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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Still Images - Nikon D5200
    2 Photographer Douglas Menuez Original data size JPEG 12 7 MB Shutter speed 1 1250 second Aperture f 5 6 Focal length 102mm Exposure mode Aperture Priority Auto Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Metering II Sensitivity ISO 320 White balance Auto Picture control Standard Image quality RAW 14 bit Lens AF S DX NIKKOR 55 300mm f 4 5 5 6G ED VR Sample Images 3 Photographer Douglas Menuez Original data size JPEG 11 3 MB Shutter speed 1 200 second Aperture f 2 8 Focal length 35mm Exposure mode Programmed Auto Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Metering II Sensitivity ISO 400 White balance Auto Picture control Portrait Image quality RAW 14 bit Lens AF S DX NIKKOR 35mm f 1 8G Sample Images 4 Photographer Douglas Menuez Original data size JPEG 15 7 MB Shutter speed 1 400 second Aperture f 3 Focal length 40mm Exposure mode Aperture Priority Auto Exposure metering 3D Color Matrix Metering II Sensitivity ISO 200 White balance Auto Picture control Vivid Image quality RAW 14 bit Lens AF S DX Micro NIKKOR 40mm f 2 8G Sample Images 5 Photographer Douglas Menuez Original data size JPEG 6 33 MB Shutter speed 1 320 second

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Precise subject acquisition - Nikon D5200
    C 9 points Choose when there is time to compose the photograph or when photographing subjects that are moving predictably 21 points Choose when photographing subjects that are moving unpredictably 39 points Choose when photographing subjects that are moving quickly and cannot be easily framed in the viewfinder 9 points 21 points 39 points 3D tracking mode Suitable for shooting a moving subject Pursues your subject using all 39 focus points Once focusing is achieved with a selected focus point the focus point automatically changes to track the subject according to its movement while the shutter release button is pressed halfway Selectable when focus mode is set to AF A or AF C 3D tracking mode Auto area AF mode The D5200 detects the main subject using all 39 focus points and automatically focuses on it The D5200 can recognize human skin tone using subject identification of the Scene Recognition System for improved human subject acquisition Auto area AF mode Note Only the selected focus point is shown on actual images Also if you select focus points in a peripheral area of an image when 9 points or 21 points is chosen the number of focus points actually used may be less than 9 or 21 Captures the decisive moment release mode button that supports quick selection of release mode and approx 5 fps high speed continuous shooting The release mode button is located next to the mode dial The release mode setting menu is displayed on the LCD monitor by pressing the release mode button so that quick switching of modes is possible For release modes the D5200 employs quiet shutter release mode Q that allows shooting with reduced mirror movement sound This is effective for occasions such as a ceremony or when taking pictures of insects or a sleeping child Also the D5200 realizes high speed continuous shooting at approx 5 fps while approx 3 fps is also selectable which is optimal for capturing natural facial expressions The number of shots in continuous shooting is up to 100 in JPEG It does not miss a moment of a subject s movements or facial expression The shutter unit is tested for approx 100 000 cycles with the shutter actually loaded to prove its high durability Release mode button Release mode setting menu Approx 5 fps high speed continuous shooting ensures you capture decisive moments Shooting with the mirror in the up position is achieved in live view newly designed independently driven mirror mechanism NEW Nikon newly designed the high speed and highly precise sequential control mechanism for the D5200 It contributes to high speed continuous shooting at up to approx 5 fps with a release time lag of approx 0 09 s This new sequential control mechanism drives the mirror independently In live view shooting the shutter is released with the mirror in the up position Because the impact of the mirror s up and down movement is eliminated smooth and quiet shooting can be expected in single frame

