The D3200 represents the latest generation of Nikon's entry-level DSLR offering. The camera's headline feature is inevitably the new 24MP CMOS sensor which makes it equal to Sony's Alpha SLT-A65, A77 and NEX-7 in offering the highest pixel count we've yet seen at the APS-C sensor size, and in terms of output resolution, second only to the full-frame professional-
The Nikon D3200 follows conventional DSLR design in having a shooting mode dial on the top of the camera, which allows you to select either one of the advanced modes like Manual, Aperture- or Shutter-priority, or a number of scene modes.
The D3200's 24-megapixel resolution is far higher than any previous Nikon DSLR except the full-frame D800. Continuous shooting is up from 3fps to 4fps, which is the same speed as the D5100. The screen isn't articulated but it shares the D5100's 921,000-dot resolution – a vast improvement on the D3100's 230,000-dot screen. It even has one more button than the D5100, giving direct access to the drive mode, although a step back from the D3100's lever for the same function.
We tested the cameras performance at focusing, shutter response, shot-to-shot time, continuous shooting etc. and have posted the results below. To test this we took 6 or more shots and calculated the average, so that consistent results were produced.
Nikon d3200 is really a nice piece to work with... awesome resolution with flexibility to use with a wide variety of lenses
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