Product Comparison results for these devices are listed below. Here are the reasons to choose Nikon D5200 and other reasons to choose Nikon D60. You can examine common pros and cons of two products. Do not forget to vote for your winner.

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Reasons to choose Nikon D5200TOP.:.

Nikon D5200 vs Nikon D60
  • Screen Resolution Better screen resolution 921k dots vs 230k dots 4.00 times higher resolution
  • Screen Size Bigger screen 3" vs 2.5" Approximately 44% bigger screen
  • Camera Pixels Much higher resolution cam 24 MP vs 10 MP Shoot 2.4 times more detailed photos for bigger and high quality print-outs
  • Sensor Type Better sensor type CMOS vs CCD This cam uses CMOS sensors which has higher quality compared to CCD sensors that are used in common digi cams.
  • ISO Higher Max ISO 6,400 ISO vs 1,600 ISO Nikon D5200 can take less blurry pictures in darker environments. (Grain may increase)
  • ISO Boost Higher Max ISO Boost 25,600 ISO vs 3,200 ISO Nikon D5200 has ISO Boost which helps to shoot brighter images in very low light situations (This may increase the grain)
  • True Resolution Higher true resolution 24 MP vs 10 MP True resolution is effected by the physical restrictions of sensor size, and it may differ from the megapixels announced by manufacturers. Nikon D5200 has 2.4 times higher resolution.
  • Native Resolution Higher native resolution 6000 x 4000 vs 3872 x 2592 Native resolution is the width and height of images that is captured by the sensor measured in pixels before any processing. Nikon D5200 has 2.39 times higher resolution.
  • Flip-out Screen Flip out screen Yes vs No Flip out screen helps you to shoot pictures from interesting angles
  • Live View on Screen Live view on screen Yes vs No This cam has a live view feature, so that you can see the moment from your screen. The other model unfortunately does not support it.
  • Movie Formats Video recording 1080p @ 30fps vs No Nikon D60 doesn't have video recording feature!
  • 24P Support 24P for movie fans Yes vs No 24P equals to 24 frames. Movies are traditionally being shooted with this frame rate which has become an industry standard.
  • External Mic Jack External mic jack Yes vs No This cam has an external mic jack so that you can use more professional audio quality for your video recordings.
  • Movie Auto Focus Video Auto-Focus (AF) Contrast Detection vs No Nikon D60 doesn't have auto-focus ability while you record videos.
  • HDR HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos Yes vs No This device has HDR (High Dynamic Range). It enables the cam to combine the images with multiple exposures into a single one. With HDR, you shoot impressive photos which captures both brights and darks really well.
  • GPS Tagging GPS tagging Optional vs No This device has GPS tagging feature. You can tag your geo-location on the photos which you shoot, so that you can see a visual display of your photos in world map apps.
  • Continous Shooting Rate Much faster continuous shots 5 fps vs 3 fps It is 67% easier to catch the right moment in sports, or while shooting a rapidly moving object.

Reasons to choose Nikon D60TOP.:.

Nikon D60 vs Nikon D5200
  • Weight A little bit lighter 522 g vs 555 g 6% lighter design
  • Sensor Size Larger sensor 23.6x15.8 mm APS-C vs 23.5x15.6 mm APS-C Bigger sensor means more light capture area and leads to better photography. It is one the most important aspects of a camera. Nikon D60 has 2% larger sensor area.
  • Pixel Size Greater pixel size 37.2 µm² vs 15.3 µm² Pixel size (measured in µm2) is the area of a singular pixel in the sensor. Bigger pixel leads to better pictures in higher ISO rates. Nikon D60 has 2.43 times bigger pixels.
  • ViewFinder Size Viewfinder size factor 0,52x vs 0,51x The images you see through the viewfinder seem smaller than the ones you see with a naked eye. The closer it is to the actual view, it is easier for you to take the right picture.

Pros & ConsTOP.:.

Common Pros

Common Cons

  • Sensor Size Sensor size D5200 : 23.5x15.6 mm APS-C D60 : 23.6x15.8 mm APS-C
  • RAW Support RAW format RAW is a raw format, often used by professional photographers, that keeps more information about the photo as explosure, light, color details which needs to be processed on computer.
  • Min Shutter Speed Long time posing 30 seconds
  • External Flash You can mount external flash With an external flash mounted to the camera, you can have more natural and flexible lighting
  • Storage Formats Saving in various formats D5200 : SD, SDXC, SDHC D60 : SD, MMC, SDHC
  • Crop Factor Low crop factor 1.5x
  • We couldn't determine any common cons

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Nikon D5200 Nikon D5200 67 % 6 people have voted up for this
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Nikon D60 Nikon D60 33 % 3 people have voted up for this
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