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Nikon D7100 Price and Specs Philippines

Frankly, the Nikon D7100 is a no-joke DSLR that has a 24.1MP APS-C sensor, dual card slots, 3.2-inch LCD, and can take and produce great images in terms of quality. Check out all the awesome offers that we have below or you could click here first to read more about the Nikon D7100.

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Frankly, the Nikon D7100 is a no-joke DSLR that has a 24.1MP APS-C sensor, dual card slots, 3.2-inch LCD, and can take and produce great images in terms of quality. Check out all the awesome offers that we have below or you could click here first to read more about the Nikon D7100.

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Lowest price for the Nikon D7100 in the Philippines is ₱ 41,599.00

You can buy the Nikon D7100 at the lowest price of ₱ 41,599.00 from Takatack which is 40% cheaper than the Nikon D7100 that is sold by Galleon at the price of ₱ 68,827.00, you can also buy it from Lazada and Galleon.
Alternatively, the Nikon D7100 is also sold in Indonesia at Lazada with the price of ₱ 37,028.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of ₱ 38,269.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of ₱ 39,140.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of ₱ 27,989.00 and Vietnam at AliExpress with the price of ₱ 17,899.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 13 July 2018, 17:49.

Price List by Country for Nikon D7100

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 9.873.000 PHP 37,028.00
Malaysia MYR 2,890.00 PHP 38,269.00
Philippines PHP 41,599.00 PHP 41,599.00
Singapore SGD 998.90 PHP 39,140.00
Thailand THB 17,417 PHP 27,989.00
Vietnam VND 7.692.000 PHP 17,899.00

Specs of Nikon D7100

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 24MP
Sensor
Sensor Size 23.5 x 15.6mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Display
Screen Size 3.2"
Tiltable
Touchscreen
Anti Smudge Coating
Swivel
Off Mode
Hinged
Anti Scratch
Live View
Viewfinder Optical
Video
Video Resolution Full HD
Image
ISO Minimum 100
ISO Maximum 25600
ISO Auto
White Balance
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 6fps
Connectivity
Wi-Fi
NFC
Bluetooth
HDMI
USB
Optics & Focus
Lens Mount F
Manual Focus
Physical
Weight 765g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 136 x 107 x 76mm
Shutter
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/8000s
Launch
Release Year 2013
Colour
Colour Black

Nikon D7100 Philippines: The Mr. Fantastic in Flagship DSLRs

Marketed as a prominent upgrade from the Nikon D7000, the Nikon D7100 features a new sensor, an updated AF system, and a better build quality to promote handling comfort. The body of the D7100 is composed of magnesium alloy and is weather-sealed—concurring to the fact that it is a well-designed camera with fluid shooting designs. The dials and buttons on the D7100 are also well-placed and ergonomic. For example, you can find that the mode dial sits nicely on the left shoulder with a small center button to help prevent any accidental mode changes. You will get the usual manual, semi-manual, and automatic modes, a special-effects mode (that comes with an assortment of selections to choose from), and 2 user settings slots that you can store your customized profiles in. Over on the right shoulder, you will see the status display, metering mode, and exposure compensation buttons as well as a tiny movie record button.

For single-shot photography in bright light, the D7100 wins its value of a premium DSLR for low-light self-adjust and constant shooting. It conveys a phenomenal 6.3 frames per second for an effectively boundless number of most noteworthy quality JPEGs (furnished with a 95MBps SD card, in any event). Equipped with a powerful Expeed 3 image-processing engine that enables you to capture stills in a quick and easy fashion, the D7100 is a formidable build. It can be powered on and shoot pictures in just under 0.3 seconds (0.8 seconds if flash is enabled). With the Nikon D7100, you can capture videos without the hassle of getting rid of the annoying pulsing that appears when you focus on a stationary subject, thanks to the improved contrast in Live View.

Should You Own It?

Consider the Nikon D7100 as a DSLR of choice if you want a camera that can be switched on and capture stills in an instant. Though there are other cameras with better quality photo-taking capabilities, the D7100 compensates itself with its fast-shooting features, well-designed build, and comfort.

