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Nikon D7100 : Specifications and Opinions




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The Nikon D7100 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24.1 megapixels manufactured from 2013 to 2015 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 6 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 779 €; 274 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10.

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 Sensor
 Format   APS-C, 23.5 x 15.7 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.5x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   24.1 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   100 - 25600
 File formats   RAW, JPEG

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/8000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   P, S, A, M, scene
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Mount   Nikon F (click here to view al compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   51
 Continuos shooting   6 FPS
 Live View   Yes
 MLU/SS   Yes, Mirrok Lock Up
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   1920x1080p @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   No
 GPS   No

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   3.2", 640 x 480 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage 100%, 0.94x
 Flash   Yes, guide number 12 meters
 Storage   SD/SDHC/SDXC
 Battery   Li-Ion (Nikon EN-EL15a, capacity 13.30 Wh)
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   675 g
 Dimensions   136 x 107 x 76 mm
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avatarsupporter
sent on February 25, 2015

Pros: I have owned this camera for about 8 months. Overall build quality seems good so far. Decent amount of adjustability and customization in the menus. Handling is good for me. Flash sync has proved to be fairly good in difficult light/conditions. 24 megapixels good for cropping. Sharp in good light. Shutter speed to 1/8000 if needed. Pleasing color and contrast in good light. Very good value now for the quality. Can be had in Australia for about AUD$1050-1100. Dual memory card slots. Continuous shooting and buffer good enough for me when using good memory cards and I mainly shoot birds. I am currently using SanDisk Extreme Pro 95MB/s 32 GB which are certainly an improvement in this respect over my previous SanDisk 45MB/s. APC crop factor can be handy for bird photography.

Cons: Had to replace the first copy I bought after a few days due to failure to auto-focus. This second copy still has issues when it fails to auto-focus and I have to manual focus with the lens to try and not miss the shot. Maybe this problem is due to weak lens mounts at the camera end. D7*** series Nikons prone to heavy front or back focus so some copy's can require much experimentation to AF Fine-Tune with every lens. I have had to AF Fine-Tune to +19 depending on the attachments(lens/TC). My biggest issue is noise. At ISO 500 there is noticeable noise and at 800 and beyond there is a lot of noise which becomes even worse in difficult light. This then means I have to use noise reduction in LR on many shots up to plus 75. This then softens considerably what once a sharp image in un-processed RAW. Here is a shot that has had to have plus 70 noise reduction in LR. http://www.juzaphoto.com/galleria.php?t=1228878&l=en It is still a decent shot but you can image how sharp the subject was in un-processed RAW. The background is however terrible without NR.

Opinion: Very good camera for the money these days. Probably the best value to quality ration APC DSLR on the market(at the moment). Produces sharp images with pleasing color and contrast in good light. 'Extra' reach for bird photography with crop sensor(depends on how you look at it). Not without it's issues. The auto-focus failure is something I have read about elsewhere so not restricted to my experience. Can really struggle with noise in anything over ISO 400-500 especially in difficult light which then requires a lot of NR in PP diminishing what may have started out as a very sharp/detailed image.

avatarjunior
sent on February 20, 2015

Pros: Staggering low iso image quality, good high iso image quality, 24mp gives plenty of detail for cropping, reliable autofocus, twin cards with plenty options (backup, raw to one , jpeg to the other etc), weather resistant, fast, 6fps (but see cons-buffer), Auto iso in manual mode is excellent

Cons: Metering irregular and errs to underexposure in dull conditions (+0.3 or 0.7 good for dull days), noise if not exposed correctly. Buffer, Buffer, Buffer

Opinion: The d7100 is a very capable camera. I have shot some photos in a non studio enviroment at iso 100 with a good lens and the detail, colour and sharpness are superb. Noise does climb in faster than some other cameras I have used but the raw files are very good at taking processing so even with moderate noise reduction applied the detail is still very good. This may be due to AA filter gone (noise reduction to an extent may mimmick a filter up to a point), so gets noisier a little faster. Having said this I have portraits at iso 6400 which have pore detail still visible at large (12 x 8) print. the camera is generally responsive and the autofocus system has a variety of pro spec options (most of which I will not need more than occasionally). There are many great lenses for the nikon system but I was very surprised at how good the 18-105mm vr combines with this camera. I initially bought body only and dismissed this 18-105mm as mediocre, until I tried it. Sure its has a slowish aperture, but in ok to good light it is imo a very good purchase. Auto iso in manual works great, good if you want to select a lenses sweet spot but keep a certain shutter speed, auto iso takes care of this. You can even dial in exposure comp and the iso will take care of that also. It's not all good. The buffer when using raw is terrible. It can shoot 6fps, but if raw selected only for barely over a second. A sandisk 95mbs extreme pro is often recommended. This does improve things a little- it still slows after 6 or 7 shots but will continue shooting at 3 fps with this card, slower cards can slow all to 1 fps. On the up side if you are happy to shoot jpeg it will rattle 6fps for much longer periods. The metering on a normal day is fine, when it gets dull the camera seems to make the photos even duller unless I add +0.3 or +0.7 exposure comp. This is not a deal breaker but sometimes I forget to undial this and my next shots on a normal day can und up slightly overexposed

avatarjunior
sent on July 19, 2013

Pros: Pair it up with the nikon high end lenses and you will get the job done as good as a pro (full frame) camera. With 24Mpx you have more room for cropping etc. If you do studio work you will ask yourself if a D600 is necessary... Update: Just see the pictures taken with this camera below.. could you tell the difference? full frame or ap-c? no you can't because its that good... Buy one and do yourself a favour --> read the manual and shoot like a pro

