monographix: The sensor is again Toshiba, and as rumored the exact 7100 one
Pretty sure its not the "Same".
MidnightRider: Installed and tested March 18. Uninstalled and went back to View NX2 March 19. NX2 has more editing options and is easier to use. Thanks, Nikon for the free availability of NXi however NX2 serves my purposes much more efficiently.
NXI has no editing functions. It's a (very fast) browser. Open images, do your sort thing, hit edit, launches NXd or any other registered editor.Much faster than NX2.
HowaboutRAW: Windows 7 64:
Forces restart before install, then installs correctly after forced restart of computer.
Hangs up a bit unless you force it to look for the Pictures Folder in the Windows Libraries Folder.
For example: Right clicking an NEF (Nikon raw) file and telling Windows to open that raw with ViewNXi causes ViewNXi to stumble, never completing the operation.
But forcing ViewNXi to see the Pictures Folder and NEF files makes ViewNXi work correctly as a viewer.
As others have noted, no real image adjustments, but cntrl E allows processing to jpeg or tiff, so still like ViewNX2 in that regard.
Reverted out of ViewNXi, since it doesn't seem to offer any great advantage over ViewNX2, which is uninstalled with the install of ViewNXi.
Use it in conjunction with NX-D. Open NX-I, do your view sort thing, click edit, launches NX-D very quickly. Of course, you can launch any registered editor.NX-I is VERY fast,opens thumbnails almost instantly, even a folder with more than 100. This won't replace my adobe setup, but a casual user would find NX-I and NX-D very usable.
Gosman: Still not the D400. Still not like the Pentax K-3 that has been out a year and a half!
rugosa: It's free and works well. As usual mostly bitching in the comments section!
So in other words Stephen, your guessing.
It does work well, and its free. It's not photoshop, but then it does not have to be.The reason thet Nikon dumped Capture was the company that owned it decided not to support/distribute it any more. Nikon was not given an option. The new software is made by silky-Pix I believe. It certainly seems at least on par with any of the other freeware that camera makers distribute. I still wouldnt dump photoshop/lightroom for it, but I wouldn't do that for capture either.
Runs fine on a win7, I7-2600, 16gb, 500gb ssd. Seems pretty fast. Seems to work ok with NX-D.
Wont replace my current tool setup of PS and lightroom, but for someone that has a fast machine and does not want to spend lots of money it would be adequate.
Wags48: Lots of discussion regarding the D7200 v D7100. But is it a worthwhile upgrade from the D7000?
Yes, in every way. Just read the specs.
K3 has a plastic interior frame just like the D7200.
ZAnton: Does this mean I will never ever read whining about D400 again?I am afraid it doesn't...
A tip to Nikon - make an additional service for changing the badge d7200 to d400 for $200.
So tell me again how many years it took Canon to update its camera?
jennyrae: Nikon is competing with Canon on "how far can you strip a camera" game.
Still has IQ and AF as good or better than any. But, hey, its a camera, what does that matter.
amd111: When can we expect full DPR review of D7200?
DPR reviewed 6 Sony cameras last year, more than any other. Nice try though.
dylanear: "It offers the same continuous shooting performance as the D300S"
Um.... the D300 did 7, 8 with the grip. The D7200 does 6fps. The D300 came out in 2008. Somehow 7 years later 2fps slower is "the same", when to my brain we should be expecting 2fps more (10fps, hopefully without the grip).
Is DPReview getting money from Nikon for their slowball analysis of their product line? Afraid admitting the huge gap in Nikon's line up where a D400 should go will hurt D7200 sales over at Amazon.com??
Only in 12 bit. !4 bit is 2 FPS. Ouch.
quezra: I like how they complained about the lack of a flash on this camera
Because the 750 has a flash. Duh.
stevemogg: Hmmm I was thinking of moving to Fuji but I have been pleased with my D7100 and wanted to wait to see what the new camera offered. There is nothing here that would entice me to stay with Nikon. Very disappointing and whilst it will probably be a good camera, more ground will be lost to the CSC brigade.
What would you gain other than size? IQ and AF favor Nikon.
prossi: Seems Canikon are not getting the fact that DSLR market is imploding and that there are way too many cameras plus all the old models that are still good enough and never really go away. Incremental updates like these are not going to cut it. And they are also not getting that the only people buying DSLR are people hanging out on this site. Who among the readers here has the time and inclination for cameras like nikon D3xxx D5xxx & canon rebel line? If you have $700 for a D5500 then you have $1800 for a 7DII. Sell 1ff, 1apsc, 1ff pro concept so stratospherically priced that nobody's going to buy - that's all you need. Make them really nice save the money on logistics and part farms.
Prossi, got some numbers? Canon and Nikon are #1 and 2, with Sony a distsant third. Nikons DX lineup will outsell the OLY, Fuji, Panny and Pentax line up all by itself. It will handily outsell the entire Sony lineup. And that D7100 sold well over a million units, maybe a couple, in its lifespan. Thats 1 camera. Oly sells about 500,000 a year. Combined. Pentax less. Fuji not much more. the market is shinking, but canon and Nikon are keeping their sales pecentages. THEY will be the last companies standing.
jadmaister2: Small but significant upgrades keep the DX Nikons ticking over JUST.My gripe (since gripe is what we do best here it seems) is that Nikon fail to support wide angle shooters with suitable quality glass at a sensible cost.Yes Nikon have a good lens range, but recent releases do seem to favour DX shooters. Since my interest in landscape has increased I think the 7200 and it's lenses have just persuaded me to make the jump to a D750:)
Brownie, you mean like this:
Sad Joe: I am sure that this new camera will fine - it's only with cheaper FF cameras that Nikon's QC seems to have gone of a cliff - having said that the main improvement over the D7100 seems to be a decent sized buffer ( at last) - which I am not 100 % certain Nikon could not have done via a decent software update…then again they need to flog new kit….FLARE test coming DPR ???
It would be a good trick to increase buffer memory with a software upgrade. Look, the 7100 was awesome to begin with, this improves on it with improved AF, IQ (Sony) and buffer. Thats enough to keep at the top of cameras in its class. Pretty well specced at 1200 if you ask me. The new Multi-CAM 3500DX II is pretty much pro level.
Couscousdelight: -3Ev sensitivity, Like a 3 Y.O. Pentax K5IIs...wow !In 2020, USB 3 should be available for Nikon expert cameras.
And the Nikon will still out AF the Pentax 6 ways from Sunday.
rarecoinman: Question is should someone who is not in bed with a brand pick D7200 kit for 1696 or buy a canon 6d for 1999?
Or actullay compare apples to apples like The D610 and the 6D. The D7200 and 6D are apples and oranges. The one has a way better AF and is cropped, and the other is an incredible high ISO machine. What do you shoot?