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Nikon D7100 specs

Detailed Nikon D7100 specs:

  • 24.1MP CMOS sensor
  • 6fps
  • No AA filter (similar to the D800E)
  • 51 AF point, 15 cross-type
  • Built-in HDR function
  • 2016-pixel RGB sensor
  • 3.2" 1,229k dots LCD screen
  • Dual SD card slots
  • EXPEED 3 processor
  • ISO range: 100-6400
  • 100% viewfinder coverage
  • Video: 1080p @ 60i/50i/30/25/24 fps plus 720p @ 60p
  • Compatible with the WU-1a wireless mobile adapter

Based on those specs, it seems that Nikon will really merge the D7000 and D300 product lines - what I reported back in November last year.

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  • AndyPandy

    Yay!!! Officially announced??

  • brian jones

    damn….
    no AA filter? how’s this going to work with the amateur crowd? could this be closer to a D300 than a D7000? I hope so as the D5200 is already prettty dang close to the 7k.
    this is getting interesting.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000131315013 Andrew Gregg

    Admin: With these specs do you expect a d400?

  • brian jones

    damn….
    no AA filter? how’s this going to work with the amateur crowd? could this be closer to a D300 than a D7000? I hope so as the D5200 is already prettty dang close to the 7k.
    this is getting interesting.

    • jefferylewis

      they won’t even notice the moire!

      • ee2

        This is maybe the way of dodging the oily,dusty AA’s that people have been complaining about for months….we’ll just get rid of filter and say its for extra sharpness….few months later d7100 owners complaining that they have moire/wavy lines on there photos….rinse repeat

        • desmo

          theres stil a filter ontop the sensor
          it’s just a neutral prescription
          so it will collect debris just the same

    • Fred Flintstone

      Mebbe they will give away CNX2? Didn’t they do that with the D800E? Or add moire reduction to VNX2

      • Fred Flintstone

        Or even in-camera

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000131315013 Andrew Gregg

    Admin: With these specs do you expect a d400?

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

      No, I said that before – I think Nikon will merge the D300s and D7000 lines.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000131315013 Andrew Gregg

        Even with that low of fps? Canon expects a 7dmkii to have 10fps. How would d7100 compete with that?

        • Scott M

          What are FPS with a grip?

          • Micah Goldstein

            …the D300s is 7fps without a grip. I think it’s reasonable to have at least the same FPS as the model this supposed to replace. 6-7fps without a grip, and at least 8 with.

        • Raj

          Why? Does Nikon have to compete on the fps to have a good camera? If they are looking at majority appeal, then 6 fps is more than sufficient for 99% of the DX market, right?

          D7K never competed on fps against 7D but that didn’t stop D7K from being a very successful DX camera.

          • http://www.facebook.com/galahhh Rebecca Tigris

            Because people with a D300s don’t want an fps downgrade? Specs are good but fps kills it for me. Time to save for a D3s.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000131315013 Andrew Gregg

            Because now there will be no upgrade from a 6fps body to something higher. I never compared the 7d to the d7000. I compared what will be the two new direct competitors. There is a difference. The 7d competed with the D300s… Not the D7000, at least for sports photographers such as myself who desire high frame rates. To say only 1% of people want more fps is just plain ridiculous. I know of at least 15 people personally who would buy this camera on the spot if it had 8fps+. I’m in no way complaining, just speculating.

          • http://twitter.com/hoodlum99 Stephen Hood

            The D300s had 7fps (8fps with battery grip). If the D7100 is merging the D7000 with the D300s then it needs more than 6fps otherwise it is a step backwards.

          • VikingAesir

            That’s because the D300s was competing with the 7d, not the D7000.

        • Paul

          The D7000 grip does not accept the larger capacity Dx line batteries like the MB-D10 did the EN-EL4. So the question is what size is the D7100 body?

  • Meh

    What da faqqqq

    • http://twitter.com/NickAroraPhoto Nick Arora

      As a D600 users, im pretty jealous of the 51 AF points. They couldn’t have just put that in the D600 too?

      • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

        Then it will not be a D600 but A D800.

      • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

        Then it will not be a D600 but A D800.

      • RC

        Who cares about a few more AF points? The AF system in the D600 is FAST and accurate, and that’s all that matters to me. I love it the way it is.

