As you might know (or not), since June.....
I have been without a camera - I have a Nikon D300 that suffered an unfortunate accident, and I replaced it with a rebuilt camera from the local shop. It lasted about seven months and decided to not recognize any lens attached to it. Time for a new clickerbox.
After a lot of research, I settled on the Nikon D7100 for a lot of reasons - it's a DX camera, 24Mp sensor and also has a 1.3 Crop mode - like getting 1.3 X whatever lens length you have. And it does video, etc. etc. In short, I really really like this camera. It produces some stunning results.
It's interesting to think back many (about 30) years, to one of our first PC-compatible computers; an Epson Equity XT. It had a 20Mb (yes, twenty megabytes) and we really thought it was hot stuff. This camera turns out a 29 Mb RAW file. Wow. Even a Fine quality JPEG from this beast is 17Mb.
I wish you could see the photographs this camera turns out, but there's no way I could post that big a photo, and viewing at 72 dpi is not really representative of the photo.
Here's a front and back shot of the 7100 taken with my iPhone: