I got my D7000 DSLR camera more than 2 years ago, and now its successor (Nikon D7100) has been available in the market. Don’t ask me to replace my old DSLR camera with this new one, it won’t be a big leap. If I have to upgrade my camera, my only options are D600, D800, or D4. In comparison with its predecessor, the new Nikon D7100 comes with higher sensor resolution at 24MP; better autofocus system with 51-points and 15 cross-type; and larger display size at 3.2″.
The body of D7100 is made of magnesium-alloy combined with polycarbonate shell. It’s a bit lighter than D7000 that make it more suitable for outdoor photographer who love to stay close with nature. As Nikon’s newest DX-format DSLR camera, D7100 features no optical low-pass filter and powered by the EXPEED 3 image-processing engine. Regarding video, this camera support for 1920 x 1080/60i and 1920 x 1080/30p movie recording. What else you may expect? Here they are: Built-in flash equipped with a commander function; Double slots for SD memory cards; and 150,000 of shutter life.