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NikonD7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit
 
4.8

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98%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good image quality (77)
  • Fast / accurate auto-focus (61)
  • Image stabilization (58)
  • Fast shutter speed (56)
  • Easy to use (55)

Cons

  • Short battery life (5)

Best Uses

  • Landscape/scenery (68)
  • Wildlife (59)
  • Family photos (58)
  • Travel (58)
  • Low light (47)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Photo enthusiast (32), Semi-pro photographer (22), Casual photographer (13), Photography student (8), Pro photographer (5)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (67), Yes (12)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Does it all with Nikon quality

The Nikon D7100 package with two lenses (18-140, 55-300) also includes a battery and charger, memory card (32gb), manual (a real, printed one… shocker), a mildly...Read complete review

The Nikon D7100 package with two lenses (18-140, 55-300) also includes a battery and charger, memory card (32gb), manual (a real, printed one… shocker), a mildly informative though decidedly pointed towards novice photogs DVD on shooting pictures and videos with Nikon cameras (which uses the D5300 in most examples), case, strap, etc. All in all a grouping of useful items, great to get you going if you aren't coming from an already stocked arsenal of digital photography equipment. It suited my needs.Suggestion #1: (I will add several of these) If you happen to possess some decent Nikon lenses suited to the DX format, just buy the body. The included lenses are good, but this camera and a simple 35mm 1.8 lens will take you a long way. Let me begin by saying that the online purchase and shipping from B&H Photo was simple and efficient. I spent a ton of time researching, so I already knew what I was looking for, and getting it headed my way was pretty straightforward. Because of the complete selection, ease of getting help, and dependable shipping, B&H is as risk-free as a purchase can get. On that note:Suggestion #2: Buy only from an authorized Nikon dealer. Grey market stuff is everywhere, especially @, and you don't have a prayer of getting service in the US if you need it. Many Nikon shops won't touch grey market items even at your cost, so you're on your own if you shop with non-dealers. For those who don't know, "Import" next to the name can be translated as "No warranty in the US." Although all Nikons are imports, only those that are imported through Nikon's recognized dealer network, verified by serial number, are covered by manufacturer warranty. You've been warned...A brief personal background to help understand my motivations: At one time I was quite the enthusiast on 35mm, having moderate local success and getting several photos in print. I didn't do much creative photography for many years, but my employment in law enforcement provided lots of opportunity for documentary photos. My real skills with a camera were not much in use here, mostly full auto shooting. A trip to the FBI National Academy re-awakened interest, having taken a course in Evidentiary Photography using Nikon D300s while there. When I was ready to jump back into photography, I did a ton of research, which lead me to the Canon 70D or Nikon D7100 as the best choices, and the Nikon likely won out on the strength of familiarity, as they are pretty much neck and neck as competitors. I favored the Nikon's image quality overall, but was never sure if that was a result of the camera, or the photographer skill. Either way, D7100 it was.The camera arrived safely and was quickly assembled. One of my "have to have" options was the ability to shoot fully automatically, fully manually, or variations in between… all well covered here. One thing I have come to appreciate as I am re-learning the craft is the semi-auto priority modes that set the aperture or shutter based on your input. You don't have to accept it, but it is very educational to see what the camera computer suggests to balance your settings. In other words, when you know what you want, say, in the way of aperture but aren't sure of shutter speed to make it work, you can get the camera's suggestion as a base point. In several tests, the camera's settings were pretty much spot on.I'm not a huge video guy, but did some tests for image stability and sound quality. Both were surprisingly good, especially so considering I was hand holding the camera. And the option for a stereo mic input is going to be a real quality booster on interviews. Nice work there. I also noticed an HDMI out, which is a great option for those who have a video recorder to record to, such as is the case in an interview room.The lenses in every setting were reliable in auto focus, accurate in manual focus, and very easy to handle. That brings up another good point: ergonomically, this camera and its lenses just feel good in the hand. Every time you want to adjust something the proper control always seems to be near an available finger. The more I learn, the easier it gets. There was considerable buzz about difficulty in making adjustments in the "internet expert" community, which I just didn;t find to be true. Which brings me to:Suggestion #2: Take all internet videos with a huge grain of salt. If a video starts with "some friends asked me to do a video about…" you can translate that as "I wanted to give you my personal, unsolicited, and often unsubstantiated/uneducated opinion on…" Many are thinly veiled fan-forums, especially comparisons. Glean what you can, leave the rest, rely on recognized professional reviews if you can find them… it's what the others are plagiarizing anyway. The capacities of the SD cards are amazing. When I saw the size of the default JPEG (6000x4000) I figured I would run out of the 32gb card quickly, until I checked… 4K available. That's 4000. I plugged in a 64gb card and, yep… 8100 available. Astonishing. Even if you go to RAW images, there's still a ton of room. I would have gone broke in the 35mm days to even think of shooting 1000 images at an event, and now it's a non-concern. Got to love technology.The one minus, and the only advantage the Canon 70D had in my opinion, was the swivel LCD. The Nikon's LCD is both larger and clearer, so it was a worthwhile trade, but I could see a few places a swing out unit could be useful. The Nikon LCD on a similarly executed swivel would be a killer add.In summary, it's a monster of a camera. I may go full frame on day if my skill ever warrants it but I honestly can't see a need at this point. I will add a 35mm prime, probably a good macro, and a flash and that will keep me busy for a long while. Very happy with the purchase.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not So Sure