Reviews of Nikon D7100

hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2013-02-21
While 2012 was the year of the full-frame cameras , Nikon has kick-started its 2013 DSLR releases with a DX-format camera. The D7100 is its latest DX-format camera that comes with features that befit a high-end model. While the D7000 was sandwiched firmly...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2018-05-05
Every year member magazines from the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) gather to consider and vote on the top products of the year in 40 categories, ranging from cameras to tripods to software and printers. This year's selections represent technolo...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-27
In the past, we’ve included both mirrorless and DSLR cameras in our enthusiast interchangeable lens camera roundup...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-27
In the past, we’ve included both mirrorless and DSLR cameras in our enthusiast interchangeable lens camera roundup...
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technologyx.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-30
Today Technology X is taking a look at the Nikon D7100 18-105 VR Kit, which features the Nikon D7100 DSLR camera body and a AF-S DX Nikkor 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Lens … now that's a mouthful!We're taking a look at the D7100 and 18-105mm lens from a use...
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technologyx.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-30
Today Technology X is taking a look at the Nikon D7100 18-105 VR Kit, which features the Nikon D7100 DSLR camera body and a AF-S DX Nikkor 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Lens … now that's a mouthful!We're taking a look at the D7100 and 18-105mm lens from a use...
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layersmagazine.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-14
Image & build quality; ergonomics; dust & moisture resistant
Buffer; noise at high ISOs; Live View performance Share & EnjoyTweet Author: Chris Main
Great DSLR for the Discerning Photographer The D7100 is Nikon’s flagship camera in its DX-format DSLR lineup. The specially designed CMOS sensor comes in at a whopping 24.1 MP, which generates 6000×4000-pixel images that will take up between 25 to 30 ...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-22
The photography enthusiast has never had such a wide choice of great cameras to choose from - with the advent of mirrorless cameras swelling the ranks of highly capable cameras available for around $1,200. Although there's not always a difference in image...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-22
The Pentax K-3 is the company's latest range-topping DSLR, which means another robustly constructed, well-proportioned camera built with photographers in mind. The 24MP K-3 does without an anti-aliasing filter, instead offering the unique option of shifti...
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digital-photography-school.com
Reviewed on 2013-09-01
An attractive camera, aimed at the enthusiast, the Nikon D7100 follows on from the well-regarded D7000 which, I noted in my DPS review at the time, was described as a ‘professional-standard’ camera, not a professional one!The company has bumped up the ...
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videomaker.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-02
Excellent image quality, Great build, buttons well placed, Stereo microphone port, Audio monitoring, Broad dynamic range
No aperture adjustment in Live Mode, No zebra patterns
Nikon's new flagship DSLR , the 24.1MP D7100, features 1920x1080 full HD capture, improved image quality and sharpness over its predecessors, and audio monitoring options which will most certainly heighten its appeal among those interested in its video pr...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-27
Superb, sharp stills, Extremely fast and accurate focusing, Advanced photographers will love it
Poor placement of video button, Movie capture still cumbersome, Beware of noise in 1.3x mode
Nikon has updated one of our favorite enthusiast DSLRs and – fortunately – did not mess up a good thing. The heavy, bulky 24.1-megapixel APS-C camera is a welcome addition to a crowded field. Now we'll describe how it stands out from the pack – and where ...
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imaging-resource.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-26
Excellent build quality, feels like a professional model DSLR, though slightly smaller than others in its class, Comfortable grip provides secure fit in hand, Partial weather sealing and partial metal construction, Excellent image quality with great pe......
Slight tendency to overexpose photos, Buffer fills very quickly when shooting 14-bit RAW images, which limits high speed shooting, Almost flush OVF eyepiece and awkward placement of AE-L/AF-L button can result in photographers hitting their thumb again......
Looking at the front of the D7100, the first change you'll notice are softer, more flowing lines than in the previous camera. The handgrip has been re-profiled, and its leatherette wrap now stops short of the front control dial, while the red accent sits...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-26
Fast, 51-point autofocus system. Dual SD card slots. Large pentaprism viewfinder. Excellent control layout. Preserves details at high ISO settings. Shoots at 6fps. 1.3x crop mode available. Very fast startup. Vertical grip add-on available. Sharp rear LCD...
Limited burst shooting in Raw mode. On the heavy side. Some image noise at ISO 3200 and above. Lacks built-in GPS. No PC Sync socket
The Nikon D7100 ($1,199.95 direct, body only)$946.95 at Dell is the latest enthusiast-oriented APS-C D-SLR from Nikon. The 24-megapixel camera is a snappy performer with an excellent optical viewfinder, a great control layout, and an image sensor that hol...
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photographybay.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-06
The Nikon D7100 is the successor to the popular D7000. As such, it builds on the success of its predecessor as a high resolution prosumer camera. While the D7000 offered a 16.2MP sensor, the D7100 steps up to a 24.1MP sensor and carries on the traditio...
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steves-digicams.com
Reviewed on 2013-05-31
Quick TakeProsFast and accurate AF systemExcellent Shooting PerformanceOutstanding image qualityIncredibly sharp imagesOptical Viewfinder with approx. 100% coverageHuge, 3.2-inch LCD DisplayDual Memory Card SlotsFull 1080p HD video captureContinuous AF...
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popphoto.com
Reviewed on 2013-05-28
With higher ISOs, faster burst rates, and better resolution, this upgrade has something for everyoneWhat's Hot: Excellent image quality; dual card slots What's Not: No built-in Wi-Fi; 14-bit RAW slows burst Who It's For: Advanced Nikon shooters looking fo...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2013-04-25
The Nikon D7100 is a fast-shooting, well-designed camera that's comfortable to use
While the image quality is quite good, it's not significantly better than that of the D7100's cheaper sibling, the D5200. And the lack of aperture control in movie mode gets a facepalm
Despite some high-profile changes in the Nikon D7100, such as a new sensor, updated AF system, and better build quality, this long-overdue update to the Nikon D7000 doesn't stand out from the crowd as much as it should for the money. Where once the com...
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Kenrockwell.com
Reviewed on 2013-04-10
Let's rack-up the , and and see how they compare for sharpness, resolution and high-ISO performance. I shot my () on the D7100 and D7000. I shot the () on my D600, which gives the same angle of view. The D600 is FX, and the ...
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digitalcamerareview.com
Reviewed on 2013-04-09
Great image quality, Excellent build quality, Simple to learn if you're an experienced Nikon user, Very lightweight when used with primes, Dual SD card ports mean that you can shoot for quite a long time, Fast autofocusing when the specific point is selec...
Slower focusing performance when all of the points are selected (auto), No aperture control in video mode, Focusing points don't go to edges
The D7100 is in many ways Nikon's way of showing that APS-C DSLRs still have a place in the world despite how much the ILC market has grown. The camera boasts 24.1MP sensor, 51 point autofocus system, that can autofocus down to f8, 7fps shooting, a 3.2 in...
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