Nikon D7200 DSLR camera review


Nikon D7200 DSLR camera


Image quality


Movie quality


Body quality




Lens compatibility



  • Image quality
  • Body
  • In camera time laps
  • Wi-Fi & NFC
  • Low price


  • No control of aperture in movie or live view modes
  • Autofocus in live view not great

After owning the D90 and the D7000, the Nikon D7200 was a nice upgrade for me especially for the 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor .

Nikon has dropped the optical Low-Pass filter (OLPF) for this DSLR version for more sharpness of the photos and videos .

It has a EXPEED 4 image processor and a ISO range up to 25600 . It handles higher ISO good even in night photography and between 3200 – 6400 ISO’s has done an amazing shots .

This is the Nikons first DSLR with built-in Wi-Fi & NFC for easy share or browse photos directly from you smartphone .

I don’t do sports shooting but for wildlife it’s 6 fps works great and the buffer is enough for me .

It has a built in time-lapse movie option (intervalometer for time-lapse) which is great .

It’s 51 focus points system works great and the 1.3x crop mode is nice .

Battery life is great, I’ve managed to shot almost 2000 photos with one charge !

For the money the image quality in great and probably if you want a DSLR camera for hobbies and travel this is one of the best out there .

Also in video mode the Nikon D7200 works well .

Works with all my Nikon, Sigma or Tamron lenses without any flaws !

Now at $999 is a great deal for everyone who need crystal clear image quality on lowest price on the market !

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