  • spoiledbrt

    wow

    • anjan

      There is still room for a D400 or pro-DX…. maybe with 91K-pixel metering (instead of 2016 pixel), with flash and sync ports. Just giving 51 AF points does not make it pro DX. Maybe they have designed a 91 AF focus system for D4x, and with refub D800 selling at 2399 in less than a year of announcement… seems like the dust has finally settled on 2 generations of 51 AF bodies

    • anjan

      There is still room for a D400 or pro-DX…. maybe with 91K-pixel metering (instead of 2016 pixel), with flash and sync ports. Just giving 51 AF points does not make it pro DX. Maybe they have designed a 91 AF focus system for D4x, and with refub D800 selling at 2399 in less than a year of announcement… seems like the dust has finally settled on 2 generations of 51 AF bodies

  • SoftonDemand

    Isn’t this supposed to be the rumored D400 specs?

  • Q

    Man. NR got scooped by CR on a big Nikon announcement. That hurts. But Nikon scooped Canon on what looks like a great camera.

  • Paul

    Looks a whole lot like the specs for a would-be D400…

    • Anonymous

      Other than the mostly-plastic body I assume it has…

      • MYrdoc

        I can’t believe they would use a plastic body, it’s rather upsetting. Unless its a resin-glass polymer like they use in pistols and a few paintball markers it really compromises the “flagship” of the DX line

      • MYrdoc

        I can’t believe they would use a plastic body, it’s rather upsetting. Unless its a resin-glass polymer like they use in pistols and a few paintball markers it really compromises the “flagship” of the DX line

        • GlobalGuy

          That’s exactly Nikon’s strategy — the Flagship is the D600. “Come over to the FX-side,” quoteth Nikon. “It may cost you 50% more in lens prices, but we’ll be happy.” Nikon is crazy if they don’t have a proper Flagship DX. The only thing dumber than not having a “Small Hands FX” is not having a “Big Hands DX”!! Either way.. they are missing a low-light camera at ANY affordable price…

          • Tom McGill

            No, it’s brilliant. You can shoot DX all day on D600 if you want. It’s your *choice* to go to FX lenses.

            • http://yphotography.co.uk/ Y Photography

              At 10.5MP? There’s not much point shooting DX on a D600, otherwise I might have bought one. D800 maybe.
              Not sure I like the idea of using half of an expensive camera though, and looking down a shrunken viewfinder.

      • Fry

        ..because everybody knows you can take pictures using cameras with magnesium frames only

      • Slappy

        BnH is listing a magnesium alloy body.

  • Komalkumar

    Sounds good

  • Arkasai

    “and a new viewfinder with a low-power consumption OLED display element for bright,high contrast data readout and provides approx. 100% frame coverage.”

    Not sure what that means….is it an overlay or just just the exposure info at the bottom of the viewfinder?

    • mark

      duh ? could this be a hybrid viewfinder ? Let’s just wait how they have implemented this

      • ano102

        +1, it seems that the viewfinder is not an optival viewfinder …
        I hope I misunderstand

        • Craig

          From reading the blurb on canonrumors I ‘think’ that’s refering to how the data looks in the viewfinder. I HOPE!

  • Scott M

    This will sell like crazy

    • catinhat

      to who?

      • Fred Flintstone

        Scott

        • asfdasdf

          lol.

  • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

    I think those specs kind of confirm what I reported last year – Nikon will merge the D7000 and D300: http://nikonrumors.com/2012/11/27/lets-talk-about-2013.aspx/

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

      I mean, how can you top those specs?

      • Scott M

        8fps with grip. Otherwise it sounds great

        • Micah Goldstein

          Zack Lee!

      • 800mm f/2.8 DX VR

        12 fps. State of the art autofocus engine. Better weathersealing. Better build. Etcetera.

      • RMJ

        easily:
        – 48 MP FX sensor squeezed into DX size
        – ISO 10 – 100000
        – titanium alloy body with 100m proof water resistant
        – shoulder strap with bold yellow D400 text

        • Fred Flintstone

          And bundled with a 10-800 2.8

          • Kyle Root

            Oh man, that made me laugh for real. Good ones.

      • RC

        High end DX is about speed (drive and AF), buffer capacity, and metal construction (toughness).

      • Heartyfisher

        say, 16MP high ISO, high DR, high FPS, weather sealed full metal body? 16bit raw.. maybe even a 4:5 aspect crop sensor..

