Nikon launches D5100 and ME 1
Nikon launches D5100 and ME-1
Nikon has today launched a new DSLR: D5100. It has a 16.2 megapixel sensor, and knows how to shoot FullHD wants to be extremely easy to use. Besides released Nikon camera and microphone, ME-1, specially designed for shooting with DSLR.
Nikon D5000 and D5100 is the successor comes along the 16.2-megapixel sensor, image processor EXPEEED 2 processor present in the upper model D7000. The device has a 3 inch screen with variable angle. Obviously, there's Live View missing. In Chapter shooting at 30 fps Full HD D5100 know with autofocus. Moreover, movies can be edited right on the camera.
DSLR photography site promises a lot of special effects. Various shooting modes and even an HDR (High Dynamic Range) directly from the device. The Nikon D5100 standard kit comes with well-known target 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6G AF-S VR. For the new Nikon AF has 11 autofocus points. The burst can hold up to 4 fps. ISO's work, normally between 100 and 6400 and can be extended to 25,600. But there's more, Nikon says that your ISO can go up to 102,400 when the device is set in night vision mode.
Besides released Nikon camera and microphone, ME-1 which promises superior sound quality in HD footage. It attaches to the flash shoe and connects to the input line-in (3.5 mm jack) of the device.