Nikon D5100 kit 18-55
A digital SLR camera from Nikon, which can be recommended primarily to those who often have to shoot in low light conditions: the sensor sensitivity of the D5100 can reach ISO 25600 when shooting photos and 102400 when recording video in special mode. The maximum video recording resolution is 1080p. The viewfinder with a frame coverage of 95% is complemented by a 3" rotary display with Live View mode. The matrix has a dust cleaning system, but there is no optical image stabilization. Additional equipment includes an accelerometer. The lens is included in the scope of delivery.
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Shooting modes and functions:
Shooting modes are switched using the rotary dial located on the top panel of the camera.
As with any SLR camera, there is a group of PASM modes:
- P mode - the camera automatically selects shutter speed and aperture for optimal exposure
- Mode A - you set the aperture, the camera determines the shutter speed
- S mode - you set the shutter speed, the camera selects the aperture.
- M mode - manual mode. Both shutter speed and aperture are set.
Almost all parameters are determined by the camera in accordance with the current situation. The flash fires automatically when the subject is poorly lit. The set of changeable parameters in this mode is limited.
The Nikon D5100 has seven scene programs arranged in separate positions on the mode dial: Portrait, Landscape, Child, Sports, Macro, Night portrait, and No flash.
Nikon D5100 has 7 different effects:
- Grainy B&W: Creates grainy black and white images
- Soft Focus: Provides soft focus
- Toy camera effect
- Miniature effect: used to sharpen part of an image
- night vision effect
- silhouette effect
Active D-Lighting function:
Active D-Lighting is useful in high contrast environments. It helps to brighten the darkest areas, while avoiding overexposure.
Nikon D5100 can shoot video at 1280x720 30 fps and 1920x1080 24 fps.
Nikon D5100 is equipped with a built-in video editor. Its capabilities do not differ much from the video editors built into cameras - you can cut off the excess, as well as save a single frame, selected and stopped in pause mode.
The Nikon D5100 is equipped with a 3-inch LCD swivel screen. Its resolution is 921,000 pixels. On the display, the user can make shooting settings and read information about certain parameters.
The viewfinder in the Nikon D5100 is equipped with a rubber eyecup. Frame coverage is 95 percent.
Advantages and disadvantages:
- Active D-Lighting
- In-Camera RAW Processing
- When shooting video, it is possible to adjust the exposure parameters on the fly
- Availability of a video editor
- HDMI output available
- Possibility to connect an optional GPS-module or wired remote control
- Swivel screen
- 7 different effects.
- No built-in optical stabilization
- Work with lenses is possible only with the AF-S series, equipped with a built-in focus motor