• March 19, 2015

Nikon D7100 vs D7200, what’s the difference?

In the past two months, Nikon did not release its own popular new products in this important exhibition CP +, it just launched the SLR camera the D810A for the special use of astrophotography, from average consumers’ point of view, this new product is the one that almost no one pays attention to. But today, just a month later, Nikon suddenly launches the D7200, the new generation of the D7100. I wonder whether the sudden release of the upgraded version after only one year will bring us more surprises, unfortunately, the Nikon D7200 rarely has something new in its specification table, it is not because the Nikon D7200’s upgrading is not forceful, but many of its upgraded points have appeared on other products too, so it has few original new points.

Nikon D7200

Compared to the D7100, the Nikon D7200 does have improvements in many functions, but the new features are too familiar. The EXPEED 4 processor is the standard configuration of the Nikon SLR, what’s more, the functionality of WiFi and NFC are already popular features, the “flat” mode and functions for recording sound with movies have appeared in many new products, the increase in the frames of continuous shooting and strengthening of the battery life are something that every user knows. The highlight of the new product is the new time-lapse feature with smooth exposure transitions in video shooting, which makes the exposure value of interval shooting more stable, and sudden changes impossible. This is a new feature which was not launched in the past.

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babak
babak

Thanx a lot,this article was so good for me to make a choice between d7100 and d7200. i will owned…
cbvraju
cbvraju

1-what is the best radios range when we take photos with build in Wifi in D7200...? 2- what is…
Chetan jadhav
Chetan jadhav

Book linls photos

  • March 19, 2015

Nikon D5300 vs D5500 vs D7200 comparison, Which one is worth buying?

In the past three months, Nikon continuously released two SLR cameras: the entry-level camera the D5500, and the high-end ASP-C camera the D7200. Comparing the D7200 and the D7100, we can know the D7200 has improved a lot, but it lacks surprises. With the new sensor and processor, its picture quality improves in some way compared with the D7100, the increase of Wi-Fi module can solve the problem of the buffer that people have criticized for long, so it can be regarded as the best DX camera currently. Needlessly to say, the D7200 is more powerful than the latest entry-level D5500, but there is a 400-dollar gap between them, my suggestion is, if the D5500 can meet your needs, you don’t have to spend $ 400 more to choose the D7200, you can get better effects if you spend the money saved on better lenses. Here I will introduce the difference between the D5300, D5500 and D7200 to help you how to choose them:

Nikon D7200

Nikon D5500 vs D7200: What’s the Difference?

Nikon D5300 Nikon D5500 Nikon D7200
Nikon D5300 Nikon D5500 Nikon D5500
Sensor
Max resolution 6000 x 4000 6000 x 4000 6,000 x 4,000
Effective Megapixels 24 megapixels 24 megapixels 24.2 megapixels
Total Megapixels 25 megapixels 25 megapixels 25。2 megapixels
Sensor size APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm) APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm) APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm)
Sensor type CMOS CMOS CMOS
Processor Expeed 4 Expeed 4 Expeed 4
Image
White balance presets 12 12 12
Custom white balance Yes Yes Yes
JPEG quality levels Fine, Normal, Basic Fine, Normal, Basic Fine, normal, basic
Autofocus
Number of focus points 39 (9 cross type) 39 (9 cross type) 51 (15 cross type)
Face Detection Yes Yes Yes
Auto Focus Assist Light? Yes Yes Yes
Lens mount Nikon F mount Nikon F mount Nikon F mount
Focal length multiplier 1.5× 1.5× 1.5×
Screen / viewfinder
Screen size 3.2″ 3.2″ 3.2″
Screen dots 1,037,000 1,037,000 1,228,800
Touchscreen: No Yes No
Articulating LCD: Yes Yes No
Viewfinder Type SLR type: eye-level pentamirror
Viewfinder coverage: 95%
Viewfinder magnification: 0.82×
SLR type: eye-level pentamirror
Viewfinder coverage: 95%
Viewfinder magnification: 0.82×
SLR type: eye-level Pentaprism
Viewfinder coverage: 100%
Viewfinder magnification: 0.94×
Photography features>
Shutter speed Range 1/4000 to 30 sec 1/4000 to 30 sec 1/8000 to 30 sec
Built-in Flash: Yes Yes Yes
Flash X sync speed 1/200 sec 1/200 sec 1/250 sec
Continuous Speed 5 fps 5 fps 6 fps
Movie Resolution: 1920×1080 (60p/50p/30p/25p/24p)
1280×720 (60p/50p)
640×424 (30p/25p)
1920×1080 (60p/50p/30p/25p/24p)
1280×720 (60p/50p)
640×424 (30p/25p)
1920×1080 (60p/50p/30p/25p/24p)
1280×720 (60p/50p)
640×424 (30p/25p)
Battery life 600 shots 820 shots 1110 shots
Built-in focus motor No No Yes
Weather sealed No No Yes
Wireless Build-in Wifi with NFC Wifi with NFC
GPS Yes No No
Storage slots 1 1 2
Body Size 125 x 98 x 76 mm 124 x 97 x 70 mm 136 x 107 x 76 mm
Weight 480g 420g 675g
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Body.

