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Transforming everyday sights into images that move us.

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Shooting photos and videos is about more than capturing memories. A great camera brings your creative vision to life with striking clarity. The Nikon D5200 is exactly that type of camera—an exceptional HD-SLR designed to draw exciting new perspectives out of everyone who shoots it. Optimized for creativity, streamlined for flexibility, it'll awaken your passion and inspire some of the most spectacular photos and videos you've ever captured.
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Showcase your artistry

Vari-angle display, built-in HDR, special effects and filters

Creativity and flexibility were considered in every aspect of the D5200. It has a 921,000-dot Vari-angle display that lets you shoot from just about any position—hold the camera overhead for a view above a crowd, at ground level for an interesting close-up of a flower, or just enjoy easier video recording and self portraits. For shots that have both very dark and very bright areas, D5200 includes built-in HDR (high-dynamic range). It takes two shots at different exposures and blends them into one amazing image. And an exciting collection of built-in effects and filters opens new possibilities for expression: isolate a single color, explore black & white, posterize, miniaturize—the creative techniques pros spend years mastering are now conveniently at your command.
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Capture life's brilliance

24.1 MP DX-format CMOS sensor and renowned NIKKOR lenses

Perhaps your greatest inspiration will be the spectacular quality of every photo and video you shoot with the D5200. Its highly sensitive 24.1-megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor captures your vision with lifelike brilliance—marvel at the vibrant colors and razor-sharp detail, even in low light. Legendary NIKKOR lenses, marvels of clarity and quality, are the perfect companion for the D5200, drawing peak performance out of the sensor. Our intelligent Scene Recognition System compares your shot against an onboard database for optimum exposure, and EXPEED 3, the processing power in our acclaimed D4, makes it all happen in an instant.
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Share your creations in an instant

Optional WU-1a Wireless Adapter for Wi-Fi photo sharing and camera control

The thrill of creating a great photo is topped only by the excitement of sharing it. With the D5200, you'll have many great photos to share, so we made it easy. Just add the optional WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter and instantly transfer your shots to a smartphone or tablet via Wi-Fi. Then share your favorites online as usual: email them, upload them to your favorite social networks or photo-sharing site like Nikon's my Picturetown. You can even use your smartphone or tablet as an external “live view” monitor to see what the camera sees and fire the shutter—perfect for getting into photos instead of always shooting them.

Note: These functions require an Android or iOS device and Nikon's free Wireless Mobile Adapter Utility app, available on Google Play and the iTunes App Store.
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Take your vision to video

High-quality Full HD (1080p) video recording capabilities

The D5200 includes Nikon's latest innovations for creating beautiful videos with virtually no choppiness. D-Movie mode now features Full HD 1080p 60i for visibly smoother sequences, a first for Nikon HD-SLRs. Full-time-servo AF (AF-F) and subject-tracking AF work together to keep moving subjects sharp and in focus, and face-priority AF instantly detects and tracks up to 35 faces in a scene. D5200 also has a built-in stereo microphone that can be controlled automatically or manually via 20 incremental steps, another first for Nikon HD-SLRs. Whether you shoot short clips or cinema-style movies, the D5200 makes it easy to take your projects to the next level.
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Ultra-fast, accurate shooting

No matter where your subject is within the frame, the D5200’s 39-point wide-area autofocus system keeps it in focus so you can fire up to 5 fps. 3D Subject Tracking, powered by a 2,016-pixel RGB sensor, locks onto your subject and tracks it with exceptional accuracy. Improvements to the D5200's optical viewfinder make it easier to identify and capture fast-moving subjects, even when panning the camera.
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Included 18-55mm NIKKOR lens

When asked why they choose Nikon gear, pros and serious shooters consistently mention NIKKOR lenses among their reasons. The D5200 comes equipped with the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lens—an excellent lightweight, multipurpose lens for nearly all shooting situations and an ideal match for the camera's DX-format sensor.
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Simple, intuitive operation

You'll be at home with the D5200 in no time. Using visual representations of each setting to show you exactly what's changing with each adjustment, a redesigned display groups your most frequently adjusted camera settings for faster access.
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Long range remote control

Whether you're shooting a group portrait (that includes you) or an intricate macro shot, a remote control is one of the most convenient accessories you can have. The new WR-R10 and WR-T10 Wireless Remote Controllers communicate using radio frequencies instead of Infrared, so you'll have control even when there's no direct line of sight between devices.

A hobby that grows with you

Nikon’s HD-SLR system is endlessly expandable. From legendary NIKKOR lenses and Nikon Speedlights, your system can grow with you.


