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The Nikon D7100 is the much-anticipated new arrival from Nikon. This enthusiast camera is a serious upgrade of the much-loved D7000, featuring a 24 Megapixel sensor with no OLPF filter. This allows for a much sharper resolution than your average camera at this level. Nikon have also included 51 Auto Focus points; this lets you pinpoint your focus to more areas of the frame than ever before. Videographers will delight in the D7100’s improved 1080p shooting as well as built-in stereo microphones. Like the D7000, the D7100 comes weather sealed so it can go wherever you go.


Heavyweight performance. Lightweight body

The D7100 combines high-end performance and a range of advanced functions with the versatility of a lightweight and compact body.
Its large 24.1-megapixel DX-format CMOS and precise 51-point autofocus system let you capture photos that will inspire envy.

Designed to dazzle

The D7100 offers the incredible image quality found in our top D-SLR cameras.
At its core is the newly developed DX-format 24.1-megapixel CMOS and legendary EXPEED 3 engine. Capture stills and videos in all lighting conditions with its low-noise performance and high ISO sensitivity range. For maximum sharpness when capturing highly detailed subjects, the D7100 does not employ a low-pass filter - making it ideal for landscape photography. 

A portable performer

The D7100 combines high performance with the agility of a compact and lightweight body. Its advanced high-speed continuous shooting allows for approximately 7 fps. The D7100 features a versatile 51-point autofocus that ensures your subjects are always in sharp focus. Furthermore, a 1.3x crop of DX function offers on-demand telephoto effects to your stills and videos, letting you bring the action closer when needed.

Clearly superior

Shooting through the D7100's glass pentaprism viewfinder is a true joy. This unique viewfinder offers 100% frame coverage at 0.94x magnification - letting you precisely compose your shots. Setting information is clearly presented in the viewfinder's organic EL display - a technology that is sharper and more energy-efficient.

Quality you can see

For those times when you prefer to frame your shots through the monitor, you will appreciate the extreme clarity and wide viewing angle of the D7100's 3.2-inch 1,229k-dot resolution TFT LCD monitor. This newly developed screen features RGBW alignment technology, offering improved brightness and resolution compared to RGB screens.

Available Colours Black
Array 24MP
Sensor Size 23.4 x 15.6mm
ISO/Sensitivity 100-6400
Image Stabilisation No
Autofocus Points 51 points
Lens Mount Nikon
LCD Size 3.2"
Touchscreen No
Liveview Yes
Viewfinder Optical TTL
Min Shutter Speed 30 sec
Max Shutter Speed 1/8000 sec
Built-in Flash Pop-up
Continuous Shooting Speed 6 fps
Self Timer 2 or 10 sec
Metering 3D Color Matrix II
Video Resolution No
Memory Type SD, SDHC, SDXC
WiFi No
GPS No
Connectivity USB 2
Battery el-15
Battery Type Lithium-ion
Charger Includes Li-Ion Charger
File Formats JPEG, RAW, AVCHD
Dimensions Approx. 135.5 x 106.5 x 76 mm
Box Contents No
Skill Level Enthusiast, Professional, Semi-Professional
Lifestyle Uses Family/Pets/Party, Portrait, Sports, Travel/Landscape
Waterproof No
Manufacturer's Warranty 12 Months

Great camera
Alain piaia , Tyabb victoria Australia , 20/02/2014

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Love the camera but still a lot learn yet

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Screen size
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


I am very happy with the D7100. I had a D5000 before and was familiar with how to change settings etc and now have to learn a heap more.
Ronnie , East Gippsland , 13/02/2014

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I am very happy with the D7100. I had a D5000 before and was familiar with how to change settings etc and now have to learn a heap more.

Pros: Easy to use, Battery life, Screen size
Cons: Bulky
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


The Nikon D7100 is an excellent camera
Alan Aldrich , Windsor , 13/02/2014

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What else can I say

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Screen size
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Best APS-C on the market today?
Colin , Canberra , 16/01/2014

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Decisions, decisions. Do I go FX, or stick with DX? This is something I grappled with for some time before finally settling on the D7100 as an upgrade move from my D5100 (which was only 6 months old anyway).

Do I regret the decision? In no way whatsoever. I purchased a Sigma 10 - 20 to add to the growing lens collection at the same time and have been pondering, ever since, how i have managed to live without such a combination.

Having just rediscovered the joy of photograph after a decades long break from the days of shooting film, I found the D5100 a perfect aid to tapping into and recalling the memories of capturing light on film. The D7100, though, is a serious jump in creative potential. That there is a noticeable -- to me -- improvement in image quality over the D5100 is a bonus. I'll keep the D5100 as a backup and in situations where I want to have two lenses handy.

If you're teetering on that cusp of a decision between sticking with DX and going to FX, and you have a little collection of decent glass, then it's always going to be a tough call. But, I still reckon the D7100 would be the way to go (unless you're taking the big plunge to, say a D800e).

