I'm not sure why. It's not like a book where you just buy it and read it. "Yes good point. Nikon needs all the money it can get, apparently, and discounted cameras don't pull in the cash. Yet another reason to go mirrorless. That's where it's going all right! . When you start getting to the high-end stuff (the $1000+ lenses and $2000+ bodies) that's where the margins really pick up. ), IBIS, screw drive and a fully articulating touch screen I'd definitely be interested. For Fernando Martins, the answer is 'yes.' Zooms are great. Nikon has just announced a new DSLR camera Nikon D7500, it uses Nikon D500 sensor, yet much cheaper than D500, the US price for Nikon D7500 body is $1,246.95, now available for pre-order at Amazon | B&H | Adorama.. @Clayton1985 - "Canon and Nikon still have strong marketing and distribution and that does drive sales.". The D7500 has the same AF unit as the 7200 - all they did was up the metering sensor to the same as the D750 and D500 - AF wise this only affects continous mode, and even then I`m not sure by how much .. Smartphone leaker Ice Universe has shared a leaked slide from a Samsung Semiconductor presentation that shows the company is looking into the possibility of developing a massive 600MP smartphone sensor. The first leaked image and Japanese pricing info for the Nikon D3200 camera leaked today: Nikon WU-1a: ¥4,720 (around $50) Nikon D3200 body only: ¥76,300 (around $900) Nikon D3200 + 18-55mm kit: ¥85,300 Nikon D3200 + 18-55mm + 55-200mm kit: ¥107,800 Expect the US prices to be lower. Nikon Coolpix P900. Obviously non serious users were the target who want to share with mobile devices. Fuji will take over. I've been trying to track down a new crank handle for my Model T, but every dealership I telegram, is always out of stock! At the same high ISO (say 12,800) the D500 shows a tad less noise than the D7200, but that camera shows less loss of edge acuity due to noise because its sensor is 24 MP instead of 20 MP. We've combed through the options and selected our two favorite cameras in this class. works great for a quick lens on the camera. Why would Z mount not work? Thanks to that, I'll soon be able to pick up a Nikon FF pro system including lenses for less than a grand. @Leandros S, please don't see me as a mindless "ML_IS_BETTER_BECAUSE_IT_IS_IN_A_TRAND" person. Sony still sells the A6000 that’s like a million years old and it’s constantly #1 on amazon sales charts. The A6500 has 11 customizable buttons. I understand that AF performance (especially the AF-C one) of ML cameras is worse. In China D7100 in 99% absolutely mint condition now cost 390-410 USD. I thought it would be the only option. Mirrorless was closer in Oct but you'd expect that with three new models launching and no new DSLRs in Q3. There were people like you who were saying, "count me as one of those who is waiting for a killer *film* SLR by canon, this year" back in the early days of DSLRs. The Nikon D7200 is Nikon's best DX camera, replacing the old D7100, which replaced the older D7000 from 2010.. Vote now in our 2020 readers' poll. If Nikon built a mirroless APS-C, Z mount camera with a focus on video. Funny you speak of Costco, I was there and saw nobody looking at the camera section. D7200 is a very impressive camera, one of my favorite DSLRs of all time. The RX100 series killed them both. I also wish Nikon would re-use existing grips, I can`t see any reason why they couldn`t have made the D7100/7200 one work for the 750 also - they cost a mint too. Set your heart on the new D7200, the most advanced DSLR in Nikon’s DX range. Even Nikonrumors, where the story originally came from, wrote: "It will be interesting to see what Nikon has in mind for their future APS-C line of DSLR cameras. There prices are dirt cheap on ebay. Relax man lots or most actually shot with a DSLR and with all the craze of MILC an article on a DSLR brings back memory, that’s all. It's OK to not compete in every market (look at Fuji, who has MF, but specializes primarily in APS-C and doesn't bother with FF) and yet their cameras (APS-C) sell quite well. I agree with the “support your local brick-and-mortar” sentiment (as a concept). Cheaper cameras are kept around for people who can't afford the newest and greatest, but still want something more than an entry level camera. Canon introduced their first commercial DSLR, the 3mp D30, in May 17, 2000. If you're looking for a high-quality camera, you don't need to spend a ton of cash, nor do you need to buy the latest and greatest new product on the market. Specification. You're right. Even without the hump the size difference for height is less than 10mm. And I want a full performance LV mode, I used it alot on Sony's for all kinf of photoes. But