Nikon D7200 Camera Hire

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The new Nikon D7200 is the most advanced in Nikon’s DX camera range. It creates a new standard for image quality with its DX-format 24.2 MP CMOS sensor minus the optical low-pass filter and EXPEED 4 image processor. Designed to tackle even the toughest conditions, coupled with the CMOS sensor, the rugged D7200 packs in an Advanced Multi-CAM 3500 II autofocus sensor module which utilises 51 focus points to capture super sharp photographs even in extreme low light conditions. The D7200’s buffer capacity allows you to record up to 100 sequential JPEGs (Fine/Large), 27 12-bit NEF files, or 18 14-bit NEF files. Full HD 108op is also available to the videographer supporting up to 60 FPS video recording in 1.3x format and up to 9,999 consecutive frames for in-camera timelapse. The versatility of the D7200 also extends to feature dual SD card slots, built-in snapbridge Wi-Fi connectivity through the Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility app (available for Android and iOS) and NFC for to connect with your mobile device.



Single point Auto Focus – This mode is ideal when you want to focus on a particular part of stationary subjects, such as in portraits or landscapes. It can be conveniently employed when creating a portrait with the focus on an eye of the subject.

Dynamic Area Auto Focus – Suitable for capturing moving subjects. You may select any 51 points as a priority focus point. If the subject briefly leaves this selected point, the camera will focus on the subject based on information from the supporting points surrounding it. The number of points employed in focusing can be selected from 9, 21 or 51, depending on the situation, such as movement of the subject and predictability of the movement.

3D-Tracking – Once you achieve focus on the subject with your selected focus point, the camera utilises all 51 points and follows the tracking of the subject by automatically switching to a new focus point according to the movement and changes of composition while the shutter-release button is half pressed. This gives you more compositional freedom while shooting subjects that move erratically from side to side or top to bottom in the frame.


Like Nikon’s high end FX camera series, the D7200 offers 100% optical frame coverage, an improvement from it’s predecessor.


The D7200 features built-in snapbridge Wi-Fi connectivity to enable transfer of imagery as well as remote shooting capabilities. Utilising the Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility app on your Android or iOS mobile device, you can use that device to browse the contents on your memory card, select images, and wirelessly transfer files between devices for immediate sharing online. Additionally, the mobile device features the ability to remotely trigger the shutter and display a live view image from the camera. NFC is also supported to provide a quick and simple tap-to-connect method for linking your mobile devices with the camera.