11 April 2011

Nikon D5100, New DSLR Camera

Nikon D5100 has a 16.2-megapixel sensor, and the LCD screen can be adjusted, continuous auto-focus in movie mode, a maximum ISO 25,600, and the new Special Effect mode with four filters that work well to capture still images or video / film.

Nikon D5100 Price is $ 800 which is a renewal D5000 series price $ 630 that was originally released in April 2009. D5100 Specification is between D3100 ($ 700) and D7000 ($ 1200) between the Nikon lineup. This camera combines features of both models and has several creative modes and filters for beginners.

D5100 has the same ISO range (100-6400, expandable up to 25 600) and 16.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, 23.3 by 15.6mm as D7000. In continuous shooting mode, D5100 can capture up to 4 frames per second (fps). Weighing 18 ounces, the body is light and small D5100 as D3100.

New features in D5100 is largely aimed at users who want to record a video / movie with their DSLR. This camera can capture movies at a resolution of 1080p and 720p at 24 or 30 fps. LCD screen size 3-inch, 921,000-dot density can be flipped out and tilted up to 170 degrees, which can be used on movie mode and Live View. Special Effect mode camera provides users with four filters that can be applied to the film and still images: Selective Color, Color Sketch, tilt-shift effect, and Night Vision, which increases the ISO to 102 400.

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