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The Sentiment Analysis of key attributes from the reviews is summarized as follows:
Best-in-class image quality and sublime ergonomics took the Nikon D7200 to the top of the pack.
the new Nikon D7200 (MSRP $1,199.95), which is slightly cheaper, slightly smaller, slightly faster, but packs the much smaller APS-C sensor
With top image and video quality, as well as great design and extensive features, the D7200 is one of the best midrange DSLRs you can buy.
Nikon’s D7200 is a dynamite machine and a pleasure to shoot. It’s nimble, responsive and has good ergonomics.
The D7200 may not be a complete overhaul when compared to the D7100, but Nikon has tweaked an already great camera to produce something which is clearly better than its predecessor
Rather than completely changing the design and way the D7200 works, Nikon has made a few incremental upgrades which tweaks the camera to make it even more appealing than its predecessor
Enhanced autofocus and bigger image bufferThe new Nikon D7200 DSLR will replace its predecessor, the D7100, as the new Nikon flagship DX-format DSLR featuring an APS-C sensor. Despite offering similar resolution
Anyone looking for a traditional, well-featured DSLR for stills shooting.
The D7200 is the most serious D-SLR in Nikon's DX lineup, but it doesn't equal our Editors' Choice Canon 7D Mark II for capturing action
the Nikon D7200 might seem to be a very minor upgrade. Visually, it's nearly identical to its predecessor, with the exact same weather-sealed body and control layout.
The Nikon D7200 is a great camera for the money, as long as you don't care about an extensive feature set.