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Creative expression - Nikon D5200
    dignified and somber atmosphere Low key Creates dark and somber images to emphasize highlights by intentional underexposure Creates a dramatic effect on a subject Silhouette Creates dramatic images with silhouettes of subjects against a bright background Shoots the scene beautifully and automatically 16 options of Scene Modes If you select a mode according to the scene the D5200 automatically chooses the most appropriate settings to deliver a beautiful image Five frequently used Scene Modes such as Portrait and Landscape can be directly selected using the mode dial For other modes such as Sunset Dusk dawn and Food set the mode dial to SCENE and select the mode by rotating the command dial You can capture scenes which previously had been difficult to shoot easily and beautifully Scene Modes employed on the D5200 Portrait Landscape Child Sports Close up Night portrait Night landscape Party indoor Beach snow Sunset Dusk dawn Pet portrait Candlelight Blossom Autumn colors Food Sports Close up Night landscape Party indoor Dusk dawn Food Customizes colors and tones of your movies and images to your preferences before shooting Picture Control The D5200 employs six types of Picture Control selectable according to your subjects and shooting scenes for both still images and movies Selected Picture Control lets you fine tune sharpening contrast etc to match your own image creation ideas Changes can be saved as custom Picture Controls and used with image browsing editing software ViewNX 2 supplied and image editing software Capture NX 2 optional Picture Control employed on the D5200 Standard Neutral Vivid Monochrome Portrait Landscape More information Set Picture Control display Adjusting display Standard Standard processing for balanced results Recommended for most situations Neutral Minimal processing for natural results Choose for photographs that will later be extensively processed or retouched Vivid Provides distinct colorful fresh looking images Choose for situations where you want to emphasize primary colors such as blue red and green Monochrome Gives you monochromatic shadings such as black and white or sepia You can select filter effects and toning Portrait Portrait delivers natural appearing skin Natural texture gives the skin of portrait subjects a smoother feel Landscape Produces vibrant landscapes and cityscapes Suitable for any kinds of nature scenes Easy in camera image editing Retouch menus The D5200 comes equipped with 19 kinds of image editing functions These in camera functions let you retouch images easily There are a variety of options such as Fisheye that produces effects similar to those obtained with a fisheye lens and Filter effects that achieve images similar to those taken with a filter Edit movie allows you to delete unwanted parts by choosing the start or end point or save a selected frame as a JPEG image In each case a duplicate image or movie is created leaving the original securely intact Retouch menus employed on the D5200 D Lighting Red eye correction Trim Monochrome Filter effects Color balance Image overlay NEF RAW processing Resize Quick retouch Straighten Distortion control Fisheye Color outline Color sketch Perspective control

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | D-Movie - Nikon D5200
    selected frame as a JPEG image with the same image size as that of the selected movie frame Lens AF S DX NIKKOR 18 105mm f 3 5 5 6G ED VR Lens AF S DX NIKKOR 18 55mm f 3 5 5 6G VR Note The video shown here was taken in 1920 x 1080 60i then converted to Flash Video format for ease of handling Image quality varies from the original Selectable shutter speed varies according to the frame rate of the movie ISO sensitivity can be set to values between ISO 100 to 6400 or Hi 0 3 to Hi 2 Sample movies utilizing the Special Effects of the D5200 Selective color Lens AF S DX NIKKOR 18 55mm f 3 5 5 6G VR Low key Lens AF S DX NIKKOR 18 105mm f 3 5 5 6G ED VR Note The video shown here was taken using the D Movie function then converted to Flash Video format for ease of handling Image quality varies from the original Built in stereo microphone that enables you to record rich high quality sound NEW The D5200 s built in stereo microphone lets you enjoy recording rich high quality sound The sensitivity level can be adjusted choosing from auto and manual 1 to 20 steps according to the shooting situation Select low level smaller value for scenes in louder environments such as a concert hall high level large value for quieter environments with more delicate ambient sounds such as a murmuring stream ME 1 Stereo Microphone optional compatible In addition to the built in microphone the D5200 lets you record stereo sound with the optional ME 1 Stereo Microphone Using the ME 1 Stereo Microphone reduces noise caused by lens vibration recorded during autofocus shooting You can select the