Maybe it's just me and I have not figured out how to use the camera but so far I'm not entirely happy with it. When using auto focus or even in manual focus, the...Read complete review

Maybe it's just me and I have not figured out how to use the camera but so far I'm not entirely happy with it. When using auto focus or even in manual focus, the pictures are not sharp. In manuel, I wait until the green dot in the camera is a solid circle which is supposed to tell me I am in focus, but the images do not turn out to be in focus. The camera also underexposes the shots, sometimes badly.

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4.0

In love with this camera

By riceek

from Driggs, ID

Verified Buyer

Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

I am in love with this camera. Period. I purchased it to work on my photography skills, have something faster/more responsive and be able to take basic pictures for marketing clients. I did a lot of research on models, brands, mirror vs. mirrorless and pleased with my choice. I went with traditional/mirror due to lack of mirrorless lense options available.

Use: Amateur photography enthusiast, limited SLR experience- had a film SLR back in the day.

Pros:
-fast functions
-menus are easy/intuitive to navigate- took a creative live class to get familiar and pretty much read manual cover to cover.
- it's a big camera, but is a good size to haul around traveling or for casual shooting (I do have a high tolerance for this- I'll take it anywhere)
- lots of lens options that I hope to take advantage of some day when I have a need and am a better photographer.
- loved this package with the kit telephoto lens.
- battery charges fast and great battery life (I took 1100 shots including video, JPG norm and RAW on a winter day outside - about 6 hours of shooting)
- solid entry level camera. seems like it would even be a great intermediate camera.
- I purchased a LowePro TLZ 30 case and it's a tight fit. Works for travel and casual shooting, but if you want to carry any extra gear or a better strap, get a larger bag.

Cons:
- Hard to invent any...
- Perhaps heavy for some people, but seems standard for this type of camera
- Large if you are used to no camera, small point and shoot or even a film SLR (it's about twice the size of my 15 yr old minolta), but again, seems reasonable for features.

 
5.0

Good Package for starters!

By Maccelerate

from Midwest

Verified Buyer

Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

Just starting back into photography after 18 years of point-and-shoot disillusionment. Sure, tiny cameras are convenient, and can take good pictures, but it's often a fluke when that happens and there's so little actual control over the creative aspects of photography. There is a reason why DSLRs sell! This is a very good kit for the money. I'll be happy with it for some time. Sure, a faster lens would be good for anything but daylight shots, anyone wanting to get into photography without a high barrier to entry should be pleased.

I used to shoot a lot back in the day...with film. Coming from a month using a loaned Pentax K10D (10 MP), the Nikon D7100 is like learning to drive with an Indy car, but it has a big future. I didn't want to jump into a Pro camera, didn't want to feel left out in a year with an entry-level, so I went with the prior, middle of the line model and saved some $.

With about 1K shots under my belt, I'm still learning camera management and loving it. It takes great pictures most of the time and salvageable shots in low light. I'd say that all of my throwaways are due to my mistakes in shot choice, or expectation.

B&H's site also worked well, never led me astray like so many can nowadays. It was a joy to follow through the process, add a battery, check back at the cart. Everything worked.

 
2.0

Not So Sure

By a good photographer

from Montvale, Va.

Verified Buyer

Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

Maybe it's just me and I have not figured out how to use the camera but so far I'm not entirely happy with it. When using auto focus or even in manual focus, the pictures are not sharp. In manuel, I wait until the green dot in the camera is a solid circle which is supposed to tell me I am in focus, but the images do not turn out to be in focus. The camera also underexposes the shots, sometimes badly.

