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Nikon D3200 : Specifications and Opinions


Nikon D3200


The Nikon D3200 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24.2 megapixels manufactured from 2012 to 2014 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 12800 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 4 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 415 €;
93 users have given it an average vote of 8.5 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   APS-C, 23.5 x 15.7 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.5x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   24.2 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   100 - 12800
 File formats   RAW, JPEG

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/4000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/2 steps
 Exp. modes   P, S, A, M, scene
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot

 Features
 Mount   Nikon F (click here to view al compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   11
 Continuos shooting   4 FPS
 Live View   Yes
 MLU/SS   Yes, Mirrok Lock Up
 Dust reduction   Yes
 Video mode   1920x1080p @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   No
 GPS   No

 Built and notes
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   3.0", 640 x 480 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage 95%, 0.80x
 Flash   Yes, guide number 12 meters
 Storage   SD/SDHC/SDXC
 Battery   Li-Ion, Nikon EN-EL14
 Weather sealing   No
 Weight   505 g
 Dimensions   125 x 96 x 77 mm
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avatarjunior
sent on January 12, 2020

Pros: Everything you need to get started: price, raw file, ease of use, presets

Cons: All you need to continue: ISO 800 maximum, ergonomics, af, viewfinder etc...

Opinion: First love is never forgotten... Great camera to get started and for the less experienced who maybe just want higher quality than simple compacts. Easy to use, raw file quality very acceptable, useful presets and automatic modes that allow you to take your first steps in the world of photography. Low price and small size. Of course, once we have practiced, we realize the limits of this reflex (as with any entry level) like the ISO 800 seal we are already at our peak, the burst, the small viewfinder, the few points of focus, the ergonomics, the double slot, the fact that you always have to enter the menu for adjustments, lack of automatic bracketing function and much more... with good optics can still be very useful as a spare machine body for unprofessional use

avatarjunior
sent on September 20, 2019

Pros: Very high-performing for an entry level, cheap (in 2019 you find it less than 200.00) intuitive, ergonomic, excellent quality of materials and then it is a Nikon. For those on a tight budget and especially for those who want to do PHOTO and not video, social and blah blah blah... Definitely the best to start with.

Cons: Missing the internal engine of the autofocus (but it is an entry level), in the evening from ISO 800 onwards is not the maximum (but it is an entry level and pure aps-c), burst just enough (but it is an entry level), live view let's leave it alone (but do you have to take photos or videos?). You will not be able to sell it, you will pass to the next body FX machine holding your beloved D3200 with all the kit as a second body because it will be true love.

Opinion: Buy in 2016, a used practically new (0 shots) a stroke of luck. Coming from the old analog photography and then forcibly passed to smartphones I decided that for my newly born daughter I had to have something that guaranteed me real photos (as well as studying photography techniques). D3200 18-105 a winning pairing. Initially used automatically, then RAW-JPEG, now only manual RAW iso 100 (usually), little flash and optics: sometimes 18-105 other 35mm 1.8 depends. It is always an entry level so the top models of the same series can have a slight improvement of the high iso but just a macula, the real jump you had compared to the old model d3100 (which got to try). The native 24mpx provides a truly enviable image quality, a machine that deserves to be used in manual and RAW and not automatically as a simple "point and click". Have the pleasure of establishing the aperture of the diaphragm and the shooting time according to an expometer that works well. 11 autofocus points that allow you to decide the optimal focus with respect to the subject and cmq up to ISO 800 in the day are fine, in the evening even with the flash I would not push beyond 400. Because in fact the only thing that unfortunately you can not have compared to a d800 onwards is a high iso yield that allow you to get to 1/4000-6000-8000 sec. But those are full frames and cost a bang as sensor is large and therefore photoreceptors - large" yield salti better. This is an entry level (even from the d7100 onwards the iso are better but they are always aps-c) so always work at ISO 100 and in RAW pays a lot and if you ever want to develop (I now almost always do) the photos obtained even in 50x70 format you will notice the image quality. Finally the JPEG obtained in post production is much better than the JPEG obtained by the camera, that's why I say: better RAW. Great camera for street photography and especially for portraits (the optics I recommend that are the ones I own are 35mm dx - 18-105 dx - 55-300 afs dx), festive trips and whatnot. A real gem. True... But the movies aren't much... But I have to take pictures... lacks Wi-Fi... But the RAW I have to move it into post-production. Expensive options let's leave them to those who work and really have needs of this type, for those who really love photography and especially love to always learn - to take beautiful photos will understand that the moment he decides to switch to full frame the d3200 will remain his second body Machine. Who decides to stay in aps-c will perhaps opt for a d7200 as the first body and the d3200 as the second. As I said before, "a little jewel."

avatarjunior
sent on January 18, 2018

Pros: He takes you by the hand and takes you to unknown places like AF, FPS, ISO etc. thanks to the pre-settings. Nobody has to be ashamed in using the presets. And what strikes me the most is the sing-song of the PRO "do not use it automatically (I miss you catch the plague) but use it in manual only so you will learn!"

Cons: Several that you discover them all when you're more PRO but in the meantime you care if the ISO is not so dramatically performing?

Opinion: December 2013-January 2018rn4 years and use of the D3200. In four years the phrase "use it in manual!" is more ethically incorrect. The D3200 has in fact some delicious programs of photo capture that - showing the basic parameters - let you know that in the landscape it is better if you open the diaphragm in a certain way and set the ISO to a certain value and so on. see a great entry level that gradually knowing you will provide a setup that returns results appreciable.rnWhen all advised me to change and buy a more performing camera I began to buy optics.rnTamron 150-600, Tamron 70/300, Samyang without engine and so on.rnI wanted to see pushing the camera with different optics how it would behave.rnGiudizio ottimo.rnAn curiosity, a couple of years ago came a micro-flea in the mirino.rnPortata in the laboratory I was told that it was open and so on. For the first two days, I saw nothing but the flea, and then I never saw it againerla for another two years.rnOra is for sale.rnVoto: 9rnrn

avatarjunior
sent on December 27, 2017

Pros: Price, portability, excellent start

Cons: high ISO and personalization

Opinion: My first SLR, good to start (I have combined with the 18-105 and 35mm), you immediately get in tune with the nikon system and its settings. The tightness at high ISO is not too satisfactory, already at 800 ISO is at the limit. In short, the advice to start and keep a few years to become familiar, then you feel the need for an update. The best side is that it weighs little and is small and portable. vote 8

avatarjunior
sent on October 15, 2017

Pros: Weight, Size, Workable RAW files

Cons: ISO Holding, Dimensions, Engine Failure AF

Opinion: The classic basic entry level, good to start and understand if you can chew the photo or not, but also for the unpretentious cameraman wanting to have a full manual camera control. It also allows RAW images to be saved, so even the latter can have full control of the shot result using RAW management software. Weight and dimensions are a double cutter for this car. On the one hand, being small, it's easy to take in hiking or hiking (I personally took it to a trip to Spain, which I would not have done with the D610), occupying little space, but on the other hand the small size certainly does not help the camera. rnThe ISO seal (of course) is embarrassing. Already at 200 ISO noise is present, making it highly disturbed already at 800 ISO. But being a lower end entry level, it could not be otherwise. Moreover, the impossibility à to use the automatic MAF with lenses D or anyway AF (without internal motor) is a pretty annoying thing.




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