Nikon is not done impressing its fans yet, even after they introduced two DSLRs couple of weeks back: the D5500 and D810A. Nikon just introduced the D7200, a successor to the D7100 introduced in 2013. The Nikon D7200 is the company’s latest lightweight DSLR, it comes with a 24.2-megapixel DX CMOS sensor (no optical low-pass filter), a 51-point autofocus system, an EXPEED 4 image processing chip and a 3.2-inch fixed LCD. If your sole purpose for buying the Nikon D7200 is to shoot videos, it shoots 1080p at up to 60 fps in the 1.3 crop mode. The lightweight DSLR comes with both WiFi and NFC, a handy feature for sharing your images on the go.
If you’re ready to shell out $1,200, body-only, on the Nikon D7200 you’d get other features like being able to 18 consecutive RAW, 14-bit lossless shots and 30 percent faster image processing when compared to the D7100. The D7200 will be in stores next month, you can also get a DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G kit for $1,700. See the press images below for more.