 
5.0

Great upgrade

By Bob

from Flagstaff, Arizona

Verified Buyer

Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

I got the D7100 to replace my D80. The quality of the photos are excellent. It also shoots great video. I've owned Nikon cameras since 1978. I wouldn't shoot with anything else.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wife loves camera

By Jr

from Las cruces nm

About Me Casual Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Good Image Quality
  • Good Image Stabilization

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Landscape/Scenery
    • Wildlife photos

    Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

    Wife is novice but I figured she was better off with and camera that had more features than an entry level one this camera is awesome very user friendly

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Value for Money

    By lroar

    from Trinidad & Tobago

    About Me Pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
    • Fast Shutter Speed
    • Good Image Quality
    • Good Image Stabilization
    • High ISO Performance
    • Large Clear LCD

    Cons

    • Short Battery Life

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Indoors/Low Light
    • Landscape/Scenery
    • Sports/Action
    • Travel
    • Weddings/Events
    • Wildlife photos

    Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

    I own a Nikon D90 camera for some years now. I decided to update my gear when I saw this deal. So far It seems to be working as advertised.
    There was a minor problem with the wireless remote that comes with the kit, but it's easily solved by putting your phone in airplane mode.
    I'm a wedding photographer/videographer and according to what I've seen so far, this will be a great asset.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    5.0

    Great camera, great price...

    By Willy

    from Miami

    About Me Pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Good Image Quality

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Travel

      Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

      I bought this camera as a gift to my wife but I will use it as mine because the image quality is great and the body is light and small. I will use my 2 D800 just for work. I love the 18-140 since the first time I used it; now it is my all day lens.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great Camera Upgrade

      By Renee the Photographer

      from Michigan

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Fast Shutter Speed
      • Good Image Quality
      • Good Image Stabilization
      • High ISO Performance
      • Large Clear LCD

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Family Photos
        • Indoors/Low Light
        • Landscape/Scenery
        • Sports/Action
        • Travel
        • Video
        • Weddings/Events
        • Wildlife photos

        Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

        My previous camera was a Nikon D80 and I decided last year that it was time to upgrade. Some of the settings are a little bit different than my D80 so I have had to adjust to that, but with new features like video, less grain at higher ISOs for low light, and wifi I'm really happy with this upgrade.

        I also am happy with the two new lenses in this kit, because they have helped me bridge the gap between some of my other lenses with a wider zoom range that makes them flexible for all sorts of shooting situations.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

        (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        D7100 Camera Kit

        By RCH

        from Daytona FL

        About Me Photography Student

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy On The Hand
        • Easy To Use
        • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
        • Fast Shutter Speed
        • Good Image Quality
        • Good Image Stabilization
        • High ISO Performance
        • Large Clear LCD
        • Menu Same Nikon Dslr
        • Quiet

        Cons

        • None Identified

        Best Uses

        • Corporate Events
        • Indoors/Low Light
        • Studio
        • Travel
        • Wildlife photos

        Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

        It was time to buy a second camera and the Nikon D7100 seemed to fit the bill for my needs. I had researched several options and currently own a D5100 and new I wanted more features and a camera that leaned toward the professional capiabilties but with a reasonable price. The D7100 and camrea kit has been a great purchase that produces excellent photographs.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

        (6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        First DSLR

        By Valerie D.

        from Midwest

        About Me Casual Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
        • Good Image Quality
        • Good Image Stabilization
        • High ISO Performance
        • Large Clear LCD

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Family Photos
          • Indoors/Low Light
          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Travel
          • Weddings/Events
          • Wildlife photos

          Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

          I recently upgraded from a point-and-shoot to this D7100. The learning curve has been steep (unless you use the auto modes, which I'm determined not to do). I've been trying to improve my photography skills to better take advantage of all of its features. The picture quality is amazing, and I'm looking forward to getting cleaner pictures when lighting isn't the best. Highly recommend!

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

          (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Great APS-C Camera

          By Don C

          from San Francisco, CA

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
          • Fast Shutter Speed
          • Good Image Quality
          • Good Image Stabilization
          • Large Clear LCD

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Family Photos
            • Landscape/Scenery
            • Sports/Action
            • Weddings/Events
            • Wildlife photos

            Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

            Camera gives easy access and shortcuts to a lot of needed functions when shooting in any Priority mode or Manual. Able to change through a few WB profiles with a bit of Amber/Blue adjustment (+/- 6). Change Focusing type from Single to Continuous and its variable modes of Continuous Single to Dynamic 51. Has 2 SD Card slots for redundancy or extra capacity or RAW-JPG split. Kit Lens are a good way to start for those who already want to shoot and can't afford the glass yet, or for those who don't need the extra capability in quality glass. Shooting in Manual with these glass has a bit of limitation, that's a given since the Aperture changes as you zoom. But being able to cover an 18mm to 300mm range to those who do not have any lenses is a good way to start. Photos are still usable at ISO 6400 in print.

