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12.3-megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor
Coupled with Nikon's EXPEED image processing and NIKKOR optics, breathtaking picture quality is assured.

Vari-angle color LCD monitor
Position the 2.7-inch monitor freely for fresh shooting perspectives. Screen flips inward for safe keeping.

One-button Live View
Easy Live View access offers 4 autofocus modes, including Face-priority AF.

Low noise ISO sensitivity from 200 to 3200
Engineered for exceptional low-light shooting.

11-point Autofocus System with 3D Focus Tracking
Fast and accurate autofocus delivers razor sharpness.

In-camera Retouch image editing
Creative in-camera image editing, featuring Soft Filter, Straighten, Color Outline Effect, Perspective Control, Red-eye Correction, Image Overlay, Monochrome and more—all without a computer.

Nikon 3D Color Matrix Metering II
Nikon’s renowned 420-pixel RGB 3D Color Matrix Metering II, teamed with the exclusive Scene Recognition System, evaluates each scene for unmatched exposure accuracy.

GPS Geo-tagging
GP-1 GPS unit (optional) automatically identifies and records every image’s latitude, longitude and altitude, with satellite time-of-day.

D-Movie Mode with sound
Record 720p HD movie clips enhanced by NIKKOR interchangeable lens quality and versatility.

19 Auto-exposure Scene Modes
Capture stunning photos in challenging picture-taking situations including Sunsets, Candlelight, Silhouette, Portrait, Landscape, Beach/Snow, and more.

Continuous shooting as fast as 4 frames per second
Combined with fast power-up and split-second shutter response, decisive moments are captured easily without annoying shooting lag.

Built-in image sensor cleaning
Effective 4-frequency, ultrasonic sensor cleaning keeps images spot free.

Auto Active D-Lighting
Restores lost shadow and highlight detail in high contrast exposures—Selectable and Auto modes available.

Picture Control Settings for personal image control
Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, Landscape and 9 customizable settings.

Durable, high precision shutter
Testing to over 100,000 cycles assures precision and long shutter life.

