- Resolution: 24.1 MP
- Sensor size: 23.5 x 15.6 mm
- Screen size: 3 inch
- Sensor type: CMOS
- Type: DSLR
- Built-in Flash: Yes
- LCD Info Display: TFT LCD
- Lens Kit: 18 - 140 mm
NIKON D5200: Offering the Expeed 3 Image Processor, 24MP Sensor and Bundled Lens Kit
Nikon has certainly presented to the world a promising DSLR in NIKON D5200 that is reasonably priced and boasts of a reliable specs sheet. Better connectivity schemes are on offer besides the sensor and here is how it looks like in detail:
The NIKON D5200 houses a 24MP image sensor working in unison with the Expeed 3 image processor. Maximum image resolution on offer is 6000x4000 pixels and this camera also supports other denomination in 2992x2000 pixels. 3:2 is the featured aspect ratio and the APS-C sensor measures 23.5mmx15.6mm in terms of dimensions. The CMOS sensor works together with the Expeed 3 image processing engine. In terms of ISO settings, the NIKON D5200 supports the Auto mode besides an extended range of 100-6400. The upper limit can be expanded up to 25600 with Boost support. 12 white balance modes are featured by this camera in addition to the five usable custom white balance modes. RAW and JPEG image formats are supported as well besides the Basic, Normal and Fine JPEG levels.
The NIKON D5200 boasts of the preexisting Nikon F lens mount offering a crop limit of 1.5X. Digital zoom is given a miss.
Both manual focus and autofocus are supported by the NIKON D5200 in addition to the multiple modes like contrast detect, phase detect and many more. 39 focus points are supported by the NIKON D5200 for better clarity.
In terms of shutter speed range, the NIKON D5200 exhibits 30-1/4000 sec. Aperture priority mode is supported by this camera besides shutter priority and the manual exposure mode. Built-in flash is included with an exhaustive range of up to 12.00m, functional at ISO 100. External flash via hot-shoe is supported besides the Auto, Rear Curtain and other similar modes. Burst shooting is supported by the NIKON D5200 at 3 frames per second. 3 metering modes are incorporated as well besides the AE and WB bracketing perks.
The NIKON D5200 supports full HD video recording at 60-24 frames per second. Other resolutions are supported by this promising gadget. In terms of image formats, the NIKON D5200 supports MPEG-4 and H.264. Multiple Videography notes are included besides the stereo microphone and mono speaker.
A fully articulated screen is featured measuring 3 inches and offering 921K dots as the screen resolution. Touch screen support isn’t available but the TFT LCD panel supports Live View with contrast detect AF and subject tracking modes, paired along. An Optical Pentamirror is included with 95 percent coverage and a magnification limit of up to 0.78X.
Connectivity and Storage
The NIKON D5200 boasts of USB 2.0 connectivity meant for faster file transfers. HDMI output is supported in addition to the optional wireless support and remote access. In terms of storage, SD, SDHC and similar digital cards are supported.
Build and Battery
The NIKON D5200 comes in Black color and weighs 555g inclusive of the EN-EL14 battery module that is rechargeable in nature.
The AF-S 18-140mm lens kit is paired with the NIKON D5200 offering DX format, ED lens elements and Vibration Reduction.