The Nikon D7100 follows on from the popular D7000 and features a number of developments and improvements. Find out how it fares in our full review.

Product Overview

Overall rating:


Nikon D7100

Overall score:90%
Image Quality:85%


  • Superb LCD screen, responsive, excellent specifications, accurate AWB system, intuitive metering system, high degree of customisation offered


  • Processing times, locking buttons make dials fiddly, image noise, AF could be faster with kit lens, some aliasing artefacts


Nikon D7100 Review


Price as reviewed:


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.



  1. 1. Nikon D7100 review – Features
  2. 2. Design
  3. 3. Performance
  4. 4. Image Quality
  5. 5. Verdict
  6. 6. Comparison
  7. 7. Sample Image Gallery
  8. 8. Video Review
  9. 9. First Look
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