Since they are user-oriented, the three cameras have a big difference in structure, The D5300 is constructed with carbon fiber reinforced plastic material, the D5500 uses Carbon-fiber composite material, while remaining sturdy, it is even lighter, While the d7200 is weather sealed and uses magnesium alloy on the top and the back shell of the camera in order to meet the needs of the special environment, firm, dust-proof and water-proof;Due to the use of composite materials and relatively smaller design, also uses a smaller battery, the D5500 is the lightest with its weight of 420g compared with the D7200’s weight of 675g and D5300’s weight of 480g.

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Jane
Jane

Nice incremental upgrades. I might have been tempted by the D7200 instead of the D750 I ended…
Roger Andout
Roger Andout

Great comparison review but if syntax could be corrected pre-publication, it would make reading much easier. Still, made me…
Tony Jones
Tony Jones

Which can shoot the best in low light with higher ISO but no noise?
chsieh
chsieh

Great comparison!
Eric
Eric

Low light on aps-c are all extremely close the 5500 has the least noise (barely) but 7200 will pick up…

  • February 14, 2015

Compare Canon EOS 5D Mark III vs Nikon D810, Which one is worth buying?

Nikon has released the D810 which will occupy for some time; the segment of second-master for Nikon. It will be the second full-frame enclosure after the flagship D4s. Everything is now clear. For this Nikon, if you want a professional full format slr camera, you will have the choice between the D4s and the D810. Contrarily, for Canon, it is the EOS 1DX or the EOS 5D Mark III. Therefore there is no ambiguity; the D810 and the 5D Mark III are indeed on the same segment. Moreover, if I were to make a list of the most commonly asked questions, the Canon versus Nikon rivalry would undeniably be at the top of the leaderboard. Between the two, the court may seem balanced, but probably not the reasoning behind the two. Then, what should you choose? The EOS 5D Mark III? Or maybe the D810 would be better? There’s not an easy answer to this question, for one simple reason—whatever you choose will engage you in a sustainable manner, Canon or Nikon. You are going to buy a dslr—but, more importantly, you are embarking on an optical journey that over time will make you realize that your choice was the right choice, even if it seems at the time to the contrary. As long as you have this mindset, you will have made the right choice from the start. To help make this choice easier for you, I’ll discuss here the key components which must be taken into account in your choice, while also comparing the performances between Canon and Nikon.

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The Autofocus

A good photo is a clear photo — I think it was Andy Warhol who said this. This has been problematic for the digital slr. Historically, the quality of the AF has always been the strong point for Nikon while for Canon it has been less than perfect. The D700 for example, with its 12 megapixel sensor, was known for quality development by line while at the same time the 5D Mark II had a tendency to stomp. Things have changed significantly. The Canon EOS 5D Mark III, with its 61 AF points and its 22mp sensor is very responsive, even if it tends to show a few signs of weakness in low light or if there is light behind your subject. D810 side, we do not change a winning team. We take the same product and it is optimized, again and again. The D810 is fitted with 51 AF points of legend and the Expeed 4 processor, the same as that fitted D4s. There must be at least a caliber like that for driving the 36mp sensor of the beast. Nikon also makes the choice to go with the low-pass filter and has completely rewritten his algorithms. We think that the sharpness is the strong point, and it’s not to say, especially as Nikon puts forward the new AF mode group, that from the D4s will allow a development and a monitoring of extreme precision. No doubt. In terms of autofocus is Nikon, and that’s all.

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Nikon: 5 points
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  • February 5, 2015

Nikon D5500 vs D7100 comparison, which camera should you buy?

This very same night, in the CES 2015 scope, Nikon, the photography company has introduced their new mid-range APS-C camera, the Nikon D5500 – forgetting all about the Nikon D5400, because in Japan, 4 is means bad luck. A new camera that has very little or almost no improvements over its predecessor D5300, a very good camera for its segment and price.

