Just got the new Nikon D7100 Digital SLR camera. Did a few test shots Thursday at Garvin Woodland Gardens here in Hot Springs, AR. Discovered something I should have anticipated but forgot when I tried to import my photos into Lightroom. Every new camera has a new variation on camera RAW. Therefore, I can't import my RAW (I always shoot RAW to preserve maximum photo data) into Lightroom or Photoshop! I've saved my RAW files to disk so I'll have them when Adobe updates Camera RAW to read this new file format. Until then, I have to use the ViewNX 2 software that came with the camera and convert to TIFF for importing into Lightroom and Photoshop. This means that, for now, I can't fine tune things as well as if I were importing RAW files. But the results are promising. Must improve the skills of the photographer as the first task.
Here's a look at some things that were quickly run through Lightroom and Photoshop using the TIFF files.
The D7100 also does good video.
Blogger's video quality isn't so great. Go to:
on Youtube and choose one of the HD options for a better idea of how the D7100 performs.