Nikon D3100 Digital SLRs

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D3100

Based on the D3000, the 14-megapixel entry-level D3100 digital SLR adds 1080p full HD video and it's the world's first DSLR to have full-time auto focus in video mode.

User Reviews (2)

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Old man ? big kid   Beginner [Jul 14, 2012]
Strength:

Easy to use, great results. The built in guide is useful, especially for a novice. The price is good for an entry level camera and I can see it lasting me quite a while. Although calling 'entry level' is a bit deceiving as it is capable of producing, as far as I can see, perfectly professional results once mastered. At the moment I can think of no reasons why I should change it. The option of VR on the lens options is good

Weakness:

Perhaps an infra red option for the remote as the older version used to have, but that's not a how stopper as there are plenty of good value wireless remotes out there. I can't think of anything bad to say about it to be honest as I'm loving using it!

I read a few reviews before I purchased this camera, which were all very positive. I have no regrets at all buying this camera, and it was just the thing to get me back into SLR photography after a 30 year break.
Got a good deal in my view at £350 GBP with the 18-55 Nikkor lens ($545 USD approx)

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5
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5
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fcimbar   Intermediate [Dec 01, 2010]
Strength:

Compaact-like
Image quality
Light
Feel
Video
SD card
Battery life
Nikkor lenses

Weakness:

No DOF dedicated button
No AF motor

Great entry level DSLR

Similar Products Used: D40
D40x
D3000
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5
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