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|Megapixels:||24.2MP||Features:||Auto Focus, Exposure Compensation, Built-in GPS|
|The Nikon 24.2 MP camera offers a wide range of sophisticated functions and features and is suitable for use by photography professionals. The Nikon D3200 comes with a DX-Format CMOS sensor and an EXPEED III image processor. The display on the professional digital camera is a 3-inch, 921,000-dot LCD. The lens kit included with the Nikon 24.2 MP camera includes an 18 mm-55 mm AF-S DX VR G lens and a 55 mm-200 mm AF-S DX VR G lens. The Nikon D3200 takes blur-free pictures and is perfect for medium telephoto to wide-angle shots. The professional digital camera offers an 11-point autofocus that has phase detection in the camera finder to make sure that a quality shot is never missed. The Nikon 24.2 MP camera records video in full 1080p high definition. The Nikon D3200 also offers a Live View feature that allows users to play back video, navigate the menu, or browse through photos on the LCD. The professional digital camera comes in black and offers a flash with a 420-pixel RGB sensor that is built in.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||115859013|
|Product Key Features|
|Features||Auto Focus, Exposure Compensation, Built-in GPS|
|Additional Product Features|
|MAX Video Resolution||1920x1080|
|Still Image Format||Raw + JPEG|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR|
|Light Sensitivity||100-6400, 12800|
|Lens Aperture||F/3.5-5.6 and F/4.0-5.6|
|Lens for Sd||Af-S Dx Ed II 18-55mm and Af-55-200mm|
|Additional Features||1080p Full Hd Movie Recording, Exposure Compensation, Self Timer, Autofocus, Built-In GPS, Auto White Balance|
|Supported Flash Memory||SDXC Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, SD Memory Card|
|Focus Adjustment||Autofocus & Manual Focus|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
Superb entry-level performance
At around $500, this Nikon D3200 kit, with two vibration-reduction (VR) zoom lenses is a great kit to get you into professional-level capabilities without breaking the budget. The kit comes complete with everything you need EXCEPT A MEMORY CARD. Be sure you buy a card with a fast transfer speed (the speed at which data can be written to the card). The fast speed will make a difference if you shoot sequence shots (the D3200 shoots up to 4 frames per second in sequence mode). I shoot in manual modes, so can't attest to the automated settings, but this camera has all the popular presets, from "Portrait", "Sports" or "Landscape" preset modes, to operation in Shutter Priority or Aperture Priority. The VR works great shooting long telephoto shots, and the autofocus is amazingly fast and accurate. I've had this camera about 9 months now, and have used it in all 4 seasons. It has never let me down, produces beautiful images, it's light in weight, and the battery will last a week or more, has lasted me all day while out & about shooting pics. The camera also shoots video, and has a number of features I am yet to learn and explore. Be aware the DX format has a "compact" image capture device (CCD), which is slightly smaller than a "full-size" 35mm imager. Read up about it. So far, it seems to make no difference to me. Bottom line is there is a smaller "viewing" area you're capturing. Like a narrower "field of view" in binoculars. Secondly, be aware the camera is designed for AF-S lenses, meaning the servo motor for auto-focus is within the lens. (AF format lenses are for cameras that have the servo motor in the camera body). This just means you want AF-S DX lenses to work seamlessly with your camera. A standard Nikon N-mount, you can use other lenses, including those without servos, you just may need to make adjustments manually. A Nikon owner all my life, I was little disappointed to see the gear is manufactured in China, not Japan, but it has Nikon's good name on it, so I hope the quality follows suit. So far so good. No experience with warranty repair (a good thing- no malfunctions so far), though I have had experience with Nikon USA Service & Repair for an auxiliary lens, and found their response (while not inexpensive) very fast. All around, a great, powerful camera in a small, light, reasonably-priced package. I would highly recommend the Nikon D3200, particularly with the VR lenses. Scott O'Connor.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: thenetresult
Poor image quality
Even when using auto focus, many photos are blurred. When taking pics of things up close like flowers and insects, the image quality is lacking, even in the appropriate settings. This bundle doesn't have a wide angel lens so sunset photography isn't easy. I honestly get superior photos in all categories of photography with my Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: tech_avenue
I ordered this camera expecting it to be sort of beat up (because you know, used) but it came looking brand new and not only that but all the lenses came in beautiful condition. The pictures on this camera come out great! And the video/sound is equally great! This is one of the best purchases I've made in a while.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: dattaus2014
The quality I was looking forward to in a Nikon was delivered.
I have had this camera for about 6 weeks. I've had good pictures and also let my daughter and wife use the camera and they found it easy to use. To sum it up best, I've wanted this type camera for years and my wife commented after the first family get together, "Wow, you have taken so many excellent pictures with this camera, I wish you bought one long before this." So easy to use I look forward to advancing beyond the basic instructions in the future. My wife is even talking about taking a photography course once she retires in June. To anyone looking for an entry level SLR this is an excellent choice.