Nikon is very good at creating digital camera equipment and has earned the reputation of being one of the leading companies in the photography industry. From the camera body down to the lens, Nikon knows how to make an impressive DSLR. I’ve owned my Nikon D7000 for almost two years now, and I’ve got to say that I am extremely pleased with the performance it has given me so far when it comes to taking pictures. The new release of the Nikon D7100 continues in this tradition by boasting many new features that include: an impressive 24.1-megapixel sensor, maximum ISO of 6400 (25000 expanded), professional-level 51-point AF system, full HD movie recording at 1920 x 1080 24/25/30/50i/60i, shoot 6 frames-per-second at full resolution and 7 fps with 1.3x crop, a 3.2-inch LCD display with 1.229-million dots, and weighing in at a mere 23.8 ounces. Street price: ($1200) body only. ($1600) with 18-105 kit lens.
[via Nikon Rumors]