Announced Apr 19, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello fellow forum members. My wife and I are considering switching to a DSLR from a basic point and shoot. We are complete newbbies when it comes to DSLR's and photography in general, but we are looking to learn, and maybe make a hobbie out of it. As of now, the camera will be used indoors and outdoors mostly photographing and taking videos of our toddler, family pictures, family events, and sites of attractions when we travel. I do not anticipate doing any landscape, sports or long distance...
Hi I'm a beginner looking to take photos of family/landscape photos. I have a Canon 400D along with the kit lens and a 50mm lens but am looking to upgrade. I've had a look at the reviews on both of the above cameras and the Nikon D3200 looks like it is a much better camera for the £ when it comes to technical specifications (currently £30 more than the Canon). My question is should I stick with the Canon as the (all be it few) lenses/accessories that I have are Canon or should I make the...
Hi everyone, I got my entry-level DSLR about a year ago, and I've been pretty happy playing around with it and learning, but I've started to find I'm hitting some limitations. I've got some money now to upgrade my gear, but I'm unsure what the most effective upgrade path would be, and I was hoping to get some advice here. I mostly do outdoor landscape or nature shots, night and day city shots, indoor candid shots and portraits of friends/family. Current gear: -Nikon D3200 -17-55mm f/3.5-5.6...
Hi. I have a d3200, and have been shooting in manual mode for about 3 months, so I'm pretty new. I keep running into a problem, especially (but not only) in low light situations. My camera's meter will read fine, like the exposure would be set correctly, but when i press the shutter down, it will not focus on anything, and the ae-l notice blinks in view. the question mark also lights up, and says it has insufficient light and needs flash, even if the flash is on. It basically locks up...
Hi! I have been shooting with my first DSLR, a Nikon D3200 for about nine months now. I've really been enjoying it, but so far have only been using a kit lens. I'm interested in buying a new lens and am looking for some advice on what to get. First of all, I'd rather buy something on the lower end of the price range. Right now this is just a hobby, not a profession. Second, I would like a lens specifically suited to what I photograph. Though I enjoy shooting a variety of subjects, what my...
Hello, I apologize if this been asked too many times. I tried to use the search function but still unable to get final answer. I would like to ask for advices for what mirrorless to get. You see, in my country the price is rather strange, and not all models are available, so I'm rather confused what to choose. I plan to use them for macro, landscape, some birds, and night shot. Here are my options (all price are converted to USD from my country currency):SONY ALPHA SLT A3000 KIT 18-55MM USD...
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...