Nikon D5200

Announced Nov 6, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
dpreview conclusion

The Nikon D5200 is a solid performer that delivers excellent image quality and impressive high-ISO performance, along with an articulated screen and a control interface that's appropriate for users stepping up to a DSLR.

Good for

Users who demand the utmost in image detail at low ISO values and videographers who can make use of uncompressed video footage.

Not so good for

Photographers who work primarily in live view and videographers who want high quality 60i output.

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Movie / video mode
Other reviews
Nikon D5200 Review
By: David Schloss, Imaging Resource (Jun 14, 2013)

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Nikon D5200 review
By: Mike Topham, What Digital Camera (Jan 24, 2013)

Costing £649 body only, or £719 with the 18-55mm VR kit lens, the D5200 works out at £300 more than . With the latter rapidly dropping in price since the D5200's release, the D5100 can be picked up very reasonably for £419 with a kit lens. The developments to the D5200's internals - most notably the adopted 39-point AF system and 24MP sensor - result in a truly impressive specification for a...

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Nikon D5200 review

The D5200 is a solid upgrade to Nikon's upper entry level model and a real advance in a number of key areas. Its AF and metering systems were previously only available on the next model up the range - the D7000 and it has a brand new 24 Megapixel sensor that defies expectations where noise performance is concerned, delivering superior results to its main competitor, the Canon EOS Rebel T4i /...

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