Which is the best Nikon DX camera for your needs? Our extensive Nikon D5500 vs D5300 vs D5200 vs D5100 comparison looks at what each camera can offer.
The new Nikon D5300 and D5100 and D5200 are all now intriguing options in Nikon’s DX DSLR range, but which is best for your needs? Our extensive Nikon D5300 vs D5100 vs D5200 comparison looks at what each camera can offer.
The Nikon Hack team have removed the video recording time limitation for the Nikon D5100, D3100, and D7000.
Yesterday we shared video comparison of two leading Nikon DSLRs, the Nikon D3200 vs D3100, and discussed some of the key differences between these two entry-level DSLRs in the Nikon range. Given the Nikon D3200’s impressive specs we thought we would take this idea step further – quite literally – and compare the D3200 to another popular camera a little bit higher in the manufacturer’s line-up with a Nikon D3200 vs D5100 comparison.
Here’s a Nikon DSLR tip you perhaps didn’t know… All Nikon DSLRs will show what aperture you’re using (‘F11’ or f/11 in the example above).
However, the Nikon D3000, D3100, D5000 and D5100 can also give you a graphical depiction of the aperture on their information displays.