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Ease of use - Nikon D5200
    remote control Unlike remote controls using infrared light it is possible to release the shutter even if there are obstacles such as a tree in the way The communication distance for a combination of the WR R10 with WR T10 is approx 20 m 66 ft You can control a single or multiple cameras with the WR R10 attached using the WR T10 as a transmitter With the WR R10 WR T10 you can enjoy a variety of shooting such as attaching different lenses to the cameras changing angles for each camera or shooting still images and movies simultaneously by switching channels WR T10 and WR R10 s have to be set to the same channel and paired in advance to achieve simultaneous release For further information please refer to the user s manual of the WR R10 WR T10 Comfortable remote shooting is assured even if there are people or objects between the remote controller and camera Examples of use Controlling multiple cameras with one WR T10 Simultaneous release The shutters on all cameras can be released simultaneously by pressing the WR T10 s shutter release button all the way down Specifications of the WR R10 WR T10 WR R10 WR T10 Product images Compatible cameras D4 1 D3 series 1 D800 series 1 D700 1 D600 D300 series 1 D7000 D5200 D5100 D3200 D3100 etc D SLR cameras that employ a ten pin remote terminal 1 or accessory terminal Channels 5 2 425 GHz 10 2 450 GHz 15 2 475 GHz Range line of sight Approx 50 m 164 ft at height of about 1 2 m 4 ft between WR R10s 2 Approx 20 m 66 ft at height of about 1 2 m 4 ft from WR T10 to WR R10 Pairing Unlimited Controllable functions Live view 3 movie 3 continuous shooting shutter release button half full pressing available possible to activate a function assigned to an Fn button 4 1 Requires WR A10 WR adapter Cameras other than the D4 or D800 series that employ a ten pin remote terminal including F SLRs are capable of using the controller for half full pressing of the shutter release button only except D1 D1H D1X D100 MB D100 2 Only available when master D SLR camera employs a ten pin remote terminal 3 Available only with the D4 D800 series D600 D5200 and D3200 4 Available only with the D4 D800 series and D5200 Note Depending on the camera there may be a limitation to the accessories that can be attached simultaneously with the WR R10 Wireless Remote Controller Attempting to forcibly attach accessories can damage the camera or accessory Versatile playback functions The D5200 gives you a variety of playback display options that take advantage of the large 7 5 cm 3 in monitor The number of images displayed at one time can be selected from 1 4 9 and 72 and calendar display arranges images in chronological order You can also display histograms of

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | New Perspectives - Nikon D5100
    camera shake Allows you to compose your photograph precisely and focus on a desired point viewing the LCD monitor Live View shooting Live View shooting gets the most out of the vari angle LCD monitor You can shoot while confirming your subject with the large easy to view 7 5 cm 3 in VGA approx 921k dot wide viewing angle 170 100 frame coverage LCD monitor The dedicated Live View switch realizes simple smooth switching from shooting with the finder to Live View shooting Also contrast detect AF lets you focus on a desired point within a frame Three focus modes selectable according to your subject Single servo AF AF S Suitable for a stationary subject such as landscapes architecture or flowers Full time servo AF AF F Convenient for shooting a moving subject which is usually difficult to focus on such as a child or pet Available in both Live View mode and movie recording Camera focuses continuously after shooting starts Manual focus MF Manual focusing Suitable for a subject for which autofocus is difficult such as an animal in a cage or a person in the shade with the sun in the background Four AF area modes automatically focus on someone s face or a moving subject Face priority AF Suitable for focusing on someone s face such as for a commemorative photo Wide area AF Suitable for handheld shooting such as for a landscape AF area can be moved to a desired point within the frame Normal area AF Convenient for shooting with pin point focus such as for a close up of a flower Using a tripod is recommended for more precise focusing Subject tracking AF After focusing is activated AF area tracks the subject automatically Suitable for a moving subject such as a child or pet Records movies more beautifully and easily full HD movie recording function D Movie The D5100 offers high image quality full HD movie recording at 1 920 x 1 080 30p You can shoot creative movies easily not only taking advantage of shallow depth of field high ISO sensitivity performance and a variety of interchangeable NIKKOR lenses of digital SLR cameras but also utilizing the vari angle LCD monitor and special effects mode of the D5100 Contrast detect AF is possible and if you set full time servo AF AF F for focus mode and subject tracking AF for AF area mode focus point tracks even a moving subject continuously and three dimensionally Optional Stereo Microphone ME 1 compatible In addition to monaural recording with the built in microphone the D5100 lets you record stereo sound with optional Stereo Microphone ME 1 Using Stereo Microphone ME 1 also reduces noise caused by lens vibration being recorded during autofocus shooting Furthermore you can select the sensitivity level for either the built in microphone or Stereo Microphone ME 1 choosing from auto high medium or low according to shooting conditions Select low for scenes in louder environments such as a concert hall

