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great deal on a great camera.
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Is this worth an upgrade over a D7000?
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I hate to report that this has been at this price for awhile, and it has been posted before:
https://slickdeals.net/f/13191205-refurb-nikon-d7200-24-2-dslr-camera-body-549-free-s-h
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Is this worth an upgrade over a D7000?
Yes, the only thing I'd say is you might also consider the D7500.

The D7200 is probably better for DAYLIGHT shooters, photographing landscapes and just normal slow moving stuff. But the D7500 is probably better for NIGHT LIFE shooters and INDOOR shooters, who might photograph things that move around a little bit more; as well as slightly better video. The lowlight improvement between the D7000 and the D7500 is about double the improvement of the D7200; but the D7200 actually as more resolution in daylight. The D7500 has a tilt screen that can get much better angles of viewing if using the screen in live-view, especially to shoot things that are very high or very low to the ground where its hard to keep your eye through a viewfinder... use the screen; D7200 doesn't tilt, but it is however slightly better resolution not that it really matters since both are good. Both have wi-fi.

D7000 doesn't have wifi, doesn't have tilt screen, is kinda poor in low-light, is slower to shoot and shoots much less frames per rapid fire bursts, it will only sell for a worse and worse price the longer you hold onto it but thats all things just dont expect its price to hold as no one wants it; the D7200 is still somewhat desirable on the market. The image quality of the D7500 is HUGELY better than the D7000; the image quality of the D7200 is much better as well -- the D7000 is outdated for anything non-Facebook. D7000's video sucks. If you want to do Macro photography, the D7200 is better due to resolution. If you want to do night/evening/indoor house/events shooting, the D7500 is better due to low light & video.

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Yes, the only thing I'd say is you might also consider the D7500.

The D7200 is probably better for DAYLIGHT shooters, photographing landscapes and just normal slow moving stuff. But the D7500 is probably better for NIGHT LIFE shooters and INDOOR shooters, who might photograph things that move around a little bit more; as well as slightly better video. The lowlight improvement between the D7000 and the D7500 is about double the improvement of the D7200; but the D7200 actually as more resolution in daylight. The D7500 has a tilt screen that can get much better angles of viewing if using the screen in live-view, especially to shoot things that are very high or very low to the ground where its hard to keep your eye through a viewfinder... use the screen; D7200 doesn't tilt, but it is however slightly better resolution not that it really matters since both are good. Both have wi-fi.

D7000 doesn't have wifi, doesn't have tilt screen, is kinda poor in low-light, is slower to shoot and shoots much less frames per rapid fire bursts, it will only sell for a worse and worse price the longer you hold onto it but thats all things just dont expect its price to hold as no one wants it; the D7200 is still somewhat desirable on the market. The image quality of the D7500 is HUGELY better than the D7000; the image quality of the D7200 is much better as well -- the D7000 is outdated for anything non-Facebook. D7000's video sucks. If you want to do Macro photography, the D7200 is better due to resolution. If you want to do night/evening/indoor house/events shooting, the D7500 is better due to low light & video.

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The D7200 has two other features that the D7500 does not. The D7200 has dual card slots which can give you extra storage, backup images or shoot RAW/JPEG combos, etc. (Think of it as cup holders for your camera...) Also the D7200 has a built in AF lens motor for older (cheaper and sometimes better) lenses. I went with the D7200 over the D7500 and have been very happy. Do watch your shutter count on the refurbs. My first one was over 9,500 and was a mess, the second had 58 and was mint.
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This or the Sony a6300?
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Yes, the only thing I'd say is you might also consider the D7500.

The D7200 is probably better for DAYLIGHT shooters, photographing landscapes and just normal slow moving stuff. But the D7500 is probably better for NIGHT LIFE shooters and INDOOR shooters, who might photograph things that move around a little bit more; as well as slightly better video. The lowlight improvement between the D7000 and the D7500 is about double the improvement of the D7200; but the D7200 actually as more resolution in daylight. The D7500 has a tilt screen that can get much better angles of viewing if using the screen in live-view, especially to shoot things that are very high or very low to the ground where its hard to keep your eye through a viewfinder... use the screen; D7200 doesn't tilt, but it is however slightly better resolution not that it really matters since both are good. Both have wi-fi.

