Friday, April 20, 2012

Nikon D3200 - The Latest DSLR Offering From Nikon

Nikon D3200
Nikon D3200
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The successor to the Nikon D3100 was unveiled recently by Nikon. Although it looks like its predecessor, the Nikon D3200 has a number of features that makes it an enhancement to the previous model of the DSLR from Nikon.

The main feature that makes the Nikon D3200 a definite enhancement from the Nikon D3100 is its 24-megapixel sensor. This is a major upgrade from the D3200 which only had a 14-megapixel sensor. The Expeed 3 image processor of the latest DSLR offering from Nikon allows it to shoot four frames per second in its burst mode.

The Nikon D3200 also offers a high ISO at 6400 although its expanded mode will allow an ISO of 12800. Its video mode allows the DSLR to record 1080p videos at 24 frames per second and 30 frames per second. It also features an HDMI output and a 3.5 millimeter mic-in port.

Focusing on the images will be facilitated with the 11-point autofocus system of the Nikon D3200.

Wireless image sharing to smartphones is also possible with the Nikon D3200 although it will be necessary to purchase the WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter which has a price tag of around $60. The wireless adapter can be clipped on the side of the Nikon D3200 and allows users to control the DSLR using the smartphone art a maximum distance of fifty feet. The Android app will be released near the end of May while the iOS app will be available by autumn.

The Nikon D3200 will come with the AF-S DX Nikkor 18mm-55mm kit lens and it is expected to be available near the end of April at a price tag of around $700. The upcoming Nikon D3200 will be available in two color options, the standard black color option and a red color option.

Aside from the Nikon D3200, the camera manufacturer also unveiled the latest full format prime lens, which is a 28mm / D1.8 lens with a price tag of around $700. The latest prime lens offering of Nikon is compatible with the FX and DX cameras.

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