Nikon D7100 gets DxOMark tested


DxOMark published their test results for the Nikon D7100 DSLR camera. Surprisingly the $400 cheaper D5200 performed slightly better then the D7100. The current top 3 best APS-C cameras tested by DxOMark are the Nikon D5200, D7100 and Pentax K-5 IIs:


The DxOMark test results of the Nikon Coolpix A compact camera will be published this Friday.

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  • Nikon AM I

    I don’t believe the D5200 sensor is the same as the D7100 sensor. Dx0Mark says they are different pixel pitches – so they would have to be different sensors.

  • esolesek

    D3200 is a terrible camera, with horrid battery life, terrible ergonomics, and very unreal color rendering. I assume the D5200 has to be better on the last count, though the system is pretty close on the battery end. I saw the D7100 recently, and thought, this camera is far too big. I guess its for the supposed ‘semi-pros’ that litter the landscape. I can see trucking a big camera around if you’re actually getting paid to travel with it, otherwise, please.

    I liked the D40x, but that was 6 years ago, and its hobbled by less-than wonderful focussing, though it still generates more natural images than the D3200. and Its size is perfect. Still hoping Nikon gets the message someday and stops hobbling its smallest profile body, but they prob won’t.

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