RUMOR: Nikon To Announce D7200 At CP+ Next Week? Here’s How It Compares To The D7100

Feb 3, 2015

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RUMOR: Nikon To Announce D7200 At CP+ Next Week? Here’s How It Compares To The D7100

Feb 3, 2015

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How Will The D7200 Outperform it's predecessor, the D7100?
How will the D7200 outperform it’s predecessor, the D7100?

We’ve heard rumors that Nikon has been working on the D7200 as a follow up to the D7100 and D7000, models and if this report from DiaryOfDennis is accurate, it looks like the company will be announce the new model at next week’s CP+ Camera And Photo Show. NikonRumors also posted on the possibility of an official announcement. Both websites are citing the same source, Novocert.ru, a Russian website which has gathered documents and information regarding the reportedly forthcoming Nikon cameras.

D7100 vs. D7200: A Side By Side Comparison

Using the leaked specs of the D7200, here’s how it will stack up against the D7100:

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In addition to the D7200, Nikon is expected to announce the Nikon 1 J5 mirrorless, along with some point and shoot Coolpix models, as well.

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You can read the documents via Novocert by clicking here for the D7200 and here for Nikon 1 J5, though let it be noted, the documents are in Russian.

[ via Diary Of Dennis | Nikon Rumors | Lead Image By George Rex ]

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17 responses to “RUMOR: Nikon To Announce D7200 At CP+ Next Week? Here’s How It Compares To The D7100”

  1. Lex Arias Avatar
    Lex Arias

    Mmm nice specs, if the buffer is big, this gonna be good

    1. Tiffany Mueller Avatar
      Tiffany Mueller

      The buffer is rumored to be 16 RAW+JPG.

      1. RBR Avatar
        RBR

        That would certainly be a step in the right direction, but RAM is cheap. Nikon needs to use more across the board. More is better in this case.

      2. Lex Arias Avatar
        Lex Arias

        nice

  2. Patrick Fulgencio Avatar
    Patrick Fulgencio

    Where did you get these specs?

    1. Tiffany Mueller Avatar
      Tiffany Mueller

      Hi Patrick, check the via link. Also, this additional link from Nikon Rumors http://nikonrumors.com/2014/12/15/nikon-d7200-rumored-specifications.aspx/

      1. Reputable Source Avatar
        Reputable Source

        None of the links you’ve provided mention anything about 8 FPS or ISO 50 — what’s the source on that?

        1. Tiffany Mueller Avatar
          Tiffany Mueller

          This has been reported more than once on Nikon Rumors as well as other resources (though I presume they are getting their info from NR, too)

          http://nikonrumors.com/2014/11/03/nikon-d7200d9300-specifications-maybe.aspx/

          http://www.slrlounge.com/nikon-d7200-specs-include-8fps-72-point-af-system-rumor/

          1. Reputable Source Avatar
            Reputable Source

            Thanks. More recently, the rumors have pointed towards 6 FPS, as in the articles you linked to originally.

          2. Mike D Avatar
            Mike D

            If the D7200 is only 6 FPS, it’s much less than a significant upgrade even if the buffer is slightly larger. I can’t image much market demand by the enthusiast. Nikon is trying to push them into their new full frame bodies anyway. I sure hope I’m wrong about the 6 FPS.

  3. Kalpak Avatar
    Kalpak

    If it’s these specs, it is a good competitor to the Canon 7D Mark II. Else, (and hopefully not!) it will only be an incremental upgrade to the D7100.

    1. RBR Avatar
      RBR

      Not really. Canon have really deep buffers. I have spoken with some Canon shooters at air shows and, when comparing competitive DX models, the Canons are able to keep going when the Nikons are in buffer overrun.

  4. fauxshizzl Avatar
    fauxshizzl

    I miss the articulating screen from my D5100 on my D7000. I hope the 7200 does include that.

  5. HKG Avatar
    HKG

    I will buy this camera as soon as it is offered for Pre Order.

  6. Frank Nazario Avatar
    Frank Nazario

    Awesome the D7100 is having a price drop comming soon! I dont care for the flip out screen most of my work is using artificial light so the 100 ISO is perfect… and with the image quality of the D7100 paired with the correct lens full frame is a mute argument. YES!

    1. LPfromNJ Avatar
      LPfromNJ

      Probably not a price drop. The D7200 will probably be $1100 to keep the D
      7100’s price right where it is.

    2. LPfromNJ Avatar
      LPfromNJ

      They just released the price. Don’t say I didn’t warn ya.