Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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When transferring photos from a camera to a computer, is it better to remove the SD card or to use the USB port on the camera? The point being, there's going to be wear and tear on either the card slot or the USB connector. Does it make any difference? The particular camera in question is a Nikon D5200.
Not too long ago, I was on a mini vacation with my D5200 and 55-300 VR lens, shooting some bison/buffalo and black bears. I was using AF area mode: single point. The lighting was good and my shutter speeds were relatively high, but majority of the photos turned out to be a bit out of focus. Was it because I was focusing on the animal's body/hair which was dark and not contrasty enough for AF to work properly? What would be a better AF mode/technique to use when dealing with such...
I own the Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8 and love this lens so much, I also fancy the D7500 and probably would upgrade my D5200 if the review of this camera is positive. However, I am afraid the 17-50 may have compatibility issue with the new D7500. Is there anyone who knows if the Sigma USB dock supports this lens for firmware update?
Hello All, I am heading to Disney World, Orlando for the first time with my family next month. I'm not sure what lens to bring. I definitely don't want to be carrying a lot of weight in gear. I have a Nikon D750, along with 24-70 f/2.8 (Used by me) and Nikon D5200 with 55-300 f/4.5-5.6G (used by my wife). I'm considering buying a 50mm for D750 but not sure should I buy 1.4 or 1.8 Please help and also provide some tips or guide on photography tips in WDW. Thanks in advance. Regards, Dheeraj
I've been using my neighbor's Nikon D3200 for a while, to scope out DSLR photography. After a couple of months, I must say I'm definitely interested in it, and want to move further. The one big limitation I feel right now, is focal length. The camera I've been using only came with a kit lens (18-55) and I've often felt the need to zoom farther than that while taking photos. And another I need is a flip-out screen, for my YouTube work. I'm considering buying a slightly better camera, the Nikon...
By: Pinoyskii (3 months ago)
Hi, I'm looking to do some wildlife photography and I was wondering if the old 300mm was good with the d5200. I like this one because it has f/2.8 and would let me get low iso photos, but is there a better option? And would the auto focus be any good on it? https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/801179468-USE/nikon_1943_telephoto_af_s_nikkor_300mm.html
Hi, all! New here. This is my first post. Yay. I have a Nikon D5200 that has served me well over the past few years. I've shot some cool stuff with it, but it feels limited in its video capabilities. I've been looking at the G7, which is roughly around the same price level as the D5200 was when I bought it. The G7 shoots outstanding video at high resolutions and framerates, and it would open up new creative doors for me. The problem is that its sensor is significantly smaller, and I do intend...
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