Thursday, April 19, 2012

Nikon D3200 dSLR

Nikon announced the new dSLR D3200 as an upgrade to their current entry-level dSLR, the D3100. There are many desirable features in the new entry-level dSLR camera from Nikon as listed below, but we’re pretty sure that if you are on the lookout for a professional camera or an upgrade to your existing well-worn dSLR, you might want to wait for an upgraded version of the D5100 or the D7000 – both of which are rumoured to be released in 2012. Highlights of the camera include the new 24 megapixel sensor, the 4 fps shooting, improved video recording with full HD 1080p at 30 fps, high (for an entry-level dSLR camera) ISO sensitivity of upto ISO 6400, the new stereo mic input and the optional wireless connectivity.

Specifications

  • 24.2 megapixel APS-C sensor
  • Photos stored in 12-bit RAW (NEF), and combined JPEG or individual JPEG options
  • Up to 4 fps shooting (in manual focus mode)
  • 1920x1080 Full HD video at 30/25/24 fps
  • 1280x720 HD video at 60/50 fps
  • Video recorded as H.264-based MOV
  • 11-point autofocus, user-selectable
  • ISO sensitivity of 200-6400
  • 3 inch TFT LCD, with VGA (640x480) resolution
  • Updated Guide mode to facilitate easy learning of features
  • Connectivity: USB 2.0, mini-HDMI, video out, audio input jack, remote control connection terminal
  • Optional WU-1a wireless mobile adapter available for wireless connectivity with Android smartphones, including the ability to click photographs remotely
  • Software: ViewNX 2.0 provided with the camera on CD-ROM

With all these specifications, the camera makes a compelling purchase for anyone looking to get into the dSLR game from your existing point-and-shoot camera. However, we would need to wait and see how the camera fares in actual day-to-day use before we can say that this is a must buy.

Via: Nikon Rumors

Source: Nikon India

7 comments:

Suj Ith said...

when is it gonna launch?

The Indian Geek said...

Hello Suj Ith,

Thank you for stopping by. We've tried asking around at official Nikon retail outlets, and they seem to have no clue. We've also reached out to Nikon to check with them. We'll post about it on the main site if we get any launch details such as the date and the expected retail price.

Thanks, again!

Kajal Oberoi said...

Just saw it, D3200 is now available at photovatika.com

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Swetha said...

In India, you can get this D3200 cameras at www.arihantdigi.com. Check it out.

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