Nikon D7200

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Nikon’s flag­ship DX -for­mat D-SLR is ripe for re­place­ment

DX -FOR­MAT SLR > 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.

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