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Noddydog

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  1. There is no firmware update for the D5200 as far as I'm aware.... or am I missing something?
  2. Thanks. Just to clarify the problem occured whilst I was recording, ie I could see it on the LCD in real time. So I'm less inclined to think the card is the issue. I don't have any scheduled projects before my SA trip, so I guess I'd better go out and shoot something to see if it happens again. Hope it's not hardware, this is my second D5200.
  3. I was out filming on my Nikon D5200 this morning. The camera is not that old, less than a month, and I have shot various bits of video on it. It has not been dropped or banged in any way. Towards the end of one clip this morning it suddenly started giving this flashing purple effect that you can see in this video. https://vimeo.com/62944595 Initially I thought it was the LCD monitor, but obviously it wasn't. The temperature I was shooting in today was about 4 degrees C. When this problem occurred I was using a Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 lens with VR switched on. This issue happened about 10
  4. http://the.me/low-budget-classic-nikon-d5200-the-real-video-star/
  5. No axe to grind, just giving my opinion.... as the OP asked.
  6. I use a 600d and own a d5200 as well as prosumer camcorders like the XF305. First I would say the flip out screen is invaluable to budget video production. So that might negate the d7000 for you. However really what this might come down to from your choices is how much shooting you'll be doing in low light? If a fair bit then the d5200 is better with the new Toshiba chip. If you have the budget (and aren't worried about the flip out screen) get the new d7100, which has the same chip as the d5200. The other big issue is 'usability' and this is where IMHO canon wins hands down. For video the lo
  7. Would really love an answer to this: Posted 25 February 2013 - 12:16 AM What's the cheapest/easiest way to monitor audio via the mini hdmi output on the d5200? I assume a simple crossover cable/adapter isn't an option given its digital coming out via the mini HDMI whilst you need to monitor in analogue via headphones.
  8. What's the cheapest/easiest way to monitor audio via the mini hdmi output on the d5200? I assume a simple crossover cable/adapter isn't an option given its digital coming out via the mini HDMI whilst you need to monitor in analogue via headphones. Am I missing something?
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