Nikon D5100 16.2 MP Digital SLR Camera & 18-55mm G VR DX AF-S Zoom Lens with 55-300mm VR Lens + 32GB Card + Case + (2) Filters + Remote + Tripod + Cleaning Kit
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- KIT INCLUDES 12 PRODUCTS - All BRAND NEW Items with all Manufacturer-supplied Accessories + Full USA Warranties:
- Nikon D5100 Digital SLR Camera & 18-55mm G VR DX AF-S Zoom Lens + Nikon 55-300mm VR DX AF-S Lens + Transcend 32GB Class10 SD Card +
- Vivitar 52mm UV Glass Filter + Vivitar 58mm UV Glass Filter + Nikon Digital SLR Camera Case +
- ML-L3 Shutter Remote Control + Precision Design 57-In. Tripod + PD SDHC Memory Card Reader +
- PD Memory Card Storage Wallet + LCD Monitor Screen Protectors + PD 6pc Complete Cleaning Kit
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|Shipping Weight||11.03 pounds|
Kit includes: ♦ 1) Nikon D5100 Digital SLR Camera & 18-55mm G VR DX AF-S Zoom Lens ♦ 2) Nikon 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G VR DX AF-S ED Zoom-Nikkor Lens ♦ 3) Transcend 32GB SecureDigital Class 10 (SDHC) Ultra-High-Speed Card ♦ 4) Vivitar 52mm UV Glass Filter ♦ 5) Vivitar 58mm UV Glass Filter ♦ 6) Nikon Starter Digital SLR Camera Case - Gadget Bag ♦ 7) Zeikos ML-L3 Wireless Shutter Release Remote Control for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras ♦ 8) Precision Design PD-57TR Photo/Video 57" Tripod with Case ♦ 9) Precision Design USB 2.0 SecureDigital (SDHC) High-Speed Memory Card Reader ♦ 10) Precision Design Memory Card Storage Wallet ♦ 11) Digital Camera/Camcorder Universal LCD Monitor Screen Protectors ♦ 12) Precision Design 6-Piece Camera & Lens Cleaning Kit The Nikon D5100 and its included AF-S 18-55mm VR lens offer a host of new photographic and video tools including a 16.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor, 4 fps continuous shooting, breathtaking Full 1080p HD Movies with full time autofocus, a swivel Vari-Angle 3.0-inch LCD monitor, and a new High Dynamic Range (HDR) setting. The Nikon AF-S 55-300mm ED VR Zoom Lens is a 5.5x zoom lens. VR II reduces the effects of camera shake and an ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass element minimizes chromatic aberration. Take more high-resolution pictures faster (10MB/sec. minimum) with this 32GB High-Capacity SecureDigital (SDHC) Class 10 memory card. The Vivitar UV Filters block out unwanted ultraviolet light. Constructed from durable, ballistic nylon, this Nikon compact system case is ideal for storing your equipment. The Zeikos ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control is a miniature infrared transmitter, that operates at ranges up to 16.4 ft./5m. Avoid camera shake with this lightweight 57-inch tripod.
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I've had this for about three weeks now and the d5100 has exceeded my expectations, it is a wonderful camera and I am turning the wife into a photographer's widow. I am still exploring the myriad of choices and learning the camera itself. I generally shoot in manual (35mm Minolta XG-7 film camera with a lot of goodies) but I have to say the presets work as advertised and if you don't like the outcome you can tweak them to get something more to your liking. The lenses' Auto Focus and Vibration Reduction work really well and you can tweak that in many ways as well as turning them off. I think this is really way more than an entry level dslr. Amazing stuff.
The tripod is a little bit lower end, no surprise there but is still quite nice. This will probably live out its life as a remote flash tripod. The Canon camera bag is a nice item though you will outgrow the size if you add much of anything. The lenses and camera take up most of the space and a speedlight will just about max it out for the larger items. It is a nice bag to have if you are just running somewhere to take a few candids at a family gathering or something like that. I purchased Amazon's backpack case, VERY nice, cant beat it for 30 bucks. I'll probably review that too. The rest of the gear fills out the camera's capabilities nicely, remote shutter release, lens filters, cleaning kit, etc. The SD card seems to be first rate, I've had no issues with wait times for the camera to write images with this class 10 chip.
Overall, I would recommend this kit highly if you are entering the dslr arena for the first time, it gives you a nice group of equipment to begin with in this realm. If you already have equipment, you might consider a body only but I still think the lens selection along with the camera body is a winner!
One thing though, the bag is an original Nikon, but I found it to be too small to carry both lenses and other equipment. I ended up buying a Lowepro Slingshot, which I found to be very comfortable, light, and roomy.
What I DON'T like is when you press the shutter, if it doesn't like your shot, it won't shoot. I've missed a few night shots that I like shooting with existing light. There must be a way, but if you are in a hurry and don't have the time to make adjustments so the camera takes the picture you want, you are screwed!
I haven't yet shot the video, but I like the fact that Nikon finally added the option. There are a lot of features I have yet to learn.
I'm a Nikon fan for sure, having happily migrated from Minolta.
My only recommendation is to get a guide book for this camera. I'm using "Nikon D5100: From Snapshots to Great Shots" by Rob Sylvan. Absolutely everything is explained in this book, with step-by-step instructions to navigate through the menus. Photography jargon, background theory in very simple language and photo examples are all laid out for all topics.
I like all the accessories this comes with, and it actually came with more than I realized I was getting.
I recommend it for the price if you are looking for a good starter kit like me.