New mid-range, enthusiast-focused APS-C DSLR from Nikon is here - the D7100. There is also a cool new radio remote control- The WR-1 that lets you remotely control multiple cameras capturing stills and videos, even time-lapse sequences.
The D7100 promises high resolution by making do without an optical low-pass filter in front of its 24MP CMOS sensor. It gains a more sophisticated 51-point autofocus system and a 7fps 1.3x cropped shooting mode that provides a 2x crop compared to a 35mm system. The D7100 has a recommended price of $1,599/£1,299/€1,399 with 18-105mm F3.5-5.6 VR lens.
We have preview with more info of Nikon’s flagship DX model
We’ve posted our in-depth, 20-page review of the Nikon D3200 entry-level DSLR.
The Nikon D3200 is the company’s 24MP entry-level DSLR that can be used with an optional WU-1a Wi-Fi module. The camera can shoot up to 1080p30 video (rather than the D3100’s 24p) and has a 920k dot LCD, up from 230k dots. Beyond this, and improved continuous shoot rate despite the pixel-count hike, the biggest change is the ability to add the Wi-Fi unit.
The latest incarnation has been improved over its predecessor in most areas and comes with a 22MP full-frame sensor, 6 frames per second continuous shooting and 1080p video at 24, 25 or 30 fps, offering the high quality intraframe (All-I) compression method and greater audio control. A 61-point AF system and 63-zone metering provide focusing speed and metering accuracy.