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Nikon D7200 Camera - Pre-Order Now

The Nikon D7200 Camera has been announced and it will be available at SRS from mid March 2015.

The Nikon D7200 Camera is all about perfection. Class leading autofocus inherited from Nikon’s professional cameras ensures precise acquisition down to -3 EV. Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC support make it easy to upload impressive stills.

When it comes to movies, versatile video features and the camera’s lightweight DX body combine to make the Nikon D7200 a welcome addition to any production environment. A dedicated menu for movie settings, advanced options for audio control, and the latest generation of Picture Control settings allow superb flexibility. And the camera is compatible with Nikon’s optional ME-W1 Wireless Microphone, which captures sound from up to 50m away.

The Nikon D7200 is the kind of camera that will inspire you to go further with your photography than you ever have before. With its large DX image sensor, EXPEED 4 image processor and an ISO range of 100–25600, images boast an extremely wide dynamic range, low noise, and rich colour gradation.

With video features inherited from Nikon’s professional cameras, the Nikon D7200 is a highly capable moviemaking tool. The camera records Full HD movies at up to 25p/30p, or you can switch to 1.3x crop mode and record at up to 1080/50p/60p. A dedicated movie menu lets you store all movie settings in one place, and footage can be recorded to the dual SD memory card slots, or simultaneously output to an external recorder or monitor via HDMI. You can shoot with Auto ISO control in M mode in order to transition smoothly between dark and bright areas, use Zebra mode to see exactly where highlights are blown, and apply the Flat Picture Control setting for easier colour grading in post-production. And because sound quality can make or break a movie, the camera boasts advanced audio controls that let you select the sound range (wide/voice), and reduce wind noise when recording with the built-in microphone.

For more information on the Nikon D7200 Camera click here.

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