Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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With my D50, where ever I needed fill flash in P mode, all I had to do is deploy by on-board flash. Shooting with my D5200 at a nighttime football game, I needed some fill flash when shooting portrait type of snapshots of people. Deploying my flash for fill flash did not fire 100% of the time especially when the background was well lit leaving my subjects faces in the dark. So my question is with the 5200, does deploying the flash not provide fill flash 100% of the time?
I'm sure I am just missing something but need your help. On my D5000, I could see the focus points in the viewfinder and move the active point with the ring control. I cannot get the right setting to see the focus points in the viewfinder on my D5200. Help? I see it on the display screen, but want it in the viewfinder. Thanks for any help.
Hi Everyone I am new to photography, and want to buy my first DSLR. my budget is around 50k (850 $) i am interested in movie shooting. my question is which dslr gives better video quality better cinema grade color also better image between Nikon D5200, Canon 60D, or Canon 700D. i researched on net lot and its makes me little confused. some says D5200 is better so others says canon. even Nikon D5300 have better new sensor. but i read somewhere it has some focus problem. but D5200 and D5300...
Slight Twist. I have gift cards to Dell I need to use, so I'm limited based on what they have, which may be a good thing. http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/category.aspx?c=us&category_id=6057&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&~ck=mn Looking to spend between $500 and $1000. I tend to buy more than I really need - For some reason I feel I need the latest and greatest Cadillac version of items. SO please talk me down into an older model/spending less based on my criteria below :) Mostly Family pictures, first...
Hello, I've been doing a lot of research about which camera to get, between the D7100 or the D610, with a limited budget of $2.500 but with room to get better lenses in the future. I've used a D5200 for a year and I think I've reached the limits of the camera in terms of usability, the lack of features in the body per se became a problem for me. I also sold all my equipment and I'm ready to buy from scratch. Also would like to add that I shoot 35mm film often and been doing it intermittently...