on the whole, the differences aren't as big as some make it out to be. As Nikon's APS-C lineup dwindles, it'll be interesting to see how much Nikon invests into its crop sensor DSLRs going forward. Current slide {CURRENT_SLIDE} of {TOTAL_SLIDES}- Best Selling in Digital Cameras. D7200 and D7500 are dis-similar enough to keep them both going. I would think if they were really looking for cash, they would do away with the D3000-line, and make the D5000-line the entry level model. you would be able to attach heavier lenses to the mount while causing less wear. The former head of the Office of Technical Services and Chief of Disguise of the CIA reveals some of the cameras spies were supplied with to record what the enemy was up to during the Cold War. ), I would expect the D760 to be similar to the D7500 with exception of full frame. Ending Today at 8:43AM PST 6h 35m. What is Canon R goes there with a new body so M users migrate to the full frame R? The D7500 still has a screwdriver for people scouring the AF back-catalogue, and that's really enough, in practice all but the tiniest fraction of users need AF with this sort of camera anyway. I don't understand the tears. We don't have sales reps pushing camera sales these days. The flippy screen all that. The flippy screen all that. It's just that the D7500 doesn't offer as much over the D7200 as many would expect for the extra €300, while also throwing away 2nd slot and built-in focus motor (which are a large thing for some users). The Canon EOS Rebel T8i (also known as the EOS 850D or Kiss X10i in some markets) is a 24MP DSLR aimed at first-time DSLR buyers and enthusiasts. The EOS 1V was the pinnacle of film SLR, and they stopped there. And the people who "can't understand the tears" never understood how great a camera overall the D7200 was (and is). The D500 and D3500 all that is left. That's enough to keep it going for another five years! @BobT3218: It's not too late, you can still grab a D5300 now, or if you want a higher spec DSLR more like the D7200, grab a Pentax K-3 II, which also has GPS built in. Nikon was offering that same price around this time last year, which is when I bought mine. Some people here say they want to buy a D7200, new or second hand. Profit margins are too low. If the f mount is too big for the aps-c then the z mount is like an ocean to it. Leica's SL2-S is a companion model to the existing SL2, coming in with more modest resolution but more robust burst shooting and video recording features. Talking about dslrs nowadays is like walking back to memory lane. Both the D7100 and D7200 remain as excellent stills camera--and if you are not shooting action video you can pull some decent HD 1080 clips. With the extended discounts and free battery grip offer, I am expecting that they will discontinue it soon and introduce a D760. Both bodies are about 2-3 years old now. Yes, greatly diminished. It would be news if Nikon discontinued the D850 or D750. Simple as that. Well DSLRs aren't very power consuming and the D700 is a beautiful piece of engineering. 190,705 Nikon D610(Body Only) Rs. But I agree on not understanding the tears. $500.00. View cart for details. For Canon, it's the Rebel T6. Even bare bones manual focus lenses are wider than most mounts, so AF lenses, especially if they're going to be compact, will also be wider. As we've seen with the Z series, Nikon isn't afraid to throw away its past. Who knows? @PWPhotography I have been looking at the M6 V 100D on camera size and apart from the pentaprism they are a similar size, obviously the mount is larger . Is that where is may go, Z full frame and another apsc good for pics but video - centric? This changes in the D7500 era. Apsc sensors huge advantage over 1 sensors. So, yes it's a concern, if you shoot in those conditions. ... Japan, specializing in optics and imaging products. Thirdly, the 1DXII still has a lot of life in it. Nikon's achievement in autofocus with the D500 is unmatched by any mirrorless camera, and the X-T3, for instance, is priced about the same. Physics. The D7200 sets a new standard for image quality with its DX-format 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and EXPEED 4 image-processing engine. That's what they've done this entire decade. Even when I had Nikon DSLRs, I had to go menu diving for plenty of things, and these DSLRs have barely any custom buttons. Keywords Nikon, discontinues or cancels will always be a popular topic on DPR. 80,500 Nikon D5500(18-55mm lens) Rs. DX is still something like 90 percent of NIkon's interchangeable-lens camera sales. Yes, D7200 is a very good camera and a very good deal right now because it's being discounted to clear the stocks. Nikon's been known to keep multiple backlog