Enthusiast stalwart: Nikon D7200 in-depth review

But Richard, you didn’t say the D7200 was a replacement for the D90, which the D7000 and D7100 were, you said (very close to) the D300S.

Rishi said;
“Compared to the D300s, it offers better AF subject tracking, and lots more resolution, low-light ISO performance, and dynamic range.”

I think the 7DII does all of that compared to the D300S, and significantly improves in some areas, especially fps and AF. It may not be as good as the Nikon (Sony) sensors, and all the benefits they bring, but it is the whole package for me.

Why do Nikon users have to accept compromises to completely replace a six year old camera?
They don’t of course, they can compromise or move somewhere else. :-/

Eventually for me too at some point. 🙁 lol

Oh, and for some, a CSC camera will never be an option until they don’t make DSLRs, regardless of how impressive the specs are, as in the case of the NX1.

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