Little brother of the prestigious D7000, the Nikon D5100 takes its looks but features stunning screen mounted on ball 7.5 cm diagonal. Very handy for overhead view or against diving, it proves a valuable ally if you are not using the optical viewfinder. The interface found upside and “nikonistes” will be a little lost at first. Moreover, the menus are rather convoluted for a quick start. This stage passes, you will be amazed by the images produced with the APS-C sensor of 16 million pixels. Noise management, especially in low light is excellent. The creative will enjoy some interesting artistic filters. In video mode (dedicated button), the quality is still meeting with recording in Full HD with 24-30 frames / second. Moreover, its burst mode reaches almost 4 frame per second for capturing sports and animal scenes. The 3D mode is particularly suitable for this type of photography.
Canon EOS 600D
Canon enhances its midrange SLR. As its 60D, 600D now adopts a swivel screen diagonal 7,7cm. He always ship the same sensor of 18 megapixels and the same Digic 4 processor Advanced users can trigger remote flash. Creative Filters let you easily brighten up your photos but they do not offer preview as a compact. In video recording is possible up to Full HD (1920×108 pixels) at 24 or 25 frames per second.
Canon has announced the EOS 650D which takes the place of the 600D. This hunting catalog 550D taking place.
Little brother D5100, the NikonD3200 has a large sensor 24 million pixels. It replaces the D3100.
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