…and Adobe has a long-standing policy of not commenting on unreleased software.
A solution: Download Faststone Image Viewer. It reads the 7200's raw files. Can save as JPEG or as TIFF or PDF for processing with Photoshop.
It's apparent that the OP wants to use ACR to CONVERT his raw images in Adobe Camera Raw, not just "view" or "process" them in Photoshop.
Otherwise he'd just be using the Nikon raw conversion software.
Personally, I believe a better solution is to simply shoot JPEG images for the time being to discover the full capabilities of the camera. Consider all of the features Nikon has built into the camera.
Expeed 4 processing
Sharpening, and other in-camera adjustments
Different scene modes
Nikon and that the companies have gone to great lengths to provide outstanding JPEG images. And when you shoot raw you cannot take advantage of any of these features that have been built into the camera. The Adobe products do not read these settings. I have been experimenting with JPEG shooting lately with my ancient Nikon D90, And it's pretty impressive. And it's an old camera at that. Spend a little time finding out what your camera can really do. I'm not saying that you should forget about shooting raw. But for a lot of situations I believe JPEG is a better choice.