Nikon D5200 in Stock Ahead of CES Announcement (Update)
UPDATE: A DP Review user wrote: "I bought [a D5200] from DigitalRev. Got it in 3 days from Hong Kong. The warranty states that if you need repair, they will issue a call tag, have the camera picked up, repaired at an authorized Nikon center and returned to you. They will pay for the repair."
It was rumored that Nikon planned to officially announce the D5200 during the 2013 CES show which begins on January 8. However, DigitalRev currently has the D5200 listed as in stock and ready to ship within 24 hours. The product page lists the retail price at $859, which suggests this is the U.S. model.
The Nikon D5200 is the successor to the D5100. It features a 24MP CMOS sensor, an EXPEED 3 image processor, a 3.0 inch (921k) Vari-angle monitor and a 39-point AF system. It offers 5 fps of continuous shooting, a high ISO sensitivity range (100-6400 which is extendable to 25600) and 16 scene modes. It's also of capable of transmitting images to iOS or Android devices with the optional WU-1a wireless mobile adapter.Tag: News, Nikon, Nikon D5200