The Nikon D7200 is a powerful new camera intended for ambitious amateurs to semi-professionals who want to jump into photography with the control and capabilities of an upper level DSLR. The D7200 adds some important features, most notably a larger buffer, improved autofocus performance in low light, 60p video, Wi-Fi with NFC, and 15% better battery life.
Nikon D7200: From Snapshots to Great Shots has one goal: to teach D7200 owners how to make great shots using their new camera. Users learn how to use the D7200 to create the type of photos that inspired them to buy the camera in the first place. Everything in the book is in service of creating a great image.
While the camera manual explains what the camera can do, it doesn't show exactly how to use the camera to create great images! That’s where Nikon D7200: From Snapshots to Great Shots comes in. Starting with the top ten things users need to know about the camera, author Jerod Foster carefully guides readers through the operating features. Readers get practical advice from a pro on which settings to use when, great shooting tips, and end of chapter assignments.
Nikon D7200 key features:
24.2MP CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter
Multi-CAM 3500DX II 51-point AF system, all sensitive to -3EV
2,016-pixel RGB metering sensor, used for 3D subject tracking in AF-C
ISO 100-25,600, with ISO 51,200 and 102,400 black and white modes
6 fps continuous shooting (7 fps in 1.3x crop mode) with increased buffer depth
1/8000 sec maximum shutter speed
3.2", 1.2M dot RGBW LCD display
1080/60p video (1.3x crop only) with clean output over HDMI and Flat Picture Control
Dual SD card slots
Wi-Fi with NFC
Magnesium alloy weather-sealed body
The D7200 will be available in two kits when it ships in early April. For the body only it will be priced at $1,199.95, and if you throw in the 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6 ED VR lens the price rises to $1,699.95.