Nikon D7200 officially unveiled with several enhancements over the D7100
Nikon has unveiled a new high-end DSLR camera with an APS-C sensor in the body of the D7200. The sought-after Nikon D7200 comes packed with a slew of improvements over the D7100, such as enhanced low-light capabilities, WiFi, and NFC. However, there is no 4K video recording, unlike some gossip talks have predicted.
Nikon D7200 announcement to take place within three weeks
Nikon will allegedly hold a product launch event before March 13, 2015. Among other things, such as the 1 J5 mirrorless camera, the company’s fans will witness the official Nikon D7200 announcement. The new DSLR camera will replace the D7100, roughly two years after its introduction back in February 2013.
Nikon D7200 and 1 J5 names show up on Russian website
Nikon has registered a slew of cameras on the website of a Russian certification agency. Most, if not all these models, are rumored to be announced at the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2015 in mid-February. Among the list of registered devices we can find the Nikon D7200 DSLR and the Nikon 1 J5 mirrorless camera.
New Nikon D7200 details come to surface ahead of launch
Trusted sources have been able to leak more Nikon D7200 details, revealing that the upcoming DSLR camera will come packed with built-in WiFi and a tilting display on its back. The new information is mostly on par with previously-leaked specs, but there are some notable changes from what we used to know.
First Nikon D7200 specs leaked on the web
Nikon could announce a replacement for the D7100 DSLR sometime within the next few months. Until then, the rumor mill has leaked the list of preliminary Nikon D7200 specs, which is said to include a brand new DX-format sensor made by Sony as well as a new and impressive autofocus sensor with 72 focus points.
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.