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Nikon D7100


Amazon Sales Rank #4080

21 Feb 2013

Nikon D800


Amazon Sales Rank #

07 Feb 2012

Specifications - Features

incorrect?DSLR Camera Type DSLRincorrect?
incorrect?Link Official URL Linkincorrect?
incorrect?24.7 megapixels Effective Megapixels 36.3 MPincorrect?
incorrect?no data Image Processing Engine Expeed 3incorrect?
incorrect?no data Autofocus System Nikon Advanced Multi-CAM 3500FXincorrect?
incorrect?no data AF Point 51incorrect?
incorrect?no data Cross Point 15incorrect?
incorrect?no data Continous Shooting 6 fpsincorrect?
incorrect?no data Metering System 91K-pixel RGB sensorincorrect?
incorrect?CMOS Sensor Type CMOS (FX format)incorrect?
incorrect?23.5 mm x 15.6 mm Sensor Size 35.9 x 24 mmincorrect?
incorrect?6000 x 4000mm Max Resolution 7360 x 4912incorrect?
incorrect?no data Max ISO Rating 6400incorrect?
incorrect?no data Max ISO (Boost) 25600incorrect?
incorrect?no data Sensor Cleaning Yesincorrect?
incorrect?no data Color Depth 25.3 bitsincorrect?
incorrect?no data Dynamic Range 14.4 Evsincorrect?
incorrect?no data Low-Light ISO 2853 ISOincorrect?
incorrect?no data Overall Score 95incorrect?
Screen / Viewfinder
incorrect?no data LCD Screen Size 3.2 inchesincorrect?
incorrect?no data Screen Resolution 921K dotsincorrect?
incorrect?no data Touchscreen? Noincorrect?
incorrect?no data LCD Tilt Fixedincorrect?
incorrect?no data Liveview Yesincorrect?
incorrect?0.94x Viewfinder Magnification 0.7xincorrect?
incorrect?100% Viewfinder Coverage 100%incorrect?
incorrect?Interchangeable Lens Type Interchangeableincorrect?
incorrect?Depend on the lens Focal Length (35mm equivalent) Depend on the lensincorrect?
incorrect?Depend on the lens Aperture Range Depend on the lensincorrect?
incorrect?Depend on the lens Macro Focus Distance Depend on the lensincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Interchangeable Lens Yesincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Built-in Focus Motor Yesincorrect?
incorrect?No Digital Zoom Noincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Lens Manual Focus Yesincorrect?
Photography Features
incorrect?30 sec Slowest Shutter Speed 30 secincorrect?
incorrect?1/8000 sec Fastest Shutter Speed 1/8000 secincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Bulb Mode? Yesincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Mode Aperture Priority Yesincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Mode Shutter Speed Priority Yesincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Full Manual Exposure Yesincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Auto ISO Yesincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Spot Metering Yesincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Exposure Bracketing Yesincorrect?
incorrect?Yes White Balance Bracketing Yesincorrect?
incorrect?Yes WB Fine Tuning Yesincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Built-in Flash Yesincorrect?
incorrect?1/250 s Flash Sync Speed 1/250 sincorrect?
incorrect?Yes Support External Flash Yesincorrect?
incorrect?no data Flash Range (GN) 12 m (at ISO 100)incorrect?
Movie Recording
incorrect?H.264/MPEG-4 Video Format H.264/MPEG-4incorrect?
incorrect?no data Max Resolution 1920 x 1080 (30 fps)incorrect?
incorrect?no data Max FPS 60fpsincorrect?
incorrect?no data Microphone Quality Monoincorrect?
incorrect?no data External Microphone Yesincorrect?
incorrect?no data Video Manual Exposure Yesincorrect?
incorrect?no data Video Focus Mode Continous Focusincorrect?
incorrect?no data Dimensions 146 x 123 x 81.5 mmincorrect?
incorrect?no data Body Material Magnesium alloyincorrect?
incorrect?no data Weight 1,000 gincorrect?
incorrect?no data Weather Sealed Yesincorrect?
incorrect?no data Waterproof Noincorrect?
incorrect?no data Battery Life (CIPA) 900 shotsincorrect?
incorrect?no data USB Connectivity Yes, Hi-Speed USBincorrect?
incorrect?no data Memory Storage Compact Flash (Type I), SD/SDHC/SDXC UHS-I compliantincorrect?
incorrect?no data Firewire Noincorrect?
incorrect?no data WIFI Optionalincorrect?
Other Features
incorrect?no data Support RAW Yesincorrect?
incorrect?no data Support GPS Require special GP-1 unitincorrect?
incorrect?Depend on the lens (VR) Built-in Image Stabilization Depend on the lens (VR)incorrect?
incorrect?no data Built-in Intervalometer Yesincorrect?
incorrect?no data HDR Mode Yesincorrect?
incorrect?no data Panorama Mode Noincorrect?
incorrect?no data 3D Mode Noincorrect?

3Expert Reviews5

The D7100 is a well-built enthusiast DSLR that offers impressive image quality and easy access to shooting parameters along with a high degree of customization options. Video output is a bit disappointing and a very small image buffer limits sports shooters to JPEG-only mode.
By supercharging the resolution with a 24.1-megapixel CMOS sensor and removing the optical low-pass filter to capture finer detail, the Nikon D7100 delivers the best image quality we've ever seen in a Nikon APS-C-type DSLR. Add in a new 51-point autofocus system, full 1080p HD video recording with full-time AF, a nifty 1.3x crop mode that extends the camera's reach, and many more advanced, near-pro-level features, and it's clear the D7100 is a serious tool for shooters who want to get more serious about their photography.
The Nikon D7100 is a worthy successor to the D7000 and a sufficiently capable camera to fill the vacancy at the top end of Nikon's DX range for all but the pro sports photographers or studio strobists out there. Perhaps understandably, a lot of the attention it has received since its launch has focused on its absent optical low-pass filter, with inflated expectations of a resultant boost in sharpness and definition. It now looks like any resulting increase in quality over the company's other 24 Megapixel DX bodies is at best, marginal, and many will no doubt be disappointed by that. But don't lose sight of the fact that OLPF or not, the D7100's sensor produces superb quality 24 Megapixel images
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The D800 combines swift operation and well-designed controls with outstanding image quality that is particularly impressive at high ISO settings. Expanded video capabilities hold appeal those who need to produce both stills and video while on assignment. The camera's 36MP sensor allows for class-leading resolution in a 35mm format camera...if you're prepared to hold your technique and equipment to the highest standards.
The D800 models are strong performers that can produce knock-your-socks-off results in the right hands, with the right lenses, with the right technique. They are not cameras for everyone, however.
Bythom Recommended
The Nikon D800 is a triumph for still shooters. The new 36 Megapixel full-frame sensor delivers tremendous quality, comfortably out-resolving the Canon EOS 5D Mark III while matching its noise levels when viewed at 1:1. For the best quality you should be shooting in RAW, but even the D800's in-camera JPEGs using the default settings are very pleasing. This really is getting close to medium format quality but from a body that's smaller, quicker and much cheaper, not to mention superior at higher ISOs.
I am very impressed by the Nikon D800. Coupled with some pro-level Nikkor prime and zoom lenses such as the Nikon 24mm f/1.4G and Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G, the Nikon D800 will become the camera of choice for my photography needs.
In actual use, the Nikon D800 is a fantastic tool that seldom disappoints - the biggest quibbles you are likely to have with it, especially if coming from a D700, D300 or D300S, concern interface changes such as the swapping of the zoom buttons, the disappearance of the physical AF Area selector or the repositioning of the Mode button...
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