This review for Nikon’s 24-megapixel D3200 entry-level DSLR was just posted today. That’s perfect timing since lots of people are in the midst of last minute Christmas shopping and the D3200 is one of the best-selling DSLRs available right now. Besides a 24-megapixel DX-format sensor (APS-C), the D3200 has 1080p full HD video with full-time auto focus, 4 frames per second burst, a built-in pop-up flash, and sensitivity all the way up to ISO 12,800. So if you’re heading out to buy a new digital SLR for a serious beginner, the family or for yourself, make sure to check out 1961sg’s D3200 review first. It’s not the longest or most detailed user review but it’s coming from an experienced photographer who’s used all kinds of cameras and it covers the basics well.
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Featured Review: Nikon D3200 Digital SLR
by 1961sg (Professional)
|Price Paid: $429 from Kerrisdale Cameras
Review Date: December 24, 2012
Overall Rating: 5 of 5
This Camera is fantastic. It’s got more features and uses than you can shake a stick at and top it all off at 24Mp. I was put off of Nikon years ago by the absolutely abysmal D100. I love Nikon glass but what good was fantastic glass if you couldn’t have a body that took a picture that wasn’t in focus, white balance was out, sharpness was terrible. So I ended up with Canon. Don’t get me wrong Canon has nice glass too I just prefer Nikon. Anyway I bought this little guy on a lark because it was only $429 for the body and I still had an 18-70 AF-S kicking around. Well, Nikon has come a long way from the D100. Picture quality is outstanding and the features endless… (read more)