The Nikon D7100 was only just announced today, but our head of testing Angela Nicholson got a hands-on trial of a pre-production with this new Nikon DSLR at the company’s London launch event. Find out her first impressions in her hands-on Nikon D7100 review.
The Nikon D7100 is a 24.1-million-pixel DSLR aimed at enthusiasts. Unusually Nikon has left out the antialiasing filter over the sensor as this should enable it to record sharper details.
The Nikon D7100 price tag is set to be £1,099.99 (around US$1,682/AU$1,635) body only, or £1,299.99 (around US$1,988/AU$1,932) as part of the standard kit with an 18-105mm lens. Nikon expects sales to start at the end of March.
Find out more about the camera’s key features in our hands-on Nikon D7100 review video below.