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When it comes to offering fresher shooting experience, the highly efficient Nikon D5100 camera boasts everything that you need in unleashing your inner creativity. Read more about Nikon D5100 Singapore below to find out.

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Nikon D5100 Singapore – Unleashing Your Creativity Effortlessly

In the world of dedicated cameras, Nikon continues to take the world by storm with its own awesome array of cameras. Among its incredible camera models is the amazing Nikon D5100 camera. As attested by professional photographers and enthusiasts alike, this Nikon camera definitely takes the cake when it comes to creating newer and more creative expressions.

Highly Optimized Design

Boasting a smaller and sleeker profile, the Nikon D5100 is definitely the camera that you will look forward to. Its compact form makes it easier for you to maneuver around in order to get the best shot at the angle that you want. Moreover, it proves to be a streamlined camera design that complements any shooting style. At the same time, the Nikon D5100 possesses excellent build quality that makes it very durable. In other words, it is able to withstand harsh punishment. All in all, the Nikon D5100 camera can be said to be highly optimized design that enables you to shoot with ease.

Versatile vari-angle LCD Monitor

As one of its biggest selling points, the Nikon D5100 incorporates this incredible vari-angle LCD monitor that offers freedom and flexibility at the same time. Amazingly, you can open its LCD monitor horizontally from 0 degree to 180 degree and you can even flip it up and down from +180 degree to –90 degree. In other words, this gives you unprecedented advantage when it comes to shooting photos and videos. In fact, it proves to be smoother experience when you are shooting from a high angle. Moreover, you can utilize the LCD monitor when you are shooting with a tripod. Also, the remote close-up shooting is possible when you use its rear infrared receiver. Basically, its vari-angle LCD monitor unlocks possibilities as you can shoot from various angles.

Focusing on Your Target with Nikon D5100 Singapore

The Nikon D5100 is truly exceptional as it can offer clean, crisp and sharp images that prove to be satisfactory. However, what is amazing about the Nikon D5100 is that it boasts a variety of focusing modes. In terms of focus mode, this Nikon camera contains three different focus modes: Single-servo AF (AF-S), Full-time-servo AF (AF-F) and Manual Focus (MF). Not only that, it also features four AF-area modes (Face-priority AF, wide-area AF, normal-area AF and subject-tracking AF) for better shooting experience. These AF-area modes prove its value when it comes to shooting with incredible detail and depth.

Shooting Breathtaking Videos with Relative Ease

Presenting high definition full HD movie recording at 1920 x 1080/30p, the Nikon D5100 enables you to shoot breathtaking videos with relative ease. Besides, it possesses dedicated movie-record button that enables you to shoot immediately whenever you want. In conclusion, the Nikon D5100 camera is definitely the camera that you will love to use.

