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Nikon New Entry Level DSLR is Coming

In official financial results presentation Nikon mentioned that a new entry level DSLR camera is under-development, The up-coming entry level DSLR will sit behind the Nikon D3200 / D3100 / D3xxx series DSLRs.

In the second line we can see the Nikon mirrorless section is hardly hit by the low sales report and last point talks about the decrease in the sales of small sensor / compact camera, Nikon market share is expanding but the sales volume is going down due to increase in the sales of camera smartphones.

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Nikon D7100 vs Nikon D5200

Nikon D7100 vs Nikon D5200Nikon D7100 vs Nikon D5200 – Both features 24Mp sensor but which one should you buy? Take a look at the major specification review below and find out your answer,

Nikon D7100 vs Nikon D5200

Image Sensor & Processor:

Both features almost same size sensor, megapixel, and expeed 3 image processor, so no difference here.
Optical low pass filter (OLPF) is no longer used in D7100, on the other hand Nikon D5200 uses Optical low pass filter, so with D7100 you get more more clarity and detail from 24 Mp Sensor.

Advance AF System in D7100

The D7100 features Nikon’s professionally proven and lightning-fast 51-point AF system, with a new Multi-CAM 3500DX AF module of Nikon D300. For additional precision, 15 of the 51 AF points are cross-type, and the center point is functional at f/8, giving DX photographers an additional telephoto advantage when using a teleconverter.

Nikon D5200 uses Multi-CAM 4800 DX AF module of Nikon D7000, less AF points and less AF detection range compared to D7100.
Nikon D7100 vs D5200

 ISO

With Nikon D7100 you get ISO 50 to 25600, so without OPLF the images explode with more clarity and detail to take full advantage of the 24.1-megapixel resolution sensor.

Shutter

You get more range with Nikon D7100

Continuous shooting Speed

D7100 is more fast compared to D5200

Display

Nikon D7100 features big 3.2″ high res display unit.

Rugged Design

Only D7100 features Environmentally Sealed Body

D7100 vs D5200 back

Other features

Rapid Response and Operation shutter lag is nearly imperceptible with a release time lag of 0.052 second (CIPA).
1.3x Crop Mode – innovative mode, shooters will gain an extra telephoto boost (2X), and a boost in burst speed to seven fps, with 15.4- megapixel resolution.

Conclusion – Winner Nikon D7100

  • Nikon D7100 have no Optical Low pass filter
  • Bit Broad ISO Range
  • Advance AF system
  • More shutter range and Fast top Continuous shooting speed
  • 1.3X Crop mode
  • Better Display
  • Rugged Design

Nikon D7100 will cost you more but features excellent core specification for semi-pro or pro users.

Buy Nikon D7100 from Amazon | B&H


Also see
Nikon D7100 vs Nikon D7000
Nikon D7100 vs Nikon D3200

Leaked Images of Nikon Android Compact Camera

Press Images of Nikon S800c Compact Camera with Android OS surfaced over the web today, the camera rumored to have 3.5-inch OLED display and run Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and features 25-250mm zoom lens. The Nikon S800c also features GPS for geo-tagging, Wi-Fi for easy uploading and access to social media.

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Nikon D3200 Leaked Specification

Nikon D3100

Image of Nikon D3100 DSLR

According to latest rumors the Nikon D3200 will have a 24.2 Mp sensor, many new in-camera functions for editing and retouching photos and the expected announcement date of Nikon D3200 is April, 2012.

See more Nikon D800 and Nikon D3200 Rumors

Nikon D5100 Recommended Lenses

The lens that Nikon gives with your camera 18-55mm is a very good and sharp lens, Now the question is How to choose your next Nikkor lens ?: what kind of photos do you want to take? Read our recommended lens article and get your answer,

Recommended Portrait lens for D5100
Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX Lens, Best and affordable all purpose prime lens for Nikon D5100 , this lens is prime lens(non-zoom) and more faster and sharp than the basic kit lens. the 35 mm lens gives you a classic 35mm format and you can use this lens for street photography, for shooting a family event or single / group portraits.
The good – Excellent image quality.
35mm price – $199.00(approx) Buy it from Amazon || $199.95(approx) at  B&H

Nikon 50mm f/1.8G AF-S
Nikon 50mm is a FX format lens and will act as 75mm lens in your Nikon D5100 DSLR (due to 1.5X crop factor), the lens gives you a very less working area but highly recommended if you want to shoot professional looking portrait with your DX format camera.
Nikon 50mm lens price – $229 Buy it from Amazon | $216 (approx) at B&H

 

 

Recommended Zoom Lens for D5100

Nikon 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED IF AF-S DX VR The Best Zoom lens available under $250(street price), the images are sharp and VR (Image Stabilization) works perfectly.
The Good – from Price POV the lens is sharper and a excellent performer, Drawback – Auto Focus is bit slow .
55-200mm Price – Available Under $250, Buy it from Amazon || Price: $224.95 at
B&H

