Nikon announced the latest addition to its moment capturing family,the D52000 SLR. Much of the design of the New "Baby" is derived from the D3200 and the semi-pro D7000. The high-resolution 24.1 megapixel DX-format shares its imaging sensor with the D3200, which offers picture quality photos.
The D7000 must be applauded for contributing a 39-point autofocus system and a 2016 pixel RGB metering sensor. What separates the D5200 from its brothers is the 3-inch pixel title-and-swivel-capable LCD screen and its fine ability to shoot at 1080p.
Nikon blessed its new "baby" with a high frame rate 60i/50i mode that should give smoother video capturing under most circumstances. Nikon also decided to add the same expeed 3 processor that can be found in the D600,D800 and the D4 DSLR, which results in fast image processing and there is no waiting for photos to save from the buffer if you're shooting.