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What teleconverters can work on the D5200?

What teleconverters can work on the D5200?
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I doubt very much if the ever will, apart from the it not being able to fit due to the design of the rear of the lens it would just make it way too slow, it would turn the 3.5-5.6 into, with a 1.4 tc, 4.9-7.9 which in most cases would be unusable.
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No, it will not fit that lens.
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The AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR.

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All depends on what lens you intend using.
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UC-E06 vs UC-E17 USB Cable for D5200

What is the difference between UC-E06 and UC-E17 USB Cable? Can I use UC-E06 with D5200.
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Here is a link to the D5200 system chart, you can look for yourself, it shows either is the correct cable.
http://imaging.nikon.com/lineup/dslr/d5200/compatibility01.htm
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Positive, look at the picture,
http://nikonsa.co.za/en_ZA/products/product_details.page?sParamValueLbl=Accessories&sParam1ValueLbl=SLR&sSubnav2ParamLbl=Connectivity&sSubnav3ParamLbl=USB+Cable+UC-E17&ParamValue=Accessories&Subnav1Param=SLR&Subnav2Param=SLR+Connectivity&Subnav3Param=Data&RunQuery=l4&ID=9400108
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D5200 usb connector is not mini USB unless I'm missing something. Old cell phone have mini usb and new cell phones have micro usb. Are you shure?
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Yes, any USB to mini USB cable will work, they are all generic.
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I just want to post my pictures immediately :(

Do I have to buy a separate WiFi adaptor to be able to share my photos with my iphone?? Better yet, can't we have a cord that could transfer between the 2 so I can do it without wifi??? Surely in this day and age...
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You could get an EyeFi SD card?
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The adapter that comes with the camera broadcast its own wifi signal and connects with your phone. I have an iPhone, and once the signal is picked up by the phone, I use the Nikon wireless app and you have instant access to a remote for taking pictures, viewing the pictures that are on your camera and uploading them to your phone.
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You can use the wireless WU-1a to transfer to your iphone, no real need for a cable.
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you can transefer to computer by camera cable (usb) then transfer to your phone by phone cable
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When is the 18-105 VR lens kits going to be available for purchase with the D5200?

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Nikon does not currently have an expected availability date for the D5200 kit with 18-105 lens.

The D5200 kit with 18-55 lens is now available and the 18-105 lens is available separately.
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I don't what country you are in, but in the US it is available at B&H photo.
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What is the f-stop range on the 5200?

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Trying some shots last night, if I zoomed into 55mm, I was able to get f-36. I believe the previous answer refers to 18mm.
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I assume your talking about the 18-55mm kit lens supplied. It has a range of f/3.5 max aperture to f/22 min aperture.
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is this a good camera for taking Baseball pictures, at night with no flash???

I'ma sports photographer for our local weekly paper, and i cover the High School Baseball games. I can't use flash during the games, and most of the high school fields are low, to very low light. so most of my photos arent to great. would this be a good camera to use? since it has a high ISO?
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No. I'd recommend you to use a full-frame camera with a telephoto lens. I'd recommend the D800 with a 70-300, because its high pixel count will let you crop the images A LOT without losing resolution and low noise high ISO means you can take photos at ISO 3200 and you won't get a single grain of noise.
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No, This is an entry level camera. A decent low budget sport camera would be D7000 D7100, D300s, D700, and you will need a lens like the 70-200mm F/2.8. Its excellent for sports.
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Problems with memory cards?

The first time I went to shoot a baseball game with my new d5200, I took some test shots from the parking lot as I was walking. I noticed immediately that it wasn't writing anything to the memory card, so I went back to my car and switched cards and didn't have any more problems.

I have since done a lot of shooting with this camera, including using it as a backup for a wedding that I was second shooter for. Never had any issues with it until today.

I shot another baseball game and got a lot of great pics. The game went into extra innings, and when a kid scored the winning run, I started firing away for the celebration shots. I thought I had some great ones. The shutter was firing like normal, and I could see the AF working, yet when I tried to review my shots, they weren't there. I took two more shots and again there was nothing. I took the card out and put it back in, and then the d5200 finally started writing to the card again. It was too late by then, so I missed all the celebration shots.

The first card that gave me trouble was a PNY 16gb. The second card was a SanDisk Ultra 32gb, which I have been using for the last week with no problems. I still had about 500 shots left, so I know the card wasn't full. Has anyone encountered this problem before? I've used higher-end cameras like the d300, 600, and 7000 in the past and have never seen a camera do this.
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Thanks for the response. I have continued shooting with the SanDisk 32 SDHC as well as the 16gb version of the same card. So far this problem has not happened again, so hopefully it was just a random glitch.
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Sandisk 32G SDHC cards are included on the approved list of memory cards for the D5200 but PNY cards are not approved. If the Sandisk Ultra 32G card is not an SDHC card please try a card from the approved list to see if this resolves the issue. This list can be found on page 211 of the D5200 manual. A copy of the D5200 manual can be downloaded from this address:
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...

If the Sandisk Ultra 32G card that you were using is an SDHC type card, or if trying another card from the approved list doesn't resolve this issue, then please contact Nikon Technical Support for further assistance: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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How to activate a histogram on my D5200? (Does it have one?)

