Product Reviews (9)
I bought this after my D5100 was stolen. I love this camera, it's basically the same as my 5100 but with a larger print size due to the 24MP image.
By James on Adorama - Apr 30, 2013
Great Camera for lowest price
I have the D5100 gave to my niece which a good camera. I use this camera as camera that hard to photograph. like over the head of a peoples. or go low without getting dirty. has many special effect that i can't do on my other camera(my D800). This D5200 i
By Ron D on Adorama - Jun 12, 2013
A Really Good Camera
This camera kit was a really great investment. The camera works great and is very easy to operate. Came with complete instructions and several DVD's with a course in photography and taking better pictures. This was one of the best deals I have made lately
By dandotoo on Adorama - May 30, 2013
I love it! I wish I could keep it, but it is a gift. Well, I had two weeks to play with it.
By Marisha on Adorama - Apr 2, 2013
great camera, great image quality
As a hobby photographer this camera is the pinnacle that will challenge me for a year to come.. Full size sensor is a great experience to shoot with.
By Rupert the racer on Adorama - Mar 19, 2013
cheap And Nice
Strengths: I like this camera, i got mine form this site -tho http://www.pcimmediate.com/search.php?search_query=Canon EOS 60D 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 3.0-Inch&x=28&y=2
Not bad for tourism and stuff at all
By choice11 - Feb 20, 2013
great, with flimsey build.
Light, easy to carry. Great travel camera. Almost fool proof.
By Markie Pie on Adorama - Feb 5, 2013
Nikon D5200 (with 18-55mm lens, Black)
THE GOOD: With excellent photo and video quality for its class, a fluid shooting design and solid feature set the Nikon D5200 delivers a lot for the money. THE BAD: Though it has no significant flaws, the lack of an autofocus motor in the body limits your lens-selection flexibility, THE BOTTOM LINE: The Nikon D5200 makes a great choice for family and vacation photographers.
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By cnet.com - Feb 13, 2013
Nikon D5200 Review
The Nikon D5200 may technically be geared for "advanced beginners" -- boasting an easy-to-use design and relatively affordable price -- but it also carries a considerable amount of photographic power. The digital SLR captures exceptional photos that rival those taken by more higher-end cameras, even in low light, thanks to its sophisticated 24.1-megapixel sensor and imaging processor. Add in Full...
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By Imaging Resource - Jun 14, 2013