Nikon D7200 – At A Glance

• 24.2-million pixel, APS-C-sized sensor
• ISO 100-102,400 (extended)
• 3.2in, 1.23-million-dot, fixed TFT LCD screen
• 52-point Advanced Multi-Cam 3500 II AF system
• £939 (body only)

The Nikon D7200 is the manufacturer’s latest addition to its flagship range of APS-C sensor sporting DSLRs.

The model – which sits above the Nikon D5500 although below the full-frame models such as the D750 – looks set to build upon the success of its D7100 predecessor thanks to a range of new additions.

These new additions, although not entirely revolutionary, look set to cement the D7200 place as Nikon’s best APS-C DSLR to date. They include completely new AF system promising faster speeds than before, as well as the addition of both Wi-fi and NFC connectivity for those who like to transfer their images on the go.

Operational speed should also be improved thanks to an upgrade in the processing department. Out goes the dated Expeed 3 image processor and in comes the new Expeed 4 processor. Although this doesn’t result in an increase in the continuous shooting speed, it does feature a buffer that has a much higher capacity and is quicker to clear.

When it comes to image quality the model features an APS-C, DX-format sensor measuring in at 23.5 x 15.6mm, and as such it should be capable of delivering some good images.

You can find out how it got on in our sample image gallery, and check back for our full review which will go live shortly.