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Nikon D5200 DSLR Camera body - Black
Nikon D5200 Review: Decent
With the amount of point and shoot cameras that have been releasing, like the Canon PowerShot G15, one would think that the market on DSLR cameras didn’t have much more to offer. The Nikon D5200 begs to differ, as the next iteration of the manufacturer’s famous cameras combines several features from past models along with great picture quality. The design is compact and features a strong build, with a comfortable to hold frame. The user interface is easy to use and familiar thanks to the familiar placement of buttons that has been carrying over Nikon’s devices for a while now. The camera weighs about 555 grams and measures 3.86 inches thick. A very interesting feature that sets the D5200 apart from many other DSLRs is the inclusion of stereo microphones and speakers. Specs Featuring a 24.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, the Nikon D5200 is quite the handy shooter. It features a monitor which can be rotated and moved up to 180 degrees. This allows for taking difficult or unorthodox shots. It also features several effects such as Miniature, Colour Sketch, High Key, Low Key and Night Vision, which all function decently enough. It is also capable of a variety of scene modes, including Landscape and Close-up. One of the more interesting modes is Selective Colour, which allows you to capture only a specific shade in a picture while the rest remains grey-scale. Burst Mode is also present though it maxes out at 5 frames per second. ISO ranges from 200 to 6400 and the camera is very good at capturing details at even the highest ISO levels. As for regular scenarios, the D5200 functions incredibly well. Shadows and highlights are accurately captured, along with great colour reproduction, and you can comfortably take pictures in a variety of lighting scenarios. It also records videos at full HD resolution, with storage options ranging between SD, SDHC and SDXC. Live View mode helps in indicating information like sound level, focus point, remaining storage space and more when capturing videos. Sadly, there is a bit of a lag when using Live View but not so much as to cripple the functionality. At least you can zoom in on an area and check for its sharpness in the mode. Shutter speed is quick, though it won’t rank as the quickest amongst DSLRs in its class. Pros: - Excellent colour reproduction and pictures even in different lightning scenarios. - Strong build and easy to use interface - Stereo microphones and speakers - Adjustable monitor allows for variety in shots. - Good detail even at high ISO modes. Cons: - Live View mode has some lag - Only a few effects and filters are very useful Verdict: For its price, the Nikon D5200 is an exceptional DSLR camera. It packs enough functionality in with great picture quality and accurate details across a wide ISO range and even supports full HD video recording. The Live View lag isn’t too troublesome, and the adjustable monitor is a definite bonus that warrants a closer look.
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It is camera that allows you to capture depth from diverse angles. In other words it is a camera full in itself. It has a full HD touch allowing you to click stunningly sharp pictures. Its a must buy if you are into this field.
Product Details
Focusing Screen Type
Supported Languages
Built in Flash
External Flash
129 (W) x 98 (H) x 78 (D) mm
555 g
Lithium Battery
USB Cable
Hi-speed USB
Warranty Period
2 years Nikon India Warranty
Item in the Box
Main Unit
Auto Focus
Focal Length
Approx. 1.5x that of lenses with FX-format angle of view
Lens Type
Nikon F
Manual Focus
Compatible Lenses
Image Size
6016 x 4000 (L)
Maximum Shutter Speed
'1/4000 sec
Minimum Shutter Speed
30 sec
Detection Range
-1 - EV (ISO 100, 20° C, 68° F)
Lens Servo
Sensor Type
Upgradeable Memory
Memory Card Type
SD / SDHC / SDXC / Compatible with UHS-I
HDMI Output
Type C, Mini HDMI
Audio Video Interface
Video Output (NTSC, PAL)
Audio Format
Linear PCM
Special Features
Dust Detection
Red Eye Correction
Face detection
Noise Deduction
Frame Coverage
Other Features
24.71 Million Total Pixels, Single-lens Reflex Digital Camera
Technical Specifications
Camera Type
Angle of View
Nikon DX Format
Metering System
Matrix Metering: 3D Color Matrix Metering II (Type G and D Lenses), Color Matrix Metering II (Other CPU Lenses), Center-weighted, Spot
17.9 mm
Shooting Mode
Auto, Portrait, Child, Close Up, Night Portrait, Party / Indoor, Pet Portrait
Playback Function
Self Timer
Optical Zoom
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