We knew since the beginning of the week that Nikon was preparing something and the rumors were true because the manufacturer has unveiled overnight on a new housing SLR: the Nikon D7100. A beautiful beast, which will be positioned in front of the Canon EOS 60D and is therefore addressed to expert and enthusiastic audience. Interestingly, of course, much more than the D7100 combines the good points. Yes, and if you want to know more, know that everything is explained a little further down and you'll be able to find photos of the case, of course, but also its technical characteristics.
It must be confessed, the Nikon D7100 is not ugly to look at. Relatively compact, it enjoys a very elaborate and ergonomics reminiscent D600. Positive, the new Nikon SLR housing construction enjoys Tropical and it will be perfectly able to assist you in any occasion. Not bad, of course, and it is not the only asset of the beast.
Concerning the technical specifications, the D7100 enjoys a DX CMOS sensor 24.1 megapixels without low-pass filter and an EXPEED 3 chip. Besides that, you can also count on a sensitivity between ISO 100 to 6400 (expandable to ISO 25600), an autofocus 51 points including 15 cross , a burst mode at 6 frames per second and 1080p video recording / 60i/50i/30p/25p/24p. Printing, right? Certainly, and this proves that Nikon does not want field release of the video. Then, well there is also a viewfinder coverage close to 100%, a 3.2 inch screen (1.229k pixels) and dual SD card slot.
The big downside, however, is that the Nikon D7100 does not include unfortunately no WiFi chip and you must necessarily pass through the adapter sold off if you want to use this technology. Which is cool, by cons is that the case enjoys a headphone output, microphone input, an HDMI output and a USB port. On paper, this is not bad, but we can all de same regret that Nikon did not think to include swivel screen.