Since early 2013, the Nikon D7100 has been the crown jewel of the company's APS-C camera lineup. Now, it follows up with the Nikon D7200, a camera that looks very similar to its predecessor on the outside, but sports several significant improvements beneath the skin.
Perhaps most importantly, the Nikon D7200 brings significantly increased buffer depths, answering one of the main complaints about its predecessor. It also switches to an EXPEED 4-class processor that's tailored to this individual camera model, and which pays…
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