Expert Reviews

hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2011-05-10
In mid-2009, Nikon introduced a brand-new camera into their line-up. The D5000 swung in between the then-base model, the D60, and the prosumer-class D90. The D5000 had similar (though not equal) performance to the D90, with fewer dedicated controls and...
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avhub.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-05-26
Thank you for searching out the review of the Nikon D5100 that was originally published in Camera Magazine, Issue #4 2011.This review of this camera is currently available only as a low-resolution pdf version of the original magazine pages. You can dow...
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pentaxforums.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-31
In this comparative review, we take a look at three attractive intro- to mid-range APS-C DSLR cameras available as of October, 2012: the Canon Rebel T4i (EOS 650D), Nikon D5100, and Pentax K-30. This isn't an in-depth review of each camera, but rather a c...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-21
Very versatile, Great in low light, Articulated screen encourages creativityFew controls over image parameters, No depth of field preview, No exposure control in Special Effects
Although there has been some overlap, digital SLR development has gone through some quite distinct phases. Initially the battle was to produce affordable models, and once this was achieved manufacturers turned their attention to producing cameras with hig...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2012-06-21
Very versatile, Great in low light, Articulated screen encourages creativityFew controls over image parameters, No depth of field preview, No exposure control in Special Effects
Although there has been some overlap, digital SLR development has gone through some quite distinct phases.Initially the battle was to produce affordable models, and once this was achieved manufacturers turned their attention to producing cameras with high...
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ld2.ciol.com
Reviewed on 2012-03-06
The new D5100 has a 16.2 megapixel sensor, same as the one on the D7000 and up from the 12 megapixel sensor on the D5000. The new camera can also record videos at 1080p resolution at 30, 25 and 24FPS. There is no 60FPS option for any resolution, unlike...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-13
The new Nikon D5100 D-SLR is a compact and lightweight DX-format camera. The body is about two-thirds the size of a D300, recording on SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards. The similarly compact kit lens, an 18-55mm VR, provides good balance, and, along with my...
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camerastuffreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-02-01
The Nikon D5100 is the successor to the D5000 and the target group of the D5100 is both the starting and better amateur. We already know the sensors from the Nikon D7000, a camera belonging to the high-end APS-C cameras.When you pick up the camera, you im...
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hereshow.ca
Reviewed on 2011-12-15
Superb articulated LCD screen, Many effects and imagemodification options, Fast/versatile AF; continuous AF in movie modeAF is slow in Live and movie mode, Few external controls, some not well placed, Effects modes would benefit from more overrides
Benefitting from some of the technology developed for Nikon's high-end D7000, this more affordable camera employs a similar 16.2MP sensor and EXPEED 2 processor, but gains a new articulated LCD screen....
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g4tv.com
Reviewed on 2011-12-08
Video Review: The Nikon D5100 DSLR comes with a 16.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor, full 1080p HD video recording, new EFFECTS mode and a swivel Vari-Angle LCD monitor. But is it worth the $800 price tag? Kevin Pereira and Candace Bailey take a look ...
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itreviews.com
Reviewed on 2011-09-30
Stunning images quality, features you'd expect on prolevel cameras,Some of the rearranged controls are a bit awkward.
Review date: 30 September, 2011. Review by: Martyn Clayden Nikon's latest entry-level DSLR, the D5100, is an upgrade from the D5000 and is designed to fit snugly between the recent D3100 and the D7000.It's aimed at the growing number of serious amate...
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stuffmideast.com
Reviewed on 2011-09-25
In DSLR terms, a US$1,200 price tag puts the D5100 in the middle-market. It's expensive enough to have some gravitas, to stand out as a camera for someone who knows what they're doing and can produce breathtaking results, but not quite so pricey as to bec...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-09-20
Angle-adjustable LCD; built-in effects filters for JPEG shooting; solid build; large, well-labelled controls; good ergonomicsManual focusing required in video mode
Nikon’s baby-of-the-range D3100 was our Editors’ Choice at the close of 2010, so we have high expectations of 2011’s addition to the range, the D5100. With just £9 separating this from Canon’s EOS 600D, the Nikon fields a lower 16.2-megapixel resolutio...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2011-09-01
Stuff magazine Thu, Sep 15 2011, 5:17PM In DSLR terms, a £779 price tag puts the D5100 in the middle-market. It’s expensive enough to have some gravitas, to stand out as a camera for someone who knows what they’re doing and can produce breathtaking...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2011-08-21
Are you looking for a digital camera that does a better job of taking pictures than your smartphone or point-and-shoot camera? When you’re a blogger looking to step up, it’s probably a good idea to get a digital SLR camera. But maybe there’s another wa...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2011-08-19
Quality 16-megapixel images, 3-inch vari-angle LCD (921K pixels), ISO range of 100 to 25,600Kit lens is just a starting point, Awkward control system, Video good not great
There’s no question the economy is tough, but it’s hardly curtailing the lust for DSLRs—especially the newest Nikons. The company is practically selling all they make, but we finally got our hands on one of the biggest sellers. Now let’s see if it’s wo...
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theregister.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-08-05
Sitting somewhere in the middle of entry-level scale, Nikon’s D5100 represents a considerable leap from its predecessor the D5000 and can be seen in some respects as a smaller, cheaper-built D7000. From its bigger brother it inherits the 16.2 DX-sized ...
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photographybay.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-18
The Nikon D5100 is a 16.2-megapixel DSLR that also has the ability to capture 1080p HD video. It resides in Nikon’s line-up between the base-model D3100 and the advanced amateur D7000.Nikon D5100 Key Features16.2MP CMOS APS-C Format Sensor 1080p HD Vi...
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theglobeandmail.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-15
So you’ve used your entry-level consumer DSLR avidly for a few years and want to take your picture popping pastime one step further. You don’t have the budget for a proper professional camera, but you’d still like something a little speedier and a bit ...
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practicalphotography.com
Reviewed on 2011-07-13
The D5100 is Nikons latest mid-level D-SLR and is the successor to the D5000. Rather than inheriting the ageing 12.3Mp sensor from the D5000, the Nikon D5100 shares the same 16.2Mp chip and 4928x3264 pixel resolution as Nikon’s enthusiast D7000. W...
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Memory

