Compare Prices of Nikon D7200 18-140mm

Cheapest Nikon D7200 18-140mm Price in Philippines is ₱ 47,000.00

The Nikon D7200 18-140mm is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Nikon D7200 18-140mm price in Philippines is ₱ 47,000.00 from Lazada. You can also choose between different Nikon D7200 18-140mm variants with Body Only starting from ₱ 39,175.00 and 18-140mm at ₱ 47,000.00. Nikon D7200 18-140mm price details are updated October 2018.

Nikon D7200 18-140mm Price Guide

Price List by Country for Nikon D7200 18-140mm

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 7,566.00 ₱ 46,073.00
Indonesia IDR 13.200.000 ₱ 40,196.00
Malaysia MYR 3,790.00 ₱ 46,333.00
Philippines PHP 47,000.00 ₱ 47,000.00
Singapore SGD 1,250.00 ₱ 47,002.00
Vietnam VND 23.680.000 ₱ 65,617.00

Nikon D7200 18-140mm Price in Philippines by Variants

Variants Price Store
Nikon D7200 18-105mm ₱ 51,700.00 Lazada
Nikon D7200 18-140mm ₱ 47,000.00 Lazada
Nikon D7200 Body Only ₱ 39,175.00 Personal Digital

Nikon D7200 18-140mm Specs

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 24.2MP
Sensor
Sensor Size 23.5 x 15.6mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Display
Screen Size 3.2"
Viewfinder Optical
Touchscreen No
Tiltable No
Swivel No
Off Mode Yes
Anti Smudge Coating No
Anti Scratch No
Live View Yes
Hinged No
Packaging Content
Camera Version Lens Kit
Video
Video Resolution Full HD
Image
ISO Minimum 100
ISO Maximum 25600
ISO Auto Yes
White Balance Yes
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 6fps
Connectivity
Wi-Fi Yes
USB Yes
HDMI Yes
Bluetooth No
NFC Yes
Shutter
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/8000s
Colour
Colour Black
Physical
Dimensions (W x H x D) 136 x 107 x 76mm
Weight 765g
Optics & Focus
Number of Focus Points 51
Manual Focus Yes
Lens Mount F
Launch
Release Year 2015

