Nikon D5000 Price in Malaysia

Nikon, as one of the top models of DSLR cameras in Malaysia is now here with one more incredible model – Nikon D5000. One of the favourites among professional photographers in Malaysia is the Nikon D5000. As a full frame camera with precision photography, the Nikon D5000 in Malaysia is the best camera to choose. Find out more about the Nikon D5000 in Malaysia here.

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Nikon D5000 Specs

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 12.3MP
Sensor Size 23.6 x 15.8mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Screen Size 2.7"
Live View
Off Mode
Anti Smudge Coating
Anti Scratch
Packaging Content
Camera Version Body Only
Video Resolution HD
ISO Minimum 200
ISO Maximum 3200
White Balance
Photography Features
Continuous Drive
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000s
Dimensions (W x H x D) 127 x 104 x 80mm
Weight 560g
Optics & Focus
Number of Focus Points 11
Manual Focus
Lens Mount F
Release Year 2009

Nikon D5000 leading the camera scene in Malaysia

If you are particular about your photos, if you love precision in every shot, then you’ll love the Nikon D5000. The Nikon D5000’s focus is lightning fast, allowing you to get that priceless snap in an instant. Each click of the shutter activates Nikon’s 11 autofocus points making each photograph smart and picture-perfect. With the 12.9MP sensor, you can be sure to get crisp images.

ISO and other necessities

Shooting in low light is exceptionally good. The Nikon D5000 can shoot in high ISO levels without noise and up to ISO 3200 with minimal disturbance. Shoot in limited lighting with ease. Another thing that sometimes bothers other cameras is the shutter noise. The Nikon D5000 is amazingly quite in the Quiet Mode. You can’t hear the shutter sound even with a microphone attached. Much like its siblings, the Nikon D5000 is a full frame sensor camera. It’s no wonder then why this camera is so great.


The standard nowadays for most DSLR camera is to be weatherproof. The Nikon D5000 has a casing made of durable plastic and synthetic materials that protects its fragile parts on the inside from getting affected. Take it anywhere with you. Being splashproof means you won’t have to worry about your poolside shots or shooting in the rain.

Continuous shooting

Another selling point of the Nikon D5000 is the continuous shooting modes. At 24 fps, the Nikon D5000 works wonders with full resolution. Shooting activities becomes a breeze when all you have to do is keep your finger on the shutter button. HD video also is plus point that you get with the Nikon D5000. Record your precious moments at the bet quality without any problems. Also play around with modes preset in the Nikon D5000. Modes such as long exposure, HDR, sRGB, monochrome, landscape and neutral. There’s no limit to photo-taking with the Nikon D5000.

