Nikon D5200 DSLR Camera Hands On Preview at CES 2013

by Staff August 11, 2016 at 9:09 am

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  1. you can only use this camera outside in perfect lighting. it's unusable for indoor pics and videos. mine has the 35 mm lens, this camera is pure junk, total disappointment, should have never been sold, I wouldn't buy a Nikon for 99% off, very poor quality in every way. trash.

  2. Do nikon d3300 outperformes d5200.. this is a burning question most of the beginers are facing now. I checked on dxo marks. 5200 have better score but the site also provided information like most of the lenses performes better on d3300. Ony thing interested is the image quality and i'm not concerned about flipout screen. Do consider this question and please give a reply. 

  3. If you are going to photograph as a hobby. Then the d5200. If you are wanting to embark on photography as a career… eg. newspaper work or weddings etc, then I strongly suggest you purchase at least the D7000 or D7100 … but really if you are doing photography full time, then you should really invest in a full frame camera. The D600 is a good full frame to start with. Hope this helps you. Good luck on your venture.

  4. the 650D is an excellent camera.. however as an DSLR focuses the new features slightly primararly on the video functions. Nikon seems to keep improving massively and the CMOS sensor in the D5200 is brilliant. Nikon just seems to be always slightly better for me

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