Nikon D7200 DX-format DSLR Body (Black)
The Nikon D7200 doesn’t introduce any revolutionary changes to its predecessor, the D7100, but the small updates help to keep it up-to-date as an excellent enthusiast DSLR on a budget. The camera is quick to turn on, and offers very good overall performance. The D7200 retains the excellent 51-point autofocus of its predecessor, the durable weather-sealed body, and a 24-megapixel ZPS-C sensor similar to that of the D7100.
Despite feeling almost the same in the hand as the D7100, the D7200 uses the Expeed 4 processor, and adds built-in WiFi and NFC. Also added is support for 1080/60p video capture, although this feature is limited to 10 minutes of continuous capture. Burst rate is somewhat slow for its class a six frames per second, but overall this camera is a reliable choice for an affordable enthusiast camera. Image quality is excellent, even in low light conditions; the camera demonstrates quite a wide ISO range.
The D7200 offers lots of controls and customization both front and rear, although the handling isn’t quite as ergonomic as some of Nikon’s other recent cameras. While the Nikon D7200 might not be worth it as an upgrade to the D7100, it is an excellent option for those who want the control of a DSLR and top-notch picture quality while on a budget.