Nikon D7100 Digital SLR Camera Body (24.1 MP, 3.2 inch LCD)
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Based on our collective knowledge we hope this guide will help you make an informed decision on which camera will fit your needs. Setting the aspect ratio to 3:2 or 16:9 (for photos and videos respectively), this also makes it clear that videos can’t actually use shutter speeds slower than the selected frame rate too and that the aperture can’t be adjusted while recording either. One of the more unfortunate aspects of the Nikon D7100 specs is that the LCD screen is fixed and does not operate as a touchscreen.
At first glance, any external changes compared to the D7000 are tricky to spot, but there are some welcome additions here and there. However, there are also plenty of differences between the two models, especially in terms of camera and imaging features.
This accessory is optional, so if you think there’s no need for it (but I guess you will want this, for sure) then you can simply not get one.
Piece of advice: you can set U1 to photograph landscapes, U2 for portrait photography, and use the rest when you’re experimenting. A pair of on-board microphones adds stereo sound support, and there’s a mic socket to fit an external one, too. A day of use and I found it to be an excellent camera (way ahead of the D90 not only in sensor megapixels but picture quality too).And like others, it's now really bugging me to the point where I feel the D7100 is a faulty piece of equipment.
This gives it an ISO range of 100-25,600, and this can be expanded right up to ISO 102,400 – though images at these higher settings are mono only.However, if you are into sports photography or if you are someone who often shoots in low light settings, then upgrading to a D7500 will certainly do wonders to your resulting images.