Nikon D7100 Hands-on Preview: Digital Photography Review
I can't help being fascinated, impressed etc. The new D7100 that will probably sooner or later replace my D300 is so packed with features that it makes me wonder why other cameras are needed at all. Admittedly, the D800 offers a tiny bit more resolution, the D4 does everything a bit better (at 5 times the price and twice the weight) and the D5200 packs the same number of pixels in an even smaller package. Still, except for the lack of an articulated LCD, I can't see a single photographic application that cannot be done at to at least 90% perfection with this little wonder.
I will still use m4/3 for many things (size and quality of lenses, better, more functional video). But the D7100 is destined to become a winner, and I question seriously if I will ever take the step up to 35mm digital. It would be nice, but not really necessary.