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See page 240 of the user manual, it can be downloaded here:
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/18247/~/users-manual---nikon-d7100
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How do I use depth of field??

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Depth of field is defined as "the zone of acceptable sharpness in front of and behind the subject on which the lens is focused." Simply put: how sharp or blurry is the area behind your subject. The lower the f/stop—the larger the opening in the lens—the less depth of field—the blurrier the background. You’ll want to shoot with the lens wide open, so you’ll want to use a shooting mode of Aperture Priority or Manual. Manual gives you the ability to choose both your aperture and shutter speed, whereas Aperture Priority allows you to choose the f/stop while the camera chooses the appropriate shutter speed for the exposure. You could also use the Flexible Program mode, choosing the widest possible aperture/shutter speed combination. To increase the likelihood of visible depth of field in your photographs, increase the distance between your subject and the background. You can do this by decreasing the distance between the camera and subject. The more shallow the depth-of-field, or further the background is, the more out-of-focus it will be.
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Right Lenses for D7100

What would be the best lens for D7100 for wedding photograpy and what would be the best lens for senior pictures?
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Zoom lenses are ideal when you do not know in advance the situation you will be shooting in i.e. when you are photographing a variety of subjects such as landscapes and portraits and you just want one lens for both situations. Prime lenses tend to be more compact and light weight. They are designed for a specific purposes and so contain fewer lens elements in them, this makes them lighter than zoom lenses that cover a wider range of possibilities and have more complex lens groups as a consequence. Prime lenses also tend to have a larger maximum aperture (f1.4 to f2.8). This is an advantage when shooting in low light conditions as it will increase the possibility of hand holding the camera and freezing the subject without shake or blur caused by long exposures. Photographing using prime lenses with large aperture lenses also means you can get a shallow depth of field, this is useful for portraiture where the background can be thrown out of focus to concentrate the viewer's attention on the subject. Large apertures on prime lenses also provide more light through the lens which makes the subject clearer to see when focusing through the viewfinder, so can help ensure sharp images. Standard lenses are popular as they are closest to the angle of view we see as humans. These lenses have minimal distortion, which can be flattering to the subject. These lenses tend to use large apertures and allow a lot of light to enter the lens which makes them fast to use in low light conditions. The large apertures (f1.4 – f2.8) also produce a pleasing out of focus effect to the background which focuses the attention of the viewer on the subject. Standard lenses are the popular choice for a wide range of photography including portraiture and low light situations where the photographer can not use a flash or is looking to capture the scene with available light.
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what is the country of origin where d7100 is manufactured? Japan or Thailand?

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Focusing Issue No 51 points shown tried for last 2 days with different settings from Youtube Videos

I am trying to Focus using D7100 from last 2 days spend so many hours but not able to Focus

Tried almost everything from youtube videos

not focusing even in Auto Mode

not showing AF three different modes

never saw 51 points focus points and just one box comes that to does not focus at all, all pictures are blur
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My D7100 has the same issue and only 1 out of 10 pic's is even close to be focused. Opened a case with Nikon Support. Back to my D90 for now.
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intial format of memory card in d7100

I am following the direction in the users manual and can not complete the formatting of the memory cards. I have checked that the write lock is off. I get the flashing FOR but it will not format. What do I need to do?
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Press trash can button and metering button, "FOR" flashes, press trash can and metering button again, card should be formatted.(metering button is on top right of camera next to record button). Make sure you are using an approved memory card it is inserted properly. If you still can't get it to format call Nikon service and support. In the US it is 800-NIKON-US. If you are not in the US log onto Nikon.com and find your country.
Approved memory card list:
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/18248/~/approved-memory-cards---d7100
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What battery charger comes with the D7100? Also will it automatically charge the EN EL 15 while in the MB-15 battery case if left attached to the ca

just bought the camera. Haven't received it yet.
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MH-25 charger, battery must be removed from grip to charge . The battery is removable from the grip without taking the grip off the camera, However, in order to charge the battery in focus camera the grip must be removed.
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Does this camera do well in low light?

I am a portrait photographer but I am having problems with low lit rooms. Does this camera do well in low lit rooms and situations? Also, how high does the ISO go before the picture quality starts becoming a problem?
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The D7100 brings a thrilling new level of image quality, speed, connectivity and creative capabilities—a specially designed 24.1-megapixel DX-format image sensor, superior low-light performance, ultra-precise autofocus and metering, advanced video recording features, built-in HDR, mobile connectivity and much, much more. sharpest images can be taken when using D7100's DX-format CMOS sensor. The D7100 has a fantastic ISO performance at both ends of the spectrum—down to ISO 100 and up to ISO 6400.
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how do I turn the flash off

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If the D7100's built-in flash is up, you can gently push to lower the flash until it clicks shut. When shooting in Auto mode, the built-in flash will continue to pop unless the camera is in another exposure mode such as P,S,A,or M. These will allow you to manually pop the built-in flash.
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camera do not come on

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http://www.nikon.com/network/index.htm
Lookup your region and contact service and support.
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on my D90 I shoot a 20 minute video, on the D7100 what is the length of time to shoot a video

