Nikon D7100 vs Canon 7D Specification comparison review, Nikon D7100 features higher megapixel sensor, No optical low pass filter but limited burst speed.
Nikon D7100 features newly developed 24.1-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor and Canon 7D features 18 MP APS-C CMOS sensor, Nikon D7100 is bit larger sensor and features more megapixel than Canon 7D.
No Optical Low Pass Filter
Due to no optical low pass filter the Nikon D7100 will capture more details, color and have less noise at high ISO.
Nikon D7100 features broad ISO range compared to Canon 7D, you get ISO 50-25,600, Canon 7D is limited to 100-12800.
Nikon D7100 features 51 point advance AF system with 15 cross type points, Canon 7D offers all cross-type 19-point autofocus system. So you get more cross AF points in Canon 7D.
Continuous Shooting Speed
Canon 7D have better Continuous shooting speed compared to Nikon D7100. (6fps vs 8fps)
For continuous shooting sequences, the 7D can capture bursts of up to 126 JPEGs (large) when using UDMA CF memory cards, or 15 when shooting RAW files.
With Nikon D7100 you get rapid six frames-per-second (fps) burst speed in 1.3X crop mode.
Nikon D7100 features full HD video recording at 60fps with contrast detect AF system, Canon 7D Full HD is limited to 30fps only and no contrast AF or Phase AF available during video shooting.
Nikon D7100 features bigger and better display.
In-camera HDR mode in D7100
Nikon include Selective Colour, Miniature, High and Low Key, Silhouette, Colour Sketch and Night Vision effects.
- Nikon D7100 features bigger and better sensor
- No Optical Low Pass Filter in D7100
- Advance 51 point AF System
- Broad ISO Range in D7100
- Better Video mode in D7100 and
- Better and bigger Display
- Canon 7D features fast continuous shooting speed
We highly Recommend you to buy Nikon D7100 DSLR