Announced Apr 14, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | APS-C sensor
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i recently brought out the old D5000 my parents bought a while back, charged it up and had a play around with it, and took it to the beach to get some shots. It worked fine, but on the way to work the next day, I managed to drop it on the road from my bag, a few scratches on the screen, but no other visible damage. When I got home, and checked it again, the entire top plate seems to not want to work. The on/off switch, one of the manual reset buttons, shutter release, etc. everything else...
First of all let me clarify that i have zero knowledge on dslr equipment. A friend of mine upgraded her nikon D5000 to D7100 (body). The lens she owns are the Nikkor 50mm 1:1.8 which was used on her old D5000 using manual focus and the Nikkor 18-55mm 1:3-5.6 G II ED. From the moment she got her D7100 (her D5000 is almost dead, the viewfinder shows nothing) she can barely get any good photos (as she tells me, the results are night and day compared with her lovely D5000). Most of them are out...
I'm considering upgrading my D5000 to a D7200. I'd prefer to have my personal images geotagged in EXIF, and I want to process to be as smooth as possible, so I wondered what the possibilities are with the D7200. From what I understand from the reviews I've read, it is wifi enabled and can create a direct wifi link with a smartphone. But is it also able to get location data from the GPS in the smartphone and put it directly in the EXIF data in camera? I've heard nothing but bad things about...