Speedlights/Flashes
Speedlights/Flashes
Stereo Microphone
Stereo Microphone
Eyepieces and Viewfinders
Eyepieces and Viewfinders
NIKKOR Lenses
NIKKOR Lenses
Optimized for FX Format but compatible with extensive range of NIKKOR lenses.
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i love this camera I really enjoy the creative freedom allowed by having all the functions and features it does. Especially the live view rotatable screen which allows the photographer to shoot from angles that could not be reached by other dslr cameras. The HD video is awesome too. July 22, 2010
Great camera I love this camera!! Easy to use and great picture quality. Used it in Alaska and Normandy. I have friends who want to buy my pictures.It is very flatering. I just say it is the camera not me. You could do the same thing. July 22, 2010
A good camera with many features Typical Nikon fashion, this camera is well built and very useful. I recommend it to anyone. July 22, 2010
This camera is fast and easy to use. This camera is lightweight, fast, and easy to use. I highly recommend it to others who like a quality camera with many features. July 22, 2010
beginner to Professional, in few days.. my First DSLR, and worth to get it, every click makes you more encouraging, If you are new to DSLR, you should have manual with you always, to get the best of this camera, July 22, 2010
Great little camera Sure, some aspects of the camera could be improved, like the screen resolution, but value for your dollar this gem can't be beat. I have a D700, but find this the "go to" camera for hiking and casual photography. Considering the body costs less than most lenses, it's a must have accessory. July 22, 2010
Outstanding Since purchasing the D5000, have had no problems with it at all. Had to refer to the iunsruction book only once, so far. Not one to follow directions. Worked with two FM-2's for years at race tracks. Broke into the digital wonderland a couple of years ago and kick myself for holding out so long. Retired, now, and limit myself to local events and rodeo. Having a great time with it. July 22, 2010
Great Camera Great camera easy to use and takes great pictures. If you take alot of pictures make sure to buy the extra battery. July 22, 2010
Nice Product, excelent Features So far, this camera has proven to be on top of other devices I have used in the past. There are very nice features within it, like the option to form a new picture from 2 others, editing and retouching pics directly from the camera and the pre-programmed modes which makes your life easy to take every day photos. Still, it is very powerful and can be used as a PRO camera, using your knowledge and expertise to manually control every single aspect of each picture. July 22, 2010
Excellent for your fisrt step from a Compact Camera to SLR July 22, 2010
The D5000 continues to impress... When I picked up the D5000, I already had the D90. What attracted me to the D5000 was the fact that it was in a D40 type of body (read "size" here) and the fact that it had an articulating LCD. After getting the D5000 I came to really enjoy this camera. In fact, if you ever have used the live view mode (regardless of camera), you would agree that having an articulating (movable) LCD, really makes a difference. Liveview and movable LCD's are made for each other, that's for sure. IQ-wise, the D5000 is on par with the D90 - that is rich, dynamic colors and superb high ISO capabilities. I keep the wonderful Nikkor 16-85 VR on mine and mannnnn, what a combination. So if you love to take high def videos, or if you want to use the live view function more often, then get the D5000 as it will cure many of your ills. It's a shame that not more DSLR's don't have an articulating LCD. I'm thoroughly enjoying my D5000 and regardless of what Nikon comes out with in the future, I'm keeping mine in my collection - it's that good! July 22, 2010
Extremely satisfied Great pictures. I try all settings to see effects. Camera's auto choices are excellent. No disappointments or surprises. July 22, 2010
Pictures never looked better For a new user of a DSLR, this product is one of the easiest and the most user friendly i have ever used. I can now get the images out of the camera i have only imagined. July 22, 2010
Great Camera for its Price This is an awesome camera in its class for the following reasons: 1. Very easy to use even for someone using a DSLR for the first time 2. Not as expensive as some of its competitor brands 3. Lot of features that cameras in the same range do not have 4. Easier to hold than the primary competitor product. July 22, 2010
Great Camera. with a multitude of features but most of all, takes awesome pictures July 22, 2010
This camera is my new hobby and my new baby... I bought this camera last Christmas. It's really good and superb in it's quality for photos. I took this unit to the highest mountain community peak in Canada and wow...my friends said the output looks like a postcard or from a calendar. I had the shots developed in prints and it's really good photo quality. Taking pictures is just my hobby since I was young but with this camera,I want to pursue further..it's worth the money I spent...I remember I had to keep coming back from the store and watch for this unit for price to go down and I really got an awesome deal for the holidays and I got the store's last unit available before their closing time. Truly great! July 21, 2010
The D5000 exceeds many standards As it is my first DSLR, I don't have very much to compare to, but I must say that this camera has it all. Whether you're a beginner or professional, it's easy to use and it has endless features making it a truly dynamic camera. The image quality is superb (given that the proper settings are adjusted correctly), the D-Movie feature is a nice plus, but I must say that the built in microphone is less than great, if you're into cinematography I suggest getting an external microphone for spoken dialogues, etc. Overall, this camera is well worth the money and worth purchasing for intermediate to professional photography purposes. July 21, 2010
Amazing for Amateur, Cool for Pros the first day i have loved pictures, is the day i need a DSLR camera..i looked into canon 500d and even imagined using it..but when i came to a point of really buying one, i need to search and compare..the moment i hold on to D5000, its really what i want..looking into its specs, its powerful..12.3 megapixels is the standard pixels the pros are using..the movie mode is a plus and the vari-angle that would help you shoot images..it has 19 total presets that you wont see in canon 500d..the difference is that, the canon's best seller has 15.1 megapixels but it doesnt matter because its too small difference..maybe the the dots of the lcd would matter..but hey the shooting speed of nikon d5000 is faster than that of the canon 500d..one more thing, you can edit pictures right into the camera which the canon doesnt have!the output of the camera is really far competitive than what you think..you wouldnt imagine you are amateur using the camera.. July 17, 2010
Exceeds my expectations I got my Nikon this Christmas and I was so excited. This is my first DSLR and I am really impressed with it. It was extremely simple to use right away, so I could immediately begin taking pictures. After I read the manual and spent some time experimenting with settings, I've dug deeper into the many, very useful features and settings. I recently went on a trip to Australia and everyone was so impressed by my camera and once they saw the pictures, they were even more impressed. A feature that I love is the amazing HD video. It comes out in such great quality. I also purchased a larger lens (70-300 mm from Nikon) and I was originally nervous that it would weigh down my camera. Well that was not the case, it's still easy to use. The VR (vibration reduction) helps so much in getting a good shot. I love my Nikon D5000. July 17, 2010
I love this camera. It takes brilliant photos. I bought this camera over a month ago. I have been waiting for a long time to get it. I absolutely love it. It takes brilliant photos. I have had many comments on how crisp and amazing the photos are. It is relatively easy to use and wouldn't trade if for anything else. July 11, 2010
Just what I needed! For a person who is about to purchase his first SLR, I invested a lot of time researching what SLR will suit me. Though I love photography, I'm no pro. I'm just an ordinary person who just happens to have an "eye" for things. Along came the D5000. I held the camera on my hand, and tried shooting. This is it. This is just what I need. An SLR fit for amateurs and also appeal to pros. It is very easy to use and the megapixels are so effective. Some of my shots made me look like a pro. The full HD video is just a plus for me, and what made this shine is the swivel LCD. I always get to shoot without having to lie on floor. To sum it all up, the D5000 is a gem. Perfect for newbies and pros alike. July 10, 2010
Excellent little camera! I purchased this wonderful DSLR about two weeks ago, as I needed to upgrade from my Nikon D40 DSLR, which I bought about two years ago. (However, I still plan to keep my D40 as a backup camera.) The D5000 is an incredible DSLR from Nikon. I use it to take a variety of photographs, ranging from kids to wildlife and flowers to landscapes. I found for all these demanding situations, the D5000 is an excellent companion. It is easy to use, lightweight, and delivers outstanding images. Mostly I use the Programmed Auto mode, which allows me to change the aperture and shutter speed according to my preference (flexible program mode), and I find it extremely easy to use. I like the live view feature, but most of the time I use the optical view finder, which is very good. This is just a very brief review of my D5000. There are a lot more excellent features packed in this great camera. Overall, I am extremely satisfied with this camera. I highly recommend it. July 9, 2010
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Can you take extremely up close pictures with this camera?

