Nikon D3200

Announced Apr 19, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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cinscott
By: cinscott (1 week ago)
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Hi. I had been happily using my D90 for 4 years as a hobbyist. It is going to be too expensive to fix and am needing some help with a new Nikon. I am looking at the D3200 and D5100/5200 bodies. The D7000/7100 is another option. I am concerned over the "beginner" marketing of the D3200. I have two DX lenses and want to use those with the new body. Af-S Nikkor 18-105 (use ALL the time) and AF-S Nikkor 35mm. Price is a factor however, I want to get a good camera that will last me years as well...
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Hello- I know there have been several similar posts regarding this same question so pardon me if this is a repeat... I am shopping for my first DSLR. I am tired of using a P&S and ready to start learning more about photography. I am having a tough time deciding on the D3200, D3300, D5200, or D5300. I want something I won't get "bored with" in the next few years but at the same time I don't want a camera too advanced for a beginner. I don't expect to get great shots right out of the box but I...
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I just bought a D600 and already have a D7000 and a D300. I am selling a D3200, but I am financially tapped out. My question is: Would it be imprudent to buy some Nikkor film lenses rather than the FX lenses.? I recognize that there may be limitations regarding auto focus and/ or metering which I am willing to live with. I owned a Nikon film camera ( N8008s) years ago which had AF capability and the lenses were quite good. Any thoughts or input would be greatly appreciated.
Elwood5150
By: Elwood5150 (2 weeks ago)
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I have a Nikon D3200 camera and I just purchased a Nikkor AFG 70-300 lens.  I can't get it focus at all.  I know it won't focus automatically (it's a cheaper lens), but I should be able to focus it manually.  Is there some special setting I need to use?
cjdc
By: cjdc (1 month ago)
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Hi all, I am planning on buying my first DSLR camera. So far I've been using a Fujifilm Finepix S2600 but I want to update it. To simplify the hunt for the perfect fit, I will reference my use case and what I would like to have in the camera: Main Use Case: I use the camera mainly for sight seeing. Either I am travelling, visiting or just enjoying nature. Yes, I am a landscape passionate. Budget: I would like to stay between the 500-700 € range (already with one lens), noticing that values...
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AFAIK, canon/nikon/olympus vibrates Low-Pass Filter @high frequency to remove sensor dust. So on Nikon D3300 (24mp w/o Low-Pass Filter), is it more Dust Prone than buying the older D3200 (24mp w/ Low-Pass Filter)??? Anyone knows the answer?
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Greetings,I want to dive into photography and wanted to change to a DSRL. My camera so far is an old Canon Power Shot SD770 with Digital ELPH, but I wanted to move to a DSRL for better results and more liberty of composition. I wanted a camera that's going to be both an upgrade and an opening of possibilities for me into photography.However, I wanted a camera who also could be used by my family, for everyday photos as well. I was deciding on the D3200 since it's in a good price these days,...
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Hi, I just recently purchased a new Nikon D3200 as my first foray into DSLRs and so far I've been really pleased with it. However, I noticed that whenever I take a long exposure photo it takes the camera just as long to process the photo as it took to take it. For example a one minute exposure takes about another minute to process the photo. My friend's D5100 on the other hand processes the photo almost instantly. I know that technically the D5100 is higher end than the D3200 but I figured...
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Ok, so I am by no means pretending to be a top notch photographer like the majority of people on this forum, but I am looking for a little advice if someone is willing to give it. I have been taking photographs for many years just for fun and recently after many people inquiring into how much I would charge for their photographs I decided to pursue a business. I have taken a few classes trying to improve my skills but there is something that is simply bugging me. I have a Nikon D3200 and I...
Anupam Routh
By: Anupam Routh (2 months ago)
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Hi! Popular Photography publishes the resolution of many cameras. In Feb 2014 it published the result of Nikon D5300. Resolution was 2750. It was rated excellent. D5300 is a 24.2 MP APS camera. I have a Nikon D3200 24.2 MP APS camera. Will this camera have the same resolution as D5300 camera? With thanks in advance.
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