The new Nikon D7200 camera was released to the public on early 2015 and has been deemed a high-end APS-C camera. It has been referred to as the only DX formatted camera currently available on the market and a marginal improvement to the earlier D7100 model. The Nikon Corporation has made every effort to have the device available globally; expanding its reach to users in every area and with every photographic need imaginable. The D7200 has retained the height, weight and dimensions of earlier models in the line but boasts a number of the improved features that include an enhanced internal process, wireless connectivity and video shooting capabilities. Also included in the features offered by this latest piece of technology is a CMOS sensor with twenty-four point two resolution, a 1.5 times focal-length multiplier, an improved Auto-focus system in the form of the multi-CAM 3500DX II 51 point system with sensitivity of between -3 and -19EV, NFC capabilities, shutter durability of up to 150, 000 cycles, wireless flash and improved battery life to sufficiently captured approximately 1, 100 shots. The magnesium alloy coated D7200 camera ensures longevity of the new equipment. It is also able to capture shots continuously at approximately 6 frames per second and is equipped with shutter speed capabilities exceeding 1/8000 per second, slot to accommodate two SDXC memory cards and a three point two inch LCD display. The display is designed to include 921, 600 dots of resolution and metering sensor. Optical coverage for the D7200 camera is 100%; with the viewfinder offering magnification of 0.94 x 0.63. This aim of this manual is provide users with the pertinent information on setting up and maximizing the features offered by the device. It will identify and elaborate on each feature; effectively expanding the wealth of knowledge that will be available to the D7200 user. History of Nikon Corporation Nikon Corporation is a multinational corporation established in July of 1917 in Tokyo, Japan. The current headquarters for this renowned entity is located Shinagawa in Tokyo, Japan and is believed, as at March 2011, to have approximately 25, 000 members of staff in its global employ. The corporation, when first established, was a combination of three of Japanas leading optical manufactures. It was first known as Nippon Kogyo Kabushiki gaisha or Japan Optical Industries Corporation. Name changes followed in 1946 to Nikon and later to the Nikon Corporation in 1988, after the creation and release of its small-sized cameras. Intending to dominate the market from its foundation, the corporation initiated the engineering of optical glass in 1918, marketed its MIKRON 4x and 6x binoculars in 1921 and its JOICO microscope shortly thereafter in 1925. The JOICO was the first ever developed telescope by Nikon and bears the name of the companyas first initials. In 1932, the brand name NIKKOR was adopted for the cameras lenses being designed and released globally. The development of cameras followed shortly thereafter with the release of its first small-sized camera; named the Nikon Model 1 in 1948. The company continued its growth; being listed on the Tokyo and Osaka stock exchanges in 1949 and being lauded by the New York Times for its impressive Nikon cameras and NIKKOR lenses in 1950. This global introduction later resulted in the establishment of a NIKKOR club in 152 and the Nikon Optical Co. Inc.; now using the named Nippon Kogaku (U.S.A) Inc. in the United States in 1953. Nikon divisions were later established in Switzerland, the Netherlands, Canada, China, Poland, Thailand, Dubai, Brazil and the United Kingdom; extending the reach of this innovative company. Since its inception, almost a century ago, Nikon continues to revolutionize the field and is now responsible for the production of imaging and optical products globally.This aim of this manual is provide users with the pertinent information on setting up and maximizing the features offered by the device.
|Title||:||Nikon D7200: The Complete Guide|
|Publisher||:||Conceptual Kings - 2015-06-24|