Nikon D7100

Updated on 20-Jan-2023
Market Status : LAUNCHED
Release Date : 02 Jun, 2014
Official Website : Nikon

Key Specifications

  • Resolution



  • Shutter Speed

    Shutter Speed

    1/8000 sec

  • ISO


    ISO 100 - 6400, Lo-1 (ISO 50), Hi-1 (ISO 12,800), Hi-2 (ISO 25,600)

  • Optical Zoom

    Optical Zoom


Nikon D7100 Price in India: ₹ 59,999 ( onwards )

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Nikon D7100 Brief Description

Nikon D7100

Nikon D7100 Price in India

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Nikon D7100 Full Specifications

Remote control : Yes (Optional, wired MC-DC2 or wireless WR-1 and WR-R10 )
USB : USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec)
HDMI : Yes (Mini Type C)
Wireless : Optional
Storage types : SD/SDHC/SDXC x 2 slots
Max resolution : 6000 x 4000
Sensor photo detectors : 25 megapixels
Sensor size : APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm)
Processor : N/A
Sensor type : CMOS
Photography Features
Minimum shutter speed : 30 sec
Maximum shutter speed : 1/8000 sec
Built-in flash : Yes (Pop-up)
External flash : Yes (Hot-shoe, Wireless)
Continuous drive : Yes (6 fps)
Metering modes : Multi Center-weighted Spot AF-area
Exposure compensation : ±5 (at 1/3 EV, 1/2 EV steps)
AE Bracketing : (2, 3, 5 frames at 1/3 EV, 1/2 EV, 2/3 EV, 1 EV, 2 EV steps)
WB Bracketing : Yes
Videography Features
Format : MPEG-4 H.264
Microphone : Stereo
Speaker : Mono
Resolutions : 1920 x 1080 (60, 50, 25, 24 fps), 1280 x 720 (60, 50 fps), 640 x 424 (30, 24 fps)
ISO : ISO 100 - 6400, Lo-1 (ISO 50), Hi-1 (ISO 12,800), Hi-2 (ISO 25,600)
White balance presets : 12
Custom white balance : Yes
Image stabilization : No
Uncompressed format : RAW
JPEG quality levels : N/A
Optics & Focus
Autofocus : Contrast Detect (sensor) Phase Detect Multi-area Center Selective single-point Tracking Single Continuous Face Detection Live View
Manual focus : Yes
Lens mount : Nikon F mount
Focal length multiplier : N/A
Number of focus points : 51
Screen / Viewfinder
Articulated LCD : Fixed
Screen size : 3.2"
Screen dots : 1228800
Screen type : Wide Viewing Angle TFT-LCD monitor
Live view : Yes
Viewfinder type : Optical (pentaprism)
Viewfinder coverage : 1
Viewfinder magnification : 0.94x
Touch screen : No
Environmentally sealed : Yes (Water and dust resistant)
Battery : Battery Pack
Battery description : 950
Weight (inc. batteries) : 765 g (1.69 lb / 26.98 oz)
Dimensions : 136 x 107 x 76 mm (5.35 x 4.21 x 2.99")
camera type : DSLR

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  • Simply awesome
    Sk. Rizwanuddin on | Mar-2017

    That's pretty good...!! The camera is easy to handle and the pictures taken with this comes out great... Features are very good... It's a suggestible one for sure

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  • Over priced
    Karan Sharma on | May-2015

    i bought this camera from nikon vendor in chandigarh at price of 80k with 50mm/1.8 and 55-200 lens and box included memory card and dslr bag.

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  • Great camera bt got some cons BEWARE !
    Mayukh Dasgupta on | Jan-2015

    This camera is great for taking photos but 1. Lacks a articulating touch screen which is present in its rival model of canon 2. Lacks large buffer capacity. 3. The autofocus is not so great.sometimes the pictures may be out of focus while shooting wildlife or birds in flight. 4.cannot control the aperture in live view mode. 5. No wifi . So cant upload photos directly on the gps as well. 6. Has got 7fps only in 1.3 x crop mode. If you want to shoot wildlife and birds go for 7d m2 or 70d.

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  • Price game
    Rajasekar Pandurangan on | Dec-2014

    One week before nikon D7100 price was around 86,000. They have increased it price to 92,000. Well done with your Price game flipkart... Almost everyday i was watching your price list of this product....

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  • D7100 with 18-140
    Shikhar Sethi on | Jun-2014

    Love this camera, this fits the budget and looks like a long time companion in terms of built. However, why does WS retail not include a version with 18-140mm lens, which is much better in comparison to 18-105. I would be interested to pick it up from Flipkart.