      • grant torres

        How about a built-in instagram mode?

        • http://sonaten.se/ Jonas N

          This changes everything.

      • http://www.facebook.com/rob.ueberfeldt Rob Ueberfeldt

        Drop the MP count, increase the ISO, speed up the frames per second and give it weather sealing.

        • catinhat

          other than maybe ISO this is called D300

        • catinhat

          other than maybe ISO this is called D300

      • VikingAesir

        You could top them by putting them in a better body with a higher FPS.

      • c12td890yq3a

        I don’t know but even Nikon classifies the D7100 as a “middle class DX D-SLR.” This implies that there may be a D400 coming out at some point in the future. The quote I am referring to is this:

        “As a middle-class DX-format D-SLR, it features a highly sophisticated design, which satisfies pride of ownership.”

        On this page: http://imaging.nikon.com/lineup/dslr/d7100/

      • MyrddinWilt

        Built in wifi, gps.

        Carbon fiber body.

        36 MP

        Bacon

      • http://yphotography.co.uk/ Y Photography

        Tougher larger body, with AF-ON button which you can press without poking your eye; bigger buffer; higher usable ISO; higher max frame rate; more premium D800 features, like finer metering sensor.
        My dilemma is that the D300s is 4 years old, and looks dead and forgotten, but if Canon produces a 7Dii, Nikon will miss a trick.

  • js200022

    It is interesting, I was thinking the new camera would be called D7200. But D7100 makes more sense anyway.

    • http://www.facebook.com/tomo.bagaric.3 Tomo Bagaric

      Man, you just made my day! I laughed for a minute there. Everyone pursuits his own concerns, but you had yours. Don’t get me wrong – its really great comment. It just shows the variety among all the posters here.

      I myself am only concerned about that buffer size which is clearly not adequate for anything serious. Besides that, this camera rules, and re-institutes my preference for DX format with whom I’m married after buying all that DX glass.
      With 51 points AF low light capable (and hopefully 3D tracking that works better than on my D300s) and that 1.3 crop that would make two super lenses out my single 80mm 1.8G, I’m more than satisfied with this one. Surely I would like 10 pin and PC to be able to use all these cables I got with my D300s, as well as CF slots for all my CF cards, but we have to embrace the reality of defining lines of Nikon products.

      Once again, the fact that DX is clearly NOT dead, and that we can hope for more high quality DX glass coming down the road – it just made my day! I was already contemplating switch to D600, but I’ll save some money now, apparently!

      BTW, congrats to Admin on VERY accurate estimates! ;)

  • Richard

    Wow …no AA, 51 AF, 24 MP..that is interesting.
    But dual SD, 6 fps..that’s preventing it from looking like a D300s….if this is really the d7000 and D300S replacement, then they need a pro body and a grip that accepts D4 batteries and does 10 fps!!

    • Vin

      Agree 100%, lets go with your add on’s, carbon and magnesium build with weather sealing. 250/ flash sinc.., let me go on, I can think of a few things the D800 could do one better.

    • Vin

      Agree 100%, lets go with your add on’s, carbon and magnesium build with weather sealing. 250/ flash sinc.., let me go on, I can think of a few things the D800 could do one better.

  • rhlpetrus

    The leaked release says “DX flagship”. So, no D400 …

    • Pablo Ricasso

      And what would you call the D400 if that one was to be released?
      A “DX super-flagship” ?

      • Fred Flintstone

        DX spaceship, obviously

    • http://yphotography.co.uk/ Y Photography

      You may well be right, but it depends if they mean DX Flagship for now, or DX Flagship for the foreseeable.

  • http://simmerandshoot.com/ Nicole Rae

    Any idea about pricing? I’m going to guess US$1499-1699

  • js200022

    Is the D7100 the same size as the D7000?

  • Remedy

    Why did they have to go with 24Mpix…. I was really hoping 20Mpix tops…. maybe even revised 16Mpix. It’s kind of sickening seeing how “ancient” D90 destroys those new overpacked bullshit on per pixel level. Yeah, yeah brag about resizing etc…. what else you got after all.

  • Remedy

    Why did they have to go with 24Mpix…. I was really hoping 20Mpix tops…. maybe even revised 16Mpix. It’s kind of sickening seeing how “ancient” D90 destroys those new overpacked bullshit on per pixel level. Yeah, yeah brag about resizing etc…. what else you got after all.

