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Best Entry Level DSLR of 2013 - High ISO JPEG TEST

Find out the Best Entry Level DSLR of 2013 – Nikon D5200 vs Nikon D5100 vs Nikon D3200 vs Canon 650D High ISO JPEG Test result published by focus-numerique, the Nikon D5100 features 16Mp APS-C sensor, Canon 650D features 18Mp Sensor,  Nikon D5200 and Nikon D3200 both have 24 Mp APS-C sensor, according to latest news/rumors we know that D3200 sensor made by Sony and D5200 sensor is made by Toshiba.

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At ISO 3200 all the images have very less noise.

Nikon D5100 images look bit underexposed throughout the test.

From ISO 6400+ we can see green color bands in Canon 650D.

The Nikon D5200 have bit less color noise compared to Nikon D3200 @ 12800, before that images are almost identical.

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Nikon D5200 vs Nikon D5100

Nikon D5200 vs Nikon D5100

Nikon D5200 vs Nikon D5100 Specification Comparison, Nikon D5200 Comes with more Megapixel and advance AF system, take a look at comparison below

Nikon D5200 vs Nikon D5100

Nikon D5200 features Same  resolution as Nikon D3200, but the sensor is different and made by Toshiba.

Image Processor
Nikon D5200 features new expeed 3 image processor used in D4, D800, D600 and D3200. Nikon D5100 uses old Expeed 2 image processor.

Nikon D5200 AF ReviewAuto Focus – Same as D7000
Same Nikon Multi-CAM 4800DX autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection as Nikon D7000, finetuning, 39 focus points (including 9 cross-type sensors), and AF-assist illuminator (range approx. 0.5 to 3 m/1 ft. 8 in. to 9 ft. 10 in.)

ISO – Same as D5100
Both Camera share same ISO range, ISO 100 – 6400 in steps of 1/3 EV. (Expanded Upto ISO 25600)

Video AF – Same as D5100
Both the camera uses Contrast-detect AF anywhere in frame (camera selects focus point automatically when face-priority AF or subject-tracking AF is selected)

Nikon D5200 – Full HD @ 60fps
With D5200 can record Full HD @ 60 fps, also multiple frame rates available.

Other Features include: Wireless shooting and Image Transfer via WR-R10 wireless remote controller, Nikon D5100 is missing wireless transfer feature.


Nikon D5200 vs D5100

Conclusion: Nikon D5200 is better than Nikon D5100,  You get newly developed sensor with more resolution and better low light performance, advance core specification and AF system same AS D7000, we highly recommend you to buy Nikon D5200.

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Canon 650D vs Nikon D5100 - High ISO Test

Many users asking the same question each day Which camera to buy, Canon 650D OR Nikon D5100 ? ., we will soon publish the specification comparison review very soon, before that take a look at images of taken from both the camera at different ISO settings.

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Nikon D5100 have bit bigger sensor (Canon APS-C -22.3 x 14.9 mm vs Nikon APS-C 23.5 x 15.6 mm) and Nikon D5100 have low resolution –  16.2 megapixels compared to Canon 650D with 18.7 megapixels.

Canon 650D at Amazon
Nikon D5100 at Amazon

Sony A57 vs Canon 600D vs Nikon D5100

Sony A57 vs Canon 600D vs Nikon D5100 Specification comparison review, the Sony A57 is recently announced and Nikon D5100 and Canon 600D / T3i update (650D & D5200) may arrive soon, but before that let’s have a look to the specification comparison review all these three entry level DSLRs / SLT.

Sony A57 Comparison reviewSensor and Megapixels: The new Sony A57 uses new 16.1 megapixel CMOS sensor (same as Sony NEX-5N), you get standard ISO range of 100-16000 and expandable up to 25600.

Nikon uses a 16.2-megapixel Nikon APS-C sensor and Canon uses 18.7 megapixels APS-C sensor,  All these three sensor are based on APS-C format but the size for Nikon and Sony is bit bigger compared to  canon.


AF system :  The Canon uses 9 point AF system but AF is not available in video mode, both Sony and Nikon features advance AF system and AF during video mode.

The A57 model shares the more expansive A65 15-point AF system with three cross sensors delivering fast, accurate TTL phase detection autofocus. Newly enhanced Object Tracking AF keeps faces or other selected objects in sharp focus .

Shooting speed:  Canon 600D features DIGIC 4 image processor and have Continuous shooting speed of 3.7 fps, Nikon D5100 comes with Expeed 2 image processor and have shooting Continuous shooting speed of 4 fps

Sony A57 comes with newly developed advance BIONZ image processor and can shoot 8 megapixel still at 12 fps with continuous auto focus and auto exposure with fixed aperture.

Video: Canon offers Full HD at three selectable frame rates, HD at 60 and 50 fps,  but no AF  available during Video mode,

Nikon D5100 offers AF during video mode and three selectable frame rate at Full HD and 30, 25, 24 fps at HD video recording, no 60 fps option available at Full HD and HD video mode.

