Nikon has released a firmware update for the D7100. Firmware version C: 1.01 fixes the issue with the flash output level that was shown on the display when viewing photos, and with the images that didn’t change while Live View was active when on certain camera settings. Also, with movie recording at 1920 × 1080/24p in M exposure mode, subject brightness did not change, even when shutter speed was adjusted. This issue has been resolved along with a number of other fixes.
Nikon has published what they call a “digitutor” for their soon to be released new crop sensor camera. Get all the details of this new camera here.
Nikon has just announced the D7100 DSLR, a $1200. 24 MP DX sensor with improved speed and focusing, placing it at the top of their DX lineup.
Nikon D7100 Key Features & Specs:
- 24.1-megapixel DX-format (APS-C) CMOS sensor
- EXPEED 3 image processing
- 51-point AF system with 15 cross-type sensors
- 2,016-pixel RGB metering sensor with Scene Recognition System
- Sensitivity: ISO 100 to 6400, expandable to ISO 25,600 (Hi-2)
- New 1.3x Crop Mode
- 6 FPS high-speed burst at full resolution
- 7 FPS in new 1.3x Crop Mode
- 3.2-inch 1.2-million-dot RGBW LCD display
- New, “i” button provides quick access to key functions in Live View
- 1080p full HD video with built-in stereo microphone and headphone jack
- Full HD video at 60i in 1.3x Crop Mode
- Uncompressed HDMI output video
- Full time auto focus in video mode
- Dual SD card slots – UHS-1 and SDXC compatibility
- New viewfinder with 100% coverage and new OLED info display
- Shutter assembly rated for 150k actuations
- Magnesium alloy top and back plates
- Weatherproofing equivalent to the D300S
Available in late March.