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|LCD Size||3.0 Inch|
|LCD Resolution||921000 Pixels|
|Built In Flash||Yes|
|Battery Life||500 Images|
|Dimension||5.1 (W) x 3.9 (H) x 3.1 (D) inch|
The Nikon D5200 is equipped with a 24.1 megapixel DX-format sensor, a sensitivity range from ISO 100 to ISO 6400 and the best in class 39-point AF system to deliver high image quality and excellent performance. What's more, the Scene Recognition System adopts the 2016-pixel RGB sensor, bringing you accurate scene brightness and colour information.
High image quality
Reproduces minute details of the subject with the sharp depiction performance
of NIKKOR lenses and high pixel count of the D5200 - Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor
The D5200 employs newly developed Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor with 24.1 effective megapixels. Combined with the sharp depiction of NIKKOR lenses, the high resolution renders details of the subject minutely and delivers images with great definition and depth. The sensor also supports wide ISO sensitivity range, high-speed readout during live view and Full HD movie recording.
Renders even delicate detail in skin tone, eyelashes and hair - high-performance
image-processing engine EXPEED 3 that maintains superior gradation
The D5200 comes equipped with image-processing engine EXPEED 3, equivalent to that of higher-end models such as the D4. It processes multiple tasks in parallel at high speed while maintaining high precision to bring out the full potential of the 24.1 megapixels for both still images and movies. The image processing of the EXPEED 3 is excellent at color reproduction, gradation processing and image quality at high sensitivity. It reproduces human skin tone, eyelashes and hair more faithfully. Furthermore, from image processing and card recording to image playback and image transfer, EXPEED 3 manages massive amounts of data at high speed. Even with high ISO noise reduction and Active D-Lighting, continuous shooting speed is not sacrificed, realizing comfortable shooting. This also contributes to energy saving.
High image quality of the D5200 realized by the high pixel count of 24.1 effective megapixels, image-processing engine EXPEED 3 and NIKKOR lenses
Effective for shooting in low-lit situations such as interiors or night scenes
and for moving subjects - ISO sensitivity range up to 6400
The D5200's wide ISO sensitivity range is from ISO 100 to 6400, expandable to Hi 1 (ISO 12800 equivalent) and Hi 2 (ISO 25600 equivalent). The camera reduces noise effectively even at high ISO sensitivity setting while maintaining definition as much as possible to deliver sharp images. Setting high ISO sensitivity enables you to shoot at faster shutter speeds and capture pictures without worrying about image degradation caused by camera shake even in low-light situations or when shooting a moving subject. This superior high-sensitivity performance is also effective for D-Movie and you can record beautiful movies without large-scale lighting equipment even when light is scarce.
Wide ISO sensitivity range from ISO 100 to 6400 at normal setting
Reproduces brightness in highlights and shadowy areas as you see them - Active
D-Lighting with improved image quality
Active D-Lighting is effective for shooting, for example, a dark room including outside scenery seen through a window, high-contrast scenes such as at the seaside under strong sunlight, and backlit situations. It preserves details in both highlights and shadowy areas in such situations, maintaining moderate contrast to reproduce brightness as you see it. Select the preferred setting from "auto", "extra high", "high", "normal", "low" or "off". The D5200 employs a new image-processing system that causes less shift of color even when the strength level is increased. Image-processing time is shortened by highly accurate and high-speed real-time processing. And color reproduction is further enhanced with new image-processing engine EXPEED 3. Unlike HDR (High Dynamic Range), Active D-Lighting does not require the process of combining images, therefore it is effective for shooting moving subjects such as people.
Delivers beautiful images even in high-contrast scenes - HDR (High Dynamic
Two images taken with one shutter release at varying exposure are combined to produce a single image that has a wider dynamic range (range of contrast to reproduce tonal gradation) with less loss of detail in highlights and shadows. The result is images with less noise and rich tonal gradation throughout the entire frame including shadows and highlights even in high-contrast shooting scenes. HDR mode is selectable from "auto", "extra high", "high", "normal", "low" and "off". The exposure differential of the two images up to 3 EV and the smoothness of the edge where the two exposures meet are automatically set according to the strength level. Effective for stationary subjects such as landscapes or still lifes.