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Nikon D5000 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-01-18
Earlier this year Nikon released the new flagship D500 camera as part of their DX range or cropped sensor line-up. It is fast and designed with a specific user in mind. It is also one of the first cameras Nikon has produced that is using Snapbridge, the n...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
Nikon introduces another model tier to its D-SLR range primarily to compete with Canon's highly successful EOS 400/450/500D dynasty. Paul Burrows tries out the ‘entry-level plus' D5000.Underneath the D5000's compact bodyshell is quite a lot of the D90 , i...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-10
The Nikon D5000 carries a trait often found in great gadgets. From the moment you unwrap this impressive camera, you will find yourself wanting to fiddle with it and explore all of its potential. Weighing in at about half a kilo, and with a 6-inch depth, ...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-12
Flip & twist LCD, HD movie, lots of in-camera effects and modesLarge, video recording limited to 5 minutes or 2GB file size
Nikon has some tricks up its sleeve for the DSLR market. The D5000, for instance, is the first DSLR to feature a flip-out-and-twist LCD. Normally a feature found on many prosumer cameras, the 2.7-inch vari-angle monitor (is Nikon calls it) allows you t...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-09
This article is a review of the Nikon D5000 DSLR camera. The Nikon D5000 is a 12.3 megapixel DX-format Nikon DSLR positioned in between the Nikon D60 and the Nikon D90. It provides the best of both worlds for its price point, and is ideally suited for...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-12
Modestly priced with solid optics. Compact and light, good exposure and image controls in video mode, with versatile LED view screen.Limited video shooting modes, typical DSLR ergonomics and audio issues.
email print ShareThis rss This modestly priced DSLR offers ever-more-affordable HD.Nikon recently released the D5000, a 12.3 megapixel DX Format (1.5 lens crop factor) DSLR that shoots 720p/24p video through a 18-55mm VR zoom lens and lists for onl...
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Reviewed on 2010-01-01
Nikon D5000 at a glance: 12.3-million-pixel CMOS sensor 2.7in vari-angle LCD screen Live View with face priority 
and new subject-tracking AF 720p HD video (same as D90) Street price around £700 (body only) or around £750 with 18-55mm kit lens Scores:...
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Reviewed on 2009-12-18
There's no doubting the D5000 is a Nikon, with its classic styling offering no departures in terms of the body design or basic control layout. The 2.7in screen on the back isn't the largest either, but it's literally the most flexible. Give the ridged ...
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Reviewed on 2009-12-17
RAW processing, 720p videoFolding screen a tad low res
There’s no denying that the Nikon D5000 is an awesome looking piece of kit. That swivel screen and sharp, DSLR style, make it a winner for those who love their gadgets sleek and sexy. But underneath that lush frame the D5000 has more than enough to sat...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-19
We’ve reached the point where most people now reach for a digital camera vs. a film camera to snap photos. In fact, many of you probably have at least a few years of digicam experience under your belt, possibly having started your digicam journey with ...
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Reviewed on 2009-10-28
Superior image quality at ISO 800 and higher levels, Variableangle LCD is very useful in Live View, Very fast AF with Silent Wave (AFS) lensesGreat ease of use but some features are complicated, AF in Live view is very slow, No autofocus in DMovie mode
Nikon's most advanced entry-level DSLR, this 12.3-megapixel (MP) camera is smaller, lighter and, at $830 (body only), more affordable than the prosumer-grade D90....
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Reviewed on 2009-10-17
Nikon D5000 digital SLR camera is a good all-round unit that makes some big improvements over previous models like the D60. Standing out as the flagship feature of the D5000 is its variable angle 2.7inch LCD screen that allows for flip out and adjustme...
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Reviewed on 2009-10-14
There's no doubting the D5000 is a Nikon, with its classic styling offering no departures in terms of the body design or basic control layout. The 2.7in screen on the back isn't the largest either, but it's literally the most flexible. Give the ridged ...
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Reviewed on 2009-10-14
Class-leading results in low light at highest ISO settings, fairly priced, kit lens is reasonably sharp and image stabilised alsoTo nit pick, video isn’t Full HD quality and sound is mono, plus the recommended lens requires additional spend, but there’s little else here amiss
A well-constructed model targeted at both hobbyists and the family market, the 12.3 megapixel D5000 does direct battle with Canon’s 500D, and is Nikon’s own least expensive HD video contender. The AVI file format, Motion JPEG video resolution in quest...
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Reviewed on 2009-10-14
Swiveling screen. While video settings are minimal, aperture adjustment lets you control depth of field.Prepare to miss some great shots while you dig though multiple screens to make adjustments. Menus use ambiguous sample photos instead of words, which makes some controls indecipherable. Claustrophobic viewfinder and smallish 2.7inch LCD.
Though its awesome D90 was the first DSLR to leap into HD video, Nikon took a jump backward with this model. Freshly captured movies look like faded old film. And the inability to autofocus after recording starts nearly guarantees that the clips — whic...
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Reviewed on 2009-10-06
Image quality is excellent, D5000 provides great mix of manual control and ease of use for a DSLR, LCD can twist and swivel away from the camera, Battery life is good for DSLR camera, Good collection of printed materials quick start guide and user guide...Learning the function of each button could be time consuming, Autofocus can be slow, especially in low light, Experienced photographers will want more features, LCD could use more resolution
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Reviewed on 2009-10-05
This camera is reviewed as part of our group test of Digital SLR HD Video Cameras A well-constructed model aimed at both hobbyists and family users, the D5000, with its 12.3 million effective pixels, does direct battle with Canon’s 500D. It’s also Niko...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-26
The new Nikon - with the rather unusual name D5000 - enhances Nikons consumer line-up between the D60 and the D90 and seems to give a first indication on future model names of the Japanese DSLR manufacturer. The handy but quite heavy Nikon D5000 com...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-16
In low light, the D5000’s clearer high-ISO modes perform better. We cranked the setting up to 2500 ISO before the noise seemed too distracting, but you could go even higher in a pinch. Images brightened up in this mode, helping us shoot in certain night conditions..
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Reviewed on 2009-09-11
Excellent image quality, Strong low-light performance, Long battery life, Crisp HD video recordingHD movie recording lacks auto focus, Mediocre still photo focus in Live View mode
We love it when the features that make gadgets great trickle down into less expensive products. That’s why we highly recommend the $849 Nikon D5000, a reasonably priced DSLR that has the same sensor and 720p video recording as the $999 D90. In addition...
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