Nikon D7100 Review

Video Review

The Nikon D7100 looks to pick up where its predecessor - the
Nikon D7000 - left off. Nikon more than caters for the entry level
photographer, while it's spent the past few years adding more options
for the professional photographer. The Nikon D7100 looks to provide a
capable and logical stepping stone between the two camps with an
attractive featureset and price point.

The D7100 features a range
of revisions on its predecessor, including the LCD screen, AF module and
video functionality, amongst others. To find out how successful these
have or haven't been, check out our full video review below.

 

 




























Matt Golowczynski

Matt writes reviews and technical features for What Digital Camera. He recently swapped his trusty Canon EOS 40D for an EOS 5D MkII, with which he is deliriously happy. He writes about a variety of technical issues and demystifies some of the digital photography world's most impenetrable jargon.

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Price as reviewed

£1,299.00

Scores

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Scores
Design 19/20
Image Quality 17/20
Performance 17/20
Value 17/20
Features 20/20
Overall Score 90%

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