The Nikon D7200 + Jupio Battery Grip allows you to easily photograph vertically. The grip is equipped with a shutter release button, a lighting adjustment button, a joystick, and 2 setting wheels. Use these buttons when you're making portrait photos while standing. You can put an extra EN-EL15 battery or 6 AA batteries in the grip to extend the battery life of your camera. The Nikon D7200 allows you to photograph at 7 frames per second. Thanks to the fast autofocus of the camera, you can clearly capture action. The camera is equipped with extensive video settings that allow you to make timelapse recordings with smooth lighting transitions. Thanks to the high maximum ISO values, you can make detailed photographs in low-light situations. This way, you can easily photograph the starry night's sky.
I had the Nikon D80 for the D7200. This model has crashed. What do you expect from a 12 year old camera? :) As expected, this is a huge upgrade. But that is also possible after all this time and for the price. The Nikon D80 had 10MP. This has 24! Like somewhere expected super nice quality. I still had 3 lenses of the D80, they fit perfectly! I have been lucky with the Nikon cashback (200 euros).
I use this body next to my full frame body mainly for nature photography because I have 1.5x more zoom range thanks to the crop factor. The operation largely corresponds to my other Nikon. The advantage with this body is that the spirit level remains visible while changing the settings.
With my previous camera (Nikon D3300) I started to run into camera limitations. I have doubted going to Full frame, but luckily I chose this. I can continue to use my current objectives, only I get much more out of it.