Along with the times and shifts in habits, the internet has now become one of the most important things in our lives. Auto, we are finally in desperate need of a variety of facilities to be able to access the internet anytime and anywhere. Nearly every electronic gadget has been equipped by a range of facilities to make it easier to surf in cyberspace.
Of course we would not be surprised if you see a lot of people already rely on tablet PC or smartphone to get connected to the internet. But a Wi-Fi facility in a DSLR camera? It seems this would be a new thing in the world of technology-photography.
Armed with big names, as well as a long history of producing the best cameras, Nikon again presents its newest DSLR. This time, the Nikon D5200 Nikon D5100 presented to replace the market long enough. Physically, the body design is very similar to the Nikon D5200 D5100. Flexible LCD screen that can be rotated and folded with a 3-inch 921,000 dot image density level is the same as in the Nikon D5100.
But the biggest difference lies in the specification of Nikon D5200 which has increased significantly. Nikon D5200 now uses resolution 24.1 MP CMOS sensor and is supported by Nikon’s EXPEED 3 processor support. This is clearly superior to the Nikon D5100 which only comes with a 16.1 MP CMOS sensor and Nikon EXPEED 2 processor.
With Nikon’s EXPEED 3 processor support is more qualified to make the Nikon D5200 can be used for the continuous shooting speed 5 fps. Recording video is also better with video capture at resolutions up to Full HD 1080p 60 fps with sound record results clearer thanks to the stereo microphone embedded in the body.
For shooting in dim conditions Nikon D5200 comes with the option of a fairly complete selection of ISO from ISO 100 to ISO 6400. If it feels less ISO option is still expandable to ISO 25600 via HI2 mode. Activity photographing you will also be facilitated with the Nikon D5200. Because Nikon presents 39 point autofocus system owned Nikon D7000 and more accurate metering sensor relying 2.016-pixel RGB metering.
With Nikon D5200 you can also create effects through the choice of modes available in 7 options. Among Selective Colour, Miniature, High and Low Key, Silhouette, Night Vision Colour Sketch and all of which can be used in photo or video mode. And thanks to its Live View feature, you can also directly view the photos that have been applied to one of these filters directly before you decide to shoot the subject.
Do not forget Nikon also complete with wireless connectivity support. Through the optional wireless module Nikon WU-1a is sold separately, you can now connect to the Nikon D5200 iOS and Android devices.
Nikon D5200 will go on sale in December 2012 at a price of around USD1150 for the body only and is available in three trendy colors like matte black, glossy bronze and candy red.
Here is a glimpse of the features the Nikon D5200 as quoted by Yahoo!:
Sensor: 24.1 MP CMOS
Processor: Nikon EXPEED 3
Screen: 3-inch LCD Full Articulated 921,000 dots
Video: 1920 x 1080 (60, 50, 30, 25, 24 fps), 1280 x 720 (60, 50 fps), 640 x 424 (30, 25 fps)
Memory: SD / SDHC / SDXC
Battery: Lithium-Ion EN-EL14
Weight: 555 grams
Dimensions: 129 x 98 x 78 mm