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A limited entry-level model. the D5200 came out in November 2012. Not meant for rigorous use, it is an F-mount DSLR camera with a newly developed 24.1-megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor. With an excellent 39 points autofocus system, it is a compact camera with all basic features packed into its sleek body. Check out Nikon D5200 price in Pakistan, its pros and cons as well as a short review.

Pros & Cons


  • Compact

  • 5fps burst rate

  • Low image noise

  • Supports Wifi & GPS

  • Gives value for money

  • Great graphic user interface

  • Great image & video quality

  • Excellent 39 point AF system


  • Average battery life

  • Slow and noisy kit lens

  • Lacks touchscreen & autofocus motor

  • No headphone port for audio monitoring

  • Not fully compatible with older Nikon lenses


Design & Sensor

Nikon D5200 offers more control and features than the entry-level and cheaper D3200 but slightly lags behind the rivalling and expensive D7100. It comes with an average-sized viewfinder that isn't as bright or large as the ones in the rivalling cameras but works well enough to replace its predecessor, the D5100. It features a 3 inches Vari-angle TFT-LCD on the rear that swivels and tilts for convenient shooting from various perspectives. The viewfinder has 95% frame coverage with 0.78x magnification. Nikon D5200 uses a 24.1 MP DX CMOS sensor, capable of shooting high-quality photos and Full-HD videos. One of the downsides to the screen is that it is not equipped with a touchscreen while the rivalling cameras like the Canon 650D come with a highly responsive touchscreen.

Processor & Performance

D5200 is thankfully capable enough for an entry-level camera. It comes with an Expeed 3 processor and lets you shoot at a maximum ISO sensitivity of 6400. Nikon D5200 features manual exposure controls, autofocus, manual audio recording levels, built-in stereo microphone as well as an external microphone jack. It uses SD/SDHC/SDXC cards for storing data and can take 500 images on a single charge. 

Connectivity & Sharing

Nikon D5200 makes use of the Wu-1a wireless adapter allowing for images to be shared online to email systems or social networks through your smartphone or tablet.


Sensor 24.1 MP DX CMOS
Viewfinder 95% frame coverage, 0.78x magnification
Screen 3 inches Vari-angle TFT-LCD
Autofocus 39 point AF system
Processor Expeed 3
ISO Sensitivity ISO 100 - 6400
Highest Video Recording High-quality HD modes
Burst Rate 5fps
Battery Life 500 shots
Dimensions 5.1 in. x 3.9 in. x 3.1 in.
Weight 505 g
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