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- 87AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE16 ReviewsPC Mag90Nikon D7100If you're in the market for a serious D-SLR, but don't want to go full-frame, the Nikon D7100 is the way to go; it's our Editors' Choice camera in its category.Digital Photography Review90Nikon D7100 In-Depth ReviewThe 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.CNET80Nikon D7100 review: A good camera, but not a no-brThe D7100 is a great camera for still photography, but doesn't feel like a must-have upgrade unless you've got a significant investment in good Nikon-mount lenses and need speed and durability on a budget -- right now.Digital Photography ReviewNot RatedNikon D7100 Hands-on PreviewIt's a solid, well-made mid-sized camera that feels like a quality piece of equipment, and seems pleasantly responsive in use.Popular PhotographyNot RatedCamera Test: Nikon D7100The D7100 is a very powerful imaging tool. We’d expect Canon to update its competing 60D before long. But as it stands, the D7100 offers an extra stop of sensitivity, faster bursts, and more resolving power—for a few hundred dollars more, right now.Reviewed.com Cameras90Nikon D7100 Digital Camera ReviewUltimately the Nikon D7100 is a powerhouse camera, accessible to general consumers and legitimate to professionals. Streamlined yet detailed controls make it a joy to shoot with, and resulting photographs are gorgeous.Pocket-Lint80Nikon D7100 reviewWe'd like to see is yet more sensor improvements and a more capable buffer for burst shooting in the future ... those two points hold back the camera from perfection, alongside one or two other niggles, but - and as we've listed at length - what this DSLR does do right it does oh so well.CNET AsiaNot RatedNikon D7100Given its features, the D7100 is likely to appeal to shutterbugs upgrading from entry-level dSLRs and budget-conscious videographers. We think that ultimately, the D7100's price will be a key factor in determining if it is a worthwhile purchase.Pocket-LintNot RatedNikon D7100 pictures and hands-onThere's a lot of tech on offer here and, assuming the filter-free system delivers the goods, this sounds like the enthusiast DSLR to beat for 2013.Camera Labs80Nikon D7100 reviewSeen in isolation, these refinements may look like small beer, but they add up to an evolutionary upgrade that makes perfect sense for shooters looking for the most robust and capable DSLR they can buy without committing to the size, weight and expense of a full-frame body.DigitalCameraReview90Nikon D7100 Review: Fantastic FlagshipThere isn't much that we can say is wrong with the D7100 except for a couple of minor quibbles. But in the end, this may just be the best darned ASP-C DSLR that we've seen in a while.Ubergizmo80Nikon D7100 Hands-On ReviewI have little doubt that this particular model will represent a very potent option to Canon cameras within the same price range.Digital Versus100Nikon D7100 ReviewThe Nikon D7100 raises the bar on both style and performance, and will no doubt satisfy demanding enthusiasts and pro photographers. This new SLR is a success but Nikon shouldn't rest on its laurels, as there's still room for improvement in connectivity and video functionality.T380Nikon D7100 reviewThe traditional looking 24.1 megapixel 'DX format' flagship D7100 offers up some pro-like specifications with a handling experience somewhere between consumer model and one costing three or four times the price.TechRadar80Nikon D7100 review Nikon gets a little more seriouSo there are a few extra things we would have liked to have seen here. On balance, though, we think that the Nikon D7100 is a very nice camera that's enjoyable and rewarding to use.TechRadarNot RatedHands on: Nikon D7100 reviewOn balance, however, we think the D7100 will find favour with the Nikon faithful, and it should win the manufacturer a few new fans.Camera LabsNot RatedNikon D7100 previewThe D7100 has an improved grip and a new texture for the mode dial, which in turn now also features a lock button to prevent it from turning unintentionally. Like the D7000 before it, the top and rear plates are made from magnesium alloy, but in a welcome improvement, the body is now weather-sealed.Expert Reviews100Nikon D7100 reviewA well-rounded enthusiasts' SLR with exceptional image quality and ergonomics.TrustedReviews80Nikon D7100 reviewThere’s no denying that the D7100 is a fantastic enthusiast DSLR that is sure to gain a host of admirers. But doesn't quite do enough earn a unreserved Recommendation.The Phoblographer90Review: Nikon D7100It’s an excellent camera for capturing sports that can then be turned into the device you use to record a timelapse of the sun going down to then become a camera for reportage. Indeed, the D7100 is an overall tough camera to beat and it can fill just so many niches that we’re not sure that anything can really dethrone this thing.ePHOTOzine90Nikon D7100 DSLR ReviewThe Nikon D7100 is an impressive update to the D7000, providing a higher resolution 24 megapixel APS-C sensor, but not only that, it also provides the ability to take the sharpest possible images thanks to the lack of optical low pass filter (OLPF).The PhoblographerNot RatedFirst Impressions: Nikon D7100As a former Nikon owner and a current Canon, Fujifilm and Olympus fanboy, I feel that this camera may soon be on the envy list of everyone. Nikon seems to have truly done it again.Expert ReviewsNot RatedNikon D7100 review - Hands onThose extra points are then spread more evenly across the frame, giving far better coverage. We're not sure all those points will ebenefit everyone, but if you're keen to shoot fast-moving subjects then they will certainly provide superior object tracking within the frame.Photography Blog90Nikon D7100 ReviewIn summary the new Nikon D7100 further improves on the already excellent D7000 in several key ways and many minor ones, all adding up to make this the best DX-format DSLR to date.
- 98AVERAGE USER SCORE4 ReviewsEngadget Reader100January 3, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!Lets set the record straight when it comes to the D5200/D5300 vs the D7100. The D5200 is a great entry level camera that takes great pictures. But if you are truly serious about becoming a better photographer then you best go with the D7100. The D5200 is VERY limited. Here are a few reasons why the D5200 lacks, 95% viewfinder, lack of CMD mode, Max shutter speed is 4000 with no flash and 200 with flash, No headphone input to hear audio levels during video recording. Lack of a aperture dial, you must hold a button then click the shutter dial in order to change your aperture. You can lose the shot if you have to do so many commands prior to a shot. You use non autofocus lenses due to the D5200 not having a built in motor to operate some older lens, latest lenses I believe is around 1097's. That is just a few of the many features the D7100 has that the D5200 doesn't. While I know its best to go right into Full Frame bodys "FX", you may not have the money to purchase one of those bodies. The cheapest is the D610 and that is around $2,500. Yes you can buy used but who really likes buying used when its their first go around? The D7100 is the top of the line crop sensor "DX" Nikon cameras. It has almost all of the features the FX bodies have cramped into a DX body. You will still be able to use FX lenses on DX bodies but your focal length will be different then what the lens says. That's something you can research on your own. So if you want to just do point and shoot photography, then go with the D5200/D5300. If you really are serious about photography and you want to take amazing pictures with full control of your camera, then go with the D7100. You wont regret it!Here is some of my workA large majority of the pictures are from the D7100. I use the D5200 as a second camera with a prime lens for just quick point and shoot shots that require very little settings on the fly. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jason24cf/sets/Here is a look at the Nikon D7100 construction. http://www.photographyblog.com/news/nikon_d7100/Engadget Reader100December 5, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - EngadgetEngadget Reader90August 21, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - EngadgetEngadget Reader100June 29, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - Engadget