Nikon D7100 Review

March 25, 2013 | Mark Goldstein |

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Three years ago Nikon announced the Nikon D7000 DSLR, a camera many probably weren't expecting. With the Nikon D90, Nikon D300 and Nikon D300S models already available, it didn't appear as through there would be much demand for a further line of models between the two. Nevertheless, the camera gained much popularity thanks to its high features-to-form ratio, and provided a logical stepping stone for accomplished entry-level DSLR owners looking to take their photography more seriously. And now, Nikon has gathered together some of the features seen in its most recent DSLRs and blended them with a handful of new ones to create the Nikon D7100 successor.
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Cameras are evolving. The Nikon D7100 is testament to that - it not only employs enough top specs to rival even the well-established D300S from Nikon's own range but, and much like the Nikon D800E, has removed the low-pass filter from its imaging equation. This trick - if it can be called that - cuts out diffusion that said filter would otherwise serve to function and, therefore, images should have improved sharpness straight from camera.
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