Nikon has officially announced the D7200 DSLR camera, which replaces the D7100 with several improvements including better low-light AF system and increased buffer depth back in March, 2015.
Here is a quick buffer capacity comparison of the previous high-end DX-format Nikon DSLRs.
You can find the continuous shooting speed info as well as the 12-bit and 14-bit raw image counts to fill the buffer with how many fine Jpeg shoots.
Nikon D7200 Buffer Capacity Comparison
Nikon D7200 replaces the D7100 and provides a slightly improved 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter. Weather sealed magnesium alloy body also comes with improved battery life of 1100 shots per charge.
|Nikon D7000 (16.2 MP)||6||11||10||31|
|Nikon D7100 (24.1 MP)||6||7||6||33|
|Nikon D7200 (24.2 MP)||6||27||18||100|
|Nikon D300 (12.3 MP)||6||21||18||43|
|Nikon D300S (12.3 MP)||7||18||30||44|
Nikon D7200 powered by an EXPEED 4 image processor and comes with next-generation 51-point AF module with increased low-light sensitivity, built-in Wi-Fi with NFC and an improved 100-shot buffer depth when shooting JPEGs at 6 fps (18 14-bit or 27 12-bit Raw files).
Nikon D7200 DSLR Camera Price and Availability
The Nikon D7200 is available from the camera stores below.
|Buy Nikon D7200 DSLR camera|
|Nikon D7200 Body Only||$1,196.95||Amazon | Adorama|
|Nikon D7200 with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR||$1,696.95||Amazon | Adorama