    • Mike

      Spoken like someone who just doesn’t get it. Loved all 12MP in my D300 and D700, but my D800 and D5200 wipe the floor with those “ancient” cameras. And it has nothing to do with resizing. Straight out of the camera, even with JPEGs, the results are distinctly better. But by all means, continue living in the past and in denial.

      • http://www.facebook.com/galahhh Rebecca Tigris

        Have to agree. 24mp is good, would not want higher. Got a D5100 recently, compared to the D300s the files are significantly better. But that’s the only thing thats better!

    • Micah Goldstein

      Honestly, if it had the same or better performance than the D7000 sensor, would you still complain?

      And having owned and shot the D2x, D300, D90, D7000, and now again a D300s, I have to call bullshit. None of the 12mp crop sensors is as good as the 16mp sensor in the D7000. Regardless of pixel size (which really isn’t that much different between 12 and 24 anyway!) the newer sensors have generally outperformed their predecessors.

      The only reason I went back to a 12mp body was because of superior AF performance. If this new camera meets or exceeds the D300 in the AF department, then I’m on it instantly.

  • Filipe

    Fully articulated screen like Nikon D5200?

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

      no, fixed screen

      • Fred Flintstone

        Fixed, as in no more green tint :0)

      • Fred Flintstone

        Fixed, as in no more green tint :0)

  • nd7

    No AA filter for a consumer slr. Just wait till everyone gets them and starts complaining about patterned items missing colors, color banding, moire etc. Seems a strange move for a consumer grade, mass selling camera

    • Micah Goldstein

      …nah “consumer” types will be using glass and poor enough technique that they won’t encounter much moire. And the rest of us know how to deal with it. That said, I’d prefer some AA to no AA at all. I can excite it on my cameras that actually have AA filters, and I prefer not to waste time in post “fixing” it.

      • md7

        Yeah. Nothing worse than getting those pin sharp pics and having to sit in post going through one by one fixing. I would have liked a ‘very slight’ AA filter if it was possible.

    • Iseebetterthanyou

      I shoot nikon d800e. Color is spot on, moire is basically a non issue.

      • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

        Same here, no moire issues with the D800E.

      • Che

        I agree!! I bought the D800E for landscape, street, etc..but I find that I’m using a lot MORE for portraits then my D4. The skin tones and colors are stop on!

  • 800mm f/2.8 DX VR

    NR, there are canon 7D2 specs out there. That is proof of a D400.

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

      If there is a D400, the changes will be only in the body/ergonomics, I cannot see how they can up the D7100 and charge more for it.

      • pixxel

        and speed – 8FPS!

      • http://www.facebook.com/ceasar.sharper Ceasar Sharper

        A D400 in the D800 body format to share th ebattery pack would be owesome and every D800 owner’s dream for birding.

      • ArthurWellesley

        NR, What if it was high ISO?

        • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

          Yes, I guess that is possible, ISO like the D4.

          • ArthurWellesley

            That would be great, I don’t care what sensor it had in it. Even the old D3s 12mp sensor would be awesome!

      • Spy Black

        You deal with a miserable lot on this site…

        • desmo

          yeah, but he had a lot of fun teasing them the last few days
          “mirrorless not DSLR” rumor really stirred the pot

      • Vin

        They wil say they want to charge more for the AA filter next. Ha ha and extra fps.

      • ads

        If theres a D400 it had better have a buffer – the buffer on the 7100 makes it useless for any wildlife faster than a sloth.

        If this is all they’re offering in this generation I’ll be waiting for the next (or consider what the dark side has to offer…). Not that nikon would notice :-)

    • http://twitter.com/hoodlum99 Stephen Hood

      And 6fps will not be enough to compete with the 7D2.

  • sapoviejo

    Where is the cashier??

  • Paul

    Where’s the1080p 60p Nikon???

    • Micah Goldstein

      …after shooting vid for the last year, and having seen the Hobbit, I think 60p is kinda a specialized thing. It’s only really useful for slow mo, and even then, 60 isn’t really that great.

  • jose

    Admin, will nikon develop a new dx lense line for this kind of resolution?, that is the reason of the last weekend lenses rebate, which current dx lenses will work with this camera? Thanks

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

      Yes, I think Nikon will release new high-end DX lenses as well.

