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Identification and Background ¶
The Nikon D5200 was announced for the North American market on January 7, 2013. It was announced worldwide outside of North America on November 6, 2012. The D5200 is a DSLR camera which features a 24.1-megapixel CMOS image sensor, a maximum resolution of 6000x4000, 1080p video recording, a 3.0-inch 921,000 LCD screen, and a stereo microphone. It is compatible with Nikon F-mount lenses. According to CNET, the D5200 has no built-in autofocus motor, which limits flexibility when selecting a lens; despite this drawback, CNET states that “The Nikon D5200 makes a great choice for family and vacation photographers.”
The device is easily identified by the model number, D5200, printed to the right of the lens.
- Nikon EXPEED 3 image/video processor
- Toshiba TOS-5105 42.1-megapixel image sensor
- Up to 1080p HD video mode with autofocus
- Active D-lighting
- 3-inch LCD screen
- Live View shooting mode with face recognition
- Automatic scene recognition mode with 16 pre-programmed scenes
- Built-in time-lapse feature
- Built-in sensor cleaning and airflow control system
- HDMI video output
- Built-in stereo microphone
- Captures photos as JPEG or NEF (Nikon's RAW, 14-bit compressed format), and videos using the H.264 codec
- GPS for geotagging supported by Nikon GP-1