Nikon D7200 Lab test results
At sensitivity settings up to and including ISO1600, the D7200 puts in the best scores of any camera in the group apart from the D810. In lab conditions, the D7200 has marginally warmer colour rendition than the D750 but, for day-to-day shooting, they’re almost identical. The D7200 maintains fairly low noise at high ISO settings, but with a noticeable loss of fine detail. Slightly better than the D5500 for dynamic range, the D7200 retains a little more detail in both highlights and shadows.
RAW performance is very impressive and JPEGs look great straight out of the camera – in fact, the overall performance is very similar to that of the D750 at low to medium ISO settings.