            • Was this a gift?:
            • Yes

            (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            In love

            By Andi

            from Minnesota

            About Me Semi-pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
            • Good Image Quality
            • Quiet

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Family Photos
              • Indoors/Low Light
              • Landscape/Scenery
              • Sports/Action
              • Travel
              • Video
              • Weddings/Events
              • Wildlife photos

              Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

              I went from a D80 to a D7100, both great products, but the upgrade is so worth it. I love to take photos and with what is out there with taking photos to another level with either picking a certain color (rest B/W) to having it look like a drawing - this was the best gift I could have received from my husband. Photo and Art - both in one camera!!!

              • Was this a gift?:
              • Yes

              (24 of 24 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Does it all with Nikon quality

              By RPark

              from Gulf Coast of Texas

              About Me Semi-pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Use
              • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
              • Fast Shutter Speed
              • Good Image Quality
              • Good Image Stabilization
              • High ISO Performance
              • Large Clear LCD

              Cons

              • Lacks Swivel Lcd

              Best Uses

              • Crime Scene
              • Family Photos
              • Indoors/Low Light
              • Interview Video
              • Landscape/Scenery
              • Sports/Action
              • Travel
              • Video
              • Weddings/Events
              • Wildlife photos

              Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

              The Nikon D7100 package with two lenses (18-140, 55-300) also includes a battery and charger, memory card (32gb), manual (a real, printed one… shocker), a mildly informative though decidedly pointed towards novice photogs DVD on shooting pictures and videos with Nikon cameras (which uses the D5300 in most examples), case, strap, etc. All in all a grouping of useful items, great to get you going if you aren't coming from an already stocked arsenal of digital photography equipment. It suited my needs.Suggestion #1: (I will add several of these) If you happen to possess some decent Nikon lenses suited to the DX format, just buy the body. The included lenses are good, but this camera and a simple 35mm 1.8 lens will take you a long way. Let me begin by saying that the online purchase and shipping from B&H Photo was simple and efficient. I spent a ton of time researching, so I already knew what I was looking for, and getting it headed my way was pretty straightforward. Because of the complete selection, ease of getting help, and dependable shipping, B&H is as risk-free as a purchase can get. On that note:Suggestion #2: Buy only from an authorized Nikon dealer. Grey market stuff is everywhere, especially @, and you don't have a prayer of getting service in the US if you need it. Many Nikon shops won't touch grey market items even at your cost, so you're on your own if you shop with non-dealers. For those who don't know, "Import" next to the name can be translated as "No warranty in the US." Although all Nikons are imports, only those that are imported through Nikon's recognized dealer network, verified by serial number, are covered by manufacturer warranty. You've been warned...A brief personal background to help understand my motivations: At one time I was quite the enthusiast on 35mm, having moderate local success and getting several photos in print. I didn't do much creative photography for many years, but my employment in law enforcement provided lots of opportunity for documentary photos. My real skills with a camera were not much in use here, mostly full auto shooting. A trip to the FBI National Academy re-awakened interest, having taken a course in Evidentiary Photography using Nikon D300s while there. When I was ready to jump back into photography, I did a ton of research, which lead me to the Canon 70D or Nikon D7100 as the best choices, and the Nikon likely won out on the strength of familiarity, as they are pretty much neck and neck as competitors. I favored the Nikon's image quality overall, but was never sure if that was a result of the camera, or the photographer skill. Either way, D7100 it was.The camera arrived safely and was quickly assembled. One of my "have to have" options was the ability to shoot fully automatically, fully manually, or variations in between… all well covered here. One thing I have come to appreciate as I am re-learning the craft is the semi-auto priority modes that set the aperture or shutter based on your input. You don't have to accept it, but it is very educational to see what the camera computer suggests to balance your settings. In other words, when you know what you want, say, in the way of aperture but aren't sure of shutter speed to make it work, you can get the camera's suggestion as a base point. In several tests, the camera's settings were pretty much spot on.I'm not a huge video guy, but did some tests for image stability and sound quality. Both were surprisingly good, especially so considering I was hand holding the camera. And the option for a stereo mic input is going to be a real quality booster on interviews. Nice work there. I also noticed an HDMI out, which is a great option for those who have a video recorder to record to, such as is the case in an interview room.The lenses in every setting were reliable in auto focus, accurate in manual focus, and very easy to handle. That brings up another good point: ergonomically, this camera and its lenses just feel good in the hand. Every time you want to adjust something the proper control always seems to be near an available finger. The more I learn, the easier it gets. There was considerable buzz about difficulty in making adjustments in the "internet expert" community, which I just didn;t find to be true. Which brings me to:Suggestion #2: Take all internet videos with a huge grain of salt. If a video starts with "some friends asked me to do a video about…" you can translate that as "I wanted to give you my personal, unsolicited, and often unsubstantiated/uneducated opinion on…" Many are thinly veiled fan-forums, especially comparisons. Glean what you can, leave the rest, rely on recognized professional reviews if you can find them… it's what the others are plagiarizing anyway. The capacities of the SD cards are amazing. When I saw the size of the default JPEG (6000x4000) I figured I would run out of the 32gb card quickly, until I checked… 4K available. That's 4000. I plugged in a 64gb card and, yep… 8100 available. Astonishing. Even if you go to RAW images, there's still a ton of room. I would have gone broke in the 35mm days to even think of shooting 1000 images at an event, and now it's a non-concern. Got to love technology.The one minus, and the only advantage the Canon 70D had in my opinion, was the swivel LCD. The Nikon's LCD is both larger and clearer, so it was a worthwhile trade, but I could see a few places a swing out unit could be useful. The Nikon LCD on a similarly executed swivel would be a killer add.In summary, it's a monster of a camera. I may go full frame on day if my skill ever warrants it but I honestly can't see a need at this point. I will add a 35mm prime, probably a good macro, and a flash and that will keep me busy for a long while. Very happy with the purchase.