To draw out the full potential of the D5200's approx. 24 megapixels and render high-definition images, using a high optical performance lens with superior resolution is of vital importance. NIKKOR lenses are Nikon digital SLR cameras' genuine interchangeable lenses and are highly praised by many photo enthusiasts and professional photographers. Employing an array of Nikon's original advanced technologies, NIKKOR lenses feature high optical performance and superior rendering performance, and support high image quality by getting the most out of the D5200's high pixel count in both still images and movies through the wide and diverse lineup.
-Nikon's original Vibration Reduction function (VR) that realizes an easy-to-see
viewfinder image, comfortable shooting and images with reduced blur for both
stills and movies
Image blur caused by camera shake tends to occur when shooting in low-lit situations, telephoto shooting and close-up shooting. Nikon built the Vibration Reduction function (VR) into the lens to reduce the effects of camera shake. Different from a blur-reduction function built into the camera body, this ensures a stable viewfinder image during shooting for precise focusing and comfortable confirmation of composition. The VR function, optimized for the characteristics of each lens, is effective for not only still image shooting but also movie recording using live view.
-AF-S lenses with built-in SWM (Silent Wave Motor) ensure quiet autofocus
Nikon's originally developed SWM (Silent Wave Motor = ultrasonic motor) for AF drive is an autofocus motor that converts "traveling waves" into rotational energy to drive optics for autofocus. AF-S lenses that incorporate the SWM achieve quiet AF operation.
-Nano Crystal Coat provides clear images with minimal ghost or flare
This is an antireflective coating that originated from Nikon's work in semiconductor manufacturing technology. Ghost effects caused by red light, which were incredibly difficult to prevent with conventional coating, and ghost and flare effects caused by light entering the lens diagonally are effectively reduced to provide clear images.
-ED glass effectively minimizes chromatic aberration at high magnification
Nikon-developed ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass minimizes prism-caused color dispersion. For lenses using normal optical glass, the longer the focal length, the more difficult it is to correct the chromatic aberration that causes color fringing. Nikon's ED glass effectively compensates for this kind of chromatic aberration.
Precise subject acquisition
Faithfully reproduces the shooting scene as you see it -
high-precision Scene Recognition System that analyzes a subject more finely with
the 2016-pixel RGB sensor
The Scene Recognition System determines the subject's situation accurately prior to shooting and enables highly precise auto control. The D5200 analyzes brightness and color information of the shooting scenes more finely with Nikon's original Scene Recognition System that utilizes the 2016-pixel RGB sensor, which has been incorporated in higher-end models. And applies that information to autofocus, auto exposure, i-TTL flash and auto white balance control. In 3D-tracking, it is possible to track even a moving subject accurately. Also, in subject identification, smaller subjects compared with the D5100 can be detected which contributes to the improvement of subject identification performance in auto-area AF. Furthermore, the D5200 detects up to 35 human faces utilizing the image sensor when using face-priority AF during live view and movie recording, and playback zoom of people's faces for still images.
Accurate light source identification with Scene Recognition System - auto white
The D5200 utilizes color and brightness information of the shooting scenes acquired by light source identification of the Scene Recognition System for auto white balance. It identifies the light source by referencing the in-camera database for auto white balance. In this way, it can determine the ideal white balance even with difficult light sources.
Captures even fast-moving scenes - high-density 39-point AF system
The D5200 incorporates the Multi-CAM 4800DX autofocus sensor module, the same as that used in the D7000. With their high density, the 39 focus points, the top level among models in this class, that widely cover the image area acquire and track even fast-moving subjects such as sports or action accurately. Nine cross-type sensors cover the most frequently used center area to deliver higher subject acquisition and focusing performance. There are selectable AF area modes according to the scene - single-point AF, dynamic-area AF (9 points, 21 points and 39 points), 3D-tracking and auto-area AF. In 3D-tracking mode, the camera keeps tracking not only a subject in a changed composition but also a moving subject. This is very convenient when shooting a fast-moving subject. Combined with the Scene Recognition System utilizing a 2016-pixel RGB sensor, the D5200 shows further improved subject-tracking performance in 3D-tracking and subject-identification performance in auto-area AF.
Four selectable AF-area modes according to the subject in optical viewfinder
The D5200 offers four AF-area modes. You can choose how the focus point for autofocus is selected according to the subject in viewfinder shooting.
-Single-point AF mode
Ideal for stationary subjects. You can focus on the subject selecting one of the 39 focus points according to your composition. It is effective to focus on an aimed point in situations such as shooting a flower or portrait.