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Specifications - Nikon D5100
    Guide number Approx 12 39 13 43 with manual flash m ft ISO 100 20 C 68 F Flash control TTL i TTL balanced fill flash and standard i TTL flash for digital SLR using 420 pixel RGB sensor are available with built in flash SB 900 SB 800 SB 700 SB 600 or SB 400 i TTL balanced fill flash is available when matrix or center weighted metering is selected Auto aperture Available with SB 900 SB 800 and CPU lens Non TTL auto Supported flash units include SB 900 SB 800 SB 80DX SB 28DX SB 28 SB 27 and SB 22S Distance priority manual Available with SB 900 SB 800 and SB 700 Flash mode Auto auto with red eye reduction auto slow sync auto slow sync with red eye reduction fill flash red eye reduction slow sync slow sync with red eye reduction rear curtain with slow sync rear curtain sync off Flash compensation 3 to 1 EV in increments of 1 3 or 1 2 EV Flash ready indicator Lights when built in flash or optional flash unit such as SB 900 SB 800 SB 700 SB 600 or SB 400 is fully charged blinks for 3 s after flash is fired at full output Accessory shoe ISO 518 hot shoe with sync and data contacts and safety lock Nikon Creative Lighting System CLS Advanced Wireless Lighting supported with SB 900 SB 800 or SB 700 as a master flash or SU 800 as commander Flash Color Information Communication supported with built in flash and all CLS compatible flash units Sync terminal Sync Terminal Adapter AS 15 available separately White balance White balance Auto incandescent fluorescent 7 types direct sunlight flash cloudy shade preset manual all except preset manual with fine tuning White balance bracketing 3 frames in steps of 1 Live View Lens servo Autofocus AF Single servo AF AF S full time servo AF AF F Manual focus MF AF area mode Face priority AF wide area AF normal area AF subject tracking AF Autofocus Contrast detect AF anywhere in frame camera selects focus point automatically when face priority AF or subject tracking AF is selected Automatic scene selection Available in and modes Movie Metering TTL exposure metering using main image sensor Metering method Matrix Frame size pixels and frame rate 1 920 x 1 080 30p 25p 24p high normal 1 280 x 720 30p 25p 24p high normal 640 x 424 30p 25p high normal A frame rate of 30p actual frame rate 29 97 fps is available when NTSC is selected for video mode 25p is available when PAL is selected for video mode Actual frame rate when 24p is selected is 23 976 fps File format MOV Video compression H 264 MPEG 4 Advanced Video Coding Audio recording format Linear PCM Audio recording device Built in monaural or external stereo microphone sensitivity adjustable Monitor Monitor 7 5 cm 3 in approx 921k dot VGA vari angle low temperature polysilicon

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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Creative Effects - Nikon D5100
    are miniature scale models The position of focus point remains sharp while the peripheral area is defocused Miniature effect movies play back at high speed Low key Creates dark and somber images to emphasize highlights by intentional underexposure Silhouette Creates dramatic images with silhouettes of subjects against a bright background Customizes colors and tones of your movies and images to your preferences before shooting Picture Control The D5100 employs six types of Picture Control selectable according to your subjects and shooting scenes Selected Picture Control lets you fine tune sharpening contrast etc to match your own image creation ideas Changes can be saved as custom Picture Controls and used with image browsing editing software ViewNX 2 supplied and image editing software Capture NX 2 optional More information Set Picture Control display Adjusting display Standard Standard processing for balanced results Recommended for most situations Neutral Minimal processing for natural results Choose for photographs that will later be extensively processed or retouched Vivid Provides distinct colorful fresh looking images Choose for situations where you want to emphasize primary colors such as blue red and green Monochrome black and white Gives you monochromatic shadings such as black and white or sepia You can select filter effects and toning Portrait Portrait delivers natural appearing skin Natural texture gives the skin of portrait subjects a smoother feel Landscape Produces vibrant landscapes and cityscapes Suitable for any kinds of nature scenes Adding creativity in camera after shooting Retouch menu The D5100 comes equipped with 19 kinds of image editing functions These in camera functions let you retouch images easily There are a variety of options such as Fisheye that produces effects similar to those obtained with a fisheye lens and Filter effects that achieve images similar to those taken with a filter Edit movie allows you

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