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|10-18-2013 07:09 AM|
Kept trying and Got the Deal
I had Canon S90 P&S camera which has all the SLR features. Canon makes great cameras.
|10-15-2013 12:16 PM|
|10-15-2013 12:04 PM|
This guy is a huge Nikon fan, watch what he says about both.
Look at second video (part 2) down, it explains video mid way... (3:25 an on)
I own a D5200 (which wipes the floor of both above) and also own a Canon 110HS. So I am no way a fan boy for either company.
The reason why I went with the D5200 over the D5100 was because of reviews like this.
I hope this helps....
|10-15-2013 11:29 AM|
|10-14-2013 09:03 PM|
|omz||does anyone know how to get a FREE shutter count?|
|10-14-2013 06:21 PM|
|10-14-2013 06:13 PM|
|hjm1231||looks like it's in stock but the price isn't changing in the cart|
|10-14-2013 12:10 PM|
|esskay||Damn Canon... they must have limited the quantity at the discounted price. The sale is over now, and magically everything's back in stock!! :/|
|10-13-2013 08:03 PM|
I ordered this back at the end of August and started using mine last month. I'm really enjoying it. I've taken some pictures, but my primary use is video and it's definitely more than gotten the job done.
|10-13-2013 07:32 PM|
I disagree. 60 FPS looks great for action shots.
|10-13-2013 07:25 PM|
|10-13-2013 11:47 AM|
|srini28||Is this deal dead? Says out of stock...|
|10-12-2013 10:53 PM|
I thought it was ironic and tossed that link into the cauldron...
I'll leave it as an exercise for the reader to determine the relative value of the info.
|10-11-2013 07:01 PM|
Price is a big thing.
'Advantages' of the D5200.. in camera HDR (canon has an option to take 3+ exposures automatically for HDR blending in post, btw), larger sensor, higher megapixels, startup delay, boost iso, smaller/lighter, battery life, available lenses.. all pretty insignificant in the grand scheme of things.
The noteworthy advantages of the D5200: Video autofocus, more focus points, more cross type focus points, faster shots (5fps vs 3.7, though not a HUGE deal).
Is this worth the extra money? That's really up to the buyer. Autofocus during video is really only significant for people looking to shoot *basic* video, touristy type stuff. If you're serious at all about cinematography, you'll be pulling manual focus.
I've had my T3i for over a year. The body is generally the less expensive part of owning a DSLR (if you're serious about photography). Lenses are where the real cost comes in. PS: Even on a DSLR, good video is hard to get. You generally have to use tripods and roller rigs for stability during shots, and really know what you're doing when it comes to lighting, framing the scene, selecting lenses, and pulling focus.
|10-11-2013 06:48 PM|
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