Nikon announced the new D5200 DSLR at CES, evolving the D5100 to include a more powerful 24 megapixel sensor, the EXPEED 3 image processing engine, and powerful low light performance.
Pictured above, the D5200 has 39-point autofocus, 5FPS continuous shooting, and a smart new sensor. It supports both HDR modes and Active D-lighting, as well as offering 16 scene modes, and a scene auto selector. Nikon now offers real-time special effects, so you can see image enhancements as you shoot.
The other cool feature is the optional WiFi dongle; attach it and you can pair with your home WiFi network, your smartphone, or your computer, automatically uploading shots, or using your tablet or smartphone as a remote screen.
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