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This review is from: Nikon D5200 1503 Black 24.1 MP Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm VR Lens Kit
Pros: I'm a fan of my D5200. It takes great pics. I was interested in taking night sky photos and the D5200 and the D3200 have very high test ratings for low light, so this Nikon was an obvious choice over other brands. And 39 autofocus points is a plus, too. Battery life isn't bad either.
Cons: Menus are less intuitive than other brands, but not also not too difficult to navigate.
Other Thoughts: Very good starter DSLR. While the D3200 is the entry level, if you know you're getting serious about photography, the D5200 is an excellent choice. Great feature offering that doesn't hold you back from growing from beginner to intermediate or advanced to professional photography.
Figure out what you want to do by playing around with the kit lens and then start purchasing other lenses to meet your specific needs as necessary. Like I said, the D5200 offers plenty of room for growth. You'll like what it has to offer. Cheers!
Pros: I've purchased G.SKILL memory more than once for multiple computers (mostly notebooks). It works great and I've yet to have a problem with any of it!
Cons: G.SKILL stands for "great skill in memory world." On the box for the memory they put a space between that and their exclamation points (like this !!!). It's annoying.
Not a single beef with the actual memory, though! :)
Other Thoughts: Works great in my black MacBook with the 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo and the 800MHz FSB. Leopard recognises the whole 4GB!READ FULL REVIEW