Nikon Australia Announces New D7100 Digital SLR Camera

  • 24.1 Megapixel CMOS Sensor
  • Extendable ISO Range
  • Wireless Image Transfer

Nikon Australia recently announced their newest high-performance digital SLR camera – the DX-format D7100.

  • 24.1 Megapixel CMOS Sensor
  • Extendable ISO Range
  • Wireless Image Transfer

Nikon Australia recently announced their newest high-performance digital SLR camera – the DX-format D7100.

The D7100 is a compact and lightweight camera that offers superior portability and performance to DX-format DSLR shooters who are looking to upgrade their current equipment to a more capable one.

Built from durable materials such as magnesium alloy, the D7100 is tough enough to withstand the wear and tear of casual, everyday shooting or full-scale photography while maintaining a light and very portable body.

This DSLR camera also boasts a 24.1 Megapixel CMOS sensor designed without an optical low-pass filter for improved image quality. Moreover, the D7100 sports a class-leading 51-point autofocus system for precise shooting and improved zooming capability. And when used with Nikkor lenses equipped with Nikon’s advanced optical technologies, the D7100’s high pixel count achieves sharp, well-defined rendering of images with a sense of depth.

And if that’s not enough, the D7100 also features an extendable ISO range from 100 to 25,600 that dramatically improves low light performance that produces sharp images with very minimal noise.

It is also capable of capturing full HD videos at 1080p with headphone and microphone inputs. And with the capability to connect to smart devices such as phones and tablets through an optional wireless mobile adapter (WU-1A), images and videos captured by the D7100 can be wirelessly transferred to family’s or friends’ devices to be uploaded later on to their favourite social networking sites.

The D7100 also supports the new WR-1 wireless remote controller that enables the user to verify and adjust settings as well as control over remote shooting in the camera. The WR-1 uses radio waves that support 15 channels for communication over a maximum area of 120 square meters.

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