Nikon has released its Digital SLR Camera D3200
Nikon has launched its Digital SLR Camera D3200. This portable and lightweight camera comes with DX-format CMOS image sensor having effective pixel count of 24.2 million pixels, i.e. 24 Megapixel.
[hana-code-insert name=’StumbleUpon’ /][hana-code-insert name=’Reddit’ /]This camera is the successor of D3100 camera that was awarded with iF Communication Design Award in 2011, one of the iF Design Awards, which are the prestigious awards sponsored by International Forum Design GmbH of Hanover Germany.
The camera has a fixed 3-inch LCD screen. Its DSLR functionality has 11-point autofocus system with automatic scene recognition. In video mode, the camera shoots at 1080p video at 24 fps and 30 fps with HDMI output. Moreover, the camera has 3.5mm microphone-in port to the D3200 for audio options beyond its built-in mono microphone.
This camera has “EXPEED 3 image-processing engine built into Nikon’s high-end D4 and D800/D800E cameras enable capture of images with quality and definition at the top of its class.” It also supports collaboration with devices such as Android based smartphones with the use of Wireless Mobile Adapter WU-1a that will enable the transfer of images wirelessly and help in control of shooting remotely over a wireless connection.
For beginners, the company has integrated Guide Mode with in-camera tutorials for shot composition, manuals controls and shooting modes.
In U.S., sale of the camera will be started in the late April for U.S. $700, while the wireless module and AF-S 28mm F1.8G lens will go on sale in May at US$60 and US$700 respectively.