Grab your Nikon D7100 Digital SLR camera and hit the park, trail, or city for some cool shots. This classy camera boasts a 24.1 MP DX-format image sensor, which means that you should be able to achieve an incredible level of detail with each photo. The image sensor that comes equipped with this body is a full-frame CMOS sensor. As a bonus, the digital SLR camera can shoot up to six frames per second, taking up to a hundred continuous shots. This means that if you're rushing to capture a moment, you have the luxury of snatching as many shots as possible. The Nikon D7100 camera also shoots 1080p video with a full-time autofocus to keep everything clear and an onboard mic to record audio.The autofocus settings found on the camera include contrast detect, continuous, live view, face detection, single, tracking, and more. With a standard USB 2.0 port, all of your pictures can be transferred from the D7100 to your computer or phone in an instant. No matter the quality of lighting in the scene you're shooting, the massive ISO range will allow you to adjust the camera to the perfect setting. The standard ISO range extends from 100 to 6,400 while the expanded range goes up to 25,600. As for memory card types, the Nikon D7100 digital camera accepts SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory types. There are two flash memory card slots available, allowing for more space to hold your pictures. The camera body for this digital SLR comes in a sleek black coloring. If you tend to travel a lot, this Nikon digital camera can be taken anywhere you go thanks to weather-resistance and dust-resistance features. One of the more useful features found on this digital SLR is the inclusion of HDR, or high dynamic resolution. When capturing photos with this setting turned on, colors become more vibrant. You can manipulate these colors even further with the white balance setting. If you are just starting out in photography, the camera is designed so that you will be able to readily use the most basic features. Advanced photographers will find that these cameras open up with a bevy of exciting manual features and settings to tinker with.