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Just after u take picture and when u see the picture in LCD, just press down key in the multiselector switch.
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Please download the users manual and refer to page 149.
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/18112/~/user's-manual---d5200
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does the D5200 have a stability control feature?

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what camera in the nikon SLR-digital-video family has this as a built in feature in the same price range?
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Nikon does not have stability control built into their DSLR cameras. Select Nikon lenses have vibration control built in, it is called VR.
http://imaging.nikon.com/history/scenes/16/
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Is the ME-1 the only external mic that will work with a D5200?

I am trying to find information on the external mic jack for the D5200 I just bought. Does it work with other mics than the ME-1? Does it require phantom power with other mics? There is absolutely zero info on this mic jack and I need to know if I need to send this back and get a different camera. Anyone, anyone?
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I verified with another cable. Yes, the D5200 will work with other microphones via the 1/8" (3.5mm) external mic jack. The mic I used did have power via a 9 volt battery. There is no phantom power supplied by the camera itself. YMMV
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We cannot speak on the compatibilities of third party microphones for the D5200 however the ME-1 is compatible with the D5200.
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Can any pictures be taken in live view without the DK5 body cap?

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When taking pictures without using the viewfinder, it is recommended to remove the viewfinder eyepiece cup and attach the DK-5 eyepiece cap. This will prevent light entering the viewfinder from affecting the exposure in auto exposure modes. Pictures can still be taken in liveview mode without the DK-5 eyepiece cap attached to the viewfinder.
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Yes, DK5 is used for long exposure shooting or self timer, remote shooting. It is meant t keep spurious light from entering the viewfinder and had nothing to do with live view
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Does it work good with 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II DX ED AF-S Nikkor ???

Is the body D5200 with Nikon 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II DX ED AF-S Nikkor-Zoom Lens a good choice ? I want to have ONLY one WIDE range lens on the body to avoid the need of changing the lenses due to dust, dirt etc. and carry a lot of heavy stuff on me.
or which one you recommend please ?
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Thank you for your advice and explanation. That`s based on my experience with Nikon D70. Since I buy it several years ago as a just new on the market with lenses 18-70 & 55-300 after while the mirrors on the Body get full of dust, dist and some kinid of small hair must be probably get in when I changed those lenses. That`s why I think using one wide range lens can avoid such a thing on the inside of the body itself. Do you agree or please correct me if I am worng.
Cause tried to clean it several times also put in the service for however that`s not still clean as it used to be which is actually visible on taken pictures.
Btw, please what about the case you mentioned. The lenses got dirty by doing Zoom In & Out ? Is there way to get rid of this, to clean it ? Thank you for your help.
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Its a good combo yes, but if the reason you want it is to avoid dust ingress etc then that is not going to happen as dust will get sucked in regardless of whether you change lenses or not as the lens itself is not completely sealed so over time you will get dust particles entering when you zoom in and out, it is a common misconception that you will not get dust if you never change lenses.
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Considering this camera for close-up dental photos. Can I customize a program so it will provide consistent results without "tinkering"?

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I don't have a macro lens for my 5200 and I use it for the same thing. Seems to work on manual set to ISO 100, shutter at 1/125 and aperture at f/32 for intraoral and then increase the aperture if you want full face (just keep the settings the same for before and afters!!!)... I'm certainly no photographer though... also, I can't see using a tripod with the pt in the chair (i mean, i thought setting instruments on the pt's chest was a bad habit!!) and the vibration reduction macro lens is so expensive...
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The D5200 along with a Macro lens such as the 40mm should provide you with excellent, and constant results in the dental office. However, using Auto mode on any camera will not always give you desire results when the lighting changes. You need to learn to use the other modes like aperture priority, or Manual. You will also need a tripod to get sharp crisp images.
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Is the SB-600 compatible with the D5200?

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Yes it is.
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When will the D5200 with 18-105mm package going to be available in the US. Seen it as a presale on several sites but none say when available.

I am very interested in this new camera but I have not seen when it would be available and very curious when that might be.
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The Nikon D5200 with 18-105mm VR Lens Kit is currently available through authorized retailers. For a list of authorized retailers please visit this page:
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Pr...
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When D5200 body only will be available in US.? IS 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G AF-S DX Nikkor Lens Compatible with D5200 ?

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The D5200 is currently available in a kit with an 18-55mm lens and will be available in a kit with an 18-105mm lens. Nikon has not yet announced plans to sell the D5200 body only. We cannot speculate about future products until official information is announced on our web site: www.nikonusa.com.

The AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR is compatible with the D5200.
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Change you change the flashes on the D5200, and if you can, could you recommend me some?

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You can add external flashes like the SB-600, SB-700 and SB-910.
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Does the D5200 have the "effects" option like the D5100??

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Auto modes (auto; auto [flash off]); programmed auto with flexible program (); shutter-priority auto (); aperture-priority auto (); manual (); scene modes ( portrait; landscape; child; sports; close up; night portrait; night landscape; party/indoor; beach/snow; sunset; dusk/dawn; pet portrait; candlelight; blossom; autumn colors; food); special effects modes ( night vision; color sketch; miniature effect; selective color; silhouette; high key; low key)
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the d5200 have USB 3?

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Is there virtual horizon feature on camera as same as 5100 has ?

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Yes both have virtual horizon in live view.
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