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Nikon D5000 Camera Reviews Roundup
|TrustedReview: "The movie quality is very good, and there's no doubt that shooting video through a high quality Nikon lens does produce some very nice results, but the hit-or-miss sound quality and lack of autofocus limit its usefulness. A number of reviewers have raved about the D5000's image quality, but to be honest I wasn't overly impressed by it. Don't get me wrong, there's no problem, it's just not significantly better..." - Sep 11 2009 More »|
|DPInterface: "Performance in terms of speed and image quality was pretty good. The D5000 was quick in terms of shot-to-shot speed, and the 4 FPS burst mode performed just as advertised. My usual wants here are faster autofocus in live view and the ability to take more RAW photos in a single burst. Photo quality was good with low noise and plenty of resolution - it should be no problem using photos up to ISO 1600 or 3200 (de..." - Jul 20 2009 More »|
|RegisterHardware: "Video performance though, was disappointing, and not just because there is no 1080p HD recording option. The 24fps shooting mode means that movement is not as smooth as on videos produced by models offering 30fps. The D5000's rolling shutter meant that image stability was a bit wobbly, especially when the camera was moved. And exposure was also uneven, creating a series of light and dark bands running down the scree..." - Jul 17 2009 More »|
|Imaging Resource: "Though it stands out as an oddity in naming terms when compared to the other Nikon digital SLRs in the line, the Nikon D5000 is best described as a lower-cost D90 in a D60 body, with a smaller set of available autofocus lenses. There are a few usability issues related to the articulating LCD and autofocus in Live view mode, and the D-Movie mode won't serve to replace the basic consumer camcorder, but as I've said of..." - Jul 06 2009 More »|
Nikon D5000 Camera Recent User Reviews
- Mar 29 2013 Great, well designed, Harry Pandolfino
When digital started to wash away film I was skeptical. But digital is rising and film is disappearing. I originally bought a 'bridge' camera deciding I didn't want to do the SLR thing again but in the end I caved and bought this camera. As someone who was birthed and grew up with the mechanical SLR the first thing I noticed, with approval, is that it weighs a lot less than those o...
- Mar 24 2013 But one MAJOR flaw, IMO, J. Houghton "Dead Man Dancing"
This is a very clever, well-priced camera with a reasonable learning curve. There are plenty of reviews from more technically and artistically gifted people than myself, so I'm going to stick to one issue that gripes hell out of me after spending money on this rig. You can -- and I did -- buy a wireless remote shutter release. Very handy for nature photography where you want the cam...