              • Was this a gift?:
              • No

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              great dslr kit

              By akgourmet

              from juneau, ak

              About Me Photo Enthusiast

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Fast Shutter Speed
              • Good Image Quality
              • High ISO Performance

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Family Photos
                • Indoors/Low Light
                • Landscape/Scenery
                • Sports/Action
                • Travel
                • Video
                • Weddings/Events
                • Wildlife photos

                Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

                Larger and heavier than I expected, but build quality and picture quality are excellent. I got away from slr cameras when digital first came out 20 years ago, but now I'm back. This camera gives you full control over your picture taking. Great for the photography buff.

                • Was this a gift?:
                • No

                (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Very good

                By Lu Navarro

                from Minas Gerais, Brazil

                About Me Photography Student

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Easy To Use
                • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
                • Fast Shutter Speed
                • Good Image Quality
                • Good Image Stabilization
                • High ISO Performance

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Family Photos
                  • Travel
                  • Weddings/Events

                  Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

                  This kit is perfect for professional photographs, bringing together two very useful lens and a camera with many features. The bag ensures safety to store equipment and comfort around.

                  • Was this a gift?:
                  • No
                   
                  5.0

                  D7100

                  By Sam

                  from Seattle

                  Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

                  Excellent camera. By far the best option in the price range.

                   
                  5.0

                  I would buy this product again and again

                  By Tatala

                  from Coral springs Fl

                  About Me Photo Enthusiast

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Easy To Use
                  • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
                  • Fast Shutter Speed
                  • Good Image Quality
                  • Good Image Stabilization
                  • High ISO Performance
                  • Large Clear LCD
                  • Quiet
                  • Tilt /Swivel LCD

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Family Photos
                    • Indoors/Low Light
                    • Landscape/Scenery
                    • Sports/Action
                    • Travel
                    • Video
                    • Weddings/Events
                    • Wildlife photos

                    Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

                    I just start the photography class and my pictures are GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love mi new camera

                    • Was this a gift?:
                    • No
                     
                    5.0

                    It is an excellent camera!!!!!

                    By Mariana

                    from Buenos Aires Argentina

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Easy To Use
                    • Good Image Quality

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Family Photos
                      • Travel
                      • Video

                      Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

                      I could use the camera inmidiately I bought it. It is an friendly product

                      • Was this a gift?:
                      • No

                      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      5.0

                      Great deal

                      By Cj

                      from Utah

                      Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

                      The Nikon d7100 package is a good deal. The camera has lots of great features. The levees perform as well as can be expected for kit lenses. Nikon glass quality is great even at the hobbyist level.

                       
                      5.0

                      Great buy!

                      By nightwriter92

                      from Riverside, CA

                      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Easy To Use
                      • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
                      • Fast Shutter Speed
                      • Good Image Quality
                      • Good Image Stabilization
                      • High ISO Performance
                      • Large Clear LCD
                      • Quiet

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Indoors/Low Light
                        • Landscape/Scenery
                        • Video

                        Comments about Nikon D7100 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm and 55-300mm Lenses Kit:

                        I switched from another brand because this kit was such a good deal. I've been very pleased with the quality of the camera and its features--it's everything I hoped it would be.

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