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Nikon D3200 Review

Nikon D3200 delivers a whole new standard for an entry level digital SLR camera. With 24 megapixel image sensor, the successor to the Nikon D3100 offers a high resolution image in its category. Whether digital SLR camera is value for its price, we consider the Nikon D3200.

Nikon D3200's Image Quality
The image sensor with high resolution show the advantages and disadvantages of it - it is about information, is mapped to the real picture. However, image quality is not so good at ISO 800, noise is apparent in the original image size. For copies in A3, it's hardly visible at ISO 3200. The larger image sensors also bring its disadvantage of storage capacity. This limits the ability to capture, because the autofocus is about 0.5 seconds in the light is just too slow.

A GPS receiver can be plugged into a stereo microphone, or replace integrated mono microphone. Also a wireless connection is possible. In terms of video, Nikon D3200 camera records in full HD resolution.

Nikon D3200 Features

1. 24.2 Megapixel DX CMOS Sensor
2. EXPEED III Image Processing
3. ISO Range from 100-6400 with Hi ISO 12,800
4. WiFi Connectivity With External WU-1A WiFi Adapter
5. 1080p HD Video
6. 4 Frames Per Second

24.2 Megapixel DX sensor

The sensor 24 is a multi-megapixel DX format. This means that it will effectively multiply the lens that you put on this camera by 1.5 times. So if you have a 80-200mm lens, it has a seasonal factors will go for the lens and give you a field of view of 120mm-300mm. I hope I explained that ok. It seems a bit confusing for me when I read it. Basically, if you go to lets say bird or sports photography, the lens on the camera you will be multiplied by one and a half and this time is a certain benefit! However, we need to be fair here. Since DX lens's 1.5x lens, if you are shooting landscape or lets say you are a broker and trying to have a picture in a room 8 x 10, you will need to make sure you compensate by using a fairly wide lens. For example, a 18-35mm lens. With the Nikon D3200, you are not restricted Nikon lenses. For example, you can buy the Sigma, Tamron, Tokina lens as long as they are created for a Nikon digital SLR.

EXPEED Image Processing III

Allows for quick operation. Will allow you to do in camera editing with many features that had previously been either left out of a standard DSLR or been made available only on professional model cameras. I think you will really like the in camera filter effect options.

ISO range from 100-6400 With high ISO 12800

In years past, many digital cameras (including the first professional model that I purchased) had issues at higher ISO levels and that is if they even had the option of having higher ISO’s. The ISO is for different sensitivities to light. If you have a bright sunny day, you may be shooting at ISO 100 while a cloudy day may require ISO 400. As the sun dips down and you want to capture a beautiful picture of the lighthouse and the orange of the sky, you will either want to shoot at a slower shutter speed on a tripod or bump the ISO up to 800, 1600, or more. Older digital cameras had quite a bit of noise in higher ISO’s and often stopped at ISO 1600. Newer cameras including the Nikon D3200 handle low light/high ISO’s much better than previous digital cameras.

With WiFi connectivity option WU-1a WiFi Module

This perhaps excites me more than any other feature of the camera. Having the option to purchase the WU-1a WiFi Module will allow you take pictures and then immediate have images sent to a smartphone (iPhone and Android), as well as laptop or table up to about 49 feet away from your Nikon D3200. I had the privilege of demo’ing this on a professional digital camera and can only say that I was extremely jazzed that my wife could literally be editing images as I shoot them. The WU-1a should retail for about $59.99 and I believe it will be available in late May 2012. Actually, you can preorder the Nikon WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter here.

1080p HD Video

Here is another exciting feature. Just one push of a button puts you into HD 1080P video recording mode in full time autofocus. So instead of carrying around that camera and having to pull out your flip video camera (pointing at myself right now), you can take cinematic quality 24 or 30 frame per second video. And if you want to see your video right away, just take a look at the Nikon D3200 3 inch screen and you will be watching the 921,000 LCD. You will also have access to automatic exposure control (or you can choose manual) as well as having the option to purchase and use a stereo microphone, such as the ME-1 which has received very good reviews. Here is a look at the ME-1 stereo microphone.

4 frames per second

Back in the day with the original digital camera professional, I used to sport shooting at 3 frames per second. Certainly there are cameras 8 frames per second, but I was arrested (and paid) for some hockey, baseball, wrestling, and basketball pictures. Nikon D3200 can capture images at 4 frames per second continuously. No, this would not be classified as a sports camera, but just think about how easy can be to capture your little one sliding into home plate at 4 frames per second, or get that child flying birds. The only concern would be quick through the SD card.

Nikon D3200 DSLR Digital Camera Features and Specs

Dimensions: 125 x 96 x 76.5 mm
24.2 million effective pixels
1080P Full HD Video recording
Sensor: 23.2 x 15.4 mm CMOS Image sensor
Nikon F mount Lens
EXPEED 3 image-processing engine
Image Sensor: 23.2 x 15.4 mm CMOS sensor
LCD Screen Size: TFT color LCD monitor
6x Optical Zoom, 4x Digital Zoom
Shutter Speed: 1/4,000 to 30 s
Image Stabiliser, Face Detection, Autofocus, Smile and shoot mode
Face Recognition Technology
Self Timer
Internal memory: Yes
SD/SDHC/SDXC card Storage
ISO sensitivity: 100 to 6400
Full Quality image capture
USB, Video Out and HDMI ports
Battery: Lithium-ion EN-EL14 Rechargeable Battery
Weight: 505g

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Nikon D3200 DSLR Sample HD Photography Shoot

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