Review of Nikon D5100 DSLR Camera

Released on 5 April 2011, the Nikon D5100 camera is the latest product from Nikon which is supposed as to replace its predecessor the Nikon D5000. The D5100 comes with an AF-S 18-55mm VR lens, and is equipped with an of sixteen. 2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor with 14-bit quality. It is additionally features full 1080 pixels HD video method, full time autofocus up to 30 fps, and 4 frames per second of continuous shooting. This kind of camera can be considered as the smaller, brighter, and cheaper version of Nikon D7000. Professional photography enthusiasts might opt for D7000 version due to the excellent features, but if you are just starting to learn digital picture taking, Nikon D5100 would make a great and less expensive alternative since both cams share equal outstanding technological image quality. Images in BASIC JPG shot by the D5100 ranges from 600 kB to 2. 3 MB which rely upon the texture, contrast, and sharpness of the item. Best Product Reviews

Thanks a lot to its 3. zero inch, ultra sharp, 921, 000-dot Vari-angle LCD screen, you can capture videos or take pictures from any angle. For more artistic results, you can choose some of the special results available on the Results Mode such as Picky Color (to isolate particular colour of the landscape you capture), Night Eye-sight (to capture details in dark places), High Major (to create bright yet glowing images filled with atmosphere), Low Key (to emphasize the ambiance of a scene), Miniature Result (to make the field resemble a miniature level model), and Color Drawing (to create color put together of still objects performed in a slide show). 

Movie making is made easy thanks to the ergonomically put Live Look at and Movie start button. The Nikon D5100 also incorporates a built-in microphone. On the other hand, for better sound quality, you will need to get an additional Nikon ME-1 Stereo Microphone. When you come across a picture with extreme contrast such as bright clouds against deeply shadowed woods, you can find no more problems in capturing the image. With the latest High Active Range technology, you can incorporate two extreme exposures in rich color marche with less noise. Thanks a lot to its EXPEED 2 image processing engine and 16. 2MP DX-format CMOS sensor, the D5100 can deliver excellent image quality. With its broad 90 to 6400 ISO range, you can capture videos and take pictures at faster shutter speeds with less blur and noises. If you would like more expanded view from your Nikon D5100, you can buy NIKKOR interchangeable contacts that are sold separately.