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Nikon D5000 + 18/55vr + 55/200vr + 320GB drive + case £700.92 @ Pixmania
Nikon D5000 + 18/55vr + 55/200vr + 320GB drive + case £700.92 @ Pixmania

Nikon D5000 + 18/55vr + 55/200vr + 320GB drive + case £700.92 @ Pixmania

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Whatever your level of skill, you can achieve top-notch results straight away with this Nikon D5000 camera!

The Nikon D5000 is incredibly easy to get to grips with, and it comes with a host of automatic modes to make things even simpler. It also boasts an HD video recording mode and an adjustable screen to really open up the options.

The D5000 is great for all kinds of photography. Thanks to its 2.7-inch LCD screen, you can line up your shot carefully and capture your subjects when they're looking their best.

In addition to its Live View mode, the D5000 features the D-Movie mode, previously seen on the D90, for recording HD videos with 1280 x 720-pixel resolution at a rate of 24 frames per second.

With its 12-megapixel CMOS sensor, this SLR camera is more than capable of shooting crisp, highly-detailed images. Plus, the D5000 is equipped with 11 AF points and 3D tracking, which keeps the focus on your subject even if the composition changes. Meanwhile, the D5000's different scene modes and automatic white balance nicely round off the package.

When it comes to maintenance, the D5000 from Nikon incorporates a dual dust-removal system, complete with low-pass filter vibrations and airflow control to gently clean the camera.

The Nikon D5000 is supplied here with the 18-55mm and 55-200mm stabilised lenses for frame-worthy results, regardless of the surrounding conditions!




I was looking for a good deal on a d5000, i think given the 55-200 lense is VR aswell this a better deal then the jessops one, but on top of that you get a handy 320GB 2.5" USB HDD

Cheers to Waltersmith, also £50 cashback on d5000's from nikon!

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Title needs changing to 55/200 + Mention the £50 cashback from Nikon

I had a look at various SLR's in Currys. I can't understand how anyone can take good pictures with the Nikon models. The viewfinder is so dark that you can't see properly if you subject is in focus. You HAVE to rely entirely on automatic. If I spend so much money a SLR I want at least manual photography possible. I'm not voting here but recommend, go and look at several SLR makes before you buy.

pet2000;8112896

I had a look at various SLR's in Currys. I can't understand how anyone … I had a look at various SLR's in Currys. I can't understand how anyone can take good pictures with the Nikon models. The viewfinder is so dark that you can't see properly if you subject is in focus. You HAVE to rely entirely on automatic. If I spend so much money a SLR I want at least manual photography possible.



Been using a D40 for 2 years now. Can't see where you are coming from with this. There are many many happy Nikon users in this world.

Cold voting is probably because HUKD members don't much like Pixmania. Can anyone confirm that the Nikon cashback applies to UK purchases from them.

The viewfinder is brighter on the D90 and the Nikon professional ranges but like Walter I have had no problems with the similar finder on the D40. I have a D70S and hope to replace it one day with the D90 but prices remain high. The D5000 is not compatible with older lenses that some of us still use.

i wouldn't say this is an awesome deal

the d5000 can be picked up for £503 + £170 for the lens. This leaves £27 to buy a 320gb hd, which is acheivable without too much trouble

Aye, gotta agree, its Ok but not really a deal of the HKUD proportions.

ascen;8113092

i wouldn't say this is an awesome dealthe d5000 can be picked up for £503 … i wouldn't say this is an awesome dealthe d5000 can be picked up for £503 + £170 for the lens. This leaves £27 to buy a 320gb hd, which is acheivable without too much trouble



Agree it is not a great deal - but you get the case as well....

WalterSmith;8112917

Been using a D40 for 2 years now. Can't see where you are coming from … Been using a D40 for 2 years now. Can't see where you are coming from with this. There are many many happy Nikon users in this world.



D5000, I think it's to do with live view. Same for D70. Look at the D5000 and D3000 in a shop and you know what I mean.

D40 and D70 aren't suitable for manual focus anyway. Has to be at least D80 or higher model. If you are happy with yours thats fine but when you spend £500 + for a SLR you probably want to do more than what you can do with a D40.

pet2000;8113441

D5000, I think it's to do with live view. Same for D70. Look at the D5000 … D5000, I think it's to do with live view. Same for D70. Look at the D5000 and D3000 in a shop and you know what I mean. D40 and D70 aren't suitable for manual focus anyway. Has to be at least D80 or higher model. If you are happy with yours thats fine but when you spend £500 + for a SLR you probably want to do more than what you can do with a D40.



Oh err missus

pet2000;8113441

D5000, I think it's to do with live view. Same for D70. Look at the D5000 … D5000, I think it's to do with live view. Same for D70. Look at the D5000 and D3000 in a shop and you know what I mean. D40 and D70 aren't suitable for manual focus anyway. Has to be at least D80 or higher model. If you are happy with yours thats fine but when you spend £500 + for a SLR you probably want to do more than what you can do with a D40.



You are Sir, with all due respect, talking utter b*ll*cks
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