Nikon has hit the markets with a number of great cameras. The latest release by Nikon has been in the form of Nikon D5100 and Nikon D7000. These are cameras which are attracting numerous people whether they are beginners or are enthusiasts of HD Video. Both the cameras share much of their main features such as the 1080P video capabilities along with the 16 MP resolutions offered by the cameras. However, an in-detail comparison tells us that the two products are actually different from the inner side. The following article discusses the various features of Nikon 5100 and Nikon 7000 and also discusses some of the differences of these two.
The D5100 features and price is set perfectly for beginner users with concentration given to enthusiast photographers. The D5100 camera features a 16.2 camera with a DX-Format CMOS Sensor. The LCD monitor featured by the camera is a brilliant 3.0 inches with display capability of 920,000 dots. 3-D tracking features along with 11 Auto Focus points are a great addition to the camera. Shooting in HD modes such as 1080 Pixels, 720 Pixels or Wide Video Array Graphics (WVGA) is also supported by the camera adding to the great working of the camera. One of the key features of the camera is the filters for In-Camera effects that can be used in video mode as well as in the still modes.
D7000 is a great addition to the series of the cameras offered by Nikon. The camera provides some of the main features similar to that of Nikon D5100. The features of this camera include 16.2 MP cameras with CMOS Sensor. The ability to record high definition videos with 1080P capabilities makes video recording fun. The best thing is that you get to record the perfect audio with mic jack that can be used to connect external microphone. The camera features 39 Auto Focus points with 3-D tracking features. The display of the camera has a 3 inch LCD with 921,000 dots LCD display. Two slots are available to use data storage cards ensuring that you never run out of memory.
What is the difference between Nikon D5100 and Nikon D7000?
The D7000 and D5100 by Nikon are different in many of its aspects when considered in detail. The Nikon D5100 features 11 Auto Focus Points as compared to the 39 Auto Focus Points in the D7000 model. This feature allows D7000 to focus the object within frame in a better way comparatively. D5100 features 0.51 Viewfinder as compared to the 0.62 Viewfinder in D7000 which allows images to be seen larger on D7000 as compared to those on D5100. The D7000 model comes with a Built-In Focus Motor unlike the D5100 version. This allows D7000 to Auto Focus with lenses that have Auto Focus capabilities. The battery life of D7000 is again better than D5100 which allows 1050 shots to be taken as compared to 660 shots in D5100. Another great feature of D7000 is that it comes with 9 Cross-Type Focus points as compared to D5100 with a single Cross-Type focus point which allows capturing moving objects much easier with D7000.
People on a budget would like to use D5100 as it serves you a great deal. In case you are interested in photography of sports or any other type of objects that are moving, you would really love D7000.