Nikon D3200 Review

June 6, 2012 | Mark Goldstein |

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The D3200 ($699) is the entry-level camera in Nikon's digital SLR line-up. It's designed to be consumer friendly (in terms of both price and features), but Nikon didn't skimp on features here. The D3200 features a whopping 24.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor, 4 frame/sec continuous shooting, 1080p HD video, a good set of manual controls, and optional Wi-Fi support. It's also very easy-to-use, with a Guide Mode that helps beginners take better photos.
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Featuring an impressive specification, but also promising to be accessible for beginners, is the Nikon D3200 the perfect entry-level DSLR? Find out in the What Digital Camera Nikon D3200 review
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The Nikon D3200 is the company’s latest entry-level DSLR. Announced in April 2012, it replaces the best-selling D3100 and like that model, makes a number of key improvements. The headline upgrade is pure resolution with the new D3200 boasting nothing less than 24 Megapixels, a whopping ten more than its predecessor - indeed it subsequently becomes the highest resolution DX-format body in the Nikon range, let alone the highest entry-level model.
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