This very same night, in the CES 2015 scope, Nikon, the photography company has introduced their new mid-range APS-C camera, the Nikon D5500 – forgetting all about the Nikon D5400, because in Japan 4 means bad luck. This new camera has very little or almost no improvements over its predecessor D5300, a very good camera for its segment and price.

This camera introduces a series of small improvements. The first one is the 3.2 inches touch-type screen with more than one million dot resolution, a relative enhancement that can improve its use, but is still a minor improvement. Also, you can find small design tweaks, the camera dials have been changed a bit and it also looks like the handle has a new shape. The truth is that even without testing it, it looks like the camera is quite comfortable.

Nikon D5500

The operation and performance over its predecessor is very similar. They both have the same 24 megapixel CMOS sensor with an APS-C size, with the same image processor; the Expeed 4 that will take 5 frams per second, 39 focus points and a maximum ISO of 25,600. Nothing new there. Although, the Japanese company assures that the performance will be better and they have improved the image processing and it’s supposed to reduce a bit the high sensitivity noise, which is necessary because even low end cameras like the D3300 have a better performance. So we could say that the difference is minimum, but still a difference.

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Kylie
Kylie

Wow this article was so helpful! I think i decided on the d7100. Thank you :)
Kax
Kax

As a serious (non-professional) photographer and being a smaller person compared to average Americans, I like the lighter weight and…
hadi
hadi

so thanks for your information i decide go to D7100.
john wewege
john wewege

Which one would be more suitable for wildlife photography? Any other cameras you would recommend for this?
gerald
gerald

Thanks top article - I am still making my choice between 5500 5300 and 7100 .. But…

  • January 8, 2015

Canon EOS 7D Mark ii vs 6D Comparison, what’s the difference?

A few days ago, Canon launched the EOS 7D Mark II at photokina. Like the previous model, which now goes back to 2009, it is a top-of-the-range reflex with APS-C sensor, made for professionals or advanced amateurs. Given the excellent technical specifications – and the fact that it’s just been launched -, the list price is important: $1799 for the camera alone. So, many have been asking if this type of model had been improved given the presence of Full Frame at a lower price, like the EOS 6D to stay in the Canon house. We’re ruling out of the evaluation the condition in which a user already had a Full Frame or APS-C camera, in case they want to deal with the choice to keep the investment made active, and we focus instead on comparing those two models as though it’s a first purchase.

Canon EOS 7D Mark ii vs 6D

Signal/noise ratio

The advantages of the 6D’s 35mm full frame sensor are obviously divided in two fundamental areas: a better output at high ISO and lesser DoF (depth of field) with the same focal length and aperture. In short, a Full Frame we had imagined to be cleaner with the same sensitivity and that has a greater “tridimensional effect”. In reality, this last factor may be considered for some uses to be an advantage, because on the APS-C we had the possibility of using the same aperture that we use on the Full Frame and have more focus area. It all depends on the result we want to achieve; however, it’s always about a difference between the two worlds. We say that if we usually take pictures with ISO superior to 3200 for necessity reasons, then the 6D has a first important advantage.

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  • December 31, 2014

Canon EOS Rebel T5 vs Nikon D3200, which is better?

In the world of reflex photography we find a myriad of brands and manufacturers, even though the differences among them are usually minima. Today we’ve decided to discuss one of the best gifts anyone can give this holiday: a reflex camera. Here we’ll be focusing on two of the best reflex cameras for beginners: the Canon EOS Rebel T5 and the Nikon D3200. The differences between each brand aren’t huge, though they can be decisive when it comes to deciding which camera to choose.

One of the biggest recommendations for anyone wanting to take their first step into the world of SLR photography is the Nikon D3200. This is a device that, despite being a little heavier than the Canon EOS T5 (one of the biggest advantages it has against Nikon) at 20 grams, it’s notably more compact, which the user will be thankful for: 125x96x76 mm vs the Canon 1200D’s 129x99x77 mm. With respect to design, both products have similar, ergonomic designs, but with differences in button placement (perhaps in Canon’s case, once more, we’d have greater ease of use).

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PYTHAXCESS
PYTHAXCESS

Greate Guide Thanks For Posting! I Don't Know But I Was Dreaming Whole My Life Any PRO Slr Or Dslr…

  • November 29, 2014

Canon EOS 70D vs 7D vs 7D Mark II, what’s the difference?

If we had to choose a newly released camera that had the best new features, our favorite would probably be the Canon EOS 7D Mark II. Regardless of whether the camera is a stroke of genius or a failure, Canon has the largest customer base and many customers have been pining for a new APS-C-Flagship.

