Nikon D3200 equipped with a CMOS sensor at 24.2 megapixels combined with Nikon EXPEED 3 processor. With that combination, the camera is claimed to be able to produce sharp images and rich colors with a minimum noise level at high ISO. To be more tempting, Nikon ISO goes along with a complete selection of options from ISO 100 to ISO 6400 which can be expanded up to ISO 12800. The hope, those users who like to take pictures in low light conditions can be satisfied. While the need for speed, the Nikon D3200 offers a feature continuos shoot at 4 frames per second.
On this new camera, Nikon also equip it with cutting-edge technologies such as the Nikon Scene Recognition System and 3D Color Matrix Metering II. Blend these two technologies creates the accuracy of auto focus and more accurate metering system to allow you to produce images at the right level of exposure.
The increase is not seen in the picture sector, but also in the video sector. Increasing the ability for the Nikon D3200 can record video in 1080p format at 30fps, and 720p at 60fps. You can also make a video with clear audio quality thanks to the support of its external mic input.
Well, there is an interesting feature that is currently special dimliki by Nikon D3200, which is the ease of transferring high-resolution images over a Wi-Fi. Using Wireless Mobile Adapter specifically, the Nikon WU-1a, you can easily transfer high-resolution images to other devices such as smartphones and Android tablets, as well as computer equipment.
Not only that, Nikon is preparing a special application for Android and IOS devices to facilitate you in taking photos. Through this application, you can make Android and IOS devices to an external viewfinder for shooting and helped trigger to press the shutter button.
Where to Buy
Nikon D3200 will be available around early May 2012 in two colors red and black body. If you are interested to have it, this camera is priced at around U.S. $ 699.95 including the AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR. Get Nikon D3200 only for $536 at Amazon