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Nikon D7100 reviews 3 months on

The release of the Nikon D7100 has shown one thing, they are slowly pulling away from Canon, as they seem to be late to the party once again with an answer. Having said that, there will be Canon fans who believe their brand of choice is producing much better DSLR cameras of late.

It’s now been 3 months since the release of the D7100, and the camera has scored reasonable well in reviews, but now that you have had time with your new Nikon, are you just as happy, or is there room for improvement?

Below we have a selection of Nikon D7100 reviews for you, and we believe we have embedded some of the best most recent video reviews. We already know there have been issues with some Sigma lenses, as well as buffer capacity problems, but what else has been bugging you?

The first video points out that while the D7100 is a more than capable camera, it’s never going to stand out as much as it should because of some missing capabilities. And while the image quality is not as good as we would have hoped, it will be much tougher for you to decide whether to buy this model or the cheaper D5200

In the second review they go over some of the Nikon D7100 features compared to the D7000. Again they make a note that the sensor is similar to that of the D5200, making it a tough choice when buying the two, because you have to see if those added features of the more expensive camera are needed.

However, in the final video review they believe that the D7100 is the best Nikon DSLR on the market in terms of how much it costs for the features you get. The review will show you full image and crop results in the hope of persuading you that you need to make this your next DSLR purchase.

Are you putting off your DSLR purchase until you see if the Canon 70D will release soon?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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