Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Last year I bought the Nikon D5200 and just started to use for videos.Problem is... the videos are continually out of FOCUS... I have it set on Manual focus but can't tell if it's in focus on the screen or not. If I use the "auto focus"... I get a green square when focused, but the lens is continually moving in and out of focus as I move. Can someone PLEASE tell me the best settings for shooting video with this camera????thanks in advance!
Hi guys, Searched the forum but didn't see something like this yet. I am new to this particular subject and not sure if this is normal. Here is the issue/question I have... I got a Nikon D5200 and SB910 Flash. Yesterday I got my "Yongnuo RF-603N Wireless Flash Trigger" from Amazon. Pretty nice unit for the price. Set-up was straight forward and worked right away. Anyway, the thing I noticed is, when I am using the remote trigger, the '?' icon flashes on the view finder. Here is what I am...
I am looking for a way to improve the battery-life for my Nikon D5200, and I am considering to buy a battery grip. Nikon has not made any battery grip for this model, and it was not intended that a battery grip should be used, which means that those available had to connect within the battery slot, have an external wire to connect to the shutter etc. I was considering the Meike battery grip. http://www.amazon.com/MeiKe%C2%AE-Vertical-Battery-Camera-EN-EL14/dp/B00BIEWUAA Can anybody recommend...
I currently have a D5200 with the kit lens and a 70-300 zoom. Relatively new to DLSR. I am wanting to get a zoom lens for both portraits and landscapes. I am NOT a professional photographer. I just like to shoot. I will also be shooting some action shots, like a retriever entering the water, ducks flying, etc. I have been looking at the 24-70 at 2.8. Any thoughts or suggestions?
Hi, I'm pretty set on getting a D5200 for video work. I want to keep the budget as low as possible and the camera is around £339 at the moment (body only). The D5300 is £497. I don't need GPS or Wifi. I don't necessarily need 60 fps. They're pretty identical in terms of image quality as far as I've heard. The only potential significant difference that I can identify for my purposes is fixed pattern noise. I've never come across it or at least I'm not aware of it. I've read that the D5300...
Hi. Camera:Nikon D5200Lens: Nikkor 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 (standard kit lens)Tripod: Hama Tripod Star 700ISO: 100Exposure: 8 sec Technology:Reversed lensCamera control Pro 2 for remote control (to avoid tripod shake) Post processing:RAWMax clarityMax contrastsome brightness adjustingJPG20 images averages into oneI have question: Why does this image look so foggy/blurry and why isnt it nice and sharp? Is it because:1) kit lens?2) tripod?3) sharpness loss due to small aperture (I used lens at minimum...
Dear Friends, I am getting into DSLR world and tried T5i and D5200 - loved D5200 so decided to stick with Nikon and thinking of getting D5300. I will be using this for family photography (kids concerts, dance performance, vacation). Thinking of buying Sigma 18-250mm f3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM to make it an all purpose lens - with budget of 1000$ for both body and lens, it does fit the budget but not sure if this is a good choice? My other option was to go with Nikon 18-140. Is there any other...
Folks, what is the best "how to book" for a beginner using a Nikon D5200? I know with my Nikon D90 I bought supposedly a top rated book for the D90 but it really was just a more descriptive user guide of the factory manual. I was pretty disappointed with that. I found a learned 10 times more talking to 2-3 pro photographers than I ever got from the book. They gave me some general guidelines for about 5-6 types of photo's that I would take. These guidelines worked great. My daughter has...
Hello, this is my first post! I was given a camera Nikon d5200 and 3 lenses (50mm 1.8, nikkor kit lens 18-55, nikkor 55-300 VR) for my birthday in February. This is my first interchangeable lens camera so i am still really only just learning the ropes. I love the 50mm prime and i have found the the zoom to be really sharp but i have been a bit frustrated with the kit lens particularly when zoomed out past 40mm - i don't seem to be able to get such nice sharp images with it. i think it might...