Announced in November of last year, Nikon’s new consumer-level DSLR – the D5200 – is ready to hit the shelves at the end of this month.
With its DX-format CMOS sensor and effective pixel count of approximately 24.1-million pixels, extremely precise 39-point AF system, and a 2,016-pixel RGB sensor for superior basic performance makes the D5200 a full-scale entry-level camera.
The standard range of sensitivities covers a broad range of ISO 100 to ISO 6400, with support for additional expansion to equivalents up to ISO 25600 (Hi 2). And the Scene Recognition System, made possible with the same 2,016-pixel RGB sensor found in high-end Nikon cameras, more accurately analyzes scene brightness and color information, which is then reflected in autofocus, automatic-exposure, i-TTL balanced fill-flash, and auto white-balance control.
The D-Movie function supports recording of full-HD 1920 x 1080 60i/50i movies for sharp HD movies exhibiting excellent detail. The D5200 is also equipped with Special Effects mode that enables the application and adjustment of special effects with shooting. Combining a variety of effects with a vari-angle LCD monitor that enables shooting from a wide range of angles significantly broadens imaging expression possibilities with both still image and movie recording.
- 24.1MP DX CMOS Sensor
- EXPEED 3 Image Processing Engine
- 3.0″ 921k-Dot Vari-Angle LCD Monitor
- 39-Point AF System with 9 Cross-Type
- Full HD Video with Full-Time Servo AF
- Expandable ISO from 100-25600
- 5fps Continuous Shooting Rate
- Scene Recognition System
- Compatible with WU-1a Wireless Adapter