Nikon D5200

Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Dear Friends, I am planning to buy Nikon D5200. Can you please give me your suggestions as to whether I should go ahead with D5200 or look for any other option available in market in the same range. Also, D5200 is around 2 yrs old, so should I go for any later version or stick to D5200? - Ash
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Hello Could someone please advise me of choosing between Nikon D5200 VS D90. I do know the basic advantages as follows: D90: Has a top LCD panel which is very useful, Has built in focus motor, more pixel density D5200: More colorful picture, higher ISO for night time photography, more focus points, Flip out screen D5200 vs D90:- Shutter Lag 300 ms vs 200ms, Continuous shooting 5 fps vs 4.5 fps Similarity: both has the same shutter speed 1/4000 But still confused. I am a beginner in...
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Hey guys I need some advice. I was using Nikon D5200 and some camcorder for a year to take pictures and shoot videos for fun, but know I will study Filmmaking and I need professional camcorder. So I was thinking that instead of spending match money on camcorder, and just record videos. I can take DSLR with really good Video Quality. so I can take videos and picture at the seam time. I took a look to Nikon 7100, but I'm wondering if there is better then that. sorry I'm not that good at DSLR...
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Hi everybody, I am a beginner with photographing, and I am considering buying a DSLR camera, but I just can't decide between a nikon d 5200 with two lenses, 18-55mm and 55-200mm. Or a nikon d 7000 with a single 18-140mm lens. I would most likely use this camera for taking pictures of landscaping and portrait, as I am beginning to take pictures of people and products for my company and other companies. I have found both of them at the same price, so pricing have no effect in my...
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Hello there... I'm very new to DSLR. I've bit experience with point & shoot cameras. However Im thinking about upgrading to DSLR. First of all my budget is limited say 35K-40K INR ($550-$650) including lens. CAMERA BODY 1. It should not be too heavy 2. It should be able to shoot movies as well 3. It should have capability to shoot running objects After research, I've narrowed down to Nikon D3300 or D5200 (owing to my limited budget). Also I've given second thought to buying a used...
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Dear folks at dpreview, A couple of months ago I purchased a Nikon D5200 and some time down the line I noticed that the images didn't seem to capture details as well as I had expected. Here is a detailed explaination: A few weeks ago I was asked to photograph my cousin in her graduation outfit before she went to the ceremony and so I took out the d5200 with kit lens and tried a few shots. When I loaded it into photoshop to do some minor retouching I noticed that there was little to no details...
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Hi…I’m a photography enthusiast and want to purchase my first SLR. I have closed my search at two cameras- Nikon D5200 and Sony A58. But now I am confused which one should I go for? I haven’t used any SLR before therefore i'm not aware of the details and specifications...All i want from my camera is to take clear and crisp images at both high & low light. Please help me in making a final decision from both of these cameras. Thanks!
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Hi all - sorry for somewhat long post on this topc... I have a X-M1 with the kit lenses (xc 16-50 + xc 50-230) and have been looking around for practical ways of using it to digitize my old collection of colour slides+negatives and b&w negatives (around 3500+ of the former, and about 11000 of the b&w ones - I'm talking images here, not films or film strips!) I have in the past used Mr. Scan ( http://www.mr-scan.co.uk/index.html ) to digitize my APS film collection with pleasing result, but as...
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Hello, I am a video creator, and audio quality is crucial to my works. Recently I picked up the Opteka VM200 microphone, which I can connect to my D5200 through a 3.5mm port. After recording some test footage, I realized that the noise level in the audio is incredibly high, which should not be the case. I turn the microphone off and recorded some more test footage, but then the noise still occurs, without the microphone picking up any of the surrounding sounds. I was confused, so I connected...
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Hello all, thanks in advance for your time and consideration to my current dilemma. Last night, my brother's rock band performed their first concert.  I recorded it in 1080p/30fps with my Nikon D5200.  Unfortunately, I made a huge mistake and ejected the memory card from the camera while it was still recording video.  I feel like such an idiot.  Beer may have played into the equation... The memory card has it's usual DCIM>>D5200 folder structure, but the folders are empty.  HOWEVER, Windows...
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