On the outside, Nikon D5200 is very similar with its predecessor, the D5100, with only a few changes in appearance. On this baby, the major changes take place inside. It is equipped with a 24MP resolution and an articulated rear LCD. It also features 1080p movies with a 50/60fps interlaced mode and 5fps continuous shooting, and supports Wi-Fi and GPS accessories. In general, the D5200 is a solid camera with excellent photo and video quality – a great choice for family and vacation photographers.
Combining the compact body and simple operation, Pentax’s K-x makes a feature-packed alternative to Nikon and Canon entry-level SLRs. Inheriting the conventional SLR look, the 12.4-megapixel K-x is particularly suited to those compact camera owners seeking to make a step-up to a DSLR. Pentax claims that rechargeable batteries will give enough power for up to 1900 images, while normal batteries can only support 200 shots. The standard 18-55mm zoom that comes with it makes the camera look quite impressive, despite its low price and plastic construction.
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