  • Micah Goldstein

    Faster FPS mit grip? New grip or MB-D11?

  • jefferylewis

    Dang. I just swapped my D7000 and all my DX lenses for FX lenses and a D600! I miss the 17-55 DX! But the 85 1.8G on the D600 is unreal!

  • http://twitter.com/slinky2000 Stef

    720p at 60fps, a nice step up fromt he D7000. Lets hope the autofocus in live view is improved!

  • http://twitter.com/slinky2000 Stef

    720p at 60fps, a nice step up fromt he D7000. Lets hope the autofocus in live view is improved!

  • luxen

    will be interesting how the body looks

  • frank

    Can’t wait!!!

  • Filipe

    Body D600 like?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Laing/807050516 Michael Laing

    My two thoughts are, Does the aperture and shutter lock up share the same motor and have they given the body more similar to the D300 or the D7000? Obviously Nikon doesn’t think that the video quality will be effected by the lack of an AA filter

    Hopefully I will get to play with the camera next week, fingers crossed.

  • navid

    Hey Admin,Do you have any idea about the sensor producer?
    I mean the D3200 is Nikon and the D5200 is Toshiba,should we wait for Sony?
    thanks

    • Filipe

      i suspect it will be the same 24.1 Toshiba sensor used in the Nikon D5200

    • Filipe

      i suspect it will be the same 24.1 Toshiba sensor used in the Nikon D5200

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

      As far as I remember the Toshiba sensor inside the D5200 performed better, so my guess is that they use the same sensor.

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

      As far as I remember the Toshiba sensor inside the D5200 performed better, so my guess is that they use the same sensor.

  • RMJ

    RIP D400 :(

    • 800mm f/2.8 DX VR

      How do you explain the 7D2?

      • RMJ

        fiction ?

      • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

        Let’s wait and see, the 7D MkIII is few months away (if it exists).

      • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

        Let’s wait and see, the 7D MkIII is few months away (if it exists).

        • http://www.facebook.com/ceasar.sharper Ceasar Sharper

          I really hope the 7D MkIII comes out. The maybe the D400 will emerge with the new sony 20mp sensor and 8fps. It could have weather seals, be rugged and fit the same battery pack of the D800.

  • Jaby

    should I sell my D600 and get a d7100?

    • Fred Flintstone

      Yes, in fact buy two :-)

    • RC

      Why would you want to do that?

    • catinhat

      wait until the dust settles (on the sensor that is)

    • catinhat

      wait until the dust settles (on the sensor that is)

    • http://sonaten.se/ Jonas N

      ???

      Not if you bought the D600 because it was a full-frame camera.

  • vFunct

    1080p at 60i? WTF does that mean?

    • Tommy

      1080i at 60fps
      interlaced instead of progressive.

  • Pat

    If there’s really no D400, the odds of having a D710 (or D750) featuring a 16 or 24mp sensor doing 6+fps is much higher.

    If there’s going to be a high FPS camera other than the D4, I bet Nikon would rather it be a FX than a DX.

  • js200022

    It’s a tough call, should I buy the D7100 or the D600?

    • RC

      Do you have some burning desire to shoot DX?

      • js200022

        That is a good question. I think it is all about FX vs DX. But the new D7100 looks tempting though.

        • RC

          Unless they found some way to drastically improve the high-ISO performance of the DX sensor… I’m enjoying less DOF on my D600. The 24-120 F4 is perfect with it. I also like that my 70-200 actually starts at “70.”

    • geoffcbassett

      If you want to get into photography seriously and invest in full frame lenses: D600

      If it’s a semi-serious hobby: D7100. Also from the specs it looks like it has a much better AF system.

  • Filipe

    What should be the price and when will it be on stock?

  • Filipe

    What should be the price and when will it be on stock?

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

      I think the price will be the same as the D7000 – around $1,200. Pre-orders will start short after the announcement, shipment usually in 30 days.

      • Arkasai

        I think $1,200 is a bit too low for a flagship APS-C – $1499-$1799 seems about right.

        • RC

          No way. That’s way to close to the D600’s price.

          • Arkasai

            I’m basing that prediction on the D300s, which was $1799 at release and still retails for $1699.

            • Anonymous

              Plastic body. It has to be 1500 or lower.

