undergrounddigga: It seems to me, that this camera is the perfect example for the introduction of unnecessarily large megapixels. I am an inexperienced, amateur photographer, and perhaps I'm wrong, but looking at these pictures, all I can see is that the Canon 600D completely outperforms Nikon 3200.
As an amateur I don't really understand, why would someone buy a Nikon 3200 camera? I found it too big to carry it with everyday, everywhere. I own a Canon G11 - which is a fabulous camera - as it brings smile to my face, absolutely adore using it. Let's face it, I will never be a paid photographer, so for me, taking pictures is to preserve great memories while I'm having fun.
However, I would have a question to a few pro's, if you don't mind.The reason why I have looked at entry/mid range DSLRs myself, is the ability to take super-macro's (I work on microscopes, so I like that sort of stuff).How does a Canon MP-E 65mm lens work with a camera such as 600D (FF too expensive/not worth it for me).Cheers
Of course the 600D would outperform the D3200. The D3200 and 600D are in totally different segments. The D600 D is probably going to get an upgrade in a few weeks so it would be best to compare the D3200 to the new 650D