Summary: The D7100 sits at the high-end of Nikon's cropped-sensor DSLR camera range. Given a 24 megapixels sensor capable of ISO 100 to 25600, 1080p HD video capture and 6 FPS continuous shooting, plus a 100% viewfinder, dual control-dials and a weather-sealed body, this is one of Nikon's most advanced...
Pros: Superb control over image nose, Good color-accuracy after tweaking, Superb dynamic range, Super-fast autofocus, Ultra-short black-out, Generally fast and responsive, Dual memory cards can provide instant backup, Manual focus assist direction indicator, Excellent build quality
Cons: Frequent and severe over-exposure, AWB not perfect under artificial light, Bizarre Auto ISO, Indistinct ISO button, Very poor live-view, Aperture locked in video mode, Noise-Reduction forced at ISO 800+, Lens correction slow down camera, Level difficult to see
Excerpt: It’s difficult to find a mid-range camera these days that stands out from the crowd. Professional cameras are a long way ahead of the pack when it comes to image quality and durability, but the cheapest of the cheap DSLRs are now also impressively powerful and easy to use at the same time — which...
Pros: Great low-ISO images., Improved video mode., Near-perfect control scheme.
Cons: Mediocre kit lenses., Small image buffer., Poor 50i video mode.
Summary: Nikon is out with its new professional HDSLR camera named, D7100. It comes with good megapixel DX-format image sensor. Besides, it has an attractive design and enables optimum video recording too.
Pros: CMOS sensor , Absence of low-pass filter , Weather-sealed , Presence of dual SD card slots
Cons: Lack of Wi-Fi built-in , Fixed screen , Only HDR mode for JPEG