Nikon D7200 Review - The D7200 is Nikon's latest DSLR, and it's aimed at being their best APS-C model to date. Does it succeed? Read on to find out...

Product Overview

Overall rating:


Nikon D7200

Image Quality:90%


  • Addition of NFC connectivity aids one-touch image sharing and smartphone connection; Wide range of control buttons aid customisation; AF system impresses thanks to 51 points


  • Changes in design of the camera body are sadly lacking; LCD screen somewhat underspecified and lacking in any kind of articulation of touch functionality


Nikon D7200 Review


Price as reviewed:

£939.00 (body only)

Nikon D7200 Review – Verdict

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There’s certainly not a huge amount of difference between the D7100 and the D7200, with the new addition upgrading only a few small points.

Many sports and wildlife shooters felt the D7100‘s buffer capacity was somewhat limited, so it’s great to see the Nikon D7200 improve upon this. It’s a touch disappointing, however, not to see touchscreen functionality or tilting/articulation added to the LCD, and also not to see a body restructuring like many of the other recent Nikon cameras.

However while we can draw criticism from the camera’s omissions, fundamentally the D7200 is still a solid performer. The impressive autofocus performance makes it one of the faster APS-C cameras available, it has lots of controls and is constructed of strong and robust materials which make it rugged and weather sealed throughout.

  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Nikon D7200 Review - Image Quality
  3. 3. Nikon D7200 Review - Verdict
  4. 4. Nikon D7200 Review - Sample Image Gallery
  5. 5. Nikon D7200 - First Look
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