D7000 doesn't have wifi, doesn't have tilt screen, is kinda poor in low-light, is slower to shoot and shoots much less frames per rapid fire bursts, it will only sell for a worse and worse price the longer you hold onto it but thats all things just dont expect its price to hold as no one wants it; the D7200 is still somewhat desirable on the market. The image quality of the D7500 is HUGELY better than the D7000; the image quality of the D7200 is much better as well -- the D7000 is outdated for anything non-Facebook. D7000's video sucks. If you want to do Macro photography, the D7200 is better due to resolution. If you want to do night/evening/indoor house/events shooting, the D7500 is better due to low light & video.

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I thought low-light photography depended more on the lens than on the camera.
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This or the Sony a6300?
Sony is mirrorless camera (meaning it's lighter and thinner), but this Nikon is DSLR.
Sony shoots 4K video, Nikon doesn't
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The D7200 has two other features that the D7500 does not. Also the D7200 has a built in AF lens motor for older (cheaper and sometimes better) lenses.
The D7500 also has the AF motor. Prior owner of the 7500 and many AF-D lenses.
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Is this worth an upgrade over a D7000?
No. Almost the same
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Yes, the only thing I'd say is you might also consider the D7500.

The D7200 is probably better for DAYLIGHT shooters, photographing landscapes and just normal slow moving stuff. But the D7500 is probably better for NIGHT LIFE shooters and INDOOR shooters, who might photograph things that move around a little bit more; as well as slightly better video. The lowlight improvement between the D7000 and the D7500 is about double the improvement of the D7200; but the D7200 actually as more resolution in daylight. The D7500 has a tilt screen that can get much better angles of viewing if using the screen in live-view, especially to shoot things that are very high or very low to the ground where its hard to keep your eye through a viewfinder... use the screen; D7200 doesn't tilt, but it is however slightly better resolution not that it really matters since both are good. Both have wi-fi.

D7000 doesn't have wifi, doesn't have tilt screen, is kinda poor in low-light, is slower to shoot and shoots much less frames per rapid fire bursts, it will only sell for a worse and worse price the longer you hold onto it but thats all things just dont expect its price to hold as no one wants it; the D7200 is still somewhat desirable on the market. The image quality of the D7500 is HUGELY better than the D7000; the image quality of the D7200 is much better as well -- the D7000 is outdated for anything non-Facebook. D7000's video sucks. If you want to do Macro photography, the D7200 is better due to resolution. If you want to do night/evening/indoor house/events shooting, the D7500 is better due to low light & video.

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Broadly I dont disagree with your assessment but there are plenty of pros that made their living off worse cameras than the d7000 and it certainly isn't relegated to facebook pics.
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BH has refurb D7500s for 599 currently.
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Is this worth an upgrade over a D7000?
Yes. Much improved
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I thought low-light photography depended more on the lens than on the camera.
The d7000 is no slouch, but the autofocus is behind in low light. I wouldnt say its terrible, it's just not as good as the new systems. Whether or not more mega pixels is worth the upgrade is debatable / dependent on your needs.

I could have kept my 6mp d6o forever, but the autofocus became painful...

Having a camera with built in wifi or bluetooth is handy....when I'm traveling I just upload pics to.my phone for facebook...then to my pc at home.for better edits.

Sony just came out with 60+ megapixels... does that mean every thing else is garbage? ;-)

Personally I couldn't decide whether or not going to a d7200 from d7000 was worth it. After much debate, I went full frame instead. D750. I may just get a smaller mirrorless for daily carry. Theres been plenty of times I wish I had gone with the d500 for wild life, but I shoot more scenery than anything else. The d7500 wasnt out yet..
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