Cons: Burst mode performs under expectations and you need a fast and expensive memory card to benefit it (but this is not a pro-end camera ok?) AWB of a nikon D7000 is better handled than the D7100.. you will need an expo-disc to make the D7100 untouchable $$goes up. Update D7100 out performs the d7000 in everything because the white balance setting can be tweaked to soot your needs really a ten 10.. its only burst mode for sports that has shortcomings!

Opinion: If you can get your hands on all this (expo-disc + high end lenses you got yourself a (10) camera. This camera performs flawless for my studio work.. without my expo-disc a wouldn't get my skin tones right outside the studio like weddings and birthday party's.. So if you put it this way: that you need some extra stuff to make it the king in its class... For those who dont have the extra money to burn and own a D7000.. You will rate it a nine but if you pair it with the high-end lenses and say an expo-disc for the white balance this is a 10 Update: No need for expo disc: link ( http://www.expoimaging.com/product-detail.php?cat_id=1&product_id=2&keywords=ExpoDisc_Neutral&gclid=CNm6-qTMybgCFWYV7AodJAsAWQ) I found out that the camera has a white balance fine tune for every white balance setting even the auto white balance! I mean it ==>pare this up with some serious glass and you don't need full frame! And read the f.... manual

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avatarjunior
sent on May 10, 2019

Pros: Size, construction, viewfinder, autofocus, burst, internal AF motor that allows you to use AF-D lenses

Cons: Buffer, ISO key

Opinion: I have the machine for 5 months and I tested it in almost all possible areas (except in night photography, so for the opinion on the ISO and AF in low light I will update in the future). Coming from d5300 (and then from any other entry level) what you notice right away is ergonomics, much more professional in comparison. In Hand is wonderfully, I would say better than the latest Sony A7/A9 having tried; It is solid, tropicalized (although I have never exposed it to rain or miscellaneous stuff) and well built. The viewfinder is much better than the entry level, larger and brighter, with pentaprism and coverage of 100 percent. Very comfortable display on the top on the right and also the function that allows you to illuminate it for low light conditions. Customization menu not excellent but still good, with which I associated with a key near the bayonet the very useful 1.3 x crop in addition. The autofocus is great (if I'm not mistaken for D4, although perhaps not with the same potential), chases moving subjects perfectly with AF-C + 3d tracking and is also comfortable to use in single AF with the joystick of the menu. Never tried Auto AF. The burst of 6 fps is very good, pity for ill buffer of only 6 shots that makes it jam right away (problem that resolves with a fast SD and not clicking for more than a second). The only thing EXTREMELY annoying is the position of the ISO key, which can not be associated with another key and obliges the use of the left hand, HATEFUL when using heavy telephoto lenses (in my case when I do wildlife) where you would not want to force The bayonet. Extremely recommended to all those who come from the series D3/5xxx, Rating: 9

avatarjunior
sent on December 17, 2017

Pros: AF system, pentaprism and VF with 100% coverage, files with good dynamic range, low weight. 1.3 additional crop. Wireless management of external flashes

Cons: Buffer, Ergonomics compared to the 300 and 500 series, generally reactivity of the machine. Body partially in magnesium.

Opinion: Excellent APSC machine. She does not lack anything and with good optics she returns very detailed files. Compared to the D300 that I had and (much) appreciated I do not convince ergonomics and layout of the keys, but so ... because for the professional layout you need to go on the d500 with more than triple spending. Moreover, it shares the ergonomics with the 600 Fx series, very good the Iso car as well as the Dlighting with which you can get jpegs already usable. Developing the raws you realize that the files are very soft and well workable in PP. The autofocus of mine is perfect and I have to say that, as per technical specifications, it also fits well with AFD lenses. The machine works very well with Nikon flashes, even in wireless mode: I would say that Nikon's CLS excellence is truly a guarantee. With my some Sigma lenses do not focus in liveview .. I do not know if it's a problem of my lenses or my d7100. There is noise but it is not excessive and manageable. With a machine of this kind and quality optics% 26agrave; any prosumer user could be satisfied, even if it is a pity that Nikon leaves to third-party manufacturers the offer of brighter DX zoom lenses of f / 2.8; Given the compatibility problems with the liveview, the purchase of 1.8 sigma zoom is a hazard (if for the type of use we make of the machine the LV is essential). The only really important downside concerns the construction that compared to the D300 is a step backwards. I believe that the grafting objectives would deserve to be screwed onto the magnesium body to ensure better sealing with weight optics.




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