Nikon D3200 DSLR

You should never judge a camera by its megapixels. In the D3200’s case, however, it’s safe to make an exception. Nokia’s latest entry level digital SLR has a whopping 24.3 megapixel sensor – a size that is usually reserved for professional cameras that cost several thousand dollars. This camera uses an ergonomic design with two colors, namely black and red.

Nikon DSLR D3200 is featuring with a 24 Megapixel DX format CMOS sensor and EXPEED 3 image proc. An optional Wireless Mobile Adapter allows remote capture and transfer of images to smartphones and tablets via Wifi. And a new refined Guide Mode makes it even easier to learn photography while you shoot. In addition Nikon also has a 11 point autofocus that allows the user to keep focus while the subject moves constantly and rapidly and also has ISO 100-6400 can be elevated up to ISO 12800. ISO itself is a function of enabling users to take high quality photos in low lighting conditions.
Additionally the camera has 1080p video recording is available in at 24, 25 and 30fps. But when the camera is scaled to 720p HD quality, the speed will increase to 50 and 60fps. Then for an external microphone 2012 Nikon DSLR D3200 camera is complete with a stereo mic jack.
Pixel-count aside, the changes from the predecessor D3100 are subtle but, with 1080p30 video, a 920k dot LCD and the option to add an affordable Wi-Fi transmitter, there are clear benefits over the D3100’s specification. As usual for Nikons at this level, the D3200 doesn’t feature a built-in focus motor, and nor does it offer auto exposure bracketing. It also features a simplified version of the Active D-Lighting function that is now common across Nikon’s DSLR range.
2012 Nikon DSLR D3200 offers control exposure manually or automatically, stereo microphone input, and HDMI output for HD TV content sharing through. Video recording process was facilitated by a dedicated video record button and lever Live View is easily accessible, as well as a 3-inch LCD screen with 921k dot resolution.
3 new EXPEED processor on this 2012 Nikon DSLR D3200 promises faster burst mode, reaching 4fps in full resolution. The new processor from Nikon D3200 allows you to produce image quality and crystal clear video with colorful life, the subtle gradations of color and low noise levels.
Nikon DSLR D3200 also adds Guide Mode, this mode serves as a tutorial composition, manual controls and shooting modes. Nikon D3200 presents six Scene Modes consisting of Potrait, Landscape, Child, Sports, Close-Up, and Night Portrait

Key Points:

  • 24MP CMOS sensor
  • ISO 100-6400 (plus ISO 12,800-equivalent Hi1 setting)
  • Expeed 3 processing
  • 3.0″, 920k dot screen
  • Full HD 1080p30 video (with 25p and 24p options)
  • Microphone socket
  • Twin IR remote receivers
  • 4 frame-per-second continuous shooting
  • Guide mode
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