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Nikon D5200
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Nikon D5200

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6.0

Nikon D5200

neocamera.com
19 May 2013
  • Summary: The Nikon D5200 is the upper-entry-level camera in the Nikon DSLR lineup. Slotting itself just above the D3200 Nikon D3200 , it produces similar-quality images using a similar design. It incorporates a unique-in-its-class 39-point AF system with 9 cross-type points. This new autofocus system distinguishes the D5200 from the competition and makes it much better suited for action photography. The AF performs in relation to the lens used.
  • Pros: Excellent dynamic-range, Low image noise, Reasonable color accuracy, Excellent autofocus system accuracy, Fast 39-point AF with fast-lens in good light, Quick shutter-lag, Nearly instant black-out, Very fast power-on and power-off times, Quick to record and stop video, Rangefinder MF assistance, Reasonable built-quality, Good battery-life
  • Cons: Loss of fine-details at ISO 400+, Some exposure issues, Poor AWB indoors and no interactive control, Slow shot-to-shoot speeds, Noise-Reduction, Sluggish interface, Odd Auto ISO behavior, LCD glare when settings are changed, Video-framing mask difficult to see, Live-View, Menu often required, Lens mount lacks mechanical-coupling
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Overall 6
6.0

Nikon D5200 review

expertreviews.co.uk
19 March 2013
  • Excerpt: The D5200 is Nikon's latest mid-range consumer SLR, nestling between the entry-level Nikon D3200 and the recently announced Nikon D7100 . Nikon has fitted 24-megapixel sensors across all three models, although as we'll explain below, it's not the same sensor across the board. The D5200's best feature is its 39-point autofocus sensor, with a central block of nine cross-type points for increased sensitivity.
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Overall 6
6.0

Nikon D5200

netzwelt
2 May 2013
  • Summary: Gut zum filmen Nikon  hat mit der D5200 eine DSLR mit klappbarem Bildschirm auf den Markt gebracht, die bis ISO 800 eine sehr gute Bildqualität liefert. Das Klapp-Display ermöglicht auch ungewöhnliche Perspektiven und erleichtert Selbstporträts und Videoaufnahmen. Auf der Negativseite steht das Bedienkonzept, das sehr "menülastig" ist, weil es nur wenige Hardware-Tasten für wichtige Bildparameter gibt. Der Sucher ist dunkel und klein.
  • Pros: schwenbares Display, gute Bildqualität, Einsteigerfreundlich (gute Menüs und interne Hilfe), Mikrofon-Anschluss
  • Cons: winziger Sucher, langsamer Autofokus im Live-View
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Value for money 4
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Overall quality 8
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Entusiastens valg

datatid.dk
6 April 2013
  • Excerpt: Det er ikke, fordi Nikon mangler automatisk programvalg og meget af det, du finder i Canon, og som appellerer til begynderen. Men hele opbygningen er bare mere professionel – entusiastisk om man vil. Er du dus med spejlrefleks vil du sætte pris på den måde, hvorpå knapperne er placeret, så man hurtigt og sikkert kan lave små justeringer. For eksempel på blænde og eksponering. De sidder, så man meget let kan justere med en finger uden at fjerne øjet fra søgeren.
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