The Nikon D3200 Is Made For Beginning Photographers And Professional As Well
It seems that each year new DSLR's are being introduced to both everyday consumers and experts alike. As I used to shoot sports photography, I'm well aware of the combating going on between Canon and Nikon. Whereas you could possibly invest $ 2500 on a DSLR some 5 years ago, today you can oftentimes find those exact same features and then some in a $ 700 digital camera. As my present DSLR is having issues, I am now in the market for a consumer DSLR which will make use of the Nikon lenses which I
It is nice to obtain the most up to date and greatest innovation and not have to.
worry about buying an additional camera in a year because your present DSLR just became obsolete. Due to the fact that I am a Nikon user, a pal suggested that I look into the Nikon D90 camera. What I came to discover in doing some research is that I would pay a couple hundred dollars more for a Nikon D90 yet could get better features in the Nikon D3200.
So basically this is what I discovered regarding the Nikon D3200 DSLR. It has a 24.2 megapixel DX format sensor. In my view the megapixel race has really gotten way out of hand. Prior to my present DSLR began to
having electrical concerns, I was producing some great images at 6 megapixels at the highest setting. If I had any questions whatsoever about the quality of an image coming from the camera, I might shoot in raw mode and with that added information could hopefully produce an useful image.
With the DX sensor, the Nikon D3200 will have a multiplication factor with the lens that you attach to the camera by 1.5 x. This is great if you are shooting bird or sports photography due to the fact that your 300mm lens just became a 450mm lens. Nevertheless if you are trying to take a photo of an 8x12 living room or small bathroom, your wide angle lens will also have that multiplication factor. I have that exact same issue with the Fuji S2 Pro digital camera that I'm using today. That 28mm lens which just became 42mm does not work well in restricted areas.
The Nikon D3200 shoots at 4 frames per second, so it will work well for beginners doing sports photography. If you attach the WU-1A WiFi adapter which is offered separately, your fellow photographer could be modifying images on his or her laptop computer as you are taking photos. Another very good
feature of the D3200 is the ability to take 1080P HD video. I consider this an extra benefit that you will most likely get some usage from. Because the ISO range is 100-6400 with a Hi ISO of 12,800, reduced light situations should not cause too many issues.
After everything what I like about this camera is that you can pick up the Nikon D3200 body with an 18-55mm lens which is in a package deal for about $ 700 and take another $ 100 off when it is on a sale that run every so often. Another cool aspect of this DSLR is you could choose between the typical black color or there is an outstanding red D3200.
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