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Nikon D7100

 Nikon D7100
Nikon D7100
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Nikon D7100
Features:
· Sensor: DX-format CMOS image sensor.
· 24.1MP DX format CMOS sensor, with no OLPF
· EXPEED 3 processing
· ISO 100-6400 standard, up to 25600 expanded
· Max 6 fps continuous shooting in DX mode, 7fps in 1.3X crop mode
· 51 point AF system, 15 sensors cross type
· 2016 pixel RGB metering sensor
· Spot white balance in live view mode
· 1080 60i/30p video recording, built-in stereo mic, mic jack and audio monitoring jack
· Pentaprism with 100% coverage and 0.94X magnification
· 3.2", 1.2m-dot LCD screen (640 x 480 X RGBW)
· Front and rear IR receivers
· Equivalent water and dust resistance to D800/D300S
· Lens Mount: Nikon DX
· Continuous shooting speed: 6 FPS.
· Shutter: 1/8,000 – 30 seconds in third-stop steps.
· ISO:100 -6,400, expandable to 25,600

Physically, the D7100 is very similar to its predecessor, with practically identical size and weight. These two are so identical from outside if you place the two cameras side by side in fact, you'd need a moment to tell one from the other. With the exception of the new movie button on the top-plate and the addition of a fifth button along the left side of the camera, the key controls are almost identical, and fall in basically the same places.
Nikon D7100 has a highly professional body. Optical low pass filter will give you a sharp picture. Built in autofocus motor in the body will give you an extra advantage in low light photography. Most of the interesting bits of the upgrade are hidden away inside the D7100's magnesium-alloy and polycarbonate shell.
The D7100 inherits the well-implemented Auto ISO program that we saw first on the D800, and later on the D5200. The feature allows the camera to set the minimum shutter speed automatically based on the focal length of the lens in use, with a choice of five user-controlled settings that bias towards faster or slower speeds. This fixes one of our biggest criticisms of earlier-model Nikon DSLRs, and obviously makes Auto ISO much more suitable for use with zoom lenses.

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