Comparison shopping for digital cameras can be a challenge because of the many alternatives available. The Nikon and Canon are both suitable picks for cutting edge camera enthusiasts and shutterbugs alike....
Choosing between digital cameras is often an ordeal for people. There are so many designs to consider and each product has its own twist. The Nikon and Panasonic are both capable models for cutting edge...
Nikon has long enjoyed its reputation for providing quality, market leading products to the photography market with the Nikon D3200 being one of the most popular cameras in their range.
The model offers exceptional performance in even the lowest light conditions. Due to the wide light sensitivity range of the camera (100-6400 extendable to 12,800 in Hi 1), atmospheric shots can be obtained without even using the flash.
Resolution is also a key attribute to the Nikon D3200 with the 24.2 megapixels offering more than enough power to capture a range of different images. Combining the high resolution CMOS image sensor with the EXPEED 3 image processing engine means that any shot taken using the camera demonstrates breathtaking depth of detail.
Whilst those professionals photographers using the Nikon will doubtless know what they're doing, the model also has an incredibly useful guide mode, designed to help out those that haven't done much D-SLR photography before.
HD functionality is a key function for any modern camera and the Nikon D3200 offers this in spades. The camera's video feature has the capability of recording a full 1080p movie of up to 30 frames every second, which should be more than sufficient for almost any home video and will hold its own against professional footage.
The editing features in the D3200 are also excellent, offering up the ability to edit the images directly inside the camera itself. These edits include the option to miniaturise items within the camera, to create a colour sketch effect, to choose specific areas of the image to change and even to make adjustments such as straightening tilted images.