A good second body, especially if you have AF lenses already
Joseph F. Mcconnell "jfrancismcluggage", Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Upgraded to this from an older D80. Lens compatibility was an absolute requirement, or I might have gone for something lighter, but it's a solid improvement over the earlier body. Somewhat lighter too, although I would have preferred even less mass. The UI is an improvement too, but still Nikon-style -- many buttons, obscurely labeled. But for better or worse, I'm a Nikon addict -- have been since the old FMs.
Summary: good friend I would like the team but I do want to cancel saqber as to the amount of credits cards with 3 ... I would like to pass the information or teleono number where we can talk, I'm from Venezuela, thanks
Excerpt: No experience with DSLRs and camera arrived several days before our vacation of a lifetime. Despite my inexperience, the vacation photos are wonderful. All were shot in auto but I am now learning to step into manual and really enjoying the versatility of this camera. It took me a while to decide on a model but I know this was the correct camera for my needs for the money.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, Quiet, Tilt /Swivel LCD
Excerpt: Hard to go wrong with this camera. solid build. a 3 inch LCD that swivels. Easy to use software menu. Lots of features. May be takes a little time to learn. Heavier than a lot of cameras perhaps but I was looking for very good quality. This is not a professional level camera. I normally take jpegs at 4000x6000 pixels and they end up being 8 MB each. Probably a little nosier but even there you could turn off that shutter sound if you want.
Pros: 24 Megapixel, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, High ISO Performance, Large Clear LCD, Tilt /Swivel LCD
Cons: Lag / Shutter Delay, Noisy At High ISO, Not Waterproof Or Sealed
Summary: Bought this from Electronics Basket, camera appears to work fine, have been using it for 2 weeks and haven't had any problems. It came in a kit box with the kit lens taken out, a manual for the D5100 instead of the D5200 and there was not a warranty card, but this bronze one was cheaper than the black body Amazon is selling. I assumed there was a warranty but apparently not, my mistake.