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♥ Gayle's Nikon D3200 review - buying Nikon kit or body?

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Published on Dec 12, 2013

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The Nikon D3200 review is an entry-level DSLR camera that punches well above its weight. The impressive 24.2 mega pixel CMOS sensor is reproduces texture and brightness with incredible clarity. The high resolution enables outstanding printing quality to be maintained even if the image is cropped. The wide range 100-6400 ISO is great for low light situations. A continuous 4 frames per second shutter speed makes sports photography a breeze. The 3.0 inch live view rear LCD screen is easy to read and a distinct advantage when taking high or low angled shots, or where using the viewfinder is difficult. The Nikon D3200 kit or body has a price, hi-speed 11 point AF system that includes selectable area modes for viewfinder shooting. These modes are Single-Point AF for still subjects, Dynamic-area AF for moving subjects and Auto-area AF where the camera uses all 11 focus points to detect and focus on a subject. The 11 point 3D- tracking mode even enables the D3200 to track a moving subject after a focus point is selected. There are three focus modes, dependent on subject and four AF-area modes where you can automatically focus on a person's face or a moving subject. If that sounds complex, then an improved Guide mode walks you through the camera's controls and provides a handy aid to composition for the novice photographer. The useful Retouch menu enables in-camera editing of photos. The camera can also transmit JPEG images to a computer wirelessly, with an optional wi-fi adaptor. In addition, the camera can capture full HD 1080 video and supports HDMI playback. The software provided with the camera software enables easy and intuitive computer image editing to bring out the best in photos and movies. Housed in a comfortable easy grip body, with a built in flash, the Nikkon camera represents a competent and competitive introduction to the world of photography.

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