Nikon D7100 : Hands On Review Nikon D7100 Comments & Questions ( write your own! ) Nikon D7100 Reviews
26 October 2013
Conclusion: If I was in the market to update my DSLR, I'd pick up the D7100. The camera has excellent handling, the images are top notch and it has the right features for even a professional. No camera is perfect, and I was disappointed by the mode dial design and loud autofocus while recording video, but overall, the D7100 was one of my favorite cameras that I've reviewed this year.
Pros: Excellent image quality, High resolution sensor, Vast array of controls, Comfortable use, Excellent autofocus, High speed performance
Cons: Locking mechanism on mode wheel, Audible autofocus motor in video
Excerpt: If you’re in the market for a serious D-SLR, but don’t want to go full-frame, the Nikon D7100 is the way to go; it’s our Editors’ Choice camera in its category. (4.5 out of 5) Editor’s Choice Pros Fast, 51-point autofocus system Dual SD card slots Large pentaprism viewfinder Excellent control layout Preserves details at
Pros: Fast, 51-point autofocus system, Dual SD card slots, Large pentaprism viewfinder, Excellent control layout, Preserves details at high ISO settings, Shoots at 6fps, 1.3x crop mode available, Very fast startup, Vertical grip add-on available, Sharp rear LCD, Sensor design omits optical low-pass filter, 1/250-second flash sync speed
Cons: Limited burst shooting in Raw mode, On the heavy side, Some image noise at ISO 3200 and above, Lacks built-in GPS, No PC Sync socket
Nikon's finest APS-C offers deep control and superb performance.
11 April 2013
Conclusion: As the most expensive current Nikon camera that doesn't have a full-frame sensor (discounting the old D300s), professionals might be tempted to write off the D7100 as "the best of the rest." Bad idea. This camera is just as professionally-oriented as the entry-level full-frames, for almost $1,000 less than the next model up. When a pro is just starting out, even the cheapest full-frame cameras may be financially unjustifiable.
Summary: The Nikon D7100 is perhaps one of the most complete enthusiast DSLRs we've seen to date, with an abundance of functionality packed into a reasonably compact body. It's certainly a more significant improvement than certain other recently updated DSLRs, and having such a rounded feature set means it's likely to appeal to a broader range of users than the average DSLR.
Summary: Features-wise the D7100 has plenty to offer for photo enthusiasts and boasts impressive specifications for its price tag. The bright, full frame view viewfinder is a big plus here, as is the sharp data overlay that makes it easy to view shooting information as shots are composed. Landscape and architectural photographers will welcome the removal of the low-pass filter from the sensor as it will enable them to achieve very high resolution with capable lenses.
Excerpt: , although it doesn't replace the D7000, it simply sits next to it. The Nikon D7100 has a new 24.1 megapixel APS-C DX sized sensor without the optical low pass filter (OLPF or AA Filter) - this should enabled sharp detailed images, and the camera offers 6fps continuous shooting, 51 focus points, and a number of other improves to make it the best DX camera to date, according to Nikon.
Pros: 24.1 megapixel sensor without OLPF, Weather sealed magnesium alloy body, Excellent image quality and detail, Very good noise performance, 51 focus points, 2 year warranty, Fast performance, Built in HDR, Dual card slots
Cons: Distortion with 18-105mm VR kit lens, FPS hasn't increased since D7000
Обзор Nikon D7100 — Топовый кроп с четырехзначной цифрой
16 July 2013
Summary: Nikon D7100 – превосходная зеркальная камера среднего уровня, которая прекрасно подойдет тем, кому в первую очередь важны качество, скорость, возможность снимать при неблагоприятных погодных условиях. Несмотря на то, что аппарат заявлен производителем как решение среднего уровня, D7100 имеет множество плюшек и от старших моделей. Быстрый автофокус, хорошая матрица, удобство управления делают ее отличным вариантом для покупки.
Excerpt: Le Nikon D7000 a été indéniablement un appareil réussi : réussi par la qualité d'image tirée du capteur 16 MP couplé à des éléments ambitieux (module AF, mesure d'exposition), réussi par une ergonomie efficace, une finition d'xcellent niveau. Le successeur, le D7100 était forcément "attendu au tournant" : et ce d'autant plus que Nikon a choisi de simplifier sa gamme en ne donnant pas de remplaçant au D300s, celui-ci ayant été présenté initialement comme apparaeil...