WI-FI COMPATIBILITY

This camera's Wi-Fi® capability using the WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter can only be used with a compatible iPhone®, iPad®, and/or iPod touch® or smart devices running on the Android™ operating system. The Wireless Mobile Utility application must be installed on the device before it can be used with this camera.
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Great Beginners/ Advanced Beginners Purchase When I purchased the D5200, I had never owned a DSLR or even a point and shoot, but I had done thorough research and figured out that this was the camera for me. This camera far exceeded my expectations: the 24 MP captures immense detail, the 1080p/60 fps recording is awesome (the fps is high enough to even get a little slow mo action going), the flip out screen is nice for those up high/ down low shots, and the list goes on. I was (and still am) very happy with my purchase, and my photography skills have gotten better as I have kept shooting. It might be time to step it up to the 7000 series and (eventually) to a full frame (D600?) .. Pros: 24 MP Flip out screen 1080p/60 fps video (with full shutter/aperture controls) 5 fps Color choices makes it more fun Perfect fit in the hand Easy interfaces/menus Nice button placements Nice Image Quality Cons: -BUFFER SIZE - only 6-7 RAW photos before the buffer gets filled.. This may not be a problem for everyone, but for people doing action/sports photography, this is kind of a drag -ISO noise - seems evident at even as low as 800 ISO -Live View kind of lags a little bit: takes a bit to switch to LV, a while to focus, etc.. but its LV so what can you expect.. -Flash button gets pushed alot accidentally while trying to change ISO, or just when changing grip -Can't change aperture size while in Live View In the end, the cons are just small things, and the pros greatly outweigh them. This is still an awesome camera April 5, 2014
Excellent Entry Level DSLR If you are looking for a decent entry level DSLR, this is it. Very good picture quality, compatible to wide variety of Nikkor lenses to suite your requirement. Camera has just the perfect grip and user friendly inter-phase and so high value for your money. It's better than D5300 and D7100 even, if you consider the specs and the difference in price. March 14, 2014
Amazing Product For An Amazing Cost I am a beginner action sports photographer. I got this camera as a gift and immediately started shooting. Its fast burst mode and easy settings interface make it a perfect camera. I recommend this camera to anyone getting into photography and is looking to pursue it seriously. March 3, 2014
Great DSLR camera - fantastic features for cost. Get to really know the D 5200 as it has lots of fast features to use. Once you are aligned with camera operations, you can get 4 to 5 lenses - with the savings from NOT buying the FX bigger brothers. Start taking fantastic pictures AFTER you are able to really know your camera. February 4, 2014
Looks small and lite but packs a big punch I started shooting Nikon in 1968 and after Fe2s',FG-20, N8008, N70, F4, and F5 this is serious relief. A bit reluctant to join the digital revolution but glad I did. This camera is great for beginner or pro and the features have all been listed in previous reviews. I have logged, indexed and mounted probably 10000 images with a typewriter and word processor now its recorded for me. I'm not a fan of the menu system myself, but its a small inconveinence. Anyone wanting to transition from film to digital this is a good start. Next stop for me is the FX format. December 25, 2013
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Can I use the R1 flash sistem with my D5200 or I need the R1C1?

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R1C1, as the D5200 lacks a flash commander mode.
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I'd like to have the numbering go to 9,999, then it can start over. I thought that was the default, but not true. New D5200--bought in July. I would appreciate answer to this (dumb) question. thank you in advance!
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go to menu, then custom settings menu (pencil symbol), then shooting/display, d4 file number sequence , set to "on"
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Is there a way to set to "High Speed Flash" sync?

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If so what are the settings to allow a speed > 1/200s. I have not found a way to increase the shutter speed greater than 1/200 with flash enabled...I just can't believe that one can't use a high shutter speed and flash on open or close of the shutter!
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No, you are limited to 1/200 the D5200 does not have auto fp setting to enable high speed sync.
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Is this camera also moisture and dust resistant like D7100? I could not find specific references. Thanks

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It is not weather sealed.
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When mounting my D5200 on a tripod, and using the "AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR", is the camera's tripod mount sufficient enough? Or do I need some kind of additional support for the lens?

I am concerned about the weight of this lens and, when it is extended all the way, the amount of torque being put on the bottom of the camera body.
 
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It will be fine, the lens is really not that big or heavy so the camera tripod mount will support it without any problem
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On the D5200, how can I set the 2 second timer delay and have it stay on, instead of having to set it for each shot?

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On the D5200, how can I set the 2 second timer delay and have it stay on, instead of having to set it for each shot?
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The Self timer cannot be saved for use with every shot. You can quickly access the access the self timer setting by pressing the continuous/Self timer/Remote button on top of the D5200
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Why does my 18-300 lens have a bit of play in it on my D5200?

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Both my lens and my body are only a month old. My AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, on my D5200, is mounted correctly, and I've been taking tons of pictures with it. However, the lens has a bit of rotational play in it. When I hold the body in one hand and the lens in the other, the lens can rotate just a bit. Is this normal?
 
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Yes thats quite normal, a lot of lenses do it, my 70-200 and 200-400 both have a bit of movement on the D3
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What teleconverters can work on the D5200, with the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR?

What about with the AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G?

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Neither lens is compatible, there are a limited number of lenses that are compatible. Here is the compatibility chart :
http://www.nikonusa.com/en_INC/IMG/Assets/Common-Assets/Images/Teleconverter-Compatibility/EN_Comp_chart.html
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New firmware C1.01 D5200 upgrade Q?

