In addition to a body-only version, Nikon will offer the D7200 in a kit with the 18-140mm f3.5-5.6 lens.
The user interface has been updated to look more like the company's other recent cameras.
D7100 users should be immediately familiar with the top controls, which haven't changed.
Wi-Fi support -- and the Wi-Fi logo -- is one of the notable updates from the D7100. The rest of this side is identical.
This is where you tap your phone to initiate a connection between the camera and your device.
Like the D7100, the D7200 has headphone and mic jacks and the usual HDMI, remote and USB ports.
The D7200 uses the same battery as the D7100, but Nikon has managed to eke out about 150 more shots from it.
The camera retains the user-mappable buttons between the grip and the lens.
Two slots is one of the nice features available when you step up to this class of camera.