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Good quality at high ISOs.
Guide Mode for beginners.
Continuous video autofocus.
Easy to use.
Performs well and delivers great images.
Small pentamirror viewfinder.
Kit lens could be better.
Perhaps 24 megapixels might be overkill for entry-level users.
No auto exposure bracketing or optical depth-of-field preview.
Complicated menu system.
Underused command dial.
No built-in AF motor so can't auto-focus with non AF-S lenses.
No live histogram.
Slight blue cast on LCD display in some lighting conditions.
Relatively high price.
By 5FWD on December 10, 2012
Nikon's D3200 is the entry level DSLR from the Japanese imaging giant, but with a 24.2 megapixel sensor and crisp 3-inch LCD screen for viewing your shots around the back, this is anything but a basic picture box. Check out what we made of it in the...
By Expert Reviews on July 24, 2012
A superb video mode, but details in photos don't live up to expectations and the menu-driven controls bug us as much as...
By CNET Australia on July 13, 2012
The D3200 is a very enjoyable camera to use for beginner photographers. If only the LCD screen was more colour accurate and the automatic focusing in video a little less twitchy, we'd have no qualms in recommending it...
By Tech2 on July 03, 2012
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By TechRadar on June 28, 2012
A camera with 24 million pixels at the entry level is pretty extraordinary, and it's pleasing to note that the extra pixels don't come at the cost of a reduction in image quality. For beginners looking to get a bit more creative with their...
By Trusted Reviews on June 26, 2012
24.3MP APS-C CMOS sensor Nikon EXPEED 3 image processor ISO 100 - 6400 (ext. to ISO 12,800) 1080/25p Full HD Movie recording 3in/920k-dot monitor and 95% optical viewfinder Having already launched two professional-grade DSLRs in the shape of the D4...
By CNET UK on June 22, 2012
A first-class performance from a very keenly priced dSLR, the Nikon D3200 offers comprehensive menus and help for first-time users, with top-quality output that expertly balances tricky lighting to bring out the best in every...
By PC Mag on June 19, 2012
The Nikon D3200 is a very capable and compact digital SLR. Its Guide Mode is perfect for beginners, and the camera offers enough manual controls to satisfy more advanced photographers....
By TechCentral on June 18, 2012
So how does the D3200 stack up? As an entry-level camera, it's got quite a great number of features, with great improvements in video but less so when it comes to taking stills. The 24-megapixel image sensor definitely does capture more detail with...
By PhotographyBLOG on June 06, 2012
With its huge 24 megapixel sensor, the entry-level D3200 instantly becomes the highest-resolution APS-C DX format Nikon DSLR, and it offers more pixels than any competing manufacturer too. Compared to the 18-month-old D3100, Nikon has managed to...
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