Nikon D5200 Black SLR Digital Camera Kit w/ 18-105 mm Lens

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When you started that online storefront to sell your arts and crafts you had no idea it would take off so quickly. Now people are spreading the word and the world wants better pictures of your wares. Looks like you might be in the market for a new camera. After all, images are your store's virtual display window. So a camera like the Nikon D5200 digital SLR, with its large, light-gathering 24-megapixel sensor, tack-sharp autofocus performance, and sophisticated video production options is tailor-made for getting your message — and talent — out in front of your legions of digital fans.


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Product Title: Nikon D5200 Black SLR Digital Camera Kit w/ 18-105 mm Lens

Manufacturer: Nikon

Lowest Price: $929.99 from 42nd Street Photo

Power Score: 4.2 | 6 Reviews


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Great Camera Lens Combo

Large file size and full of all the features that you will need.

By Photoartist on Adorama - Jul 30, 2013

Very nice camers

Bought to upgrade from a D40x. Easy to use camera. Only fault I find is the body is a little small. I find myself accidently changing the focus point by hitting the multi-selector pad with my thumb. Perhaps I simply have "fat fingers.

By Bob on Adorama - Jul 20, 2013

Great camera, but not for me

It's a good camera for the price, but more expensive in the long run as all the lenses have to have a focus motor. I decided to go with d7100 instead and open up more doors for the future.

By Tanya on Adorama - Jul 7, 2013

Good addition to Pro Gear

I bought this camera in addition to my D800 and D3s. Sometimes the alternative to not bringing expensive camera gear is to not bring a camera at all or to bring a point and shoot camera, with which I find results often disappointing. The D5200 is the perf

By The wolf on Adorama - Jun 18, 2013

Outstanding camera

It's difficult not to use too many superlatives about my new Nikon D5200. For me, the size, weight and balance are precisely what I prefer - it feels solid when I shoot, but not so heavy as to be oppressive to carry around. The build-quality seems excelle

By AlleghenyJ on Adorama - Jun 12, 2013

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