The Nikon D5200 was just reviewed. This entry-level DSLR is the first of its kind to feature a 39-point autofocus system, making it uniquely well suited for sports and action photography, something which was only found on much higher-end DSLR cameras until now.
The D5200 is an upgrade to the externally identical D5100 with a 24 megapixels CMOS sensor capable of 5 FPS continuous shooting and a maximum expanded ISO sensitivity of 25600. There is also a black&white Night Vision mode that captures images up to ISO 102400! As all modern DSLRs, the D5200 shoots full 1080p HD video. This one adds stereo sound from a built-in microphone or an external audio-source.
Read Neocamera’s express review of the Nikon D5200 to find out how it performs. Do not forget to check out the sample images to see how it performs in real-world situation.