On the video side, the D3200 is capable of shooting 1080p footage in both 24 and 30 fps. It has full-time AF in video mode, manual exposure control when recording and even a microphone input jack, something that was previously missing at the low end of the DSLR totem pole. As a result, the D3200 sounds like an extremely capable little video machine. It makes sense if you think about it, though. One of the biggest barriers for HD video is the massive amounts of data that need to be transferred. The D3200 is already handling those big, 24.2-megapixel stills, so HD video is likely a little easier for its data pipes to handle.