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Nikon D7200 DX-format DSLR Body (Black)
By Nikon
4.6 out of 5 stars (343 Reviews)
Our Price: $996.95
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Manufacturer:  Nikon
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  • 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor
  • No Optical Low-Pass Filter (OLPF)
  • 51 point autofocus system
  • 6 frames per second (fps) shooting capacity
  • EXPEED 4 image processing; ISO Sensitivity: ISO 100 - 25,600.Lens mount: Nikon F mount, (with AF coupling and AF contacts)
  • Built in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC) for instant sharing
Product Description:
 
Introducing the Nikon D7200, the star of Nikon's DX-format line-up. Bring your creative vision to life with photos and videos that shine with sharpness and clarity. Shoot in nearly any light?from dawn until after dusk?and capture everything from sports and action to wildlife and everyday moments. Then share your beautiful images easier than ever with a compatible smart device. Whether you're a passionate photographer or videographer looking for a tool to ignite your creativity, a pro in need of a nimble second camera or someone looking for an ideal blend of versatility and convenience, the D7200 is ready for your challenge.FEATURES: Your vision in stunning definition - Free of an optical low-pass filter, the D7200 produces remarkably pure, sharp photos and videos. Its 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor works together with EXPEED 4 image processing and NIKKOR lenses to enhance detail and tonality. This outstanding image quality is maintained all the way up to ISO 25,600 (two full stops higher than the D7200's predecessor) for amazing low-light images. You can also now expand the ISO range up to BW1 (51,200) and BW2 (102,400) to shoot monochromatic photos in even more challenging lighting situations. Whether shooting stills or video, selecting the 1.3x crop mode extends the reach of NIKKOR DX and FX-format lenses, getting you closer to sports, action, wildlife and more.Nikon's first DSLR with built-in Wi-Fi & NFC - Share your outstanding D7200 photos with no hassle, even when on the go. Just touch your compatible* smartphone or tablet with NFC to the D7200 to establish a Wi-Fi connection. Once connected, you can use your smart device to browse photos on the D7200 and then share your favorites by text message, email or posting online. You can also use your smart device as a remote for the D7200?see what the camera sees and take pictures! High-speed frame rate and increased buffer - With its 6 fps shooting capacity, the D7200 is an
 
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5.0 out of 5 stars.  The one you need, June 04, 2017
By Barry H
I love and adore this camera, full frame was more than I could afford. Though all of the things people claim happen with DX I've never seen.

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2.0 out of 5 stars.  Still annoying Back-Focus problem., June 02, 2017
By ThomasH
So much has been written about this camera, I would not want to write yet another repetition of the superlatives. Here is the not so good point:
Backfocus is still among us! The D7000 used to have this issue to an massive extend, and I hoped for an improvement in the successor models.

The D7200 received a nice buffer for sports shooting, and prior to arrival of the D500 it was the "official Nikon flagship" in DX class. However, the number of back-focused images, which I have while photographing action, is staggering. And the 'action' is not of the extreme kind. In my case its a football/soccer of 11-year old girl teams.

I tried all modes of operation. AF-C and the "3D" tracking was a disaster. This works maybe for predictably moving cars or cyclists, not in this case. I tried both AF-A with different number sensors active, and of course also AF-S with single point AF and auto area AF. Every time I returned with a percentage of images focused way back at infinity despite our girls being in the center frame. Focus was way off, at ranks and objects at the edge of the field. Prior to my return to Nikon 7x00 I used mainly my Canon 6D. As much the 6D was at its time the king of the low-light, its focus system was rather simplistic. Yet in a case of such young girls running after a ball, the Canon managed to obtain great shots with a customary focus-priority. And that says to me a lot about the inadequacy of the focusing system in the D7200. See the attached image, a typical example.

To summarize: I am not sharing the enthusiastic opinions about D7200, surely not as an action camera. I hope that D500 really addresses this issue. It better has, considering the negative press and declining market share Nikon has these days.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, May 26, 2017
By John Smith
Great camera!

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Five Stars, May 26, 2017
By Edco
Outstanding tool

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Nikon D7200 Best in the Series, May 24, 2017
By JJ Finklestein
I do candids and portraits. The D7200 offers accurate focus, white balance and flesh tone color balance, exceeding my expectations. I own a D7000, D7100 and this D7200, this is the best of the series. I used the D7200 matched with a Nikkor 85mm f:/1.8 lens on a First Friday Art Walk in low, less than optimal light without flash, taking over 300 shots. Quite an impressive camera, especially considering the affordable price point. As the body includes the focus drive motor, I can still use older Nikkor auto focus lenses or modern AF-S lenses.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Excellent mid-level DSLR., May 20, 2017
By F. Butler
Very pleased with the D7200 and the kit lens. I've been wanting a 7000 series since it was introduced and finally decided it was time to pull the trigger. My only problem is mastering all the controls but I'm making progress. There is however a learning curve to be navigated.

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