Friday, April 27, 2012

Nikon D3200 Camera Details

Nikon D3200:

- 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor
- 11pt autofocus system (centre cross-type point)
- ISO 100-6400 (12,800 extended)
- 3in, 921k-dot LCD
- 1080p HD movie mode and 3.5in stereo microphone port
- 4fps burst shooting

Nikon D3200: 24-megapixels

At its core is what Nikon described in its preview presentation as an ‘all new' 24.2-megapixel (effective) sensor. While our assumption is that it's a Nikon-specified version of the sensor found in the both Sony Alpha A77 and NEX-7, Nikon had no further comments to support or deny this claim.
Although the resolution is high, the target market is for those new to DSLR cameras. But if the higher price - the D3200 will costs £650 with an 18-55mm lens - and megapixel count seem somewhat daunting then, fear not, the 14.2MP Nikon D3100 will also continue to run alongside its bigger brother.
Capble of shooting from ISO 100-6400 (extendable to ISO 12,800), the D3200 utilises the same EXPEED 3 processing engine as found in the top-tier Nikon D4 model.

Nikon D3200: Movie Master

The new sensor is not only capable of capturing top-spec images, but also brings new heights to entry-level movie capture. As well as 1080p capture at 24, 25 or 30fps, the camera also includes a 3.5in microphone port to capture stereo sound with an external microphone (sold separately) - a first for an entry-level DSLR. It seems that the goal posts continue to move, and the D3200 is a big push forward when it comes to both stills and video.

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