Announced Apr 19, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi all I am currently looking for a good alternative to the Nikon AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm VR II. I know its a excellent lens but I dont have the budget to meet the needs.. I would like to know about any other alternatives not only for my Nikon D3200, but also when I upgrade to either D750 or D7100. So this would be autofocus and the compatibility. Someone has advised me of Sigma APO 70-200 EX DG HSM OS for Nikon. I would love the lens to have excellent aperture and sharpness. Any suggestions?
I am a long time micro four thirds user, who recently got a D3200 in order to try the Nikon format. I already own an EM-5 12-40mm, 75mm 1.8. 45mm 1.8, and 25mm 1.4. The one downside of the 4/3 system is shallow DOF. I like the background when I use the 75mm, but I want to get something in a shorter focal range and just try a different system. I got a deal on the D3200 so I can now try a Nikon lens. I know full frame would be ideal but I don't want to spend ove 1K on a body that will...
Hi guys, i am bit high-end beginner, knew basics to moderate photography. i carry Nikon D3200 with 18-55,35 1.8 afsg prime and a 70-300 VR, all nikkor lenses. recently i felt a need for 70-200 f2.8, i am thinking to buy a Tamron which fits my budget. Now my question is, will my D3200 can take the burden of f2.8 which looks a bit heavy or should i have to replace the 3200 with 7000 for this purpose? further i use the above equipment only for my hobby and family photos, i red somewhere that the...
I'm trying to pick a camera as a gift for my wife. She is a novice when it comes to photography. Coming from a Panasonic FZ35, Panasonic Sz15. Which have been okay, but doesn't produce the type of photos she is looking for. She mostly sticks with the auto settings, but occasional will 'play around' with more advanced features. She will be using it for a lot of different purposes, but mostly for pics of kids at various events (soccer, dance, band, baseball) most of those will be at...
I'm looking to buy my first Dslr a I've checking the Nikon D3200. There is a bundle that includes the body plus the Nikon lens, 18-105 mm for a decent price. Or I could just buy the body only and add the Tamron lens. What dou you guys think about both of them? Thanks
I'm looking for a camera for taking photos of shelter animals. Good pictures really help animals find homes, and dogs can be a challenge, since the best shots of them are often when they're running running or playing. The photos will be posted on websites, facebook, etc. I've used a canon point and shoot in the past, and it's just not fast enough -- most of the pictures are super blurry or only manage to get a tail or blur of a head as the dog turns away. A photographer friend suggested...
Hey Everyone - I'm looking at the D3200 / D3300 / D5200 for video purposes only. Let's say they all cost the same, $ no object, and ONLY between these three cameras, is there ANY huge advantages between them? Also what's your personal differences between them also? Thanks!