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Nikon D7200 vs. Nikon D7100

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We’ve to give a hard try to pick the real difference between the two cameras Nikon D7200 and Nikon D7100 as both the two cameras are successor and predecessor of each other and they’re closely resembled to one another in almost every specifications. Though,we’ll talk more on those specification in which they are dissimilar.

Major Difference

Nikon D7200 vs. Nikon D7100 Specification Comparison Table.

Nikon D7200 vs. Nikon D7100  5Sensor: Despite of having same resolution and sensor size and resolution, the Nikon D7200 sensor is new so we will see for sure some performance improvement in the camera.

Image processor: Just look at the table it’s clearly seen that Nikon D7200 uses Expeed 4 processor while its predecessor Nikon D7100 is operating by Expeed 3. The expeed 4 has a great help in consuming less power while capturing full HD (1080p) video at 50/60fps and decrease your anxiousness with improved contrast detection autofocus and live preview autofocus.

ISO: Thanks to the new sensor the Nikon D7200 can boost up its ISO range upto 102400, whereas the Nikon D7100 ISO is limited to 25600.

AF System: The AF system remains same and that’s the most disappointing point here.

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WiFi– Wifi with NFC in Nikon D7200 plays a key role in sharing your images and videos with your some near and closest friend or someone by connecting with their android, iOs devices,tabs etc.

Battery life: The Nikon D7200 has been packed with a very powerful battery and that can apply power to the camera to take upto 1110 number of shots and on the other hand the battery of Nikon D7100 can let you to take 950 shots only.

Weight and dimensions: Dimensions are of same scale to both the cameras but again the Nikon D7200 is more comfortable to carry due to its lower mass as contrast with the Nikon D7100.

Verdict: Nikon D7200 have better core specification compared to Nikon D7100, the camera features new sensor, better image processor amd Built-in WiFi with NFC, hence we highly recommend you to go with Nikon D7200.

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Nikon D5500 vs Nikon D7100

Nikon-D5500-vs-D7100-NCNikon D5500 vs Nikon D7100, Nikon D5500 is a mid entry level DSLR on the other hand Nikon D7100 is a high end APS-C camera, however its almost a year that Nikon D7100 was announced…



The Nikon D5500 and Nikon D5500 features same sensor as of Nikon D7100, so you will get approx same image quality compared to Nikon D7100.

Image Processor

The Nikon D5500 Camera features advance image processor, the Expeed 4, but the new image processor doesn’t literally help the D5500 camera since the ISO speed, the continuous shooting speed and the video specifications remains almost same (although the Nikon D7100 have bit fast continuous shooting speed despite of having older generation of image processor.)

So it’s look like the Nikon has limited the functionality of the Expeed 4 image processor inside the Nikon D5500 camera.

Advance Autofocus System inside Nikon D7100

The Nikon D5500 features 39 distinct AF points, including nine cross-type sensors on the other hand the Nikon D7100 features  professional-level DSLRs and comes with 51-point focus area with 15 cross-type sensors for detecting both vertical and horizontal variations.

If you are a sports shooter you must get Nikon D7100.

Introduction of the touch screen in D5500

The First Nikon DSLR with a Touch Display unit: Nikon D5500 comes with a large 3.2″ 1,037k-dot vari-angle touchscreen LCD monitor, which features a 180° swivel design, touchscreen functions allow you to pinch to zoom, navigate menus, choose settings, and choose your focus point.

Wireless Connectivity inside Nikon D5500: The Nikon D5500 features built-in WiFi connectivity, that helps you to transfer your images without any physical pain.

Other advantages of Nikon D7100: The Nikon D7100 includes bright viewfinder, weather sealed design and more battery life.

Verdict:  Based on core specification we do recommend you to buy Nikon D7100 camera since it features advance core specification compared to Nikon D5500 DSLR and there is very less difference in the price tag of both the camera.

Also look at the Nikon D7100 Special Deal Page at Amazon

Buy Nikon D7100 from Amazon | B&H   ||  Buy Nikon D5500 from Amazon | B&H

Nikon D7200 vs Nikon D7100 - Rumored Specification Comparison


Yes we can’t wait, we have done a specification comparison review based on the rumored specification of the Nikon D7200 camera, take a look at the details below

Nikon-D7200-vs-Nikon-D7100-If the rumored specification are true then the upcoming Nikon D7200 camera will have a major specification upgrade over the current Nikon D7100 camera, the upcoming Nikon D7200 camera will give better output with more ISO range, advance AF sensor by having 72 AF points and fast continuous shooting speed and a option to record Full HD videos at 120fps.

Rumored Comparison picked from here

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High ISO TEST - Sony A77 II vs Canon 70D vs Nikon D7100 vs Pentax K-3

Sony-A77-II-imageHigh ISO RAW Test of Sony A77 II camera done by french website focus-numerique, you can download the high resolution sample images from here.

