Nikon D3200 entry-level DSLR is great for experts too
You’re looking at the Nikon D3200, a new entry-level DSLR with a 24.2-megapixel sensor and the kind of processor and features one would expect to find on more costly cameras. Flexible ISO settings, full HD video, and lots of automatic scene modes make for a DSLR that sounds the business. And not just for beginners.
The specs of the Nikon D3200 belie its entry-level label. This camera pretty much packs in everything needed from beginner level to the more serious photo fan to enjoy. The D3200 comes with Nikon’s 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and the same kind of EXPEED 3 image processor found on Nikon’s higher end cameras.
Flexibility in shooting comes from an ISO setting between 100-6400, suitable for most conditions likely to be thrown at the Nikon D3200. Automatic scene modes and a Guide Mode takes you through the best settings to use for different scenarios so that beginners know how to take great photos in any situation. The Nikon D3200 can produce lossless Raw images or compressed JPEGs.
The D3200 will also shoot video in full high definition (1080p) at up to 25 frames-per-second with full-time autofocus. A microphone jack, should you wish lets you plug in a mic to enhance audio pick up for more professional projects.
The well-featured Nikon D3200 will arrive in stores from mid-May. Prices start from just £560 (inc. VAT) for the body-only, to £650 with a 18-55mm VR kit zoom.