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Nikon D7100

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Nikon D7100
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Type Digital single-lens reflex
Sensor 23.5 mm × 15.6 mm Nikon DX format RGB CMOS sensor, 1.5 × FOV crop
Maximum resolution 6,000 × 4,000 (24.1 effective megapixels)
Lens Interchangeable, Nikon F-mount
Focus Manual, Auto, Focus-lock, Electronic rangefinder,
Live preview and video modes: Subject-tracking, Face-priority, Wide-area, Normal-Area
Flash Built in Pop-up, Guide number 12m at ISO 100, Standard ISO hotshoe, Compatible with the Nikon Creative Lighting System, featuring commander mode for wireless setups
Shutter Electronically-controlled vertical-travel focal-plane shutter
Shutter speed range 30 s to 1/8000 s in 1/2 or 1/3 stops and Bulb, 1/250 s X-sync
Exposure metering TTL 3D Color Matrix Metering II metering with a 2,016 pixel RGB sensor
Exposure modes Auto modes (auto, auto [flash off]), Advanced Scene Modes (Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Close-up, Night Portrait), programmed auto with flexible program (P), shutter-priority auto (S), aperture-priority auto (A), manual (M), quiet (Q) and Effect mode.
Metering modes 3D Color Matrix Metering II, Center-weighted and Spot
Focus areas 51-area AF system, Multi-CAM 3500DX AF Sensor Module
Area modes: 3D-tracking, Auto-area, Dynamic-area, Single-point
Focus modes Instant single-servo (AF-S); continuous-servo (AF-C); auto AF-S/AF-C selection (AF-A); Full time AF (AF-F); manual (M)
Continuous shooting 6 frame/s or 7 frame/s in 1.3x crop mode.
Viewfinder Optical 0.94× Pentaprism, 100% coverage
Flash bracketing 2 or 3 frames in steps of 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 1 or 2 EV
Custom WB Auto, Incandescent, Fluorescent, Sunlight, Flash, Cloudy, Shade, Kelvin temperature, Preset
Rear LCD monitor 3.2-inch 1,228,800 dots TFT-LCD
Storage Secure Digital, SDHC, SDXC compatible (Dual Slot)
Battery Nikon EN-EL15 Lithium-Ion battery
Weight Approx. 675 g (1.488 lb)
Optional battery packs Nikon MB-D15 battery grip
The Nikon D7100 [1] is an F-mount DSLR camera with a 24.1 megapixel DX format CMOS image sensor announced by Nikon in February 2013.[2] It is the successor to the D7000.


Video Performance

  • When using the D7100 as a video capture mode, the camera will display audio meter overlays over the left edge of the LCD.
  • The D7100 doesn't allow the lens aperture to be adjusted during video capture.
  • The slowest shutter speed in video capture mode appears to be 1/25th of a second.

Advantages and disadvantages

Although the D7100 has 24.1MP, while the D7000 has only 16.2MP, there are no significant improvement for the newer ones. DxOMark say is "just a smidge better in all regards". The D7100 also removed the Optical Low Pass Filter (OLPF), but compared with Nikon D5200 which has same 24.1MP sensor and still has OLPF, the difference is insignificant.
The sensor of the D7100 uses Nikons DX format, resulting in a crop factor of 1.5x. Additionally the software enables an additional crop of 1.3x (resulting in approximately 1.95x compared to 35mm). Selecting this additional crop mode allows faster focusing in video mode and also enables interlaced video recording modes.[3]


  1. "Nikon D7100". Nikon Corporation. Retrieved February 21, 2013.
  2. Nikon introduces the D7100
  3. "The Best Midrange DSLR is the Nikon D7100". May 17, 2013.

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