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    MANOJ GOYAL on | Feb-2014


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  • Great camera, super competitive pricing, rotten freebees, horrible courier (2-star rating to get your attention to this review)
    Praveen Kharb on | Dec-2013

    The D7100 replaces my trusted D90. A day of use and I found it to be an excellent camera (way ahead of the D90 not only in sensor megapixels but picture quality too). Captures great pictures even in low light, loads of functions, no complaints at all. Priced most competitively on this website, and I'm very happy with this purchase. Now for the 2-star rating.. the freebees include a cheap low speed 4GB card (good for the trash can) and an even worse camera bag.. really bad. None of them are fit to be used with this camera in terms of quality or reliability. Trust me you will want to throw them away at first sight. And to my unpleasant surprise these freebees seem to come straight from Nikon India. I just ordered a Lowepro Adventura 170 for the camera. Please don't stop reading yet.. The delivery was late by a day which wasn't really an issue. I usually trust Flipkart courier for good service. However this time they sent the camera through a courier service named E-Com Express (cost cutting?). This courier company's website is forever down and hence your shipment cannot be tracked. Many phone calls to their customer care number went unanswered. Finally the delivery came unannounced yesterday evening. The delivery and the condition of the package was straight out of Ace Ventura Pet Detective, where Jim Carry delivers the package in the beginning of the movie (watch the scene on youtube). The box was literally crushed and battered (I took pictures). My heart sank and I asked the delivery guy -- do you know there is an expensive and fragile camera inside this box? And he said to me - that's ok, there is lot of padding inside. Wow!! There was little protective packing inside the main box, which did little to build my confidence (just a few air packets and shrink wrap). Many thanks to Nikon's excellent camera packing, and the fact that the cheap free bag was taped on the outside of the camera box, the camera and lens turned out intact. But I have no idea how many bumps and jolts they have taken and how long they will work without developing issues. E-Com Express is just bad!!! (If you need pictures, just ask). As for the camera, if you have the dough, go for it!

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  • Truely Nikon...
    Agastya on | May-2013

    The Nikon D7100 is a semi-professional with the build and performance of a professional. The price may seem a bit high than the canon D600 and so, but D7100 gives you a much better experience of shooting in many ways. Coming to the sharpness, picture clarity and colors you may feel a bit less but when you zoom in the image it gets better the true components of the image are seen so whenever you take a shot once zoom it in and if you want you can use the command dial and browse through the images. This is because of the high amount of pixel density. So I recommend this beautiful beast to those who want to enjoy their photography.

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  • Nikons latest prodigy in its DSLR camera range.
    BabaBlack Sheep on | Apr-2013

    Purchasing your first camera can be a headache. I was bewildered to see huge collections online and on flipkart. After extensive research I decided I would go with either Canon or Nikon, and zeroed down upon Canon EOS 60D vs. Nikon D7000 vs. Nikon D7100 vs. Canon EOS 7D, yeah I agree all of these models are expensive ones, but I intend to pursue photography beyond a hobby and I don't see myself buying another camera until few years (budget constraints) Actually, comparing Canon vs.Nikon reputation or which is better?, is not justified at all, both are highly specialized players in this field , Canon has a dominant presence in the market and is respected by professionals while Nikon enjoys mass popularity and has carved it's own niche. Lens of both corporations are of superior standards and well built. I finally chose the "Nikon D7100" , earlier it was D7000 but changed my mind when heard about the latest upgrade (D7100 launched in mid feb 2013), I didn't mind spending a few extra bucks. so why I didn't go for the Canon EOS series ? Well to start with , the D7100 beats 60D in nearly all aspects (just like D7000), the only things that pulls up 60D is the flipout screen useful for tricky shots. In fact D7100 competes with the EOS 7D, and gives it a stiff competition overall. If 7D has "some" advantages over D7100 (like 8fps vs. 6fps) then D7100 has a "lot" advantage over the 7D with better image quality, two memory card slots and lots more (compare the features online) and this excludes the High Pixel debate, honestly 24 MP, will be useful only when higher grade lens are used. Canons 18 MP is at par (but yes it does give a slight advantage to Nikon). So choosing D7100 was an obvious choice. finally, my experience with my first DSLR camera, Well, to be honest I have struggled with the controls, but I am now getting used to it. READ THE MANUAL CAREFULLY before operating the camera. The autofocus ability is great but sometimes manual focus is needed when there are multiple objects near and far. If money is a constraint , you can go for D7000 too but keep in mind it's an aging model(launched sept. 2010) , but hey it's the reason why D7100 exists. finally I would recommend anyone buying their first camera to research extensively "online","offline" and then choose, if money is a concern then choose more wisely.Get a feel of your cameras by visiting stores so you can get a better idea. I am happy with my D7100 and hope to learn with experience and enjoy and know more of its features soon. P.S- It's the person behind the camera who makes the real difference not the camera, it only bridges classic shots with your ability. anywho, I wish everyone all the best in choosing their cameras. =) (Sony ,Olympus and Pentax are great choice too)

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  • powerfull dx slr,from
    Varun Raj AP on | Apr-2013

    i brought it on april 4th.. when i compare d7100 with d90 ,d7100 is fast.. for auto focus and capture.. and its 3.2inch rgbw screen is enough evaluate sharpness of image. its 1.3 crop is very usefull one..for telephoto HD video recording is improved.. better autofocus too.. servo auto focus is awesome..i love its video recording button arranged on top.. it have HDR capability , simply d7100 is rich with new features. as my knowlege ,its price is much high compare to d7000 and its feature.. and i`m not satisfied with its image quality when compared to d90.. that may be due to its higher megapixel, battery backup is also low compared to d90. its dual layer mode dial is need much effort to use..

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