Nikon introduces the new D5200 digital SLR camera that is the successor to the D5100. While positioned as a full-scale entry-level model, the D5200 includes some core features of the more advanced D7000, including the 39-point auto focus system and the 2,016-pixel RGB sensor. The camera sports a new 24.1 Megapixel Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor with support for a broad range of ISO sensitivity from 1000 to 6400, expandable to ISO 25600; and the EXPEED 3 image processing engine.
Nikon’s new D5200 is capable of high-speed continuous shooting at up to 5fps, and recording smooth and cinematic video in Full HD 1920×1080/60i/50i using the D-Movie function. It includes the Scene Recognition System, made possible with the same 2,016-pixel RGB sensor, to analyzes scene brightness and color information and adjust camera settings such as expore, focus, white balance to capture a great shot. You can also find Active D-lighting, HDR mode and in-camera image editing. The camera also offers seven special effects that can be applied to still images and movies.
The D5200′s 3-inch 921-k dot LCD display opens to the left from 0–180°, and can be rotated forward 180° and backward 90° when open, allowing users to shoot from any angle. The DSLR works with the WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter and the WR-R10/WR-T10 Wireless Remote Controller. Nikon D5200 will be available in black, red and bronze colors.