Sony-A77-II-ISO-3200-imagevisible image noise actually starts from ISO 3200, Both Sony A77 II and Canon 70D showing excellent image quality but Nikon D7100 and Pentax K-3 is showing bit high amount of noise compared to Canon or Sony.

Continue reading High ISO TEST – Sony A77 II vs Canon 70D vs Nikon D7100 vs Pentax K-3

Sony A77 II High ISO TEST - Red Tint Problem

We have collected some of the high ISO test images of recently announced Sony A77 II camera, the High ISO test is done with Canon 70D, Nikon D7100 and Sony A77 (predecessor of Sony A77 II), But all JPEG images of A77 II have a bit reddish color tint in them, take a look below


Sony A77 II vs Canon 70D – at least Canon 70D showing real colors and bit more details compared to A77 II at ISO 12800. See specification comparison here


Sony A77 II vs Nikon D7100 – the Sony A77 II is bit more flat compared to Nikon D7100, again the D7100 colors look more real compared to A77 II.Sony-A77-II-vs.-Sony-A77-5

 Sony A77 II vs Sony A77 – Yes finally at ISO 6400 Sony A77 II is showing bot more details compared to its predecessor , but red-tint problem remains constant, on the other hand Sony A77 showing real life colors.

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Sony A77 II vs Nikon D7100


Both camera features excellent core specification and shares same APS-C sensor format, the price of both the camera are exactly the same… take a look at the specification comparison review and see who wins…

Sony-A77-II-vs-Nikon-D7100-Sensor: The Sony A77 II sensor delivers better ISO range and more resolution compare to its competitor, the ISO range of Sony A77 II is 100-51200 and Nikon D7100 ISO range limited to 100-25600.

Image Stabilization : No matter what type of lenses you use, the A77 II offers in body image stabilization, The Nikon D7100 don’t have in body image stabilization, you have to buy VR lenses to fight camera shake.

Low-pass filter: Without low-pass filter the Nikon D7100 will sure give you more details in images compared to A77 II. (when viewed at 100%).

AF System: Technically the Sony A77 II does fast Auto focus since the camera is made with SLT technology, the A77 II uses phase and contrast based system at the same time and uses a total of 79 AF points to quickly acquire the focus, on the other hand the Nikon D7100 uses phase AF system with 51 AF point and contrast based system becomes active when you are using LCD live-view display for shooting your images.

Continuous shooting: Without losing a fraction of second the A77 II shoots blazing fast continuous shots @ 12 fps and Nikon D7100 limited to 6fps.

Display: With A77 II you get Swivel LCD display on the other hand Nikon D7100 comes with fixed LCD display.

Connectivity: The A77 II features WiFi connectivity with NFC (near field communication), you cam share your images witlessly to your network and you can also use your smartphone or tablet to shoot images from a distance. No such facility available in Nikon D7100.

Verdict: The Sony A77 II is a clear winner and a excellent camera based on specification comparison review, but with Nikon D7100 we get a huge amount of high quality lenses to choose from… and without optical low-filter we will get super sharp images when viewed at 100%.

Buy A77 II from Amazon || B&H || Adorama  |||| Buy Nikon D7100 from Amazon | B&H

Fujifilm X-T1 vs. Nikon D7100


Fujifilm X-T1 is a mirrorless camera and Nikon D7100 is a Pro DSLR, both features excellent core specification .. take a look at the major difference below


Nikon D7100 have more resolution compared to Fujifilm X-T1  but, the X-T1 offers more ISO range hence you get better low light images with X-T1 compared to Nikon D7100.

PDAF sensor in Fujifilm X-T1: The Fujifilm X-T1 comes with phase AF pixels within the sensor, the X-T1 quickly acquire focus during still, video or live view shooting, on the other hand the Phase AF of Nikon D7100 is active when you are using optical viewfinder otherwise during live-view mode and video mode only contrast AF is active.

Fujifilm X-T1 offers fast continuous shooting speed compared to Nikon D7100, but Nikon D7100 offers better shutter range ( 1/4000 vs 1/8000).

Fujifilm X-T1 offers tilting screen and you get a better option to compose your image compared to Nikon D7100.

Nikon D7100 offers optical viewfinder and better battery life compared to Fujifilm X-T1.

Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity: Fujifilm X-T1 features built in WiFi connectivity on the other hand Nikon D7100 require WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter to enable WiFi connectivity.

Verdict: Fujifilm X-T1 offers better sensor and fast continuous shooting speed and on the other hand Nikon D7100 have more resolution + huge range of DX and FX lenses and Built-in i-TTL Flash and Speedlight Compatibility.

Finally, We recommend you to buy Fujifilm X-T1 based on specification comparison review.

Buy Fujifilm X-T1 from Amazon || B&H

Buy Nikon D7100 from Amazon | B&H