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First, a word of warning: Ken Rockwell is a bit of a loose cannon on deck, so take it all with a grain of salt:
I wouldn’t pay $800 for a D5200 when I can get the pretty much identical Nikon D5100 for half the price. I don’t see anything significant to make it worthwhile to throw more money at the newer D5200.
December 15th, 2012 is the magic date we have all been waiting for.
If you read japanese, you cat get it straight from Nikon here;
I don’t know why we have not mentioned this before, but wikipedia has a page on the D5200 as well!
It is a cool and objective as it can possibly get.
Nikon has not only gone DSLR crazy this year, but also megapixel mad. And we mean that in a good way. The latest Nikon D5200 model – which Pocket-lint was on hand to try out at a pre-launch event – features a brand new 24-megapixel APS-C sensor at its core.
DPreview has has a look at the Nikon D5200, and they have a lot to say bout it.
“The D5200 is, of course, also under pressure from small, simple-to-use mirrorless mirrorless cameras, that are encroaching ever more onto SLR territory. Its AF system should be its trump card here, at least if you’re interested in shooting rapidly-moving subjects, as mirrorless cameras generally struggle with focus tracking. Of course this advantage only holds while you’re using the optical viewfinder.
Overall though the D5200 looks like it should be a perfectly pleasant and capable little SLR, offering a specification that wouldn’t have looked out of place on a top-end SLR only a few years ago. We’re looking forward to getting it into our studio to see if it lives up to its promise.”
Full review at DPREVIEW
The simple asnwer is : NO
This means that old lenses with no focus-motor will not autofocus. This includes lenses like the 80-400, the old 50mm 1.4, the old 84mm 1.8 and a lot of other older lenses.
In general, if the lens has a f-stop control ring, it’s not for the Nikon D5200.
How do you recognise one of these lenses? Look at this lens, the 50mm 1.4D
the inner ring (closest to the camera when mounted) has these numbers on it:
16 – 11- 8 – 5,6 -4 – 2,8 -1,4
This is a NO-NO for the D5200. It is also a sign that the lens is old, from the last millennium!
So much boring data to compare. Why bother, we have done it! If you do not like reading it all that is.. here they are, one and one area:
D7000: Weather-sealed metal and plastic
The D7000 wins.
New is best