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The Nikon D7200 DSLR

Their latest DX-format Camera.
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While mirrorless cameras may be the future, Nikon won't be putting a stop to its traditional DSLR line anytime soon. They've just announced their new D7200 and they're hoping to attract buyers with a lightweight body and a robust feature set that made the previous model so popular with shooters. 

The camera features a 24 megapixel DX-format sensor no optical low-pass filter for the sharpest images possible. Couple that with their new EXSPEED 4 processing engine and their 51-point Auto-Focus and you'll have more than enough capability to help you nail that shot every time. You also have Full HD video recording, a built-in Time-Lapse mode, NFC and Wi-Fi for remote shutter and image sharing, and compatibility with their ME-W1 wireless microphone accessory.

The D7200 will be available in early April starting at $1,199. Find out more at

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