buy - wide range of models, can have hands on experience before i buy, skilled employees in each area and best offers for best buy card holders and new customers too. Play with manual and aperture modes with D7200, I am sure you will be thrilled by the sharpness and clarity of the Pics, beautiful memories should stay with you. All the best -Cheers. note:Photography is an expensive addiction so chose wisely on what and where you are investing you money! Above review is just my opinion based on experience with the product, I would suggest every one to read few other reviews, compare products and take decision carefully.I would recommend this to a friendSorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
From my D7000 to the D7200 Worth the Upgrade
From my D7000 to the D7200 Worth the Upgrade|Posted .
I have read a number of reviews online and decided to wait until the D7200 for my upgrade. Here is where this camera differs...I shoot video with with my DSLR and not having the ability to monitor what I was recording was a horror. Had to use an audio adapter to control the audio input. The D7200 has now come of age when it comes to shooting HD video. Not 4K yet which was a bit of a disappointment but beautiful 1080p, noticeably better than the D7000 which supposedly shoots the same 1080p. The auto white balance works better, focusing much faster and more accurate and the overall quality of my images and videos are noticeably better. What I would have loved to see on this camera was a tilting LCD screen which would have been great for shooting my videos, maybe next one or two upgrades from here. The thing I like about this camera is I don't have to relearn everything I had in my D7000. There are many new features and reading the manual will help you understand many. One last point. I was having problems shooting video because the auto focus would continue to refocus each time a subject would move. The made the video jumpy and annoying. As much as I tried I couldn't figure out how to turn that off and just have it focus when I depressed the shutter release button half way as is the case with my other camera. The fix was to hold down the focus/exposure lock button on the back top right of the camera as I was filming. Since it is close to where my thumb is it was not a bid deal. Once I focused on my subject and started to record, I simply held down the lock. You can see some videos I shot at the NY Auto Show and some still images as well on our website. http://ipaimpress.com/ny-international-auto-show-2015-best-of-show/ You be the judge from last years review of the show shot with the D7000 http://ipaimpress.com/ny-international-auto-show-2014/I would recommend this to a friendSorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great prosumer DSLR!
Great prosumer DSLR!|Posted .
Did lots of research before finally buying the D7200. Looked at Canons as well. Decided on this Nikon because of the dual card slots, improved buffer speeds, bracketing and time lapse capabilities, internal focusing motor, weather sealing, battery life, etc. I haven't used a true DSLR since film went away and there is a bit of a learning curve in order to fully utilize all that the D7200 has to offer. Of course lenses also play a major role in capturing good images, and I bought the Nikkor 35MM / 2.8 and the Nikkor 70-300MM / 4.5 lenses when I bought the camera body. Many people have vouched for the accompanying kit lens that you can buy as a package deal, but my choices of lenses were made based on the types of photography I like to do. In the near future I will also pick up a macro lens (Nikon refers to these as micro lenses). My first photos were shot a few days after purchase at my niece's wedding. I shot on auto using both lenses and was very pleased with the results. Ironically enough, the wedding photographer was using a Nikon D7100 and mentioned that she would like to upgrade to the D7200. I also took some landscape photos including some long exposures of waterfalls. These also came out great. Since then, I have used the telephoto lens to take some sports photos. By cranking up the ISO to 3200, I captured some amazing football shots at night under the lights. This camera has many features I am just starting to experiment with, but overall I will say I am completely satisfied with my purchase. I haven't messed with taking videos yet, though I did shoot one to make sure that feature was working and it looked fine (Canon usually gets the nod for video performance but I bought my camera for taking photos - the video capability is merely a bonus). One caveat: if you are using a point and shoot camera, you will find the D7200 much larger and heavier. Add on the 70-300MM zoom lens and you're talking even more weight. Nevertheless, if you are in the market for a great crop sensor camera, you can't go wrong with the D7200!I would recommend this to a friendSorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Best DX Camera for Enthusiast
Best DX Camera for EnthusiastPosted .
