Some leaks indicate that Nikon will release the D7200, the successor for the D7100 DSLR camera. However, a lot of people assumed that the Nikon D7200 could be announced during the CP+ Camera and Photo Imaging Show in Japan. The exhibition is already running and will end on February 15, that means the D7200 could be still announced during the show, but apart from the leaked D7200 certificate, there were not much other leaks, so that it is still questionable if Nikon will really announce the D7200 during the exhibition in Japan. Apart from the announcement rumors, there was also speculation about the D7200 specs. We can just speculate about both and wait.
You can find several forums and other sources where people discuss and speculate about the Nikon D7200 announcement and release date, and many do now think that the D7200 could be announced some weeks after the CP+ show in Japan.
To spur on the speculation, it might be worth to mention that the Nikon D7100 was announced on February 20, 2013. If Nikon doesn’t announce the D7200 during the CP+ in Japan, we could speculate that they announce the D7200 on the same date as they announced the D7100 back then. Will the Nikon D7200 be announced this February 20? If so, that would mean five days after the CP+ exhibition.
Whenever they will announce the camera officially, at the moment I do wait for the D7200 announcement as I initially saved money for the D7100, but I hold it back and wait some time now. What do you think? Will the Nikon D7100 be announced this February or not? Are you interested in the D7200?
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Curious if you have looked at or compared the 7100/7200 to the Fuji X-T1. I’ve previously owned both the Nikon D7000 and D600 and switched to the X-T1. Loved it for the reduced size, and awesome viewfinder.
I saw reviews of the Fuji X-T1 and have read about the specs too. But I was still planning to get the D7100, if there wouldn’t be D7200 rumors. I think mainly because there are maybe more lenses, but also because I know someone with a Nikon camera, so that it is easier to borrow lenses later. But I do think the Fuji X-T1 is very interesting, yes.