Nikkon has launched today their latest D-SLR camera – D7200 with enhanced sensors, built-in Wi-Fi connectivity and Near Field Communication (NFC) support.
Nikon D7200 is a 24.2MP D-SLR, and is driven by Nikon’s EXPEED 4 image-processing engine, which enable it to achieve an ISO range of 100 to 25600. It also provides improved noise reduction performance, while maintaining image definition at high ISO.
The D7200 camera is capable of delivering smooth performance in a variety of challenging conditions. Low-light photography, which often comes off as a deterrent for ideal compositions in dark environments, is made easy with the 51 focus points of the new Advanced Multi-CAM 3500 II autofocus sensor module, first adopted by the D750. Superior low-light performance is further enhanced with an expanded AF detection range down to -3EV. With the AF detection range down to -3 EV for the single central focus point, and at -2 EV or below (above -3 EV) with the other 50 points, the freedom to shoot low-light and low-contrast scenes has been remarkably boosted.
The D7200 makes on-the-go connectivity even simpler with its built-in Wi-Fi capability and NFC-support. Photographers looking to share and upload their shots wherever they are, can now wirelessly transfer images to a smart device through the free Wireless Mobile Utility application, available for iOS or Android devices. The built-in Wi-Fi also enables remote shooting with a smart device, especially when taking photographs from tricky angles while minimising camera shake.
A first for a Nikon DX-format D-SLR, stunning time-lapse videos are made possible with the D7200. With its ability to ensure smooth exposure variations during time-lapse and interval-timer photography, photographers can also film scenes where light conditions change vastly such as twilight evenings and breath-taking dusk scenes, with minimal disruption to video and image quality.
The D7200 boasts additional handy features to simplify the movie-making process. To allow more time being focused on the subject instead of fiddling with the camera, an independent menu dedicated for movies enables a more efficient configuration of settings for movie recording.
The D7200 has a a high resolution 1,229k-dot, 3.2-inch LCD display, with RGBW alignment, for enhanced visibility, ensuring clear and vibrant colours on a bright screen as one reviews shots on the camera.
The D7200 is made of magnesium alloy, which has been incorporated into the top and rear covers for durability and superior texture. It keeps the camera light yet strong, while a comprehensively-sealed body protects the camera from dust and water droplets.
Nikkon has not disclosed the India price for D7200. The Nikon D7200 w/18-140 VR Kit will go on sale in India in beginning of April 2015.