Nikon D3200

Announced Apr 19, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hey Everyone, I am having issues using a Lee 100x150mm 0.9 Soft-Edge GND filter with a Tokina 11-20mm f/2.8 wide angle lens on a Nikon D3200.  I have the appropriate adapter ring for the 82mm Tokina and the Lee Foundation Kit (4x4" , 4x6").  For some reason every now and then I get vignetting in each corner of the image as you can see below.  This image was shot at f/4 at 11mm and ISO 100 in RAW.  Can anybody tell me why this vignetting keeps happening because it does not always happen?  I am...
By: Jason Nandu (3 weeks ago)
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I've been using my neighbor's Nikon D3200 for a while, to scope out DSLR photography. After a couple of months, I must say I'm definitely interested in it, and want to move further. The one big limitation I feel right now, is focal length. The camera I've been using only came with a kit lens (18-55) and I've often felt the need to zoom farther than that while taking photos. And another I need is a flip-out screen, for my YouTube work. I'm considering buying a slightly better camera, the Nikon...
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Being a hardware design engineer i cannot imagine the reason that Nikon could not switch the motor type in some new lenses (AF-P type) and not keep compatibility with older cameras. I am not familiar with the electrical connections they use in the mount, but i assume they use a few pins (4 maybe) to keep compatibility with AF type lenses where the lens just reports focal length to the camera. For driving the focus motor and VR they must use at least two pins to power the lens and at least two...
By: Lars Luciano (4 weeks ago)
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Hi, here is my photographic history I have owned several point and shoot cameras and bridge camera and out of all of them I was most happy with my Olympus sp350 (I still have it but it eats batteries like crazy and it's so slow with picture processing inside the camera and you have to wait a long time to take the next photo), I also liked my Fuji s9600 bridge zoom camera (it's dead for some time now). I have also had sony rx100 mk1 and sony rx10 mk1 (this are great cameras but the menus just...
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I want to test this program before buying the latest version to make sure it works well with Samsung J5 2016 and D3200 through USB OTG. Author site links are dead, so I need to find another source(s) for last free 0.3 beta10 Android ARM version.
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By: erokitsune (1 month ago)
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Ive been using my nikon v2 + 60mm macro on a downshooter lately to digitize my film negatives. i was curious if using say a d3200 would yeld better results. Does anyone else use their n1 for copywork?
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Hi all, it's been a long time since D500 was introduced. But since i am new to  photography and absolutely no a professional obviously. even though i would like to buy The D500 since i was inspired by it's spec and it's capabilities (based on the review on the internet) i have used some entry level DLR's (like D3200, one of my friend own it) . the necessary of planning to buying the D500 was interest in Photography (Long exposure, night photography and whild life photography ) is D500 is...
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Does Tokina AT-X Pro 12-24mm f/4 (IF) DX works on my Nikon D3200 ? Not sure about the autofocus as Tokina AT-X Pro 12-24mm f/4 (IF) DX II has the build in AF.
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As someone who started recording video with a Nikon D3200 then GH4 for 4k and higher quality and soon GH5 for the 10 bit 4:2:2 internal recording and other features.. I understand a good bit about camera specs etc. However, recently I was watching a documentary on TV and the cameraman had to get on horseback up a hill to the location as it was the only means of transportation.. he said "it's probably not a good idea to be up here holding a 200 thousand dollar camera.."... two days ago I saw a...
By: rube39 (2 months ago)
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I am trying to figure out which of these combinations would, giving cropping, give the most 'reach,' And am having trouble. GRIN. 1. V2, FT1 Nikon 55-200 variable aperture (540mme) 2. Pen 5 (16gig m4/3s) sensor, 75-300 mkII lens (600mme) 3. d3200, Nikon 70-300 variable aperture (450mme) The sensors, number of pixels, length of the lenses are all different. With cropping, which would give the longest reach?  Any takers?  And thanks in advance to anyone who tries to help with this. -- Rube PS...
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