Shooters looking to upgrade their entry-level camera to something more beefier, faster and generally better, should definitely look at the new Nikon D7200. Needless to say, we’re talking about previous users (or fans) of the Nikon brand – i.e. those who have invested in the company already. So if you’ve stocked on lenses, accessories and what-have-yous, then this is the way to go. The new digital SLR features a 24.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor plus built in Wi-Fi and NFC for instant connectivity. You’ll get a serious camera that’s good for low-light conditions and for fast action. Photographers will enjoy crisp photos thanks to the removal of the optical low-pass filter. With 6-7 frames per second burst speed, you’ll also be sure that you never miss a shot. Video guys on the other hand, will like the 1080/60p resolution that the D7200 is capable of. Pair the camera with your mobile device and you can share you shots instantly with the rest of the world through Wi-Fi and the NFC capabilities. This new DSLR can be bought as body only or with the new Nikkor 18-140mm kit lens. $1,197+.
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