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Thank you for the excellent review. While the high ISO/low light performance of the D5200 is very impressive indeed (I write this as an envious owner of a Canon T4i / 650D, which is notably inferior in this respect), there are some very strange patterns in the dark areas of the night-shot. See, above all, the weird gradations to the left of the light beam -- and, above all, at the upper left side of the photo.
Pretty low score for what is currently the best performing APS-C DSLR both for stills and video. Not sure why it's low, but I think I trust some of the other review sites in this case. But thanks.
I am willing to use a D5200 for shooting car races because its AF seems pretty good. You have tested it with the basic 18-55mm lens... it looks like it does well with a more pro lens attached (see this Nikon 70-200mm F2.8 VR II review : http://www.photographydailynew.... If I use this combination, will it really improve the autofocus performance ? What if I buy the 70200mm F4 ?
Hi everyone, I just picked up this camera from Costco on Tuesday. They had it in a bundle for $1050.00 until April 27th. It included the body(obviously), both 18-55 and 55-300mm lens, the wifi adapter, Nikon bag, and 16 mg memory card. This is our first DSLR and everyone we talk to tells us how great of a deal it is so we just wanted to share it with everyone.
Hi everyone!Yes I'm new to dslr. After a little research & budget I finally settled my hands on Nikon D5200.I learned the initial set up & started clicking ...In this process I found two irritants as of now1. When I put Auto ISO sensitive control(in the menu) to ON , the command dial don't change values when in P Mode! Is it a bug?2. In focus mode if I set to AF-C then built in AF assist illuminator does not work? Is it a bug?Pls helpThanksJiju PhilipMuscat, Oman
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