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It does a fantastic job! I went from a D3100, and like you found noise at low levels (800+). I own the D7100 now and greatly enjoy its performance at ISO 4000 and below. Also, the grain that you see at higher ISO is also dependent on you nailing the proper exposure. The better you nail it, the less noise you see in hig… see more It does a fantastic job! I went from a D3100, and like you found noise at low levels (800+). I own the D7100 now and greatly enjoy its performance at ISO 4000 and below. Also, the grain that you see at higher ISO is also dependent on you nailing the proper exposure. The better you nail it, the less noise you see in higher ISOs. Also the more light there is the less grain you will see at higher ISOs. Here is an example of an image I shot in a dark room @ ISO 4000 with the D7100 https://plus.google.com/104259763574908799227/posts/AbRQMh5uX1N see less
By Amazon Customer on August 28, 2013
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Yes. 3.5mm stereo input on the side.
By Smoothbassman on May 7, 2013
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It is a great camera for beginner. You have to put some effort in learning it, read manual and get a good book, Dave Busch , dummies book, etc. you won't out grow 7100. 5200 is great camera, but only if your budget is limited id say get 5200. 7100 is perfect consumer/ next to pro level short of getting FX BODY like D600/610.
By RIKMAN on November 12, 2013
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Please visit the Nikon USA web site and your questions will be accurately answered. All of them. Occasionally there will be a special offer by a SELLER and additional goodies will be included. I think it is always a good idea to visit the manufacturer's web site before purchasing any expensive item. Then you can look a… see more Please visit the Nikon USA web site and your questions will be accurately answered. All of them. Occasionally there will be a special offer by a SELLER and additional goodies will be included. I think it is always a good idea to visit the manufacturer's web site before purchasing any expensive item. Then you can look around to see if there are any further deals. The only gotcha is when you buy a product that was intended to be sold in another country. These products are called "grey market" and may include different accessories and warranty. This is particularly true with cameras and lenses. Amazon.com is a Nikon, Canon, etc, dealer and therefore does not sell grey market items unless they are so identified. However, be careful of third party offerings on this web site. If in doubt, contact the vendor by email through Amazon and ask explicit questions. see less
By Dragoneer on January 26, 2014
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Body only means no lens included. You will have to provide your own lens(s). You get charger, battery, strap, cables for uploading photos/movies. Manual, warranty card.
By Kimberly S. Mailliard on September 13, 2014
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Do you mean "Grey Market?" Grey Market means it was not meant to be sold in the USA and most of the time not the original box with all the items that would normally come with the camera, like the battery, strap, etc. Most importantly; does not come with a warranty. "Black Market" is something usually illegal, undergrou… see more Do you mean "Grey Market?" Grey Market means it was not meant to be sold in the USA and most of the time not the original box with all the items that would normally come with the camera, like the battery, strap, etc. Most importantly; does not come with a warranty. "Black Market" is something usually illegal, underground, stolen goods. Amazon does not subscribe with Black Market retailers. This item is sold and shipped from Amazon and is a Nikon Product with USA warranty. If the lower price is your concern, Nikon just recently lowered the price of this camera. This camera is perfectly legit. see less
By Ron Carlson on December 8, 2014
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You could use whatever size you would like but 32gb can hold 2-3k photos...I run to 32gb, one for photos and other is dedicated for video. Works well
By NEfanman on September 19, 2013
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most all nikon lenses work on most nikon cameras since 1971. nikon as opposed to other brands came to the decision that their clients have spent a lot of money on nikon glass so they decided not to change their mounts as other cameras did. the D7100 has the same F mount as your 40X and uses the same 1.5x lenses. the D7… see more most all nikon lenses work on most nikon cameras since 1971. nikon as opposed to other brands came to the decision that their clients have spent a lot of money on nikon glass so they decided not to change their mounts as other cameras did. the D7100 has the same F mount as your 40X and uses the same 1.5x lenses. the D7100 is a beast of a camera and you will be so happy you got it. see less
By michael cano on May 9, 2014
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I shoot with the D7100 professionally as an aerial photographer. I am in love with this camera. You'll be blown away by the differences in the camera immediately! First and foremost, the D7100 has several shortcuts to change settings laid out intuitively around the camera, so you don't need to go through menus to chang… see more I shoot with the D7100 professionally as an aerial photographer. I am in love with this camera. You'll be blown away by the differences in the camera immediately! First and foremost, the D7100 has several shortcuts to change settings laid out intuitively around the camera, so you don't need to go through menus to change things like auto exposure, autofocus mode, flash level, ISO...etc. once you've become familiar with the body, you'll be moving around efficiently- something you can't easily do with the clunky low end D3100.
Image quality is light years above the D3100. Resolution is significantly higher. There are dual SD card slots, which are perfect for long trips when you are away from your computer for an extended period of time, or shoot a massive amount of photos. The D7100 is a very logical next step, and really a wonderful body.
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By Robert Quinn on January 4, 2015
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It all depends whether or not you want to have a DX (APS-C size) or FX (classic 35 mm size) format sensor. The DX sensor has a 1.5X crop factor that will give your lenses a field of view that is 1.5X smaller than the same lens on a FX format camera. This can be an advantage if you shoot wildlife or sports, as it gets y… see more It all depends whether or not you want to have a DX (APS-C size) or FX (classic 35 mm size) format sensor. The DX sensor has a 1.5X crop factor that will give your lenses a field of view that is 1.5X smaller than the same lens on a FX format camera. This can be an advantage if you shoot wildlife or sports, as it gets you "closer" with any given tele lens. However, getting a wide-angle lens is more challenging in the DX format, although there are still good choices. Both formats make great images. The DX bodies are less expensive, the FX sensors are inherently less noisy and theoretically capable of higher quality. You can use any Nikon DX or FX lens on a DX body. You cannot use DX lenses on an FX body without image cropping. I have a D7100, mainly because I started out with a D100 back when all DSLRs were DX format, and I built my lens collection around the DX sensor size. You won't be disappointed in either body--they are both pro-level cameras with a full suite of controls. see less
By Roger Rowlett on December 10, 2013