Nikon 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED IF AF-S VR Nikkor Zoom Lens, Auto focus is faster than 55-200mm VR lens, very low or no Chromatic aberration even at 300mm, This lens is remarkably flare resistant and Bokeh quality excellent at f/8 (aperture).
The good – Very good optics and VR works perfectly, Drawback of this lens are same as other zoom lenses, Images taken at 300mm images are bit soft.
Nikon 70-300mm Price - $549.00, Buy it from Amazon || Price: $519.95 at
B&H

Travel Lens – Nikon 18-200mm VR
This lens covers all your requirements from wide to standard zoom lens, the optics is really very good and good for outdoor use.
The Good – Very good optics and covers a very good range. Drawback? In low light you need a good flash, some minor distortions, A bit expensive and heavy.
18-200mm price -Available Under $850 at Amazon || Price: $799.95 at B&H

Nikon P500

Nikon P500 is a powerful 36X optical Zoom camera with 12.2 MP(1/2.3-in) CMOS Sensor, ISO sensitivity upto 3200 and records full HD movies (1920 X 1080 pixels) with stereo sound.

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Main Features

1. A 36X optical zoom NIKKOR lens that covers a broad range of focal lengths from wide-angle 22.5mm through super-telephoto 810mm (equivalent with 35mm [135] format)
The camera’s 36× zoom NIKKOR lens covers an incredible range of focal lengths from 22.5mm to 810mm (both equivalent with 35mm [135] format). So, not only is it capable of capturing wide-angle shots, but it also offers the highest optical zoom power in the history of the COOLPIX brand. Despite the amazing capability of the lens, the camera body is still small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.

2. Three functions that ensure superior image quality in both still images and movies, even at super telephoto zoom positions Backside illumination CMOS sensor
As light is more effectively received by the image sensor, even images captured at the maximum sensitivity setting of ISO 3200 exhibit significantly less noise.

New EXPEED C2 dual image processors
Processing to correct a variety of types of aberration and to reduce noise enables recording of beautiful, high-resolution still images and clear full-HD movies.
Image sensor shift + electronic vibration reduction (VR) function
Images captured with image sensor shift vibration reduction enabled are further processed with electronic VR for images that are sharper and exhibit less blur.

3. Full HD movie recording function with support for the capture of still pictures during recording
The camera is equipped with functions for recording full HD movies (1920 X 1080 pixels) with stereo sound. The entire optical zoom range, up to 36X, can be used and still images can be captured during recording. In addition, the P500 offers the same HS Movie function available with the P300. With the P500, users can enable and disable the HS Movie feature during recording of normal movies to emphasize determining moments, such as when a runner crosses the goal line, with slow-motion playback of portions recorded with HS Movie enabled. Full HD movies recorded with the camera can be played back on a TV with an HDMI connector, and the camera’s support for the CEC feature for HDMI enables playback control using the TV’s remote control.

4. A variety of shooting functions that enable capture of photos as intended
The camera is equipped with a number of shooting and in-camera image editing functions that allow users to enjoy mastering the camera with manual operations. In addition to [P] programmed auto, [A] aperture-priority auto, [S] shutter-priority auto, and [M] manual exposure modes, the camera offers a number of features that can be combined for maximum flexibility in expressing individual user creativity. Among these features are 8-fps high-speed continuous shooting at the maximum image size (12M 4000 X 3000), Filter Effects that can be applied with image playback, and an Easy Panorama function for capturing horizontal or vertical panorama photos.
Filter Effects:
Easily apply filter effects to photos already taken without using a computer. Soft, Selective Color, Cross Screen, Fisheye, Miniature Effect and Painting options are available.
Easy Panorama:
Easily create dynamic vertical or horizontal panorama photos. Angle of view can be selected from 180° (normal) and 360° (wide). The user need simply move the camera in the desired direction using the guides displayed, and the camera automatically recognizes the direction in which shots should progress. Multiple shots are then combined in a single panorama photo.

5. Bright and clear 3-inch, approximately 921k-dot tilting TFT LCD monitor with wide viewing angle
Monitor display is bright and clear, making viewing images and applying settings easy, even under sunny skies or in rooms where light is reflected in the monitor. The high-resolution monitor accurately reproduces even the finest details in photos for more precise viewing, and the tilting mechanism supports shooting from a variety of angles. In addition, the expanded color reproduction range covers a broader range of colors for reproduction of almost the entire sRGB gamut.

6. User friendly operational controls
A new continuous shooting mode button has been positioned next to the shutter-release button to enable quick switching between Single and Continuous settings in P, S, A and M exposure modes. In addition, by positioning the side zoom control on the side of the lens, the camera can be held more securely with shooting, effectively reducing blur.

Are You Passionate About Photography?

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A global leader in photography, Nikon Inc. is offering passionate photographers the chance to go on an exclusive photo excursion with one of National Geographic’s renowned professional photographers. It’s part of the Nikon Aspire Sweepstakes, with the lucky winner also receiving a new Nikon digital camera and tips from a Nikon product specialist.

Eligibility: open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States (and the District of Columbia)
who are at least twenty one (21) years old at the time of entry

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