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Review: Nikon D5000

updated 05:25 pm EDT, Fri July 17, 2009

Nikon D5000 Review

The hierarchy at Nikon is hoping that it can catch lightning in a bottle with the D5000 introduced in the spring of this year. A 12.3 megapixel offering, it effectively becomes the bridge camera between the simpler compacts in the sub-$400 range and prosumer rigs in the above-$1,000 price point -- and also the least expensive DSLR to produce HD video at the same time. However, is it priced right or left wanting? We investigate in our full review of one of the more fiercely competitive cameras on the market.



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