DSLR models on shelves for a while, despite being outdated. The emergence of larger mount full frame systems proves the traditional mount sizes are good for APSC. All gone by this time next year, trust me. In default in I'm always on center weighted. The D610 should have been discontinued long ago, but it's still available everywhere. I'm still hacked off with Pentax cancelling the ME Super - what were they thinking? In an ideal world these cameras would be sold out and discontinued within one quarter of the new model’s release. And there are links directly to Amazon. The 1DXII will also likely go about 5 yrs. Sony's E-mount was launched only 3 years before they went FF. Camera manufacturing is about utilizing its min volume in cost for low profit entry level items. How many do you need? https://camerasize.com/compact/#34,ha,". There are a lot of photo/video cameras that have found a role as B-cameras on professional productions or A-camera for amateur and independent productions. 4K would be nice as it already in the D500 and D7500 so logically the next step would be D760 upgrade to 4K. If they could add the on sensor focusing system (something that works like Canons 6D2 for example for smooth video focusing that is what is missing from a D750). I was tol this by one of the snior SONY Russia employees. Nikon D7200 is a 24 MP DSLR with built-in WiFi, NFC for instant sharing, low-light, Full HD video capture and more. In the long run though, there will likely be a mirrorless apsc camera out there, as I think Nikon will wise up and see how well Canon is doing with their m series (won an award with m50 on this site) and also to compete with Fuji apsc. Since the D7500 has the same sensor as the D500, it should have similar image quality at high ISOs, -so the D7200 may be better in that regard. Both D500 and 7500 are being produced in parallel. Despite the crazy high UK price , the 7500 is basically a dumbed down 7200 to make the 7K series a lower position camera to make room for the 500 . The correct hierarchy is now restored , but ultimately now borderline relevant as the Z mount is on a mission . I suspect that might be the case with the 1DXII. We might be seeing the cropped sensor Nikons slowly fading out. D600 series was a disaster with oil spill on the sensor. The Nikon 1 series was a very poor design and what were they thinking in using a micro SD card. Other than that its just another news. Just implement full overscan 4K and fast live view AF. Nikon D7200 … Notably, Mavic Mini users can now track and follow subjects. An exceptional camera with two card slots. Why not. I'm always surprised at these kinds of comments, because they assume that something is inherently better about mirrorless without providing arguments behind that. The D7500 has the same 20 MP sensor as the D500, and while it added features such as the swiveling LCD display, it lost what I consider essential features in a "prosumer" Nikon such as the AI coupling tab for older lenses or a depth of field preview function. They also buy groceries at local brick-and-mortar Supers, that have a better selection than Amazon Fresh. The D7500 is 5% lighter than the D7200 … They were already replaced with newer models. Here in China now it cost about 680-700 USD for new, and about 480-500 USD for 99% mint condition. We forecast that prices might drop by up to £21 over this period. "The diameter of the mount will not impact the size of the body. Existing FX and DX lenses will not work. Trying to remember where they were a few years down the track is hard. Agreed, an APS-C Z mount camera with the same body as Z7 has but with an articulating screen would be extremely nice! I own both the D500 and a D7200 and I love them both, but there are situations when I would choose one over the other. For someone looking for improvement over the then best D7200, and willing to spend a bit more, D500 was a good choice. Exc+* Nikon D7200 24.2 MP Digital SLR Camera Body Japan Model 5 out of 5 stars (527) 527 product ratings - Exc+* Nikon D7200 24.2 MP Digital SLR Camera Body Japan Model @T3 said: " This is the world we live in today.". In the meantime, it would make sense to me for Nikon to have a D5xxx body at the entry point, an updated D7500 with a swing-out rear display for the middle of the market, and the D500 at the top......and hopefully in the near future "s" revisions of these models that incorporate PDAF-supporting sensors for LiveView and video focus. Many don't even have the second dial on top or anywhere, either. When a mechanically declined client takes that bike out of the box from Amazon and it's busted and misadjusted and fits wrong, then what..? Nothing to see here except perhaps a sign of better inventory management.