I have used Canon 70D and Nikon D7100 before. Personally, I really love my Nikon D7100 that's why I upgraded to D7200. I know it offers WiFi and NFC but those are not really the main reason for me to pick this DSLR. Before I bought this, I considered Canon 7D Mark II and Nikon D610 (Full Frame). I am not really an Wildlife or Sport photographer (though sometimes I have to take picture with some active kids); I mainly take still picture. That's why I did not pick up the Canon 7D Mark II. Nikon D610 really got me as a Full Frame DSLR because all my lenses are FX (Nikkor 50mm 1.4G, 85mm 1.8G) but I consider it as a low-rank Full Frame. Back to D7200, the buttons are well placed. Nikon also put a new modern-like Info view in this D7200. The camera is exactly the same built quality as the D7100 but don't be fooled by that. One of the big advantage of D7200 is the new EXPEED 4 which produce really wonderful images. Most of the time, users take to much consideration on the ISO and FPS and underestimate the processor. If you have D7100, you will be amazed by how sharp and colorful the D7200 can offer. This D7200 is really the highest image quality at an affordable price. ISO performance is also great, there is really no noise if you shoot at <3200 ISO (during daylight). I took a test in my room with my light on (not too bright) at 16000 ISO, the image is absolutely usable. One of the downside right now really is -- this camera is too new. There is no RAW support in Lightroom 5 now. However, you can download Nikon Capture NX-D for free and convert RAW files to TIFF (16 bit) and import it to Lightroom. Generally, I really satisfied with my purchase and highly recommend those who want a high quality DX DSLR.I would recommend this to a friendSorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
A very capable camera.
A very capable camera.|Posted .
The last camera I bought was a Nikon D50 back in 2006. After it spent a few years in storage, I dug it out thinking it would be nice to get back out taking some pictures. A few hours on some photography websites quickly made it apparent I needed to catch up, technologically speaking. So I bought a D5500. Now don't get me wrong, the D5500 is a fine camera in its own right. Light, small, great image quality, sweet swiveling touchscreen. But, no weather sealing, polymer frame, no autofocus fine-tune, certain menus only available on the touchscreen.....I returned it for this D7200 (BTW Best Buy could not have made the exchange any easier). Now: this camera is a joy to use. Most of what you need is readily available via buttons/ command dials; other items can be assigned to the Fn button. You can also save settings to the U1 and U2 positions on the dial. Image quality is great. The viewfinder is quite a bit better than the D5500. To really get the most out of this thing, I would recommend two things: First, a book like Mastering the D7200 (by Darrell Young). The Dummies books are pretty good too. Second, find a comfortable spot to sit down and explore the menus and functions. Please don't just put it on Auto and head out the door. This camera can do so much more than that. If you are trying to decide between the two, I hope this helps a bit. I wasn't planning to spend a grand on a new camera (I bought body-only since I already had Nikon lenses), but it has certainly been worth the extra cost. Whatever you buy, enjoy it!I would recommend this to a friendSorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
My Dream Camera
My Dream Camera|Posted .
I upgraded from a Nikon D3100 and could not be happier! When the Nikon D7000 came out, that is what I wanted, it had all the features that I dreamt of in a dslr, however at the time it was out of my price range, so I purchased the Nikon D3000. I soon tired of that because I could not do video. I gave that to my hubby and purchased the D3100 which I have been using for years and loved it, however when I saw the updated D7100 I lusted after that, still out of my price range, so I tried to be happy with my D3100 but it just did not have all the features my dream camera had. Finally in June I got an email from Best Buy on the new D7200, I was hooked, I had to have it! All the features of my previous dreams, but now with built in wifi. I love that I can control the camera with my iPhone and have the pictures automatically download to my phone for sharing. I can get creative pictures and edit them, then download them to my phone later if I prefer. I love having all the scene settings that are so easy to use and get wonderful pictures from. The two camera card slots are great and you can control what the 2nd card does. I have not used the U1 & U2 yet, as I am not sure what settings I want on those yet. There are so many features I have not had a chance to use yet and I can clearly see that this camera will keep me enthralled for many years to come! I purchased the DX AF VR 18-140mm lens to go with it, but would really love to have the 18-300mm, but that will have to be another day. Right now I am so happy with the camera itself and my 18-140mm that waiting will not be a problem. The D7200 also feels very comfortable in my hand, I had thought it may be a little cumbersome as I was used to the much smaller D3100, but the size has not been an issue as it fits my hand like a glove. I am totally in love!I would recommend this to a friendSorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The Best APSC by NIKON!
The Best APSC by NIKON!|Posted .
I did lot of research before finalizing this option and once I did I was looking of the best store to make purchase. And here best buy did really well, walked into store, there was a dedicated section for DSLR cameras I was informed with all the features by Best buy blue rep, Since I have questions deciding between D7100 and D7200 as there were many offers on D7100 since D7200 has arrived but I settled with D7200 because of the benefits that were informed to me. Purchase went really smooth.Ha pay with the product. Wanted to give a true review so waited 1 yr and writing it today..you won't regret. Try with different lens picture quality is awesome .. yes its 24 MP!!. I am using Sigma 17-70mm 2.8 C lens and its awesome, Also this lens was purchase from BestBuy. Attached few pictures taken by D7200 and Sigma 17-70mmI would recommend this to a friendSorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.