Change the Information Display on the Nikon D5200
By default, the Information display of the Nikon D5200 appears as shown in the left example in this figure, with the three large circular graphics representing, from left to right, the shutter speed, f-stop, and ISO settings. Notice that as you adjust the f-stop setting, the center of its circle grows or shrinks to represent the opening and closing of the aperture.
If you prefer, you can switch from the default display style to the simpler design shown on the right in the figure. To do so, select Info Display Format from the Setup menu, as shown on the left in this figure, and press OK to display the second screen in the figure.
From here, you can set the display format separately for the P, S, A, and M exposure modes and for the remaining automatic modes. Highlight your choice, press the Multi Selector right, and then select the display style you prefer. You can choose from two styles, Graphic (the default) and Classic (the simpler display), and for each style, you can select from three background colors: black, blue, and light gray.