Nikon D3200

When Nikon announced that their D800 DSLR would have a 36.3-megapixel full-frame sensor, it sparked some pretty intense online debates. Now, they've gone and squeezed a 24.2-megapixel DX format (APS-C) sensor into an entry-level body, which is sure to have internet comment sections overflowing.

The D3200 has a more than 10-megapixel advantage over the 14-megapixel D3100 that came before it, but Nikon has done more than just upped the pixel count. They've paired that new sensor with their Expeed 3 processor, which has helped drive the top native ISO setting to 6,400, expandable to 12,800.

Standout Spec: The 24.2-megapixel sensor makes it a formidable little sibling for the D800

Product Specifications

Camera Category: Entry-level DSLR
Sensor Size: APS-C
Sensor Type: CMOS
Megapixels: 24.2
Fastest Shutter Speed: 1/4000 second
Slowest Shutter Speed: 30 seconds
Bulb Mode: Yes
Live View: Yes
Image Processor: Expeed 3
Viewfinder Coverage: 95%
AF Points: 11
Display Type: LCD
Display Size: 3.0 inches
Display Resolution: 921000 pixels
Articulating Display: No
Minimum ISO: 100 ISO
Maximum ISO: 12800 ISO
Burst Rate: 4.00 fps
Self-Cleaning Sensor: Yes
In-Body Image Stabilization: No
Pop-Up Flash: Yes
Media Type: Secure Digital (SD), Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC), Secure Digital Expanded Capacity (SDXC)
Video Capture: Yes
Maximum Video Resolution: 1080p
AF in Video Mode: Yes
HDMI Port: Yes
Wireless Flash Trigger: Yes
Remote Capture: Yes
Height: 3.8 inches
Depth: 3.1 inches
Width: 5.0 inches
Weight: 16 ounces
Price: $699.00
Touch Screen: No
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