Nikon D5200

Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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By: AJ9898 (12 hours ago)
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Hi I am AJ ( AnuJain) , I am new to this forum . From past 4 days I am in confusion as to which camera I have to choose, I have browsed different websites got some information but on all of it I am not clear . I want to get a expert advise from this forum as to which is better. Earlier I used Nikon d5200 which was quite good, I recently sold that and I want to move to a different brand . Please suggest between Canon D760 and Sonly Alpha A68. Your quick response would be much appreciated...
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Hi, I'm new to this forum but have been 'playing' with macro photography for over a year and now have a StackShot but still find that my photo stacks move a bit and make for a 'fuzzy/blurred' final image using Zerene Stacker. This is especially true for long lens combinations - extension tubes, microscope objectives on long lenses, etc. I have tried good tripods (mine is for telescopes of many pounds) and the StackShot and really tighten the screw on the camera but there is still 'sag' and...
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Hi, I'm new to this forum but have been 'playing' with macro photography for over a year and now have a Stackshot but still find that my photo stacks move a bit and make for a 'fuzzy/blurred' final image using Zerene Stacker. This is especially true for long lens combinations - extension tubes, microscope objectives on long lenses, etc. I have tried good tripods (mine is made for telescopes of many pounds) and the Stackshot and really tighten the screw on the camera but there is still 'sag'...
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I am planning to get my hands on newborn baby and portrait photography. Currently I am using Nikon D5200 and have my kit lens and 35mm f/1.8 in bag. I would like to get one more lens for newborn and portrait photography. The options that I was recommended were 85mm f/1.8, 24-70 mm F/2.8 and 24-120 f/4. 24-70 mm F/2.8 works out to be very expensive considering that I have just started getting my hands on this kind of photography. Pls guide me in choosing the right kind of lens for my...
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Hello, I currently own a D5200 and the kit lens (18-55 VR II). I was thinking about getting a better lens for travel, wallk around and casual portraits. I would like to know whether do you guys recommend one of the options below: Sigma 17-50mm F/1.8 OS Sigma 17-70mm F/2.8-4 OS "Contemporary" Would any of these two be an improvement compared with the kit lens? If not, which lenses would you guys suggest? I have read so many threads here, still not decided.
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I'm having a strange issue with my D5200. Now I am somewhat new at this, and this camera was handed down to me rather than bought. So I was experimenting with ways to record and the result was a 15 minute long video. I must have gotten carried away, and I didnt think that such a long video would be harmful, but that is when my problem began. I can best describe it is extreme discoloration and distortion, but the pictures should speak more about the issue. Please help, I need my camera up and...
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First, I'm not sure if that is technically what it is called, but let me explain. I use two different Nikons. One at work is a D5100. My personal camera is a D5200. I use both in a 'studio' setting using strobe lights or off camera flash. However I have a problem using live view with mine, the D5200, at least compared to how I use the D5100. On the D5200, when in live view, the view is a black screen. The reason it's black is because it is showing me the frame based on the cameras settings....
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Hi, I have just started using a Nikon D5200. First Nikon DSLR. As far as I can see, the Nikon SB700 dates back to at least 2010. I have seen the newer SB5000, but that is a bit pricey. Is it still worth getting the SB700. Another option is the Phottix Mitros. Would appreciate some advice. Thanks. --http://www.pbase.com/ronniedp
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I have 2 camera lens combination that will fit in my budget. One is Nikon d5200 with 55-200 lens and nikon d3300 with 70-300 lens. I like bird and landscape photography..which one do you suggest?
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I am a member of a bird watching group. I also love to photograph birds. I own a Nikon D5200 dslr, but presently I am unable to shed a heavy amount on lenses. I find quite a few member of my group use 80-400 or 150-600 lenses. But those lenses are at present too costly for me to afford. Also, they require, as I see, tripod or monopod. For a hand held shot, I find that 70-300 f4-5.6 is a reasonable option for me. While I accept the difference between "photographying birds" and "bird...
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