Pros: Build quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Best APS-C currently on the market?
Colin , Canberra , 10/01/2014

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I've had my D7100 for about two months now, having picked up my first DSLR -- a D5100 -- about 9 months ago and finding that the old 'click click' bug had bitten again. The D5100 was meant to be relegated to back-up duties but, so far, it has sat in the camera bag. I thought long and hard about going FX before deciding on the D7100. I'm not disappointed in sticking with DX (for now) with the D7100 any way. It is a camera with serious creative potential that I am beginning to now tap into. Image quality is simply spectacular and there is a noticeable difference between what I can get out of the D5100 (still a brilliant camera) and the D7100. Bear in mind that I rarely use anything other than 'M' on the settings dial, but this camera delivers exactly what is in my mind's eye.

Pros: Build quality, Battery life, Screen size
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Simply the best DSLR...
James , Brisbane , 9/01/2014

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Absolutely fantastic camera; built, performance and easy to use. Reasonably light for the solid-built quality. Buttons and interface are easy to access. This is one camera that will suit beginner to pro. It has more features than you could ever imagine and need. With image quality this good there is no reason to go full frame unless you like the weight, bulkiness, post processing images and cash to burn. Outperforms D610 in my opinion. Takes wider range of lenses. Get more out of your FX telephoto lens. Spend time familiarise with this camera and there will be nothing you cannot capture.

Pros: Easy to use, Build quality, Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Excellent camera
Troy , Brisbane , 2/01/2014

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Used on holiday in Hong Kong for the first time. Setup was really easy. The battery lasted for the full 2 weeks. Picture results are awesome.

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Battery life
Cons: Screen size
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Great camera
Kit Hamilton , Bali , 10/12/2013

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I'm very happy with my Nikon D7100! Excellent quality pictures, relatively uncomplicated to use. User's manual needs additional info on choosing a single focus point.

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Battery life, Screen size
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Camera is beyond my expectation
Zig , 19/09/2013

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Good low light images, good action shots, low noise or non existent noise in all shots. It is a great camera!!

Pros: Easy to use, Build quality, Screen size
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Fantastic.
John Travis , Auckland, NZ , 19/08/2013

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Excellent specs, an all round great camera! No troubles at all, easy to use interface. Can't go wrong with this!

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Battery life, Screen size
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


gr8 camera
snapper pops , 4/07/2013

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marked improvement on the D200.
camera sensitivity to light is high.... gr8 for night shots

Pros: Compact, Build quality, Battery life
Cons: Complicated
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Simply the best DX camera ever
mitchamrumpus , mitcham , 3/07/2013

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Image quality, especially in low light is stunning. Feature set is right up there with the full frame pro cameras. Speed of focus and processing of photos is very fast. Really can't complain about anything. This was a replacement of my D90. Half the price of the D600 and basically does a better job in all respects. I do a lot of sports and some portrait photography and everyone agrees my photo image quality has vastly improved since the D90 which was already pretty good. The Ted's guys at Eastland once again a fine job with assistance and service. Very highly recommended!

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Screen size
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Love it
gailleon , 27/06/2013

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As much as I love this camera, I am disapointed that I already have spots on the sensor. One really bad one at the top, and a few others scattered. I do not change lenses as I have 2 cameras. Otherwise a great camera.

Pros: Easy to use, Build quality, Screen size
Cons: Bulky
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Best camera for the price range
Baljit , Brisbane , 30/05/2013

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Great camera and very easy to use. 51 autofocus points is great. took some great pictures of the kids. My 14year old son loves it and is experimenting with it.

Pros: Easy to use, Build quality, Screen size
Cons: Bulky, Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Amazing
Danielle , Canberra , 24/05/2013

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I have been very interested in photography for years, started with a point and click camera, moved up to the Nikon D3000, then upgraded to the Nikon D7100! And i absolutely love this camera. It is great! Extremely happy with it :)

Pros: Build quality, Screen size
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Glad that I purchased the D7100
Keith Patford , Whittlesea , 12/05/2013

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I haven't had an opportunity to read the manual thoroughly yet (as I travelled to China for a hectic 3-week holiday immediately after my purchase), and consequently I have been unable to master the finer nuances of the camera..no doubt this will come with time and usage. First impressions though are 'extremely satisfied'.

Pros: Easy to use, Build quality, Screen size
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes


Bought for a Vietnam trip
Bron , Melbourne , 25/04/2013

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We bought this camera for my 16yo daughter to take on a school Vietnam trip. We spent the weekend before she left reading up on directions. By the time she left she was operating the camera with ease. I was worried about it being too bulky for her to carry on a daily basis, but she said it wasn't heavy at all.

Pros: Easy to use, Build quality, Battery life, Screen size
Cons: Bulky
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes