Nikon D7200 DX-format DSLR w/ 18-140mm VR Lens (Black)

Nikon D7200 DX-format DSLR w/ 18-140mm VR Lens (Black)
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Product Details

  • Sales Rank: #1215 in Camera & Photo
  • Size: full-size
  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Nikon
  • Model: 1555
  • Dimensions: 4.21" h x 2.99" w x 5.35" l, 1.49 pounds
  • Battery type: Lithium Ion
  • Display size: 3.2

Features

  • 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor
  • No Optical Low-Pass Filter (OLPF)
  • 51 point autofocus system; Focus Auto & Manual; Autofocus Points Phase Detection: 51 (15 Cross-Type)
  • 6 frames per second (fps) shooting capacity
  • EXPEED 4 image processing
  • Built in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC) for instant sharing

Introducing the Nikon D7200 Digital SLR Camera with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Lens, the star of Nikon's DX-format line-up. Bring your creative vision to life with photos and videos that shine with sharpness and clarity. Shoot in nearly any light—from dawn until after dusk—and capture everything from sports and action to wildlife and everyday moments. Then share your beautiful images easier than ever with a compatible smart device. Whether you're a passionate photographer or videographer looking for a tool to ignite your creativity, a pro in need of a nimble second camera or someone looking for an ideal blend of versatility and convenience, the D7200 is ready for your challenge.FEATURES: Your vision in stunning definition - Free of an optical low-pass filter, the D7200 produces remarkably pure, sharp photos and videos. Its 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor works together with EXPEED 4 image processing and NIKKOR lenses to enhance detail and tonality. This outstanding image quality is maintained all the way up to ISO 25,600 (two full stops higher than the D7200's predecessor) for amazing low-light images. You can also now expand the ISO range up to BW1 (51,200) and BW2 (102,400) to shoot monochromatic photos in even more challenging lighting situations. Whether shooting stills or video, selecting the 1.3x crop mode extends the reach of NIKKOR DX and FX-format lenses, getting you closer to sports, action, wildlife and more.Nikon's first DSLR with built-in Wi-Fi & NFC - Share your outstanding D7200 photos with no hassle, even when on the go. Just touch your compatible* smartphone or tablet with NFC to the D7200 to establish a Wi-Fi connection. Once connected, you can use your smart device to browse photos on the D7200 and then share your favorites by text message, email or posting online. You can also use your smart device as a remote for the D7200—see what the camera sees and take pictures!

From the Manufacturer


Share your creative vision in stunning definition with Nikon's first DSLR to feature built-in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC; NFC feature for Android v 4.0 or later smart devices only). A 24.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor with no optical low-pass filter captures remarkably pure, sharp photos and videos all the way up to ISO 25,600, while EXPEED 4 image processing and Nikon's 51-point autofocus system helps deliver the speed to capture up to 6 fps. Add versatile video features, in-camera time-lapse and creative effects plus outstanding compatibility with the Nikon imaging system, and it's easy to see why the D7200 is the new star of Nikon's DX-format line-up.


Photo of the Nikon D7200 DSLR
I AM BORN TO BE EXTREME

For the first time, the exhilarating image quality, low-light capabilities and speed of a Nikon DSLR are available with the convenience of built-in Wi-Fi and Near Field Communication (NFC). Introducing the D7200, the new star of Nikon's DX-format line-up. Bring your creative vision to life with photos and videos that shine with sharpness and clarity. Shoot in nearly any light, from dawn until after dusk, and capture everything from sports and action to wildlife and everyday moments. Then share your beautiful images easier than ever with a compatible smart device. Whether you're a passionate photographer or videographer looking for a tool to ignite your creativity, a pro in need of a nimble second camera or someone looking for an ideal blend of versatility and convenience, the D7200 is ready for your challenge.

Nikon D7200 photo of a soccer player highlighting stunning, sharp photos and video

Transform the ordinary

Your vision in stunning definition

Free of an optical low-pass filter, the D7200 produces remarkably pure, sharp photos and videos. Its 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor works together with EXPEED 4 image processing and NIKKOR lenses to enhance detail and tonality. This outstanding image quality is maintained all the way up to ISO 25,600 (two full stops higher than the D7200's predecessor) for amazing low-light images. You can also now expand the ISO range up to BW1 (51,200) and BW2 (102,400) to shoot monochromatic photos in even more challenging lighting situations. Whether shooting stills or video, selecting the 1.3x crop mode extends the reach of NIKKOR DX and FX-format lenses, getting you closer to sports, action, wildlife and more.

Nikon snapbridge logo and the D7200 and smartphone showing wireless connectivity

Share every thrilling creation

Nikon's first DSLR with built-in Wi-Fi & NFC

Share your outstanding D7200 photos with no hassle, even when on the go. Just touch your compatible* smartphone or tablet with NFC to the D7200 to establish a Wi-Fi connection. Once connected, you can use your smart device to browse photos on the D7200 and then share your favorites by text message, email or posting online. You can also use your smart device as a remote for the D7200; see what the camera sees and take pictures!

Nikon D7200 photos of a motorcycle rider showing continuous shooting speed

Catch shots others might miss

High-speed frame rate and increased buffer

With its 6 fps* shooting capacity, the D7200 is an outstanding choice for sports, wildlife and other fast action. It has a large buffer capacity that can handle up to approx. 100 shots of continuous shooting when in JPEG/fine/large; up to approx. 27 shots in 12-bit lossless compressed RAW or up to approx. 18 shots when using 14-bit lossless compressed RAW and DX-format image size. Switch to 1.3x image size and capture approx. 7 fps* in continuous high-speed mode.
*When using live view, the maximum frame rate will be approx. 3.7 fps.