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For example, would you be able to focus in on a screw and see the scratches on its threading etc...
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With one of the compatible macro lenses, yes.
 
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The camera has a close-up scene mode, but for extremely close focus you will need to use a Macro lens. Nikon's macro lenses are called Micro-NIKKOR lenses and most of them will let you get so close that you can photograph objects at life-size. To read more about Macro lenses, read this article: http://www.nikonusa.com/Learn-And-E....
 
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If you had the right lens and set up then yes.
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Why does my D5000 only support SD cards and not SDHC? am i missing something

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if have tried putting a SDHC in my camera and it says it doesnt support it. Is there a setting, am i missing something. is there SD cards more than 2 gb. Thanks
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One thing to note about the Nikons staff answer. They are giving the approved list of SD cards able to be used on the D5000. This does not mean that other SD cards cannot be used. Sandisk recommends the 32gb Extreme SDHD which is not on the Nikon list. As far as I know, other SDHC card should work on the D5000, though it is always a case that you should find out as much about the product before you buy. I would first check your firmware first, even if it doesn't work it won't do any harm.
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The camera should do, Update your firmware: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17162 and see if that makes a difference.
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Sorry, that was the mobile link.
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/16431/~/user's-manual---d5000---guide-to-digital-photography
What else do you need?
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Here is the manual:
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Yes, it can be downloaded here
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13948#Anchor-1
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I have the D5000 with the 70-300mm VR lens. Could you please tell me if there are any teleconverters that are compatible with this combination? If not, could you tell me if any teleconverter lens is compatible with the D5000 and the auto focus still works? Thank you.
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Since it has an F mount it can be attach to your camera. However, not all lenses can be used with a teleconverter. In general wide angle lenses or wide angle zoom lenses cannot be used. Also, lenses with relatively slow maximum apertures (slower than f2.8) cannot be used with teleconverters.
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Unfortunatley the answer is no, no tc's will fit on this lens.
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Tips on achieving bokeh effect?

