The Nikon D7100 arrived in a new era for DSLRs, and it is facing a different market than its very popular predecessor. But that doesn’t change the pictures the camera takes. And for that, here is a new review at Photo Review.
As of the time of writing, the Nikon D7100 goes for $1150 body only and $1450 with the 18-105 lens.
Hey, we are still here sing the DSLRs with one voice! Not forgotten is the Nikon D7100 as it receives a new short review at CNet Australia.
The Nikon D7100 continues to slowly but steadily pick up reviews, preparing for the upcoming review zombie apocalypse! The latest Nikon D7100 review is waiting for you to read at Camerahoarders.
Yes, DSLRs are still around! They may not be currently the “hot cameras du jour” but a lot more photographers are using them than mirrorless cameras or exotic/advanced fixed-lens cameras. With that as a probably-unnecessary introduction, the Nikon D7100 review is finalized at Imaging Resource.
The Nikon D7100 APS-C dSLR has a new review out, hot off the e-presses e-published at Neocamera, straight into the matrix!
The Nikon D7100 is eligible for the current round of stackable Nikon Instant Rebates which expire 6/29/13 unless renewed/extended/etc.
One of the most recent Nikon DSLRs, the APS-C D7100, the follow-up to the very successful D7000 has a new review out, it is waiting for you at Photography Bay.
Steve’s Digicams is back with another camera review, this time the subject of their review-action is the Nikon D7100.
The last couple of days have been fairly quiet review wise, but the silence is broken by Photography Review where they have posted their review of the Nikon D7100 APS-C dSLR.
Back to the Nikon DSLRs we go with a new review of the 2013 APS-C leader, the D7100, at Optyczne.pl which you can also read in computer-translatese.
We haven’t fallen behind in reviews this time (for a change), it’s just that the last few days there haven’t been many camera reviews. Partially perhaps because of the Olympus E-Pen announcements, partially perhaps “Happy Mother’s Day”. Or just pure coincidence. Regardless, a brand new review is out and waiting for your readingtainment (reading + entertainment), it is the Nikon D7100 at Photography Life.
Chase Jarvis broke out in the gear scene with his viral Nikon D90 video. Now he is back with a more traditional photographer-priority review of the new Nikon D7100.
Another Nikon but of a different kind, it is the D7100 DSLR and it has been reviewed by dpreview.com in a 25-page review!
Here comes another review for the Nikon D7100, published at Pocket Lint in mid-March but we missed it in the timeline, and it is too painful to find out exactly where it fits since we have 100+ posts made the last two days, so the posting date is not available as an indicator. Okay too much inside baseball. The review is here, enjoy it
Back to the perhaps hottest DSLR at the moment, albeit it is a rather lukewarm DSLR environment these days since most new release are sequential updates to put it gently. But I’m going off on a tangent. Here is a new Nikon D7100 review at Trusted Reviews.
Back to the Nikon D7100 we go with one more new review, waiting for your pixel-peeping eyes at Camera Labs.
The Nikon D7100 is slowly but steadily picking up new reviews, here is another one published in mid April at The Phoblographer. Yes we are getting close to finishing this epic review catch-up-a-thon!
Don’t you forget about me hot camera du jour lovers sings the Nikon D7100 as it receives a new review to add to its review portfolio at Digital Camera Review.
Nikon’s current APS-C leader is the Nikon D7100, since we haven’t had a D300S replacement (yet?), and it has received a new review as it is starting to roll out. The new review is available for your reviewtainment at ePhotozine… As of the time of writing, the D7100 is steadily in-stock.
Comparison review time at ephotozine where they compare the very successful Nikon D7000 versus the newer upstart, the D7100. A Nikon civic war!
The Nikon D7000 was a big success story for Nikon, so how will its follow up, the D7100, in a camera market that is decidedly different, and DSLRs are not longer greeted as defacto liberators? With that as a semi-unnecessary intro, here is the Nikon D7100 review at Photography Blog.