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Nikon D7200 DSLR camera replacing D7100 this summer

Nikon is rumored to reveal a plethora of new cameras by the end of 2014. One of them is the Nikon D7200, a DSLR that will serve as a D7100 replacement. Inside sources are claiming that the device will become official this summer. Meanwhile, the company is also working on other cameras, such as the D800s, D9300, and D2300.

Download Nikon D7100 firmware update 1.01

Nikon D7100 firmware update 1.01 now available for download

There are no perfect devices, nor firmware versions, and this fact includes the Nikon D7100, as well. The DSLR has been released earlier in 2013, but photographers have been affected by some annoying bugs ever since its release. Anyway, Nikon is now offering firmware update 1.01 to correct some of the bugs.

DxO Optics Pro update 8.1.5

DxO Optics Pro 8.1.5 software update adds Nikon D7100 support

DxO Labs has released another update for DxO Optics Pro users. The 8.1.5 version of the software is available for download. It supports a camera which has been introduced on the market several weeks ago: the Nikon D7100. Photographers who purchased both the camera and the program can start processing their RAW photos now.

Nikon D7100 waterproof housing release date

Ikelite releases Nikon D7100 underwater housing

Nikon has recently announced the D7100 camera. It did not take too long for Ikelite to develop an underwater housing for the DSLR. As a result, Nikon D7100 owners can buy a waterproof housing for the shooter, in order to take the camera at depths of 200 feet / 60 meters and capture footage of the amazing aquatic life.

DxOMark has tested the Nikon D7100

DxOMark rates the Nikon D7100 as the second best APS-C DSLR

DxO Labs got the chance to review the Nikon D7100. The engineers tested the camera’s APS-C image sensor, in order to see how good it really is, according to DxOMark standards. In the end, the Nikon D7100 and its new image sensor came second, as the leader of the APS-C-sized DSLR cameras remained unchanged.

Nikon Capture NX 2.4.1 software update released for download

Nikon Capture NX 2.4.1 update released to support the new D7100 DSLR

Nikon has released a slew of software and firmware updates for several of its programs. The reason for the simultaneous release is the recently-launched Nikon D7100. The camera is now compatible with the Capture NX and Camera Capture Pro software, and with the Wireless Remote Controller WR-R10 accessory among many others.

Nikon D7100 has been officially announced as a replacement for the D7000.

Nikon D7100 becomes official without an anti-aliasing filter

After weeks of rumors and speculation, Nikon has announced a replacement for the D7000. Behold the new D7100, a DSLR camera which features a body similar to its predecessor’s, but with entirely new specifications. The D7100 sports a high-megapixel image sensor, but drops the conventional anti-aliasing filter.

High-end Nikon compact camera to be revealed on February 21st as the next-generation APS-C Coolpix shooter

High-end Nikon compact camera to be announced on February 21st

Nikon is holding a special event on February 21st. Upon sending the invitations, it had been believed that the company will introduce a direct replacement for the D7000. However, now it seems like the Japanese manufacturer will not announce the D7100 DSLR, instead choosing to reveal a high-end compact camera.

Nikon D7000 replacement may not come after all, as the Thai event will be focused on a Coolpix P310 replacement

New Coolpix camera coming at Thai event, instead of Nikon D7100

Last week, Nikon sent invitations to an event in Thailand. Sources have confirmed that the company has scheduled several separate events in different countries. Although a D7000 replacement is the most likely candidate for an announcement, another source claims otherwise, saying Nikon will reveal a Coolpix camera.

Nikon D7000 replacement coming on February 21st, 2013?

Nikon D7100 to be announced during Thai event next week?

In 2012, Nikon upgraded most of camera series, from both DSLR and mirrorless shooter types. In 2013, the company needs to provide a replacement for the D7000, in order to revive its business. February 21st may be “D-Day”, as the company sent invitations to an event in Thailand, where it may reveal a new DX camera and lens.


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