Nikon S5200 vs Sigma fp Overview
The following is a extended overview of the Nikon S5200 and Sigma fp, former is a Small Sensor Compact while the other is a Advanced Mirrorless by brands Nikon and Sigma. There is a considerable difference between the sensor resolutions of the S5200 (16MP) and fp (25MP) and the S5200 (1/2.3") and fp (Full frame) posses totally different sensor dimensions.Coronavirus is affecting the sensor business
The S5200 was manufactured 7 years earlier than the fp which is quite a large difference as far as tech is concerned. Both the cameras feature different body design with the Nikon S5200 being a Compact camera and the Sigma fp being a Rangefinder-style mirrorless camera.
Before we go right into a comprehensive comparison, here is a simple summation of how the S5200 scores versus the fp in regards to portability, imaging, features and an overall mark.
Nikon S5200 vs Sigma fp Key Specs
- 16MP - 1/2.3" Sensor
- 3" Fixed Display
- ISO 125 - 3200
- 1920 x 1080 video
- 26-156mm (F) lens
- 146g - 98 x 58 x 22mm
- Revealed January 2013
- 25MP - Full frame Sensor
- 3.2" Fixed Display
- ISO 100 - 25600 (Increase to 102400)
- 1/8000s Maximum Shutter
- 3840 x 2160 video
- Leica L Mount
- 422g - 113 x 70 x 45mm
- Introduced July 2019
Nikon S5200 vs Sigma fp Physical Comparison
When you are looking to lug around your camera often, you're going to have to consider its weight and size. The Nikon S5200 enjoys physical dimensions of 98mm x 58mm x 22mm (3.9" x 2.3" x 0.9") having a weight of 146 grams (0.32 lbs) and the Sigma fp has specifications of 113mm x 70mm x 45mm (4.4" x 2.8" x 1.8") accompanied by a weight of 422 grams (0.93 lbs).Unsplash partners with Institutions to bring historical archive photos
Remember that, the weight of an ILC will change dependant on the lens you use during that time. Below is a front view sizing comparison of the S5200 compared to the fp.
Factoring in dimensions and weight, the portability score of the S5200 and fp is 95 and 84 respectively.
Nikon S5200 vs Sigma fp Sensor Comparison
More often than not, it can be difficult to imagine the difference in sensor measurements purely by going through specifications. The photograph here will help provide you a greater sense of the sensor dimensions in the S5200 and fp.
Plainly, each of the cameras feature different megapixels and different sensor measurements. The S5200 using its smaller sensor is going to make getting shallow DOF tougher and the Sigma fp will provide greater detail with its extra 9 Megapixels. Greater resolution will also help you crop photos way more aggressively. The older S5200 will be disadvantaged with regard to sensor tech.