The Nikon D5200 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24.1 megapixels manufactured from 2012 to 2013 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 5 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 549 €;
64 users have given it an average vote of 8.7 out of 10
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Cons:a bit noisy at high iso..cumbersome external controls to be reached in manual
Opinion:hello everyone I am a beginner x whose opinion is worth x my experience... switched from analog to digital after many years I bought my first digital nikon d 5200 with lens 18-105..then also targetss such as the 70-300 tamron or the tokina wide angle 11-16 f2.8 and I must say that nn has never disappointed me.. made several sports photos,,panoramic.. still life.. etc he has always done his duty even at night... certainly after several years you realize that on the market there are more suitable machines (it is like the car to go from a low displacement to an off-series ) the differences are there.. then there is the tilting monitor that looks like a jerk but in some circumstances it is helpful, while x iso maybe needed an extra effort from nikon... cmq satisfied x the first experience the advice.
Opinion:Between 2016 and 2017 I made some beautiful images, some inserted in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ax0f1OP6Xq4 Definitely among the entry levels is one of the best successful, especially at the sensor level. I talked about how you can also take advantage of full frame lenses on dx machines in my channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbIdp3DUDqB-C1Aqn9KMAXQ/ Many Mpixels and if paired with a performance lens like the fixed ones from the big opening goes that is a pleasure. The mobile display offers a lot of convenience. From this model onward this series has only been repeated except the D5500 which is really better. It doesn't have the AF engine and the second diaphragms ring... it's always an entry level. As reactions and menu is quick. Vote 9 in its category.
Pros:24m pixels on sensor 18x24mm. Accept any lens with Fmount attack in M ??mode. Never had dirt on the sensor.
Cons:Small handle for medium and large hands. Not high autonomy. There is no basic function.
Opinion:Fine detail resolution overcomes all other nikon including 36mega full frame pixels. Counting on the hand there is little to say about this point. A full frame should have nearly 50m pixel to have the same detail. Conversely, it forces you to not shoot at bigger than 400iso, otherwise noise makes the fine detail useless. Despite that I used it very well at night and flanked on a telescope with good results at low ISO long minutes always win although this requires more laborious placements like Bigourdan. The sensor never broke me despite endless gear changes (almost fixed focal lengths) and nighttime hours with the open sensor with mirror telescopes. Not very good battery, one battery can be enough to discharge, in other cases two or even three depending on the use. The handle is very small and with a firm grip almost certainly presses the cross cursor involuntarily. Accept lenses even in the Q series and at least in M ??allows you to use some good old optics. RiguardOr settings unfortunately lack fast-timing sincroflash, and some m-up type functions to separate the mirror motion from the shutter. A thumbnail preview would be appreciated. The telescope orientable display is a jolly not just as in other unfavorable positions. I think this is a commercially speaking low-key car that, if well exploited, can give you the best bites at the top of the peak, although unfortunately you must remember that you can not have the flexibility and completeness of other more professional models.
Pros:light, tilting screen, compact, good sensor (for the category), af fast enough
Cons:lack af scooter, not Tropicalized
Opinion:I bought more than a year ago and I used it as birthdays in the summer with 35 degrees in the rain in the cold and I took pictures of all kinds, has never let me pity you can not very well hold the iso ups and qusto for certain types of photos and some places it is a limitation not to little and must sgavignarsela in other ways, the lack of af scooter in some ways it's a shame because using goals a little old that support af but do not have a inside the engine, you must then do everything yourself manually. otherwise it's a very good camera for those who are beginners and want to start with something more than just entry level.
Opinion:It is compact and light, but sturdy. The very rich sensor for an APS-C is really dense, but in-camera noise reduction is effective. In the switch between View-finder and live-view takes a little time, I recommend to use the viewfinder more often to shoot. At high ISO I was really surprised; Despite the very dense sensor the images often have little noise, in raw it snaps quietly up to 3000 ISO. For less than 1000 euros in coupled with the Tamron 16-300 is a treat. Very very good resolution, does not knead like direct competitors (both canon and Sony): In particular Canon has disappointed me from the tests done because despite the less dense sensors there are more problems (!) than with Nikon. Not to mention the distinctly different solidity. I recommend the d5200 because it does not disappoint. If you don't need nonsense like WiFi and GPS is an optimum camera
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