The Sony A57 have AF during video recording, manual controls in video mode and uses the latest AVCHD 2.0 codec for video recording, Full HD resolution movies can be captured with 60p and 24p frame rate.

Battery life etc, Nikon D5100 have light-weight body with longer battery life.

The Price
Nikon D5100 is most affordable and available at $699 at Amazon,
Canon 600D / T3i available at $749 at Amazon and
Sony A57 available at $799 with Amazon.

High ISO Image Comparison below. Image Credit:

Image comparison of Sony A57 vs Canon 600D vs Nikon D5100 @ ISO 1600

Image comparison of Sony A57 vs Canon 600D vs Nikon D5100 @ ISO 3200

Image comparison of Sony A57 vs Canon 600D vs Nikon D5100 @ ISO 6400

Image comparison of Sony A57 vs Canon 600D vs Nikon D5100 @ ISO 12800

Conclusion: The Noise performance is almost same, Canon 600D gives your bit more resolution  and Nikon D5100 and Sony A57 features better AF and Video mode.

Nikon D3200 vs. Nikon D5100

Nikon D3200 is recently announced by Nikon , Nikon D3200 is a successor to the popular Nikon D3100 DSLR camera but the price tag of Nikon D3200 is similar to Nikon D5100, so the question is Which DSLR should you buy?, Nikon D3200 or Nikon D5100, read the comparison review below and find out your answer.
Now it’s time to see difference between the core specification of Nikon D5100 and D3200.

Sensor size, Megapixel and ISO range :  Nikon D3200 features 24.2 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and Nikon D5100 features 16.2 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, but we know that BIG photodiodes creates LESS NOISE, The size of the photodiode has a big impact on the dynamic range and low light performance of a DSLR.


ISO Range: Both have a APS-C CMOS sensor and same standard ISO range of 100-6400, but with Nikon D5100 ISO is expandable up to 25600, Nikon D3200 is limited to 12800 only.

Image Processor: The D3200 comes with Expeed three (3) image processor,  more fast compared to Expeed 2 used in Nikon D5100, but the fps or Continuous shooting speed of both the DSLR is similar, but remember  with Nikon D3200 you are getting 4 fps @ 24 Mp and with Nikon D5100 you are getting 4 fps @ 16 Mp.


Video: Full HD frame per second speed of both the DSLR is similar, but due to fast image processor the Nikon D3200 offers 50 / 60 frame per second while recording HD quality movies.

With Nikon D3200 and D5100 you can use external mic to improve the audio quality, The one other note is there is no headphone output in Nikon D3200 or Nikon D5100 so you can’t monitor what is coming into the camera.


NEW FEATURE in Nikon D3200: WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter , for remote shooting and sharing files.

with the help of new WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter you can share your images with your android Smartphone and Tablet, the WU-1a Wireless  Mobile Adapter  also features remote shooting function with live-view display, It helps you to capture your image from a distance. Compatible OSs: Android 2.3 series (smartphone); Android 3.x series (tablet)

Both (Nikon D3200 & Nikon D5100) DSLR Offer Similar Screen Information Display

Various kinds of shooting information can be shown in the information display. For the display design Both Nikon D3200 and D5100 offers similar options – Classic or Graphic. Furthermore, the background color of the display can be selected according to the body color.

Sensor Cleaning:

Nikon D5100 and Nikon D3200 creates Vibrations at multiple different resonant frequencies are used to reduce dust on the low-pass filter. This function is automatically activated each time the camera is turned on and off. It can also be activated from the menu. Airflow Control System to prevent dust from degrading images

In Camera Guide: Unlike the D3200, there is no Guide mode on the Nikon D5100.

Display: Nikon D5100 display is better, you get vari-angle display with D5100 but with D3200 you display unit is fixed.

Battery Life: Nikon D5100 battery life is better, with Nikon D5100 you can capture approx 660 shots per charge but with Nikon D3200 you can capture only 540 shots per charge.


Buy Nikon D5100 if you want better ISO range, vari-angle Display screen and Battery Life,

Buy Nikon D3200 if you want a More resolution, better HD mode,  remote shooting & sharing option with In-Camera Guide.

 Buy Nikon D3200 from Amazon || Nikon D5100 from Amazon

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Firmware Update: Nikon D5100 & D7000

Nikon D5100 vs Nikon D7000Nikon Firmware Update for Nikon D5100 and Nikon D7000, the latest firmware update address a number of issues including error recognizing some memory cards and fix various bugs.

D5100 Firmware Update 1.01 – Download here

D7000 Firmware Update A 1.02, B 1.03 – Download here

Pre-order Nikon 50mm f/1.8G AF-S Lens at Amazon

New Nikon 50mm f/1.8G AF-S Lens Available at Amazon @ $219.00, The new FX format 50mm f/1.8G AF-S can also be used with DX format camera like Nikon D3100 and D5100.

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