Nikon D7200 photos of a city landscape

Beautifully rendered time-lapse movies

Record daily life in stunning quality or experiment with new forms of creative expression. Create beautifully rendered time-lapse movies with smooth exposure variations entirely in-camera - a first for Nikon DX-format cameras. Make smooth exposure transitions with Auto ISO while monitoring with Highlight Display (Zebra Stripes). Apply Flat Picture Control for easier color grading in post. Transfer uncompressed footage onto an external recorder with the optional HC-E1 HDMI Cable while recording simultaneously to the internal SD memory card. Use the optional ME-W1 Wireless Microphone and record clear monaural audio from subjects as far as 164ft/50m away, or attach the optional ME-1 Stereo Microphone to the ME-W1 Wireless Microphone's remote unit for stereo recording.

Nikon D7200 photos of a woman dancing with a man

Focus on challenging situations

Whether you're capturing images in daylight or after dusk, the D7200's superb AF system will keep up. Its Advanced Multi-CAM 3500 II autofocus sensor module achieves outstanding focus detection, even at a very dim -3 EV (ISO 100, 20C/68F). Its high-density 51 focus points cover a wide area of the frame in DX format and most of the frame in 1.3x Crop Mode, while 15 cross-type sensors in the center provide higher detection strength. One center AF point even works all the way to f/8, for greater focusing performance when using teleconverters.



Supplied Accessories

  • D7200 Body Only
  • EN-EL15 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • MH-25A Battery Charger
  • UC-E17 USB Cable
  • AN-DC1 Neck Strap
  • DK-5 Eyepiece Cap
  • DK-23 Rubber Eyecup
  • BF-1B Body Cap


Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

346 of 354 people found the following review helpful.
5This Work Horse Easily Competes with Full-Frame Cameras!
By mdpautzke
[[VIDEOID:24a541ab1b00ac0bb18ee91792e70af2]] When looking to purchase a camera, my main concerns were low light capabilities, battery life, time-lapse capabilities, and cost. This camera exceeded all my expectations.

- It handles higher ISO very well. I'm very big on night photography. I usually will set the camera on 3200 - 6400 ISO and this has done an amazing job at keeping noise levels down and preserving detail.
- There is a built in intervalometer for time-lapse. Some limitations are that you can have a max of 30 second exposures. However, that should cover 99% of your scenarios.
- Battery life is phenomenal! When taking normal everyday photos, I have gotten 2000+ images on one charge. When doing long exposures, battery life is cut down to 1/3 as it takes battery to hold the shutter open. You can expect to get 5-6 hours of a 30 second exposure time lapse.
- Image quality is fantastic, and the burst of 6 photos a second is more than I need.
-Not having the deep pockets for a full frame camera, this was a great alternative. It easily competes with full-frame!
-Have taken more than 30,000 images in the short time I have owned the camera and not a single problem. Work Horse.

As an image can say much more than words, I will leave you with these samples.

178 of 191 people found the following review helpful.
5A worthy successor to the D300
By Andy
I ordered my D7200 directly from Nikon, and it arrived earlier this week. My prior camera is the Nikon D300, and the D7200 is the first DX successor to the D300 that I felt was worthwhile, so I pulled the trigger and ordered it with the 18-140mm kit lens (which is surprisingly good). I'd previously played with the D7000 (not enough of an upgrade), D750 (passed on it due to the 1/4000 max shutter speed) and D810 (couldn't justify $3000 for what is a hobby for me).

I have primarily taken action photography with the D300 - bicycle racing of various forms - and would use 6fps, 12-bit RAW at times, or JPEG at other times when I was feeling lazy. One of the things I didn't like about the D300 was its high noise levels at anything above ISO 800, so good high ISO performance is important to me. The D7200's high ISO performance is light years ahead of it - see the attached picture that was taken at 1/20 sec, ISO 12800, handheld with the kit lens at 116mm. There's just no way I could do that with a D300. The 2nd picture is taken at ISO 1600. Again, far, far better than the D300.

My impressions are still preliminary - I'm still getting used to the very different modes on the D7200 when compared to the D300 (scene, full auto, effects, different AF modes that the D300 didn't have, and so on), but thus far I'm really impressed with the upgrade. The auto mode produces reliably good photographs in a point-and-shoot style, the scene modes are actually useful, and AF performance is significantly better in every aspect when compared to the D300. Low light focus is, subjectively, better - I haven't done a direct comparison, but it feels better.

Regarding buffer depth - yes, it's better than the D300, and while I haven't yet shot action with it, I'm pretty sure it will work just fine. If you use a fast SD card, you can achieve somewhere around 14 shots at 5fps (no, that's not a typo) before it slows down when you are shooting 14-bit RAW. Using 12-bit RAW you can get somewhere around 20-25 shots at 6fps.

To the person that said that it's a tinker toy: there's no way you've actually held it; the build quality is as good, if not better than, the D300. Both have magnesium bodies. The grip is virtually the same size as the D300 - the single biggest thing I noticed is the relative difference in location of the shutter release, and that took all of 5 minutes to adjust to.

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
5I am still learning a lot about this camera but absolutely love it. I wish I would have skipped purchasing ...
By Dacia D.
I went from the Nikon D3200 to the D7200. I am still learning a lot about this camera but absolutely love it. I wish I would have skipped purchasing the D3200 & went for this from the get go. Takes a lot better photos in the low light situations. Have no complaints about this camera.

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