-Dynamic-area AF mode
Suitable for capturing an erratically moving subject. Select one of the 39 focus points. If the subject briefly leaves the selected focus point, the camera will focus based on information from the surrounding points.
Suitable for shooting a moving subject. Pursues your subject using all 39 focus points. Once focusing is achieved with a selected focus point, the focus point automatically changes to track the subject according to its movement while the shutter-release button is pressed halfway.
-Auto-area AF mode
The D5200 detects the main subject using all 39 focus points and automatically focuses on it. The D5200 can recognize human skin tone using "subject identification" of the Scene Recognition System for improved human subject acquisition.
Captures the decisive moment - release mode button that supports quick selection
of release mode and approx. 5 fps high-speed continuous shooting
The release mode button is located next to the mode dial. The release mode setting menu is displayed on the LCD monitor by pressing the release mode button so that quick switching of modes is possible. For release modes, the D5200 employs quiet shutter-release mode, "Q", that allows shooting with reduced mirror movement sound. This is effective for occasions such as a ceremony or when taking pictures of insects or a sleeping child. Also, the D5200 realizes high-speed continuous shooting at approx. 5 fps, while approx. 3 fps is also selectable, which is optimal for capturing natural facial expressions. The number of shots in continuous shooting is up to 100 in JPEG. It does not miss a moment of a subject's movements or facial expression. The shutter unit is tested for approx. 100,000 cycles with the shutter actually loaded to prove its high durability.
Approx. 5 fps high-speed continuous shooting ensures you capture decisive moments.
Shooting with the mirror in the up position is achieved in live view - newly
designed, independently driven mirror mechanism [NEW]
Nikon newly designed the high-speed and highly precise sequential control mechanism for the D5200. It contributes to high-speed continuous shooting at up to approx. 5 fps with a release time lag of approx. 0.09 s*. This new sequential control mechanism drives the mirror independently. In live view shooting, the shutter is released with the mirror in the up position. Because the impact of the mirror's up and down movement is eliminated, smooth and quiet shooting can be expected in single-frame and continuous shooting (low-speed/high-speed).
Live view shooting that enables accurate focusing using the large, east-to-see
7.5-cm (3-in.), approx. 921k-dot, vari-angle LCD monitor
The D5200 incorporates a large, easy-to-see, 7.5-cm (3-in.), approx. 921k-dot (VGA), 170 viewing angle, movable vari-angle LCD monitor that realizes comfortable live view shooting. Approx. 100% frame coverage of the LCD monitor is effective when you want to compose your image firmly before shooting in a situation such as landscape or portrait shooting. Simply rotate the live view switch on top of the camera to shift from viewfinder shooting to live view shooting. The position of a focus point can be moved using a multi selector to focus on the desired point.
Three focus modes - selectable focusing that suits your subject
-Single-servo AF (AF-S)
Suitable for a stationary subject such as landscapes, architecture or flowers.
-Full-time-servo AF (AF-F)
Convenient for shooting a moving subject which is usually difficult to focus on, such as a person or pet. Available in both live view mode and movie recording. Camera focuses continuously as the subject moves.
-Manual focus (MF)
Manual focusing. Suitable for a subject for which autofocus is difficult, such as an animal in a cage or a person in the shade with the sun in the background.
Four AF-area modes in live view - selectable according to your subject
Suitable for focusing on someone's face such as for a commemorative photo.
Suitable for handheld shooting such as for a landscape. Focus point can be moved to a desired point within the frame.
Convenient for shooting with pin-point focus such as for a close-up of a flower and other small subjects. Using a tripod is recommended for more precise focusing.
After focusing is activated, focus point tracks the subject automatically. Suitable for a moving subject such as a child or pet.
Recommended combination of focus mode and AF-area mode
Camera selects the optimal scene mode automatically - Scene Auto Selector (only
available in live view shooting)
In live view shooting, if you point the camera at your subject, the camera automatically identifies the scene and selects the most appropriate scene mode from Portrait, Landscape, Close up and Night portrait*. Smooth shooting is achieved without setting the scene mode for each subject.
-Scene Auto Selector employed on the D5200
Flicker reduction function
Flicker and banding visible in the monitor under fluorescent or mercury vapor light during live view or movie recording can be reduced using the flicker reduction function. When "Auto" mode is set in the flicker reduction menu, the camera can automatically identify the light source frequency for the appropriate exposure control. You can also manually switch between 50 Hz and 60 Hz according to your local area.