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When reviewing Canon’s offerings, there are two cameras to which the EOS 7D Mark II can be and should be compared: The first is of course its predecessor, the EOS 7D, whose owners are asking themselves whether the upgrade the next generation is worth it. Also, 70D model, which can be purchased for 999 dollars less than the 7D Mark II, must be targeted for comparison. Let’s see which cameras win on paper:

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  • November 22, 2014

Nikon D750 vs D810 vs D610 vs D4s vs DF, What’s the difference?

Full Frame: Nikon’s bold gamble

When Nikon announced D750, two things happened. First, some slowdown was noticed amongst buyers of D810, of which a quite significant number would have waited a little more to invest in a D750 and by the way saved 1000 dollars in price difference. I can understand them, it makes sense even if, a closer examination shows that Nikon D810 has some specificities that D750 does not have; we will get back to this. Then, and strangely enough, some have thought that the launch of D750 marked the end of Nikon D610. And that frankly, I do not buy for a second, I rather believe the opposite. I think that with the launch of D750, Nikon has firmly established its range of digital SLR (Single Lens Reflex), taking up the challenge of full frame. Personally, this range does holds up, up to four times better. Except for Nikon D750, I have used all cases of the Nikon full frame range during long work sessions. Just yesterday, I was working on pictures taken with Nikon D610 and I was captivated by the image quality, dynamism and sharpness. Last July, during an interview, I was asked what would be my advice to a young professional photographer wishing to start using the Nikon range and I answered without a moment’s pause, Nikon D610. My answer might be different today with the announcement of Nikon D750, but nonetheless, each Nikon case belonging to the full frame frame range has its own assets. It is impossible to contrast one with another and difficult to compare them. Each reflex has its target and its customers it will match. Following is a brief overview of the Nikon 24*26 range, but first a basic question. Why choose a Full Frame?

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Why a full frame format DSLR?

Photographers from Argentina (mentioning no names) would look at you in a funny manner if you were to ask them that question. This is because, in olden days, you see, the film was not cut into pieces, a SLR (single lens reflex) camera was 24*36 and that was it. When the digital showed up, there were contingencies and technical requirements which made it more economical and less costly to manufacture sensors that are not full format. In the beginning, Nikon has delivered DX sensors with a conversion factor of 1.5. Canon, on its side, has made APS-C sensors on its amateurs range (conversion factor of 1.6) and even APS-H (conversion factor of 1.3) on some SLR of the Pro range (e.g. EOS 1D Mark IV). Some have seen in the non full frame sensor a major advantage. Indeed, an optical of 200mm behaved like a focal of 320mm, all this with the help of APS-C sensor alone. But what was interesting upstream proved more difficult in the other direction. It was not wise enough for a 16mm to become a 26mm. Full format also affects other parameters such as the depth of field, the quality of the image and its dynamics and leads to a more demanding range of optics.

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Jozef
Jozef

As a Nikon D3s shooter I was about to choose D810 for a second camera for weddings. Well since the…
Spanky
Spanky

I think we need to seperate our love and passion for these truly more capable devices, from our all to…

  • November 18, 2014

Nikon D810 vs D800/E comparison, What’s the difference?

After two and a half years, the Nikon D800 and D800E is being replaced by D810. The pictures will have more details even though the amount of pixels will remain the same. D810 is also faster and quieter. The grip is improved, and the video function has been developed quite a lot.

Nikon D810

It appearance, the Nikon D810 is very much alike D800 and D800E. The small ring for the method of measuring the exposure is gone, you now do this by using the button that earlier controlled the bracketing. The bracketing is now controlled by a new bkt button on the side, above the flash button.

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  • November 6, 2014

Sony RX10 vs Panasonic FZ1000, which is better?

The compact long-zoom camera has never been our favorite, it’s true. To give up image quality in exchange for a powerful aim was, in many cases too much to ask. The Sony Cyber​​-Shot DSC-RX10 wasn’t the first to reinvent the wheel, but it was one of the cameras that was able to bring this type of photography back into fashion among the most exacting photographers and those interested in combining photo and video.

Sony RX10 vs Panasonic FZ 1000

Months after Panasonic jumped on the bandwagon with the Lumix DMC-FZ1000, a camera basically challenging Sony, offering a sensor similar to the RX10 (one inch in size and 20 megapixel resolution), but with more zoom and video recording in 4K resolution for less money. Sony lowered the starting price and now the RX10 can now be found for less than 998 dollars compared to the Lumix, which costs 850 dollars.

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Hakan
Hakan

Hi, I read your RX10 vs. FZ1000 comparison and found it very helpful. I will be traveling to Germany soon…
Сергей Киданчук
Сергей Киданчук

Sony RX10 very beatifool