Nikon D7200 Sensor Review and Test Results

DxOMark published their sensor review and test results for the Nikon D7200 digital SLR camera which is currently body only priced for $1,196,95 at Amazon.

Nikon D7200 sensor review shows the camera scored a point of 87 and ranks in 20th place for all sensors in the database and in first place for APS-C sensors.

According to DxOMark, the D7200’s Dynamic Range performance is outstanding, where its Landscape sub-score of 14.6 EVs not only ranks first for all APS-C sensors, but also second for ALL sensors in the database, just behind the full-frame Nikon D810 with 14.8 EVs.


Nikon D7200 is the Best APS-C camera ever tested on DxOMark

Here are the top 10 best APS-S cameras tested at DxOMark


From DxOMark conclusion :

With a Portrait Color Depth score of 24.5 bits, the D7200 also sits on top of the table for APS-C color. The result isn’t quite as impressive as its Dynamic Range, however, with comparable results from the Sony A77 II, and the Nikon D3300 & D7100 only a little behind for color. The one area in which the D7200’s sensor performance falls down a little is ISO, however, where its score of 1333 ISO ranks behind the D5500, the D3300 and the D5300, and the two Sony cameras, putting it in sixth place overall in the APS-C rankings, although there’s really not very significant.

The Nikon D7200 comes with with several improvements over its predecessor including better low-light AF system and increased buffer depth. See the D7200 vs D7100 comparison.

It has built-in Wi-Fi with NFC and an improved 100-shot buffer depth when shooting JPEGs at 6 fps (18 shot 14-bit or 27 shot 12-bit Raw files). See the official announcementsample images.

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

  • solidgoldstan .

    Is that the same DXO who haven’t changed the way they test sensors for years, even though technology has advanced.Also they have ((DXO)been known to adjust sensor ratings in favour of Nikon for years. is one example just scroll down to the MTF results and see.I would never trust DXO to give me the time never mind a sensor score.Also i am a Nikon user so i have no bias towards DXO claims.