Nikon D5200 Photos

January 9, 2013 | Mark Goldstein | 13 Comments | |
Nikon D5200 Photos Image

Ahead of our full review, here are 53 sample JPEG photos and a 1080p movie taken with a final production version of the new Nikon D5200 DSLR camera, including the full ISO range.

The Nikon D5200 is a 24.1 megapixel APS-C DSLR camera featuring a new EXPEED 3 image processor, ISO range of 100-6400 which is extendable to 25600, 3-inch vari-angle LCD monitor, Fulll 1080p HD movies, 5fps burst shooting, 39-point AF system, 2,016-pixel RGB metering sensor, the Scene Recognition System and a new generation GUI Design.

A gallery of 53 JPEG photos and a movie taken with the Nikon D5200 DSLR camera.

Nikon D5200 JPEG Images

Nikon D5200 Movie

This is a sample movie at the quality setting of 1920x1080 at 50 frames per second. Please note that this 17 second movie is 48.4Mb in size.

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#1 Chris Bryant

What, a few 24 mega pixel images with blown out highlights. No thanks.

CAMERA MAKERS: Instead of stuffing more and more pixels into a sensor, please do something about the low dynamic range. OK, so it is painfully and slowly getting better, but it is something that should have been sorted years ago. (I exclude Fuji because they have already sorted this with the X100)


Yeah! and you DON’T need bloody 24 bloody megapixels.

1:20 pm - Thursday, January 10, 2013

#2 mikael risedal


The D800 has 14 stops DR, sensor made by Sony
if you will learn something go to
and read about DR, QE FWC etc etc

and the old Fuji X100 has the same sensor as in Nikon D90, made by Sony


5:36 pm - Thursday, January 10, 2013

#3 mihalakis

Is there something wrong with the camera or the lens? As an owner of d5000 I was expecting much better quality from such a new camera. Photos taken with iso 800 and up lack vibrance and contrast to my eye, and they are quite noisy. There are a lot of blown highlights, and the lens seems terribly uanble to resolve high detail from base iso. In 100% zoom photos look blurry, and chromatic aberrations appear

6:52 pm - Thursday, January 10, 2013

#4 Mike

A lot more purple fringing in high contrast situations than I would have expected of a camera in this price range. Quite frankly my bridge camera returns better results. Colour me not impressed!

7:02 pm - Thursday, January 10, 2013

#5 Warren

I agree with mihalakis .  I was looking at maybe buying the D5200, but if the picture quality is this bad I will look elsewhere.

1:51 pm - Friday, January 11, 2013

#6 Ben

Those of you expecting brighter more vibrant images need to take into account the weather and lighting.

Hint: The weather looks pretty dreary.


2:20 pm - Friday, January 11, 2013

#7 Mike

Ben. Dreary weather is not the cause of excessive chromatic aberrations. Also if you had paid close attention several of the pics show blue sky! Duh!

3:20 pm - Friday, January 11, 2013

#8 Henr

This is a canon blog? :)

6:56 pm - Friday, January 11, 2013

#9 Peter Bayliss LRPS

Having read other reports, think i will stick with my D5100 !

6:59 pm - Sunday, January 13, 2013

#10 Ben

Post RAW samples.

1:19 pm - Monday, January 14, 2013

#11 Betty

What a boring photos…

2:46 pm - Monday, January 14, 2013

#12 Torben Christiansen

Nice article about the Nikon D5200

2:45 pm - Thursday, January 24, 2013

#13 Prajith

As a beginner of DSLR… I got more info…  Expecting more….

9:59 am - Monday, November 11, 2013