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Nikon D5200 Entry Level DSLR Best for Beginners.
Dec 16, 2016 01:48 PM 1904 Views
(Updated Apr 27, 2017 02:30 PM)

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The Nikon D5200 is an entry level DSLR with 24 megapixels CMOS sensor capable of ISO sensitivities from 100 to 25600, plus 2 extra stops for NightVision. It comes with AF-S 18-55mm VR II Kit lens, but there are other options to buy it with AF-S 18-55mm VRII Lens and AF-S DX VR Zoom-NIKKOR 55-200mm f/4-5.6G IF-ED Twin Lens with Memory Card, Camera Bag and AF-S 18-140mm VR Lens, Card, Camera Bag on a price range of 26K to 42K. It records 1080p at 60i HD video with stereo sound, please do not compare it with 60fps(for this you can read my other review about fps). The Nikon D5200 has high performance 39 focus points. The D5200 is targeted at novice photographers who need fast autofocus in a DSLR with a simple interface. It has 5 FPS continuous drive helps to capture fleeting moments. It has a 1.5x'crop factor', which means that an 18mm lens offers a similar angle of view to a 27mm lens on the 35mm'full frame' format. It has a .49x viewfinder magnification, which is significantly smaller than that of the higher end cameras like D7100. The viewfinder offers 95% coverage of the actual scene capture, which of course raises the possibility of some unseen elements in advertently ending up in the corners of your final image. You can shoot in live view mode to preview full scene coverage. It has expanded ISO 100 - 25600, that means you can take low light shots without getting noise in this camera. It uses the Nikon F mount, but you'll need to buy Nikon's AF-S lenses to get autofocus, or third-party options with built-in focus motors. The D5200 uses the same EN-EL14 battery as the D5100. It's a 7.4V, 1030mAH, 7.7Wh unit that's also used in the D3200.You can take upto 350 shots on a full charged battery(I am mentioning this because I am using this camera from last 1 year).


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