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Nikon D5100 Unboxing Video, Hands on Pictures + Samples

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Nikon D5100 Unboxing Video, Hands on Pictures + Samples

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We got the Nikon D5100 to play around with so Check out our full Unboxing Video. Followed by sample shots and product pictures.

 

 

Product Pictures

 

Sample Pictures

 

SPECIFICATION

 

  • DX 16 MP CMOS sensor (1.5x crop factor)
  • Normal ISO 100-6400 * (can be raised to ISO 25 600)
  • 4 fps Burst
  • Full HD 1080p movie, 30 fps, H.264 AVCHD
  • Auto focus while recording video
  • Vari-angle LCD
  • 3-inch 921 thousand pixels resolution
  • Finder cov. 95% with a magnification of 0.78 x
  • Flash sync 1 / 200 sec
  • 11 point AF
  • 420 pixels RGB
  • Quiet shutter mode
  • Bracketing and HDR in camera (not in D3100)
  • EXPEED 2 (14 bit)
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Bharat Nagpal
Founder and Chief Editor of iGyaan. Bharat likes to keep on top of technology ! Follow Him on Google Plus : Google+
  • keekimaru2

    A good choice for a DSLR without breaking the bank,Nikon
    D5100 16.2MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 3-Inch Vari-Angle LCD Monitor For
    those interested in HDR photography, this camera does have an auto bracketing
    feature which can be used in conjunction with the self timer, allowing for
    hands free operation (granted you have a tripod.) However, you can only do one
    image over and one image under exposed using this option, and the timer (or
    auto bracketing) have to be reset after each series of images due to the assign
    button only having the capability of one feature being assigned to it at a
    time.
    Read More : http://webcamerawebcamera.com/detail.php?id_detail=78

  • suresh kumar

    i Want to buy a DSLR camera,i confused between brands can u suggest
    Which camera is best canon,nikon or sony

  • Vaibhav

    Nice to see igyaan taking the initiative to review cameras finally. However, even though this video was a general “overview” and not an “in-depth” video, in the comparison section, you just showed the similarities and not the differences. And yes, all entry level DSLRs do have a pop-up flash and both these cameras definitely fall under the “entry-level” category and not “semi-pro”!

    • Abhinavgarg

      hey i wanna buy a dslr below 25k…so can u suggest me one…. m lukin forward to nikon 3000..howz it…

  • Murtuza

    wats d MRP ?