            • RC

              The D7100 ain’t no D300. Now that you know its price, it’s like black Friday for you isn’t it? =)

      • kampante

        When will be the official announcement?

        • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

          In 2 hours

  • Samir

    No AA filter. So does that mean there will be nasty moire in video mode? I’ve read that the d5200 is supposed to have no moire in video mode but I hate the size of that camera body it feels like a toy.

  • Samir

    No AA filter. So does that mean there will be nasty moire in video mode? I’ve read that the d5200 is supposed to have no moire in video mode but I hate the size of that camera body it feels like a toy.

  • http://www.facebook.com/galahhh Rebecca Tigris

    If they seriously think this strategy of making the D4 the only fast camera is going to push everyone to shell out $6k, they’re living in fairy land. Can’t wait till used D3s’s are under $3k.

    • GlobalGuy

      Exactly! I want a low-light camera with high-speed shooting. I don’t care about Megapixels and AA filters (very few people do). Low-light (available/non-flash light) shooting is a huge part of photography. How can they focus so much on AA filters?? And the megapixel war should have been over 5 years ago! Give me an 18 MP, 10 FPS, and 12,800 pure-clean ISO.

      • Scott

        5 years ago we had a 12MP D3, 12MP D300, 10MP D80, 10MPD D60, and 6MP D40. So if the megapixel war should have been over 5 years ago, you don’t get to also say you want more than 12MP.

        • http://sonaten.se/ Jonas N

          The problem isn’t higher MP counts, the problem is higher counts before the sensors are ready for it.

      • knurd

        Amen to that. 6400 max? Last time I checked, the sun still sets and people still move during photos. Unless the 6400 is CLEAN as it is for the D800 or 6D then this isn’t going to do well (even if crop is used for wildlife or sports). Can’t wait to see the final results. Unless extra MP can give us the same or similar detail and/or dynamic range FF cams do then there is no point for consumer cams to have high MP at a high price tag.

      • http://sonaten.se/ Jonas N

        I have to agree here. I frequently shoot at 12 MP and although some more leeway when cropping could be helpful, 16-18 MP sounds like a sweet spot to me. We shouldn’t be satisfied with a big DSLR camera producing so-so photos at ISO 3200 and struggling at ISO 6400 in 2013. (I haven’t seen photos from the D7100, no, but the max ISO on an APS-C camera is almost always set where the performance is getting questionable) I expect about an f-stop better than that. The frustrating part is that I _would_ probably get that if they just didn’t pump the MP count. Go ahead — try that trick and do that for the D3100 for novice users, but not in this segment!

    • http://www.whatisasmarthome.com/ Ping Jintao

      I’ll take one at that price …

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Magnus-Johansson/626440371 Magnus Johansson

      I did. Got tired of waiting for a fast low light DX (D400) – and took the plunge and got myself a D4. Totally worth it.

  • Milene Vicente

    Nikon annoucing new products on the day that were meant to be the playstation day… DUMB MOVE!

  • Tommy

    Damn I have a few days left to return my D7000, but I also bought the battery and grip… If the grip and battery fit, i’ll buy it right away.

    • http://www.facebook.com/ppdebie Peter Paul de Bie

      The battery fits, it’s the EN-EL15 for both. For the grip I am unsure.

  • Mel

    This guy posted pictures of it. Looks almost exactly as the D7000 except for the back. http://www.outletphotography.com/nikon-d7100-photos-and-specs/

    • Fred Flintstone

      Ergonomics nowhere near as good as a D300/s, owners of D300 will be in tears if this kills the D400 hopes

      • catinhat

        no tears, D300 is still kicking and will be for a good long time.

    • http://nikonrumors.com/ Nikon Rumors

      Hmm, could that be it?

      • Craig

        Hopefully that picture is a mock-up based on the D600 – if this is really a blend of the D7000 and D300.But I wouldn’t be surprised if it isn’t.

        • Q

          Look at the iso button placement on the back. Nikon just cannot make up its mind. Please just place it by the top lcd screen and be done with it.

      • Mike

        Stereo microphone above the flash!

  • Zelf

    Any Idee what the min F will be so the AF works? I’d love to use the new 70 – 200mm f/4 with the tele x2.

    • Anonymous

      Canon Rumors site says F/8 for the cross-type sensor in the middle.

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