Nikon has detailed their new 24.1 megapixel D7100 DSLR, though unfortunately they have neglected to give Stuff pricing and availability for the new shooter.
The D7100 features a 24.1-megapixel DX format CMOS sensor that eschews an optical low pass filter, backed up by an EXPEED 3 image processor and an ISO sensitivity range of 100 to 6400. Nikon says that this can be extended to an ISO of 25600 and the camera boasts high-speed continuous shooting of 6 frames per second.
The camera has a 51-point autofocus (AF) system, fifteen of which are cross-type. The D7100 supports dual SD cards that can be set to overflow or can capture JPEG and RAW on separate cards. It has a 1229k-dot wide-angle view 3.2-inch LCD display and an OLED display inside the viewfinder.
On the video recording front the D7100 can capture 1080p Full HD video in two modes, up to 60i/50i in the shooter’s new 1.3x crop mode – which offers a 1.3x telephoto effect – and up to 30p/25p/24p in DX format.
Lastly, the camera offers wireless connectivity though the addition of Nikon’s WU-1a Mobile Adapter and app for Android or iOS devices and there are several other connectivity options with the addition of other Nikon accessories. All of this is packed into a dust-sealed lightweight frame that comes in at 690 grams.