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Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3.00″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi. The local camera store was not particularly useful in helping me choose a camera. I am wondering is the practical benefit of a Nikon D5200 over a D3200? I'm coming from a Nikon D40X. I have an 18-200mm lens and an SB-900 speedlight already so I'd like to stay with Nikon, and add a 50mm prime. I shoot lots of full body portrait indoors, outdoor water sports, wild life, and scenery. It seems like the major difference is auto focus and video. What is the practical difference? Will I really...
I'm trying to find a camera (preferably a not too bulky dslr) that is reasonably fast with good photo and video quality including in low light/dusk. By fast I mean including the time it takes to focus (in order to catch a fleeting moment for example). In many reviews in general it's not clear what is meant by the camera being fast. What should I look for to determine whether the fastness of the camera serves my purpose. For example, I tried both Nikon1 J3 and Sony NEx 5r - all reviews...
Dear All I am planning to buy a Zoom lens for my D5200. I have prime lens Nikon DX 35mm 1.8G and 50mm 1.8G. I also have a kit lens 18-55mm lens. Now i am in a big confusion to choose 1. Nikon 18-140mm 2. Nikon 55-300mm 3. Tamron 18-270mm PZD Above 3 lenses are in my budget. Can someone please suggest which is the best lens for daily photography. Thanks in advance Subhash.D.
I am a beginner, and just got a Nikon D5200. I have a couple of quick gear recommendation questions. What one lense would you recommend if I were going to upgrade from the 18-55 that came standard? I photo graph mostly sports, indoor and out, and outdoors - landscapes, animals. What bag would you recommend for portability, like on hikes or at games? How does the Eye Fi vs the WU Wi-Fi attachment work - is one better than the other, both worth having? Any other critical gear you would...
Bought a Nikon D5200 with a 50mm f1.8 to shoot the Northern Lights handheld from a plane. I'm a pilot so I see them all the time but I want to capture them as I'm flying. Challenging because I can't use a tripod so timed exposures must be very short. I'm new to DSLR. Can anyone recommend setting or modes for me to try? ty
Hi Folks Which flash would you recommend for an amateur on the D5200? The 700 or 910? I avoid indoor flash except occasionally to slow fill, but with some lenses bodies the built in creates lens shadow and doesn't have quiet enough power. My main reason is for the odd indoor family scene in larger space, but mainly for outdoor fill, or against back light. Just by looking at specs for a nonpro I like the idea of the lighter more compact SB-700. The main advantage of either over built-in...
I have the Sony NEX 5R, but still have time to return it if I decide it's not what I want. So far the pictures are great in good light and not too much movement. But my children are my main subjects, and they do move quickly and frequently, and the focus does not seem to keep up. I've read that the D5200, maybe even the 3200, are good for that. However, I love the portability of the 5R and am afraid I would not like the weight and bulk of the DSLR's. So, my question is...would the Rebel...