Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Nikon Releases D5200

Nikon just announced the new D5200 entry level DSLR camera just in time for CES 2013. The D5200 replaces the D5100 and comes packed with features. Including a 24.1 MP DX sensor (Cropped). They claim that having it mated to the EXPEED Processor will allow for clean image shooting up to ISO 6400. We will see what real world shooting is once we have it in our hands.

It also comes with an all ne 39 point AF system that even allows for continuous focusing while recording 1080p video.

Continuing the trend of Nikon cameras as of late, it includes the cool Scene Recognition System. Along with some cool in camera affects just like what is so popular on smartphones these days. You can apply them to both stills and movie recordings. They even include special effects like selective color, HDR, and tilt-shift effects.


  • 24.1 megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor
  • 3-inch vari-angle LCD
  • EXPEED 3 image processor
  • Full 1080/30p HD Video Recording with stereo sound
  • ISO 100-6400
  • Scene Recognition System
  • 39-point AF (Auto Focus) System
  • In-Camera Special Effects
    • Selective Color
    • Color Sketch
    • Miniature
    • Night Vision
  • High Dynamic Range
  • Adjustable Nikon Picture Controls (video and stills)
  • Compatible with all NIKKOR DX-series lenses
  • Optional WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter
Starting price comes in at $899 in a kit with an 18-55mm lens. Comes in red, black, or bronze.

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