The Nikon D7200 offers excellent dynamic range, along with the familiar, mid-range APS-C body of Nikon’s much-loved D7000 lineup. The D7200 is slower in comparison to the later launches, but with its excellent colour reproduction, still makes for a highly competent DSLR to buy now.


  • Better low light focussing
  • Excellent ISO performance
  • Good colour accuracy
  • Improved low light performance
  • Use of pentaprism viewfinder makes a lot of difference
  • Much improved buffer size allows higher continuous RAW shooting


  • Bulky dimensions
  • No tiltable/touchscreen viewfinder
  • Image processing takes a little more time than ideal