Nikon D5000 DSLR Review

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Nikon D5000 DSLR ReviewConsumer DSLRs with HD video capabilities are becoming more and more prevalent these days. As a result, manufacturers are constantly battling to find ways to differentiate themselves and their products from the others. Nikon's D5000 offers a few features that help set it apart from other options in the company's line as well as from the models offered by other manufacturers.

Like many DSLRs today, the D5000 offers Live View mode. It also has HD movie recording capabilities with the ability to capture up to 720p HD video at 24fps. While some cameras such as the Canon EOS Rebel T1i focus on a large, high-resolution display on the back of the camera, Nikon has gone a slightly different route and has opted to feature an articulating screen on the back of the D5000...

Nikon D5000 DSLR Review

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realneil replied on Tue, Dec 1 2009 10:10 AM

I have two Nikon cameras and they're both exceptional in many ways.

This looks like a fully featured camera and it can be found on the web for less than the MSRP.

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24 FPS at 720p is okay, but there are better options out there. The Canon Rebel T1i records 720p video at 30FPS and is priced at $720 on Amazon.

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I like the canons.  

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