Reviews of Nikon D7200 18-140mm

consumersearch.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-25
Check it out on Amazon Nikon D7200 Nikon D7200 DX-format DSLR Body (Black) 151 Customer Reviews $996.95 Buy For $996.95...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-02
Last updated: June 2, 2017These days, many (if not most) consumers are likely to shop based on price and capability, rather than according to whether a certain model contains a mirror, or not. We think this is a good thing; With all the increased competit...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-10
These days, many (if not most) consumers are likely to shop based on price and capability, rather than according to whether a certain model contains a mirror, or not. We think this is a good thing; with all the increased competition, cameras are improving...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-16
These days, many (if not most) consumers are likely to shop based on price and capability, rather than according to whether a certain model contains a mirror, or not. We think this is a good thing; with all the increased competition, cameras are improving...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-27
Great photo quality, solid performance and a sturdy body are the Nikon D7200's highlights
Subpar wireless implementation and a fixed LCD display
The Nikon D7200 makes the 2-year-old D7100 look like a terrific deal. With only minor improvements over its predecessor, the D7200 remains a great camera, but given the D7100's lower price, the D7200 is a tough sell unless you're a night owl or long burst...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-17
In late 2015, many (if not most) consumers are likely to shop based on price and capability, rather than according to whether a certain model contains a mirror, or not. We think this is a good thing; with all the increased competition, cameras are improvi...
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photographybay.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-12
The Nikon D7200 is the current king of the DX-format hill. It serves as an update to the D7100, which was a great camera. In short, you've got more of the same here with the D7200.The D7200 keeps a good thing going with a 24.2MP APS-C format sensor and fu...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-11
The Nikon D7200 is the new flagship of Nikon's DX camera line (APS-C-sized sensor). The camera offers 24MP resolution, has a very fast and reliable AF system, and showed an excellent overall performance in our tests. The Nikon D7200 will seem quite fami...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-01
High image quality, relatively fast continuous shooting, well-suppressed noise at high ISO, weather-sealed body, dual command dials.
Limited manual exposure control for video capture, shallow handgrip, LCD doesn't tilt or rotate
The D7200 is a strong DSLR candidate for advanced amateur photographers looking to step up their games. An impressive upgrade from the D7100, the Nikon D7200 boasts a number of improvements, including Wi-Fi, a 30 percent faster processor and improved auto...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-12
51-point autofocus system. Dual SD card slots. Pentaprism viewfinder. Excellent control scheme. 1.3x crop mode available. Quick to turn on. Optional battery grip available. Crisp rear LCD. Sensor design omits optical low-pass filter. Very strong high ISO...
6fps burst rate is slowest in class. Tops out at 5fps with limited buffer when shooting in Raw. Omits PC sync socket
It's been a couple of years since the Nikon D7100 wowed us with its image quality and performance. Its successor, the D7200 ($1,199.95, body only), offers modest upgrades, including a larger shooting buffer and built-in Wi-Fi, but despite these improvemen...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-03
Best-yet APS-C image quality: good JPEGs and extensive Raw dynamic range, Class-leading low-light performance, Impressive AF subject tracking performance through the viewfinder, All AF points continue to work down to -3EV, Wide AF area with dense 51-point...
No control of aperture in movie or live view modes, Lack of peripheral cross-type AF points, 6fps Raw only available in 12-bit, which sacrifices some dynamic range, No representation of exposure in live view, Movie autofocus is too fast and jumpy, Live vi...
Review based on production Nikon D7200One of our favorite DSLRs in the past few years is the Nikon D7100, which was introduced way back in February 2013. The D7200 isn't a radical upgrade by any means, yet it still adds some important features, most notab...
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photographyblog.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-13
Nikon's new D7200 is aimed at enthusiast photographers, and sits in the middle of the company's line-up. It features a 24.2 million pixel APS-C sized (DX format) CMOS sensor. Arguably it's Nikon's best offering for enthusiasts as Nikon has yet to replace ...
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dxomark.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-10
Nikon's latest flagship DX-format DSLR, the D7200, features a 24.2Mp APS-C image sensor and weather-resistant shell, as well as an improved autofocus and image buffer capabilities. Using the same or similar APS-C sensor previously tested in their D3300 en...
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Kenrockwell.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-10
The Nikon D7200 is Nikon's best DX camera, replacing the old D7100, which replaced the older D7000 from 2010.Honestly, all of these three cameras are pretty much the same and all are fantastic, and the older models sell for less: the D7000 sells new for l...
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cameralabs.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-02
Externally the D7200 is essentially identical to the D7100 before it. So you get a weather-sealed, magnesium alloy body with an optical viewfinder boasting 100% coverage, 3.2in / 1229k dot screen, 6fps burst shooting (boostable to 7fps in 1.3x crop mode),...
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Neocamera.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-01
Superb control over image nose, Good coloraccuracy after tweaking, Stellar dynamic range, Ultrasensitive AF, Nearly instant blackout, Exceptionally fast and responsive, Manual focus assist direction indicator, Excellent build quality, Nikon D7100, Nikon D...
Frequent and severe overexposure, AWB not perfect under artificial light, Bizarre Auto ISO, Indistinct ISO button, Very poor liveview, NoiseReduction forced at ISO 800, Lens correction slow down camera, Level difficult to see
The Nikon D7200 is the new flagship APS-C DSLR from Nikon, following the D7100 introduced just 2 years earlier. While the D7100 remains a capable camera today, the D7200 introduces a revised 24 megapixels CMOS sensor and more-sensitive 51-point AF system,...
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imaging-resource.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-01
The Nikon D7200 is also the company's first DSLR with both Wi-Fi wireless networking and Near-Field Communications support for easy pairing with Android devices, removing the need to rely on clumsy external solutions or Wi-Fi capable SD cards. And there h...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-01-28
Great photo quality, solid performance and a sturdy body are the Nikon D7200's highlights
Subpar wireless implementation and a fixed LCD display
The Nikon D7200 makes the 2-year-old D7100 look like a terrific deal. With only minor improvements over its predecessor, the D7200 remains a great camera, but given the D7100's lower price, the D7200 is a tough sell unless you're a night owl or long burst...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-12-02
Beautiful, detailed images, Peerless control layout, Excellent autofocus
Mediocre Wi-Fi implementation, 12-bit RAW in bursts, Mediocre live-view autofocus
There's a sweet spot when you're buying a camera, where you get amazing image quality and an excellent feature-set without having to splash out maximum cash on a top of the line, chunky pro-grade digital SLR, lenses and accessories. Nikon's D7200 is just...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-10-09
If you know someone who makes their living taking photos, there's a 99 percent chance they shoot on either Canon or Nikon gear. And there's a reason for that: their higher end cameras and lenses are superbly built, reliable and perform brilliantly. Howe...
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