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I can't seems to update to a new firmware. Mine shows C1.00 right now. I copied a new bin file in the root of sd card, but I don't get an option to upgrade.
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I downloaded the file too - but the file that comes down is a D5100 file so I guess it is either the wrong file or the camera doesn't know to load it.
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Does it have panorama mode?

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The D5200 does not have a panorama setting.
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I have D5200 using with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Lense. I am getting Noise on picture while viewing on Computer. i am a new user on DSLR. i expect the pictures should be crystal clear. but i am not satisfied with the images i am getting. i have reduced the ISO to 200 but still facing same problems. can you plz help me how to get a great JPEG picture quality. by the way i have SB-910 Speed Light also. plz help me and let me know what will be the best adjustment so that i can get good quality nose free Picture.
 
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D5200 is great camera. Check your ISO Settings and keep it low. This camera having very good ISO capability just keep practicing i am sure you will get sharp images. All the best for your next click.
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No, the bodies are all built in the same place
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When was the product first released? Thank you.

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The Nikon D5200 DSLR was announced by Nikon Corporation in Japan in November of 2012. The D5200 was announced to the USA market on January 7, 2013 and was available for sale in the USA a few weeks later.
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Will the D5200 with a 1.4 or 1.7 teleconverter autofocus with the 80-400mm lens?

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I am getting into birding pictures with my wife and we are wondering if the teleconverter route is the way to go with the 80-400mm lens, or should we save our money and buy the 500mm lens for x3 as much money.
 
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Save for the 500m.
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Does Nikon D5200 have a built-in autofocus motor?

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No.
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What's the maximum clip length for filming on D5200?

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Is it pre-programmed, e.g. 15 minutes and then the camera will automatically stop recording?
Can it be adjusted, e.g. 15, 20, 60 minutes, etc.?
Or does it continue shooting video until the card is full?

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20 minutes at highest quality, 29 minutes if you shoot at lower quality. No adjustments beyond that, but you can pause briefly and start another clip and stitch them together with the included movie editor software.
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Is there a d5200 with a internal motor for a zoom lens.

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No, there is no version of the D5200 that includes a focus motor or an internal motor to drive a power zoom lens.

Nikon does not currently make a power zoom lens for DSLR cameras.

For lenses that autofocus on the D5200 look for lenses with the AF-S designation - see this article on NikonUSA.com for more information: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an....

Nikon's current lineup of DSLRs have autofocus motors are the D90, D7000, D7100, D300S, D600, D610, D800, D800e, D3X, D4 and Df.
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D5200 with SB700 meters exposure incorrectly

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When using the SB700 on the D5200, with the flash in basic TTL mode and the camera in Manual mode, the camera's exposure shows that it is way underexposed. However, when I fire the shot, the image looks good. BUT, if I adjust the EV on the flash to compensate for what the camera is telling me, the image is WAY overexposed. What am I doing wrong? I thought the SB700 worked automatically with the D5200?
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Please contact Nikon Technical Support for help with this question. For information on how to contact Nikon please visit: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/238.
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Press menu button, scroll with up and down arrow to setup menu (symbol of a wrench) press ok scroll to language, press arrow pointing right, scroll to English, press OK
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Lens for D5200

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Hi,

Recently I purchased D5200 and very new to photography.

I want to know "must to have Lens" and "nice to have Lens" for D5200 and it's purpose.

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AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G or AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G
for low light or when you want good bokeh (background blur)
AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED for those times you need extra reach. I tried to keep the choices affordable.
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Is there really a panoramic function with the D5200?

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I recently purchased the camera and didn't see anything about a panoramic function in the manual. Everything I've read online says it has one, but I cannot figure out if it's a mode or a setting or...? Any help appreciated!
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Answer: 
Nikon D5200 does not have panoramic effect.
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Can I do Image Stacking?

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Can I use "Image Overlay" to produce what I'll call a 3D image. I would like to get several shots, through our Nikon stereoscope, of the same object at different focal points and combine them to produce the object with several depths in focus. Some may call it image stacking. Thanks, C.
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Image Overlay is possible with the D5200 within the camera. Image overlay combines two existing NEF (RAW) photographs to create a single picture that is saved separately from the originals; the results, which make use of RAW data from the camera image sensor, are noticeably better than overlays created in an imaging application. When using image overlay, only two images can be put together to create the image overlay. For more information on Image Overlay with the D5200, please see page 184 of the User's Manual: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/18112
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How do I capture the displayed image when using +- zooming

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when I use the + of - buttons with the LCD monitor I can zoom and focus in really good but when I snap the shot it reverts back to were I was before I used the + or - buttons. How do I capture the view on the LCD display?

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The image zoom in live view is only there to check focus, you cannot take the image that you see, to get that image you would have to either move the camera close or zoom in with your lens.
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Which lens was used to take the 5 frames of jumping horse?

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The continuous shooting sample images of the jumping horse that are featured on the D5200 product page were taken with an NIKKOR 18-300 f/3.5-5.6 Lens.
 
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