Nikon has rolled out an all-new DSLR camera that is the successor to the D7100 DSLR. The new camera is called the D7200 and it is a DX format DSLR built for photographers looking for a high performance camera in a lightweight package. The D7200 has a 24.2MP CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter. The camera also has a higher buffer capacity than the D7100 it replaces.
That higher buffer capacity means that the D7200 can shoot 18 consecutive RAW 14-bit lossless images, 27 12-bit compressed images, or 100 JPEG images. The camera can also shoot 6 fps continuously or 7fps in 1.3x crop mode. The camera has a 51-point autofocus system and integrated WiFi and NFC.
The integrated NFC makes paring with mobile devices easier and the WiFi capability allows users to share images directly from the camera with tablets or smartphones. The rear LCD is a 3.2-inch 1229k dot unit. Full HD video can be recorded and the ISO range for the camera is 100-25600. Pricing for the camera is $1199.95 for the body only or $1699.95 for the body and an 18-140mm kit lens. Nikon will launch the D7200 in early April.