How big is the Nikon D5100 DSLR camera?
With 16.2 megapixels, a swivel Vari-Angle LCD monitor, full HD movie capabilities, new EFFECTS Mode and new HDR setting, you hold the power and performance to capture beautiful moments and the freedom to get creative.
What’s the play button on the Nikon D5100?
Pressing this button takes you to the main menu. The D5100 also has a shutter button. This button is for taking pictures. If you are in burst mode, pressing the button once will capture multiple images. The Nikon D5100 also has a Play button. You can use this to view your photos and videos after shooting.
How to change the ISO on a Nikon D5100?
How do I change ISO on the Nikon D5100? 1 Go into the main menu. 2 Scroll down to the Shooting menu. 3 Select ISO sensitivity settings. 4 Make sure Auto ISO sensitivity is set to Off. 5 Adjust ISO as desired. 6 Press OK button to exit.
What’s the difference between the D5000 and D5100?
The D5100 is a smaller and (we think) more attractive camera than its predecessor the D5000. It is less bulbous, and closer to the D3100 and D7000 in terms of styling. The most significant design difference is the addition of a side-hinging LCD screen in the D5100, as opposed to the bulkier (and more awkward) bottom-hinged LCD used in the D5000.
How does the Nikon D5100 AF system work?
D5100’s 11-point AF system provides flexibility to compose the shot you want ensuring your subject is captured sharply wherever it’s located in the frame. Working together with the Scene Recognition System, the camera can keep your main subject in focus even if the composition changes using Nikon’s exclusive 3D-tracking.
Which is better Pentax K5 or Nikon D5100?
So, the 5100 has ‘outstanding’ image quality, while that of the superlative Pentax K5 is merely ‘excellent’. Are you really claiming that the image quality of the Nikon is superior to a camera that uses the same sensor as (and even gets slightly more out of it than) the D7000?