Nikon to present D7200 digital camera

Nikon to present D7200 digital camera

The Japanese digital camera maker Nikon will soon release a new digital camera under the D7200 brand name. The new camera will measure 136 x 107 x 76 mm and will weigh 675 grams.

The D7200 will be usually used on the outside and that’s why it comes with a chassis that is dust- and water-resistant and that features a magnesium alloy. The camera targets photography enthusiasts and that’s why it comes with nice features – it is said to come with a 24 MP APS-C sensor, an EXPEED 4 image processor, a tilting screen, a MultiCAM 3500DX2 autofocus system, 51 AF points, built-in Wi-Fi, support for 1080p video at 60 FPS and 720p video at 120 FPS (no information on 4K support), and continuous shooting at 6 FPS. The D7200 works with SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards.

The camera will be released before March 13, 2015 but unfortunately there’s no information on how much it will cost.

Source: Nikonrumors.com

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