Nikon has announced a new mid-range DSLR – The D5200 – that bridges the gap between the company’s aging D5100 and D7000 models. The D5200 looks similar to the D5100 but comes with a whole bunch of updates, including a new 24.1 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor.
Inside there is a new 39-point AF system, along with an EXPEED 3 processor that allows the camera to capture up to 5 fps. There is also a new 2,016-pixel RGB metering sensor for better exposure, autofocus and white balance. The camera also records videos up to 60fps in 1080i in stereo sound.
On the back is a 3.0-inch, 921k dot fully-articulated LCD that shows an updated UI over the previous models. The camera is compatible with Nikon’s optional GPS and WI-Fi model and the latter allows you to control the camera remotely using an iOS or Android device.
Unfortunately, no pricing or availability information has been revealed so far.