Compatible memory cards

SD, SDHC, SDXC

Memory slots

1

Display

Display

LCD

Display diagonal

7.62 cm (3")

Display resolution (numeric)

921000 pixels

Vari-angle LCD display
Touchscreen

Audio

Built-in microphone
Audio system

Mono

Audio formats supported

LPCM

Ports & interfaces

USB version

2.0

HDMI
HDMI connector type

Mini

Microphone in

Weight & dimensions

Width

127 mm

Depth

78.7 mm

Height

96.5 mm

Weight

560 g

Light exposure

ISO sensitivity

100, 6400, 12800, 25600

Light exposure modes

Aperture priority AE, Auto, Manual, Shutter priority AE

Light exposure correction

±5EV (1/2; 1/3 EV step)

Light metering

Centre-weighted, Matrix, Spot

Auto Exposure (AE) lock
ISO sensitivity (min)

100

ISO sensitivity (max)

25600

Picture quality

Megapixel

16.2 MP

Camera type

SLR Camera Body

Sensor type

CMOS

Maximum image resolution

4928 x 3264 pixels

Still image resolution(s)

4928 x 32643696 x 24482464 x 1632

Image stabilizer
Total megapixels

16.9 MP

Image sensor size (W x H)

23.6 x 15.6 mm

Sensor format

DX

Image formats supported

JPG, RAW

Video

Video recording
Maximum video resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels

HD type

Full HD

Video resolutions

640 x 424,1280 x 720,1920 x 1080 pixels

Motion JPEG frame rate

30 fps

Resolution at capture speed

640x424@30fps, 1280x720@24fps, 1280x720@30fps, 1920x1080@24fps, 1920x1080@30fps

Analog signal format system

NTSC

Video formats supported

H.264, MOV, MPEG4

Focusing

Focus

TTL

Auto focusing (AF) modes

Continuous Auto Focus, Servo Auto Focus, Single Auto Focus

Auto Focus (AF) points

11

Auto Focus (AF) lock

Flash

Flash modes

Flash off, Red-eye reduction, Slow synchronization

Flash sync-speed

1/200

Flash exposure correction

±2EV (1/2, 1/3 EV step)

Shoe mounting point

Camera

White balance

Auto, Cloudy, Direct sunlight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Manual, Shade

Scene modes

Backlight, Beach, Candlelight, Children, Close-up (macro), Dawn, Dusk, Food, Landscape, Night landscape, Night portrait, Party (indoor), Pet, Portrait, Snow, Sports, Sunset

Photo effects

Black&White, Neutral, Vivid

Self-timer

2,5,10,20 s

Camera playback

Highlights, Movie, Single image, Slide show, Thumbnails

Tripod mountable
Histogram
Live view
Image editing

Resizing, Trimming

GPS (satellite)
On Screen Display (OSD) languages

ARA, CHI (SIMPL), CHI (TR), CZE, DAN, DEU, DUT, ENG, ESP, FIN, FRE, IND, ITA, JPN, KOR, NOR, POL, POR, RUS, SWE, THA, TUR

Camera file system

DCF 2.0, DPOF, Exif 2.3

Diopter adjustment (D-D)

-1.7 - 0.7

Eye relief

1.79 cm

Playback modes

Zoom

Calendar

Battery

Power source type

Battery

Battery technology

Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

Battery life (CIPA standard)

660 shots

Number of batteries supported

1

Shutter

Fastest camera shutter speed

1/4000 s

Slowest camera shutter speed

30 s

Camera shutter type

Electronic

Design

Colour of product

Black