From low-lit interiors to sports and wildlife, the D7200’s outstanding 51-point autofocus (AF) system with the new Advanced Multi-CAM 3500 II autofocus sensor module with a detection range down to -3 EV ensures your shots remain clear even in dark environments. The 51-point AF system covers the entire frame in 1.3x, while 15 cross-type sensors in the centre feature higher detection strength, providing superior subject-acquisition performance even for fast moving subjects.
The D7200 offers great flexibility for shooting. Film in a DX-based format similar to that of 35mm film or a 1.3x format for superior Full HD 1080/60p videos. The mode M with Auto ISO sensitivity control allows the D7200 to automatically adjust to the appropriate exposure, so you can shoot continuously from dark to bright areas. Experiment with creativity as the D7200 lets you create beautifully rendered time-lapse movies in-camera, a first for Nikon DX-format DSLRs. Record clearer audio with wind noise reduction when you use the built-in stereo microphone. You can also select your preferred microphone frequency response for specific filming needs such as “Voice” for interviews and speeches. An independent settings menu dedicated for movies enhances operability.
Capture the action like never before as the D7200’s increased buffer size allows 100 continuous shots at 6 frames per second*2. Spectacular light trail shots or star trails can now be achieved with the continuous shooting mode. Using a continuous release mode (CH or CL) and a shutter speed set at 4 seconds or slower, keep shooting for as long as your memory card and battery life allow.
Share your perspective of the world with the D7200’s built-in Wi-Fi® and NFC*1 capabilities – a first for Nikon DSLRs. Uploading and transferring photos to your social network and smart devices is now easy and seamless. Simply install the free Wireless Mobile Utility*3 app on your iOS or Android smart devices. The built-in Wi-Fi® also lets you shoot remotely with your smart device, minimising camera shake that comes with pressing the shutter.
Nikon’s exclusive Picture Control image creation system offers a new level of customisation. The “Flat” option renders fine details and healthy skin tones. It also stores richer information, from shadows to highlights for both still images and movies. This rich data reduces the risk of oversaturation, blocked–up shadows or blown-out highlights during post editing, resulting in images with beautiful colour gradation and contrast. In addition, the new “Clarity” parameter increases or softens your subject’s clearness in still images, while maintaining details and saturation. Inject some fun into your photos with Special Effects like Night Vision, Colour Sketch and Miniature Effect.
With 100% frame coverage, the D7200 allows you to precisely compose your shots. Setting information is clearly presented in the viewfinder’s organic EL display – a technology that is sharper and more energy efficient. For times when you prefer to frame your shots on the monitor, the wide-viewing angle of the D7200’s 1229k-dot, 3.2-inch LCD display with RGBW alignment provides clarity and enhanced visibility even under bright conditions.
The rugged D7200 is engineered with a handy built-in flash in a light yet durable magnesium alloy body. It is shielded against shock, and is weather-sealed to keep out dust and water drops, making the D7200 your trusted companion. Its long-lasting battery life lets you shoot up to 1110 images or 80 minutes of movies at a go. Rough it out with this compact and portable performer which weighs approximately 1250g.
Achieve the best image results with a comprehensive range of NIKKOR lenses and accessories. Create studio-quality lighting by pairing Nikon’s range of Speedlights with Nikon’s Creative Lighting System featured in the D7200. The WR-R10/WR-T10 wireless remote control eliminates any vibration caused from manually pressing the camera shutter. Enjoy seamless end-to-end image and video management with the free Capture NX-D and ViewNX-Movie Editor editing software for stills and movies respectively.