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Indonesia IDR 4,000,000
Malaysia MYR 2,690
Thailand THB 10,258
Vietnam VND 16,830,000

Nikon D5200 Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-06-20
The D5200 uses a 24-megapixel sensor, which stands up well today in terms of pixel count. But its best feature is the 39-point autofocus, with a central block of nine cross-type points for increased sensitivity. It's the same autofocus sensor that we firs...
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Reviewed on 2014-06-03
D4, D800/800E, D600, D3200, D5200 and the most recent new arrival, the D7100. It's an imposing line-up of D-SLR heavy hitters that's revitalised Nikon's fortunes in this market and no doubt given the product planners over at arch-rival Canon something to ...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-12
Highres sensor, Proven AF system, Articulating screen, Good interfaceSpecial Effect JPEG only, No touchscreen, Few direct controls
Like the Nikon D5300 that replaces it, the Nikon D3300 below it in the Nikon SLR range and the Nikon D7100 above it, the D5200 has a CMOS sensor with 24 million pixels. However, some may be surprised to learn that Nikon doesn't use exactly the same sensor...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-27
Nikon D5200: ReviewIf you're planning to bite the bullet and move on up to a fully-fledged DSLR camera and ditch your compact once and for all, then the new Nikon D5200 makes a great place to start. You get many of the features, plus impressive performanc...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-15
Nikon’s a big name in the camera world, and we’ve got the company’s D5200 DSLR armed with a massive 24.1-megapixel sensor to put through its paces. It’s a capable shooter, complete with full HD video skills and superb image quality, but does its fiddly...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-15
Quick TakeProsHigh image quality Swiveling LCD helps get creative angles Solid low-light performance Fast and accurate auto focus Customizable function buttons Help system for beginners Appealing special effects and filtersVery adjustable picture contr...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-02
Chaitanya Tapase is currently our Deputy Editor (Technology) with Exhibit Magazine and is a tech and gadget lover like the rest of us. Lately he has been bitten by the photography bug and is trying his best to learn using DSLR's and various photography te...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-27
After the development of high-end models during the start of the last year, Nikon spent the other half of the year (and the beginning of 2013.) developing new entry and mid-level models. New generation of presented models consists of the D3200 model at th...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-15
The red trim piece at the top of the handgrip has moved down just slightly, so that it is now entirely inset within the rubber grip surface as in other recent Nikon DSLRs, rather than simply occupying the space between rubber and plastic at the top of the...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-31
Advances from one version of a DSLR to the next tend to be minor, but the Nikon D5200 takes a bigger step than most. Not only has the autofocus system improved significantly over its predecessor, the D5100, but the sensor has been boosted too, from 16.2 m...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-17
Good still and video image quality, Light and compact, Competitive high ISO performance, 5 fps continuous shooting speed, Capable autofocus systemMinimal external controls for adjusting camera settings, Lacks weather sealing of some direct competitors, 95% coverage of viewfinder makes accurate framing a bit problematic
Conforming to the current practice in DSLR design, the D5200 features a pronounced handgrip on the right side of the camera body, which is topped with the elongated housing accommodating the built-in flash and eye-level pentamirror viewfinder. Dimensions...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-10
Nikon D5200 - useful around the cornerThe Nikon D5200 is the third edition of Nikon's APS-C format SLR with folding screen. The screen can hinge but also rotate. The advantages of such a screen are obvious, especially when you are working from "difficult ...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-03
Excellent image quality. Fast autofocus. 4fps continuous shooting. Sharp vari-angle LCD. 39-point autofocus system. Fast to start and shoot. 1080i60 video capture. Wi-Fi and GPS add-ons available.Small pentamirror viewfinder. Will not autofocus with screw-drive lenses. Noisy focus during video recording. Only one control wheel
The D5200 ($799.95 direct, body only) is Nikon's mid-level consumer D-SLR camera, offering more features and control than the entry-level D3200%displayPrice% at %seller%, but not quite rivaling the more expensive D7100. It's an impressive performer, shoot...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-30
Ease of use, HD image and video qualityAbsence of an inbody AF motor
For me, DSLRs always come with a promise of catering to whatever creative needs one wants met. To make sure that we're getting our money's worth, we read the spec sheet over and over again to make sure the camera is worth every cent, and the camera offers...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-18
24MP, good ISO output, Great swivel screen, HDR mode is excellentRAW not available when using effects or HDR mode, Slow AF point positioning in Live View
After they upgraded the base model D3100 with D3200, they also upgraded their other two DX models D5100 by D5200 and D7000 by D7100. In this review we will take a look at D5200 and what all changes they have done to it. So on first look we did not notice ...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-12
Higher resolution, better autofocus, and faster bursts—not to mention a swiveling LCD, all for a swoon-worthy priceWhat's Hot: Excellent image quality; 5 fps bursts. What's Not: AF sluggish compared to competitors. Who It's For: Nikon shooters looking for...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-12
Man did we love the Nikon D5100 (MSRP $599.95). In fact, we loved it enough to name it our Camera of the Year back in 2011. So last April, when Nikon announced the D3200 (MSRP $699.95), our mouths started to water. We knew an update to the company's other...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-07
The three colour options available for the Nikon D5200. (Source: Nikon.)However, there are a few flaws potential purchasers should be aware of. Like its predecessors, the D5200 has no autofocus motor in its body, which limits your choice of lenses. It wil...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-06
Offer cinematic motion cadence, Affordable, Higher resolution, Quick processing, Low noise level, Good color depth, Great swivel screenNo focus motor, Does not support image stabilization, Slow continuous shooting, No panorama mode, Few glicthes
The latest snapper to hit the market is Nikon D5200 , a treat for DSLR enthusiasts. D5200 comes with a high resolution 24.1MP image sensor and included with DX-format CMOS sensor. Also, photographers will love to known that this new camera has been instil...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-01
No matter what your ambitions or skill level are, this camera could arguably be an ideal option for many when it comes down to plonking the plastic on the counter or tapping the computer key to order offline. For many a budding photographer with ambiti...
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