Nikon’s D5100 DSLR: Swivel-LCD, In-Camera HD Movie Filters, $800

DSLR war continues, and Nikon have taken the lead against the Canon today announced the D5100, which more than the result similarly priced Canon T3i properties. It is a swivel LCD, we saw ended in March, and glasses, the Nikon Romania sent by mistake today seems exactly have. Here are the vital statistics (full specs are on the bottom of the post) are:

  • 16 megapixel APS-C sensor
  • 3 “640 x 480 (921K dot) rotating and pivoting LCD
  • ISO 100-6400 (expandable to 25 600)
  • HD 1080/720 @ 24/30p
  • The camera effects films
  • Available in “mid April” for $ 799.95 or $ 899.95 with kit lens
Only the tests show the performance, of course, but the Nikon seems to be its image sensor and processor to be leaning pretty hard here, so I guess they are confident that this model has.
New camera effects films story was convincing when I first read it, but it was because
I thought it was alive. But no, you can just use the effects after the shot. If it were a life, it would be a killer, but it is I do not really trust the camera to serious color correction or effects, especially for high-definition video, in which the data are so important and are positive effects really do.
I would have frame rates you want more videos. I’m not sure how unfair the different standards, but it would be nice to at least 48 and 60fps available. Otherwise, I would recommend removal of the Nikon “D” branding “of the films, because the” D “is certainly not associated with Nikon to many consumers, and anyway, it makes your movies sound worse than the B-movies.
Then there are the ridiculous “Night Vision” mode, which increases the ISO 102,400th So really to buy. It is four times the maximum ISO increased in normal mode. If you can not take a decent shot at 25 600, you need to think about the lens and lighting setup. That is, test only if the space is a joke or something really useful.
Here are the full specs as the curious:

How is it to compare T3i? “Yes, but it is not by KO. Canon has 18 megapixels, but it really shows care. Test that offers the image quality and ISO differences (I doubt Nikon would require this step), but the Canon also more video frame rates – the display is a little more high-resolution (720 x 480) We’ll see if I can get the two stations in the real comparison, in the meantime I’ll keep an eye on a photo-centric Web sites and update, though. I see something interesting.

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