Hands-on review: Nikon D7100

CNETAnalysis: When the Nikon D7000 was announced it had the highest pixel count of any Nikon APS-C (DX) format DSLR, but by the company’s own standards a 16.2MP device looks quite dated now. So it’s no surprise that the new Nikon D7100 has a 24.1MP CMOS sensor. However, this isn’t the same sensor as we have seen in the Nikon D5200 or the Nikon D3200 – in fact it’s a completely new device that has been built to Nikon’s specification. But the surprise twist in this little tale is that there’s no low-pass (AKA anti-aliasing) filter over the sensor, so it should be capable of recording sharper detail than a comparable sensor with a filter. Unlike the Nikon D800 , which is available in two varieties – the D800 and D800E, with the only difference between the two being that the D800E doesn’t have a low-pass filter – there is only one version of the Nikon D7100. Most DSLR manufacturers use an anti-aliasing filter to reduce the risk of moir

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