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- 81AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE11 ReviewsDigital Photography Review80Nikon D5200 In-Depth ReviewThe Nikon D5200 is a solid performer that delivers excellent image quality and impressive high ISO performance along with an articulated screen and a control interface appropriate for users stepping up to a DSLR.PC Mag80Nikon D5200Excellent image quality. Fast autofocus. 4fps continuous shooting. Sharp vari-angle LCD. 39-point autofocus system. Fast to start and shoot. 1080i60 video capture. Wi-Fi and GPS add-ons available.CNET80A camera that can keep up with the kidsThe Nikon D5200 makes a great choice for family and vacation photographers.Digital Photography ReviewNot RatedNikon D5200 Hands-on PreviewOverall though the D5200 looks like it should be a perfectly pleasant and capable little SLR, offering a specification that wouldn't have looked out of place on a top-end SLR only a few years ago.Reviewed.com Cameras80Comment Nikon D5200If you’re an action photographer that likes shooting the occasional video too, then this might sound like a good buy. If not, consider the aging—but still relevant—D5100 instead.Pocket-Lint80Nikon D5200 reviewFor its £720 price tag, the Nikon D5200 draws in the D7000's autofocus system and, considering that and the new 24-megapixel sensor's overall image quality, it's a DSLR that's a step beyond its predecessor.CNET UK80Nikon D5200 reviewWith excellent low light performance, reliable results and speedy access to the most common settings, the D5200 makes it easy to make the most of your photography, whatever the conditions.PC World AustraliaNot RatedNikon D5200 digital SLR cameraNikon's refresh of its enthusiast-consumer D5XXX range brings together the high-resolution, pixel-dense 24.1-megapixel sensor from the D3200 and the high-quality metering and 39-point autofocus system of the D7000. It seems to hit a good compromise between the entry-level D3200 and the aging D7000.Pocket-LintNot RatedNikon D5200 pictures and hands-onNikon has not only gone DSLR crazy this year, but also megapixel mad. And we mean that in a good way.TechRadar80Nikon D5200 reviewThe Nikon D5200 is a solid performer that delivers images with well-controlled noise and plenty of detail, albeit with slight banding in some images taken at IS0 3200 and above.Camera Labs80Nikon D5200 reviewThe handling is better than its predecessor and there are some nice touches, like the intelligent Auto ISO override in PASM modes, the viewfinder grid overlay and the redesigned info panel. But there's still room for improvement and niggles to be ironed out.Digital Versus80Nikon D5200 Review...the D5200's want of innovation shows through in its rating, which it has just barely maintained its four stars. Let's cut to the chase: if you already have a D5100, especially one purchased recently, then there's no reason to get a D5200.TechRadarNot RatedHands on: Nikon D5200 reviewThe fact that the D5200 doesn't introduce anything new apart from the sensor is a bit disappointing. It is a fairly predictable upgrade to the D5100 that borrows features from the D7000 above it in the lineup.TrustedReviews80Nikon D5200 reviewThe developments to the D5200’s internal specification – most notably the 39-point AF system and 24.1MP sensor – result in a truly impressive specification for a consumer model. It delivers stunning image quality and is a pleasing camera to use, but is it really worth the additional £300 or so? Well, if you plan on taking advantage of the higher resolution, 50i video frame rate and Wi-Fi compatibility with the optional WU-1a adapter, then yes it is.Photography Blog90Nikon D5200 ReviewThe new Nikon D5200 may not reinvent the wheel in any way, but it is undoubtedly a great all-round DSLR that's well-suited to a lot of different users and experience levels, exactly what a mass-market camera should be...the Nikon D5200 is once again a...winner of our Highly Recommended award.
- 92AVERAGE USER SCORE5 ReviewsEngadget Reader100November 3, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - EngadgetEngadget Reader100October 24, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - EngadgetEngadget Reader80August 24, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws. - EngadgetEngadget Reader80June 29, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A detailed review is coming soon.Engadget Reader100May 26, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!A gadget unicorn - Engadget