Nikon D7200: A Guide for Beginners
Arts and Photography
Added on July 02, 2015
Author Matthew Hollinder
Published May 7, 2015
File Size 12.29 KB
Nikon D7200: A Guide for Beginners 12.29 KB - Externally the new Nikon D7200 camera is purported to be similar to that of its predecessor the D7100. These similarities, according to the reviews, refer to the weight, height and dimensions. Upgrades to the internal processes and features however, have been enhanced and have been guaranteed to meet the needs of both the avid photographer and the everyday user.
The Nikon D7200 has been referred to as the high-end APS-C camera of Nikon; being the only DX formatted camera currently available on the market by that company. The D7200 boasts an improved Auto-focus system in the form of a multi-CAM 3500DX II 51 point system with sensitivity of up to -3EV, 24.2 MP CMOS sensor, six frames per second of continuous shooting, maximum shutter speed of approximately 1/8000 per second, dual memory card slots, NFC and Wi-Fi capabilities, 3.2 inch LCD display with 1.2M dot and a metering sensor.
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