Nikon D7100

Announced Feb 21, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | APS-C sensor
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i bought a nikon d71000 but when i update softare software c1.01 to c1.02 i feel problem......like noise...... if u zoom my picture u can see it too......is it software problem.....is it possible to downgrade software old verson.........if any one can give me the old software link it will be helpfull to me
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I shoot DX D7100) FX fascinates me but I've always had a little trouble understanding what the real world difference between DX and FX is.  I shoot wildlife and Landscape. I think DX clearly rules in wildlife photography. I'm told that FX would rule in landscape photography. But in the real world, if you were to take identical shots of a landscape with my DX and a FX, where would I notice the difference, if any? --http://www.flickr.com/photos/107641481@N02/
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Hello all, Sorry for the open ended question, but I need some advice. Essentially, I come from a Canon T4i (or 650D for those in Europe), I never had any pro L lenses, so I basically sold everything to move up to a better camera (obligatory note: yes, I know it's not the camera, but the photographer, It's just I wanted a more rugged body with more manual controls that don't rely on menus or submenus. It was a hard pick to go between the 70D or this, but I chose the Nikon D7200 over the 70D....
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I have a D7100 and I also own a 35mm 1.8, 50mm 1.8, 18-70 3.5-4.5 and a 40mm micro, i mainly shoot portraits, mostly children. i wanted a recommendation for a good portrait lens that has that really nice bokeh and 1.4 aperture. i have been looking at the Nikon 85mm 1.4, Rokinon 85mm 1.4, tamron 90mm 2.8 macro and 60mm 2.0 macro. is any of those lenses good enough for the job or do you have any other recommendations??? my budget is around 600-700. also apart from Amazon and eBay if you know of...
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What is the "L" and the dot on the back of the D7100 on the selector / OK dial? I can't see that it's doing anything? thanks --http://www.flickr.com/photos/107641481@N02/
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I have been using my copy of my Sigma 17-70 for the past 5 - 6 years (first on a D90 and now on D7100). I have always been very happy with the results. Recently I have noticed that on the left side of some of my shot it is appearing soft. I really hadn't noticed anything for years. Is it possible to knock something out of whack? Here is a snapshot of a local high school field. --Regards CraigNikon D7100WSSA #381
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Hi peeps,So I'm looking to upgrade from my old worn out camera (Nikon d3100) to something nice and shiny and new.I will be using the camera to shoot all sorts of things, but my main passion is gig photography so I will need it to excel in that area, mainly be good in low light situations.Currently I am leaning towards a Nikon d7100 as it fits nicely into my budget, there's just a plethora of options so it really makes it a daunting task and that's why I need some help!I have loaned out the...
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I bet this question has been asked hundreds of times, but I am a total newbie, so please... If you only had $1000 to spend on everything from dslr to filters, what would you buy? I have considered the following: (top choice so far) d7000 with 18-105mm kit lens + 50mm f/1.8g af-s FX (75mm on the d7000) + Lowepro slingshot 200aw + 2 SanDisk 32gb memory cards same as above except a 35mm f/1.8 DX instead of the 50mm FX d7100 body only + 50 or 35mm f/1.8 + Lowepro slingshot 200aw + 2 SanDisk 32gb...
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I've been trying to find the dynamic range spec for the D7200. According to dxomark.com, the dynamic range for the D7100 is 13.7. They do not yet have a figure for the D7200. cameradecision.com give it as only 12.8. If this is true, then it is a backward step.
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I'm searching for a small light tripod for my Nikon D7100 for backpack travel in Europe. The goal is something just adequate to hold the D7100 steady for perhaps a sunset or time exposure. If it can be set on a ledge in a museum or on a fence post or even on the ground that would be ok. It does not have to be tall, just enough to get the camera off the ground. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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