The reason I ask that question ,because I don't want to buy a video camera to shoot longer videos.
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With the D7100, Individual movies can be up to 29 minutes and 59 seconds (1920 × 1080/30p) in length or 4 GB in size.
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What is the fastest SD card the D7100 can effectively make use of

I am looking forward to upgrading from the D7000 to the D7100. One issue with the D7000 is filling the buffer and waiting for the RAW photos to be transferred to the SD card. I would like to purchase SD cards that minimize the transfer time but I do not want to pay for speed in the card that the processor in the D7100 will not utilize when transferring photos. The manual for the D7000 says a class 6 card is needed as a minimum for continuous video. But I cannot find anywhere a card class or speed for fastest possible transfer of still photos to the card. Thank you..
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the cameras limit is 99. the best card is 95. therefor, the card is the limiting factor. I found a caution about using uhs II cards, they will work, but may actually slow things down.
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I just bought the SanDisk Extreme Pro 95 mb/s and they are perfect!!
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The San Disk Extreme Pro has a write speed of 95 mb/s. I am using this in my new D7100 and it is
FANTASTIC. I will not elaborate further as someone else already provided excellent information. I just wanted to support their comments.
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I am now using a SanDisk Extreme Pro and yes it does make a significant difference.
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The D7100 can write at 99MB/s. I only managed to find one SD card (backed with read & write speed specs) that can come close to matching the D7100's write speed. The SanDisk Extreme Pro can support a write speed of 95 MB/s. Other makes that list fast speeds are only listing their read speeds; their write speeds are actually lower. They all read about the same speed.

Edit: There is a new SD card spec that was just recently released - UHS-II which supports a write speed of 250 MB/s. The D7100 is UHS-I compliant.
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OK, must be UHS-1. But will the transfer time decrease with a 95MB/s SD card vs. a 45MB/s card? In other words, what is the limiting factor here, card or camera?
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One caveat to JoeR's answer, there are some UHS-1 cards that go only up to 45mb/s vs others that go as high as 95mb/s so make sure you know what you're getting.
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UHS-1
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Nikon D7100 choppy video.

Hello gentleman,

I just recorded a video with my D7100, but after trying all the movie settings and recommended shutter, iso and aperture settings for 24p, 30p and 60i the video is very choppy, stutters. The iso settings I use is 100 or 200 the most, for 24p the shutter speed I use is 1/50, for 30p 1/60 and for 60i 120. Any advise please?

Thanks in advance.
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Please contact Nikon Technical Support for help with this question. For information on how to contact Nikon please visit http://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans....
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Focusing issue or not?

I recently purchased the d7100 and also have the d7000. With the d7100 when I press the button 1/2 way to have those points appear, only one does. I do not have the focus locked, I've tried it in AF-A, AF-S & AF-C with the same results. I have the settings the same as the d7000 and the focus points light up in the 7000. The other odd thing is there is only 1 point that is highlighted and the point moves, it started in the center, the next day it was weighted to the right and today to the left of center. I did not change that either. Once I had nine points light briefly. Although the pictures that I have taken have been great quality, I'm wondering if this is normal or a defect. Most concerned with large groups, not knowing if it is reading all depths and objects. If there is a way to change it, would someone please help since the manual has been gone over and over, settings changed, and adjustments made all with the same results. Thank you!
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Please read pages 73-75 of the users manual. It can be downloaded here:
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/18247
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How many accuations does the used 7100 have?

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The D7100 has been tested to 150,000 cycles. For more information on this data please see https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an....
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Does anyone know what the difference is between the D7100 and the D7100A? Adorama sells both, with the D7100 offering 4% cash back.

They also show MFR: 1513 A vs. MFR: 1513.
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Nikon does not have a D7100 with an "A" designation. Please contact Adorama for information regarding what the "A" represents.
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Please explain menu option e4 on the D7100. What does each setting mean? I need more info than the manual gives.

I am using a 910 flash with the D7100; sometimes on the camera and sometimes in commander/slave mode. I would like to be able to darken the background (negative exp. comp.) while having the subject normally lit. Is this possible without shooting totally manual? What does each option in e4 do? Should i adjust flash exposure compensation on the 910 menu or on the camera flash compensation?If If I adjust both is it additive?
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E4 in the D7100 is Exposure Compensation For Flash which allows you to choose how the camera adjusts flash level when exposure compensation is used. Within the E4 setting, there are two adjustment called entire frame and background only. With entire frame, both flash level and exposure compensation are adjusted to modify exposure over the entire frame while background only applies exposure compensation applies the background. In order to darken the background the exposure compensation on the flash would need to be lowered therefore weakening the flash output. To do this, shooting does not have to be in manual. If both are adjusted then the outcome would be additive.

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what is the warrenty on a refurbished d7100

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Refurbished products have a 90 day warranty
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EXIF Info on Video?

Hi gang!
Please excuse my ignorance, but how can I set the d7100 to record/display the EXIF data on videos? It would be useful to have the focal length and f stop stored.
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When recording video, the EXIF data is not recorded. When viewing videos in plaback the data that is recorded would be the type of lens being used.
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Does this camera need a film protector for the large view finder?

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No, a protector isn't needed for the D7100's high-resolution LCD monitor since scratch- and shock-resistant, reinforced glass is employed for the monitor surface. Nikon does not manufacturer an LCD cover for the D7100.
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