Saturday 19 January 2013

Nikon D5200 vs D3100: What to buy?

You might have had your Nikon D3100 for a couple of years and you might want some more advance options and this might you lead you to think that the Nikon D5200 might be an option?

Here is what you get extra in the Nikon D5200:

  • You get a new 24 megapixel sensor vs the 14 megapixel sensor in the Nikon D3100. The performance in the sensor is greatly improved. This means that you will get some better pictures
  • You get to shoot at 5 frames per second vs 4 frames per second. This is important if you take a lot of action or wildlife pictures. It might just be the picture you capture with the Nikon D5200
  • You get a better metering system in the camera, so that there is a bigger chance of getting the right exposure
  • You are now able to push the high ISO to 25600, which is one step higher than in the Nikon D3100
  • You get a better autofocus system with more options, so there should be a better chance of getting some sharp pictures
  • You get more video recording options, so this can be an important factor if you shoot a lot of video with the camera
  • You get a flip lcd screen which can be nice to have
The Nikon D5200 is a great upgrade option from the Nikon D3100. You get a lot of great extra options that makes it possible for you to take some great pictures or video.

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