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How can I get the bokeh effect?
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What you need to do to achieve Bokeh in your images is use the maximum aperture on your camera's lens. Lenses that have f/stops of f/2.8 or wider (f/2, f/1.8, f/1.4) are ideal for use with this technique. With the aperture wide open, you can also increase the distance between your subject and the background to make it go out of focus more.
To choose the aperture you want (wide open) use the camera in manual mode - where you will have to manually set the aperture and shutter speed, or aperture priority, where you set the aperture and the camera chooses the shutter speed.
Depending upon how much light is in the scene, you may also have to alter your ISO to be able to achieve the widest f/stop.
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Bokeh effect is nothing but the blurred part of the out-of-focus image. This effect is normally seen in the photography mostly around the light sources. This effect helps to focus on the object while making the background visually appealing.
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Is this camera able to take videos ?

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yes - in full hd. but only 5 mins at a time (though you can of course make lots of 5 min videos). sound though is shockingly bad (i dont believe you can add a microphone either). just pop it in live view mode and hit the ok button. i would also put the lens into manual mode. the results are pretty good (not that i record a lot of video but it is handy and quality is great
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Yes
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How do I turn the flash off when shooting outdoors?

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I hit a setting somewhere, not sure what combo, and now everytime I take outdoor pics the flash pops up and flashes.
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Turn the mode dial from whatever you have it on to the icon that looks like a lightning bolt with an arrow but crossed out. Then flash won't pop up. But if the flash pops up the camera must think you need it, usually your pics will come out better when you listen to the camera when you are a starter.
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well, give the A program a try (aperture priority). :) most enthusiast or pro photographers don't use any other program besides M or A. or select one of the modes on the mode switch that shows no flash. (see your manual in that matter.)
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is Sandisk 32 GB Extreme SDHC Cards (SDSDX3-032G-A31) or SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro - SDHC - UHS Speed Class 1 - High Performance memory card SDSDXP1-032G-X46 compatable with nikon d5000 camera. if yes which one do you recomend for memory?
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Yes- and I would recomend the 32 GB Extreme SDHC Cards. If you were getting a camera such as the D3s, I would recomend the pro one but the D5000 only shoots at 4fps so you don't need an extremely fast memory card. Just so you know the 32GB card will hold around 15 thousand photos on the D5000, I use an 8GB and its 3000 photo capacity is enough for me. Don't forget you can always dump it onto your computer!!
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Faster Shutter Speed

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I just got the D5000 and I have been going through the manual but still have a question. How do I get the shutter speed to be as fast as it goes? I have a 5 month old and he moves very quick to get good pictures. I have been playing with the shutter speed for it still is shooting slow?
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You go into Shutter Priority Auto on the mode dial (S) and then rotate the dial on the BACK OF THE CAMERA (Not on the top) left or right to select the shutter speed (Which is to the right of the F stop on the display) If you are shooting in low light you will need a high ISO setting and maybe flash. Hope this helps.
 
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if you use the built-in flash, it'll stick at 1/60 in A mode, so either use S mode, or go to a higher ISO and don't use a flash.
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Is there a setting so that my D5000 will take multiple shots at one time?

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Yes, you just hold down the shutter button when the camera is in "continuous shutter-release mode" To put it in this mode, follow these instructions: When about to take a picture, press the button with an "i" on it at the bottom of the left side of your camera. Then go to the "release mode" setting under the ISO setting and press "ok." Then choose Continuous mode (icon has three stacked frames).
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In release mode of shooting menu, select continuous shot
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