Nikon’s flagship DX -format D-SLR is ripe for replacement
DX -FORMAT SLR > www.nikon.com Not only is it becoming harder to make a case for the D7100 over the D5300 and even the D3300, but it’s now looking distinctly dated next to Canon’s ultramodern 7D Mark II. It’s about time Nikon gave DX-format enthusiasts something to get excited about. More megapixels aren’t crucial here, but the D7200 would really benefit from a new image processor for faster continuous shooting and a broader ISO range with less noise. Better video performance is a must too, as is improved autofocus accuracy and metering performance.