- Focal Length: 18 - 140 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
- Battery Type: Lithium
- LCD Info Display: TFT LCD
Nikon D3200 with AF S DX 18 to 140mm VR II Lens Kit:
The D3200 comes with more technology, more promise and more pixels. Here’s a review on this camera:
The D3200 includes an EXPEED 3 processing engine that promises to deliver quicker processing, low noise and a range of frame rates for Full HD video recording. Additionally, this camera includes the 24-2 million-pixel sensor that is perhaps a major upgrade since the D3100. The camera point out the cropping potential that such a high resolution offers. There is also a Guide mode on this camera that includes features like adding Reds in Sunsets which - along with the original guides - is designed to help users to achieve the best possible image quality without necessarily having to have a huge amount of photographic knowledge.
Another feature that is sure to appeal the intended target group is the option to purchase an additional Wi-Fi adaptor, the WU-1A, which connects the camera to smart phones and tablets for remote shooting and uploading images to social networking sites. Retouch capabilities such as straighten; crop images and digital art filters have been added on to this camera.
Design and Display:
The Nikon D3200 takes most of its design leads from the D3100. However, a distinction involving the improvements to the ergonomics is obvious. This camera feels robust enough to withstand minor knocks and scrapes, although it obviously doesn't have the higher quality of build of its bigger, more expensive brothers in the lineup. Nikon has also brought out a new and improved 921k-dot resolution screen. The screen is very bright and clear; it is an improvement from the 230k-dot screen.
AF S DX 18 to 140mm VR II lens:
The camera comes with plenty of lens choices. The 18-140 mm lens is pretty great and makes an excellent choice. The VR II provides excellent and fine details to every image and video that you capture.
The D3200 indeed manages to enthrall the eye of photographers.