- Focal Length: 70 - 300 mm
- Resolution: 24.2 MP
- Sensor size: 23.2 x 15.4 mm
- Screen size: 3 inch
- Sensor type: CMOS
- Type: DSLR
- Built-in Flash: Yes
- Red Eye Reduction: Yes
- Battery Type: Lithium
- LCD Info Display: TFT LCD
Nikon D3200: Featuring a 24MP Image Sensor. Expeed 3 Image Processor and Bundled Lens Kits
Nikon has finally unveiled the D3200, a DSLR meant for the pixel peepers. This camera might not be a revolutionary gadget but certainly a great bet for the beginners and enthusiasts, alike. Here is how the D3200 looks like in terms of specifications:
The D3200 boasts of a 24MP image sensor, offering a maximum image resolution of 6016x4000 pixels. Other denominations are supported with the lowest being 3008x2000 pixels. In terms of aspect ratio, the D3200 supports 3:2. The APS-C image sensor measures 23.2mmx15.4mm besides sporting the CMOS make. This camera features the Expeed 3 image processor for shooting in low-light conditions. In terms of ISO sensitivity, the D3200 features the Auto mode besides the extensive range in 100-6400, further expandable up to 12800 with the boost turned on. 12 white balance presets are supported in addition to the solitary custom white balance mode. RAW format is also supported alongside the multiple JPEG quality levels like Normal, Fine and Basic.
Focus and Optics
The Nikon D3200 supports both manual focus and autofocus with 11 point to rely upon. In terms of camera modes, this DSLR features Contrast Detect, Tracking, Face Detection and many more. The Nikon F Lens mount is featured with a crop limit of up to 1.5X.
In terms of shutter speed, the Nikon D3200 features a range of 30-1/4000 sec. This camera includes the aperture and shutter priority modes besides the built-in flash and an extensive range of 12.00m for the same. External flash is supported as well via Wireless sync and the Hot-shoe. Manual exposure mode is featured as well in addition to the multiple flash modes like Auto, Rear Curtain and many more. Burst shooting is allowed at 4 frames per second. Self timer is available alongside the multiple metering modes.
In terms of video recording, the Nikon D3200 supports Full HD or 1080 movies at 30 frames per second. Other resolutions in HD and 424p are supported as well. In terms of featured formats, the Nikon D3200 supports MPEG-4 and H.264. Mono microphone and speaker are integrated in addition to the multiple Videography notes.
The Nikon D3200 features a 3 inch fixed LCD with 921K dots as the screen resolution. The TFT LCD panel supports a 160 degree wide viewing angle in addition to the Live View. In terms of the viewfinder, an optical Penta-mirror is featured with 95 percent coverage and magnification limit of up to 0.8X.
Connectivity and Storage
The Nikon D3200 boasts of the USB 2.0 for faster file transfers. Mini Type C HDMI port is featured as well in addition to the optional wireless support and remote access. In terms of storage, SD, SDHC and SDXC digital memory cards are supported.
Build and Battery
The Nikon D3200 weighs 505g and measures 125mmx96mmx77mm in terms of dimensions. Powering the Nikon D3200 is a Li-Ion EN-EL14 battery module that is rechargeable in nature and claims up to 540 shots on a single charge.
The Nikon D3200 supports the 18-55mm and the Tamron 70-300mm Lens kits. While the former features f/3.5-5.6 lens aperture, the Tamron variant offers better resolution with the Screw on Type Filter and the low dispersion glass element.