Nikon D5100 £350, $430 (with 18-55mm lens)

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Launched 2011

The D5100 is now three years old, and has been su­per­seded by the D5200 and D5300, but it’s still a fine cam­era.

4fps shoot­ing

It’s still not fast by cur­rent stan­dards, but the D5100’s con­tin­u­ous mode is ad­e­quate for rel­a­tively slow-paced ac­tion pho­tog­ra­phy.

16.2 megapixel DX sen­sor

The res­o­lu­tion ad­van­tage is small, but this is a newer sen­sor with bet­ter colour ren­di­tion and lower noise.

ISO100-6400, ex­pand­able to ISO25600

The in­creased ISO range makes the D5100 more ef­fec­tive in low light than the older, more ba­sic D3100.

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