Came with lots of accessories which was nice. None of the filters work on the 55-300mm ...
Jeanne Davison, Amazon
3 May 2015
Summary: Came with lots of accessories which was nice. None of the filters work on the 55-300mm lens. The tri-pod is nice & compact, it is also at least 12 inches to short. Good to start with but you definitely need to buy extra filters for the zoom lens.
Summary: Ok the Nikon D7100 is great unit and the lens are ok, just ok. The rest of the stuff that comes with this package deal is pure garbage. The tri-pod is so cheap I put it in the trash. If I had it to do other I would have brought just the camera body and got the lens one at a time.
Excerpt: I am only going to comment on the kit 18-140 lens. Not the camera. The reason is this lens doesn't even come close to giving what the camera is capable of. I honesty wish I just bought the body. I have never ever had to fine tune a lens to a camera before. This one needed it. Blurry at full view.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, High ISO Performance
Excerpt: I purchased this camera because I need a second one to compliment my old D90. Besides my workhorse D90 already has shutter count of 103K. Overall, the camera is faster and more responsive than a D90. But from experience after using it the past 2 weeks, I would have been more satisfied with the D90.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: The image quality is great, but once again, Nikon continues to handicap their cameras. I could only shop 6 shoot in raw and then the buffer is full. As a bird photographer, that is unacceptable.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality
Excerpt: This is a poor replacement for my old D70 as a second, lighter DSLR. I always use only raw files so I see a direct comparison to my much heavier D700 and my now dead D70. There is just no comparison in image quality.