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A closer look at this high entry-level DSLR
Join Adorama TV host Rich Harrington as he explores the new Nikon D5200 DSLR, designed for the begiinners and enthusiasts, in depth.
In this exclusive AdoramaTV review of the recently-introduced Nikon D5200, Rich Harrington demonstrates and explains its image quality and key features. Take a closer look at high-ISO nighttime photos as Rich stretches the D5200's image quality to the max. The high-resolution 24MP Nikon D5200 has a combination of sophisticated features and ease-of-use designed to appeal to first-time DSLR users who want a camera they can grow with, as well as more advanced photography enthusiasts. Small and light, this camera with its kit lens is well suited for family vacations and sporting events.
The camera offers special features including 1080/60i video, 216-pixel RGB sensor, in-camera HDR as well as the ability to capture multiple bracketed images for conversion to HDR in post-processing, and 5fps continuous shooting. Its 39-point autofocus system is the best in its class.
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