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|Seller Notes:||“Like new working condition. No scratches or damage. Come with kit lens”|
|Weight:||16 Oz.||Battery Type:||Lithium-Ion|
|Custom Bundle:||Yes||Features:||Auto Focus|
|Bundle Description:||Kit lens 18-55mm AF-S Lens f/ 3.5-5.6 Amazon Basics carrying bag Original battery and charger 16GB SD Card||Color:||
|Manufacturer Color:||Black||Series:||Nikon D|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||141043310|
|Product Key Features|
|Additional Product Features|
|Lens Type||Zoom Lens|
|Light Sensitivity MAX||1006400|
|MAX Video Resolution||1920x1080|
|Optical Viewfinder Type||Eye-Level Penta-Dach Mirror|
|Focal Length Range||18mm-55mm|
|Exposure Compensation||-3 Ev to +3 Ev (In 1/3 Ev Steps)|
|Still Image Format||Nef (Raw), JPEG, Raw + JPEG|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR|
|Light Sensitivity||100-6400, 100-12800, 200-6400|
|Shooting Programs||Sports Mode, Landscape, Night Portrait, Children, Close-Up, Portrait Mode|
|Battery Form Factor||Manufacturer Specific|
|Digital Video Format||H.264, MOV|
|Lens for Sd||Af-S Dx Ed Vr G 18-55mm|
|Additional Features||Autofocus, USB 2.0|
|Special Effects||Monochrome, Neutral, Landscape, Vivid Audio, Portrait|
|Supported Flash Memory||SDHC Card, SD Card, SDXC Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Card, SD Memory Card|
|Flash Type||Pop-Up Flash|
|Focus Adjustment||Autofocus & Manual Focus|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
Great Non-Professional, Professional Camera
I've been watching lots of YouTube videos to get to know all the features of my "new" Nikon D3200 DSLR. Many of the people in the YouTubes say the camera's a good "beginners" DSLR. I don't know why they consider it a "beginners" camera. The body has 12 buttons and there are another 10 mode settings on the exposure wheel! In my humble opinion, this is a great professional camera for non-professionals. I love it. I'm very happy with my decision to get this particular model.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: krisden_83
Nikon vs Canon
I bought this camera as a knock around camera to save wear and tear on my Canon. I would rate this camera more closely to the old kid style Pentax I had before the Canon I now have as a primary camera. For a beginner this is a nice camera, easy to use and a great first camera. While this camera has some great features, including over 20mp, I prefer the quicker adjustment of a touchscreen monitor and the picture quality of a 58mm vs 52mm lens of my Canon rebel. The Niton is a good camera and if you want to print wall sized photo's the higher pixel rating is better but for quality pictures and ease of operation I prefer Canon.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: matmac24
Entry DSLR Level Camera. I think its better than entry level status just me
From the beginning of my rearch I was leaning towards Nikon... I find this camera my 1st DLSR to be more than efficient for me. I've taken a lot of pictures in my life time. Now I'm stepping up to the DSLR world. I wanted to start taking pictures in manual mode for more options to render. No, I'm not a professional photographer. However, quality is quality. I guess you can call me mid-level. The camera is set up so easy to use. Nikon made sure that most would endure using the d3200. The camera is not complicated at all to use. But like every thing else you have to read and study the camera in order to be an effective photographer with it. This Camera takes great pictures, true vibrant pictures. Because of the 24 pixel you have the option to blow your pictures up to unbelievable sizes without any pixelated outcome. There's a lot of maneuvering capabilities this camera offers. Nikon is a great and long lasting company. Mid-level photographers such as myself enjoy the the makeup of this camera. I'm glad I did my research on this product. Competition is very competitive in the market. Reading all the reviews help me make the final decision. The camera is a great camera for my 1st DSLR. Practice many different senerios for greater effect in manual mode. Great investment if you want to move up in the DSLR world. Well worth it.
This is a nice camera for a first step into the world of DSLRs or for someone who is an "enthusiast". The camera is fairly light and compact with lots of features. It can use all of the DX lens that it's bigger brothers (D5500, D7200, etc.) use. The photos tend to come out a bit brighter than they would on other Nikon cameras. But overall it is a good camera for most users and a great value now that the D3300 is out. I used my Nikon D3200 for a while, but decided to move up to a D5300, which I just got and haven't use much yet. But I bet for most users the D3200 is enough camera.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: peach_photo
Excellent Entry Level DSLR
I've been itching for a DSLR ever since my old Cannon AE-1 was stolen 10 years ago, but cost has always stopped me from pulling the trigger. Saw this refurbished D3200 for an irresistable price, so now I have one! I'm far from a pro level photographer, but I wanted something I could experiment/learn with and this entry level DSLR fits the bill nicely. I can use it in 3 different "priority" modes or even full manual for my creative side, or I can put it in full auto mode when I just want to snap. It's small and light weight. At first I was thinking it was too small for a comfortable grip in my largish hand, but I have become accustomed to the size and no longer have a grip problem. I feel that this is a good platform to start with. Now I just need a couple good lenses and this camera should do everything I want... For now...