The Nikon D7200 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24.2 megapixels manufactured from 2015 to 2017 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 6 FPS x 18 RAW, 100 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1015 €;
233 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 out of 10
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Opinion:It is a camera that I have been using for 4 years now. It is a professional camera body with a 24mpx Aps-c sensor. Thanks to the two programmable keys it is possible to set them for every type of need and for every photographic genre and to be able to save them in the ring in " U1 " and " U2 ". It is a machine that has given me great satisfaction and combined with a good lens changes face. I can not find substantial flaws to write them here, on the other hand I have never used a fullframe to understand what the limitations are.
Opinion:Huge camera, still current six years after release. Starting from the defects I confirm that, like all Nikon SLRs (excluding the D780), it has a primitive Live view compartment suitable for photos on tripods, uncomfortable in freehand use and I would say unusable for moving subjects; another limit (not necessarily a flaw) is the fixed screen. Those interested in videos should therefore turn to other brands or models. For the photographic sector it is instead an excellent camera: very performing sensor, autofocus just as (not like the D500, but still able to meet the needs of most amateur photographers), iso hold in the norm for the aps-c format (still good), excellent ergonomics, Nikon style menu in my opinion very intuitive, excellent battery life. Very versatile, it is perfect for family photography, travel reportage, landscape, sport, naturalistic, macro, and associated with good designed returns excellent images (the versatile and comfortable Nikon 18-140, the bright Sigma 17-50 f/2.8, the Nikon 16-80, the excellent Tamron, Sigma, Tokina wide-angles, the Nikon AF-P 70-300 or 70-200 f/4 canvases, the Tamron 70/210 f/4 to name but a few). After a period of support to the D750 I recently sold it for poor use, but I must admit that in most situations the D7200 is comparable to fullframe versions (at a disadvantage in the high iso seal, the crop factor benefits it in particular photographic genres). Previously I used the Nikon D3100, of which the D7200 is a remarkable evolution in everything, and for a few months the Sony A6000 sold without regrets not being at ease at all (electronic viewfinder, menu, ergonomics and kit objectivesa the greater limits I found compared to the Nikon D7200).
Pros:Sensor quality, viewfinder, autofocus, ergonomics, small screen convenient to quickly control f and ISO
Cons:Not at all intuitive use, video compartment, weight, size, it lends itself really little to dynamic photography, excessively large and heavy kit optics to be the classic dark zoom lens for APS-C
Opinion:I tried it compared to my Sony A6000, which boasts the same 24mpx APS-C sensor with ISO 100-25600 sensitivity. It lends itself very well to static photography, especially landscape, but when you go on dynamic photography or street, where you need to have the reflections ready, it is unusable, it mainly causes excessive weight combined with the poor intuitiveness of the controls (which forces you to know the Nikon world very well). The image quality is good while the ISO seal is also poor compared to other cameras of 2015. At the same price it is better and once the test is over I concluded that the A6000 is much higher
Pros:Photo quality, ergonomics, keys in the right place, battery life, ability to mount vintage optics, 51 focus points, precise autofocus, battery grip possibilities, do I have to continue?
Cons:Virtually nothing, I could say the video sector but in 2015 it was fine... Today in 2020 unless you have smartphones from 600.00 euros and up is still fine.
Opinion:Purchased in the summer of 2019 coming from a d3200 squeezed and studied properly for 4 years. What to say? Do you want to start taking pictures? In my opinion the best aps-c after the d500 (sin that in the latter have not put the flash pop-up, in some cases serves just. Unfortunately, the d7500 has neither the second slot nor the battery grip). The quality of the photo yield is really good, with the d3200 (which for me still remains a great option) the difference is noticeable especially from ISO 400 onwards, in fact in conditions of little light I shot at ISO 800 and cropped to the maximum practically with a little photo shop the noise is as if there was not (to be expected that the photos I print). Shooting in RAW (which I prefer, I do not have any requirements that impose on me the JPEG) and fixing the balance of white, any noise and various parameters (as you would in a post production in analog) the JPEG photos churned out by the post production are exceptional. And that's what really matters: THE PHOTO. My use is purely for my family but continuously, since mine is an incurable passion: birthdays, parties, performances and various events as well as trips. The ergonomics are great (then with the battery grip is perfect), the internal autofocus engine allows you to use quality vintage optics and the arrangement of the keys is perfect (only the lack of the dedicated ISO key but the various keys are cmq programmable). 3D tracking works like a god, so moving subjects are always in focus. The gust is good for an average use, the 51 focus points for taking photos are fine in quantity as well as quality. The double slot is an added value (serves more if you shoot in RAW). Great autofocus but in very low brightness is difficult, but it is normal cmq. WiFi and the nfc in my opinion leave a little time they find (personal opinion of course), but cmq are there and are another added value (when you pass photos with WiFi in your smartphone, for example, the quality of the photo loses in resolution and color fidelity , for this reason I prefer to download the raw in the pc, do the post production and print the JPEG processed by me), the WiFi instead used x turn the smartphone into a remote remote control is an ok idea. Perfect display meter, huge optical park and for all tastes, JPEG churned out by the great machine, lots of features: from an additional 1.3 cutout to the various jpeg processing options. the "auto" selector (which NOT USE) remains a great option to have you take a picture from any person who to make more photos of the smartphone does not know (so at least every now and then I come in the photos). In my opinion a very good camera, very recommended.
Cons:Noise starts from 1600 ISO - AWB - AF that sometimes tempses (perhaps due more to optics) - size - live view
Opinion:A great machine with which I have a relationship of love and hate. Sometimes I wonder how I can do without it, others I would give it away because I feel more inspired and creative with smaller machines (like GR or Rx100 M3 that I own). Objectively speaking has so many pros: one of all the files that are easily workable and allow recoveries of shadows and high lights that make the difference between an acceptable photo and one that you have to trash. On the other, the noise begins to be visible already at 800 iso. Up to 1600-3200 you can still push as long as you intervene on the noise in pp. Besides it is advisable to go only in extreme cases (I set max iso 6400....more on is useless just that shots). Another thing, often sets an AWB that is incorrect. The burst mode with AF-C, struggles to focus the subject during movement (tried with all Nikon optics). The live view is.... Embarrassing.... I challenge anyone to use it except for some landscape on the tripod.
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