Hands-On Review: the Nikon D7100
The Nikon D7100 is a serious contender in the market of DSLR cameras that contain APS-C-sized sensors. With a resolution of 24.1MP and a burst rate of 6 frames per second, the D7100 is a successful follow-up to the popular D7000. The focus system now has 51 points and 15 cross-type sensors, just like the high-end, full-frame cameras from Nikon.
Kelby Media reviewer Larry Becker praises the Nikon D7100 for its sharp image quality, thanks in part to the removal of the optical low-pass filter. In his experience, this did not result in increased moire. The camera is also capable of capturing five images in a bracketed set, rather than the previous three for cameras at this level. For video recording, the Nikon D7100 is capable of the usual 1080p at 30 fps for high-quality HD video capture, and it features both a mic jack and a headphone jack for monitoring audio.