Nikon D5200 Digital SLR Camera with 24.1 Megapixels and 18-55mm Lens Included (Available in multiple colors)
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If you are searching for a unique angle on your creative potential, the Nikon D5200 DSLR 24.1 Megapixel Camera is the ideal companion for the next phase of your journey. Designed to inspire, the Nikon D5200 DSLR 24.1 Megapixel Camera lets you shoot pictures and video from more perspectives using a vari-angle LCD monitor. You can also render distinctive-looking special effects in real time and send your images quickly to smart devices using the optional WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter. Within its remarkably small and lightweight body, the Black NIkon Digital SLR Camera is packed with high-performance imaging technology.
Nikon D5200 Digital SLR Camera:
- The Black NIkon Digital SLR Camera features 24.1 megapixel resolution with high-quality still images and video recordings
Featuring Scene Modes, Dust-Reduction System, 1080p Full HD Movie Recording
- Nikon 18-55mm zoom lens
With TTL Phase Detection, Auto Focus, Single-Servo AF, Continous-Servo AF, Glass Lens
- 3.0" TFT LCD screen with image editing features
Featuring Brightness Adjustment, color TFT LCD screen
- Built-in flash with Auto Pop-Up, Red-Eye Reduction, Auto Slow Sync, Fill-Flash
- 1 SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card slot (memory card not included)
- Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery
- ISO Modes: Auto, 6400, 3200, 1600, 800, 400, 200, 100, 80
- File Formats Supported: MOV, JPEG, NEF (RAW), JPEG, DPOF, DCF, AVI Movie
- 3.9" x 3.1" x 5.1"; 1 lbs 1.8 oz
Compatibility and Warranty:
- The Nikon HD DSLR Camera and 18-55mm Lens Included is compatible with PC or Mac
- 1-year limited manufacturer warranty
What's in the Box:
- Nikon D5200 Digital SLR Camera
- Battery, charger and power cable
- Rubbery eyecup
- USB cable
- A/V cable
- Camera strap
- Body cap
- ViewNX 2 CD-ROM
|Battery Type:||Lithium Ion|
|Resolution Megapixels:||24.1 MP|
|Lcd Screen Size:||3"|
|Lcd Screen Resolution:||921,000 Pixels|
|Multi Pack Indicator:||No|
|Has Paper Wood:||No|
|Model No.:||D5200 w/18-55|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||3.8|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.1 x 3.9 x 3.1|
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- This is the D5200. It has silhouetts Effect mode. Silhouette images can also be taken in Manual mode using the proper photographic procedure.by NikonStaff1/29/2014Written by a verified representative from NikonStaffWas this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- With a quick Google search, this is what I found: 1. LCD display Both cameras have a high-resolution 921,000-dot 3-inch LCD display, but the big difference is that the D5200’s display can be flipped out and rotated to any angle. This is a major advantage of the Nikon D5200 vs the D3200 and is ideal for anyone shooting movies and close-ups, or any other kind of subject where the angles or the subject position are awkward. 2. RAW files Both cameras shoot RAW format files for those seeking maximum quality, but they’re not quite the same. The D3200 shoots 12-bit RAW files, while the D5200 shoots 14-bit files. It’s a small technical difference in an overall Nikon D5200 vs D3200 comparison, but it means the D5200’s picture quality is potentially better. 3. Continuous shooting speed The Nikon D5200 has a modest advantage, with the ability to shoot at 5 frames per second compared to the D3200’s 4fps. It could make a difference to wildlife and action fans. 4. Exposure metering The Nikon D3200 uses a 420-pixel metering sensor, while the D5200 has a 2016-pixel sensor. Technically, this should improve exposure accuracy and subject recognition, but you may not notice in practice. 5. Exposure bracketing This is a useful option in difficult lighting conditions where the exposure is hard to predict. The camera takes 3 shots at different settings and you select the best. The Nikon D3200 does not have this feature, but the Nikon D5200 does. 6. ISO range The main ISO range is the same at ISO100-6400, but the Nikon D5200 has a ‘Hi’ setting of ISO25600 that’s one stop higher than the D3200’s – though the quality is pretty low, so it’s fit for emergencies only. 7. Autofocus The D3200 has an 11-point autofocus system, but the D5200 uses a more sophisticated 39-point system taken from cameras further up the range. This could prove useful for fast-moving subjects. 8. Video Both cameras shoot 1920 x 1080 full HD movies, but the D3200’s built-in microphone is monaural, while the D5200’s is stereo (both can take external mics, though). The D5200 can also shoot movies and 60fps or 50fps in interlaced (‘i’) mode as well and the standard 30fps, 25fps and 24fps frame rates. 9. Help for beginners The D3200 has a Guide mode designed to walk novices through everyday shooting scenarios, making it one of the easiest DSLRs on the market to use. Having said that, the Nikon D5200 is hardly very difficult. 10. Special effects The Nikon D5200 offers a range of special effects (Night Vision, Color Sketch, Miniature Effect, Selective Color, Silhouette, High Key, Low Key) and an in-built HDR mode.by Meadows10243/11/2014Was this answer helpful? (19) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The use of lenses other than Nikon lenses on the D5200 Digital SLR Camera is not recommended.by NikonStaff9/1/2013Written by a verified representative from NikonStaffWas this answer helpful? (0) (1)Was this answer helpful?