A new DSLR on the block has just been announced, and we are referring to the Nikon D7100. The Nikon Nikon D7100 will fill in the niche of a lightweight DSLR that will feature a spanking new DX-format (APS-C) sensor, where this 24.1-megapixel shooter sports imaging technology which will take the trail of dropping the optical low-pass filter in return for enhanced resolution. Of course, the naming convention itself gives the game away, as the Nikon D7100 will continue from where the D7000 left off.
You will find features in the Nikon D7100 such as a sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 25,600, better noise reduction so that your photos captured in low light conditions look a whole lot better, an EXPEED 3 processor that will make you wonder whether you have a Nikon D4 in your hands, RAW images capture, as well as a 3.2-inch LCD display that is accompanied by an OLED display within the viewfinder itself. Do you think that it is time for you to make the jump to upgrade city? Just how much will you need to fork out for the Nikon D7100 then? It will be easier on your pockets at $1,200 sans any extras, but if you want an 18-105mm lens kit, then be prepared to be $1,600 poorer. [Press Release]
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