Nikon, the Japanese giant, has launched the newer and advanced DSLR. Following the highly successful DSLR D3100 Nikon has launched even more promising D3200 which is quite a considerable upgrade over D3100. Some of its features even rival to the mid range DSLR D5100. For a start, the camera comes with a huge 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and EXPEED 3 image-processing engine that puts up really high image quality put together with potential to record full HD videos. A point to note here is that the same image processing technology is used in high profile full frame D800 and D4 cameras.
Nikon DSLR 3200 has the ability to reduce the learning curves with an all improved Guide mode. In addition to this a full array of new specifications have been added which include High Definition 1080p video recording accompanied by a full time autofocus, 4 frames-per-second (fps) high-speed continuous shooting mode, ISO range from 100 to 6400 is provided to prepare the device for low light conditions. Nikon D3200 possesses an 11 point auto focus system and to facilitate it manual or automatic exposure control is offered. A stereo microphone input is provided for the attachment of any external microphone such as the compact ME-1 Stereo Microphone.
The D3200 can also support devices working on Android OS, via a Wireless Mobile Adapter WU-1a, and hence increases convenience by transferring images wirelessly and controls shooting by a wireless connection. Images can be transferred to smartphones running on Android 2.3 and higher, tablets running on Android 3.0 and higher and various other smart devices using a simple wireless connection. The device is available in two kits, the first one being AF-S 18-105mm VR Kit Lens priced at Rs. 48,950 and the other one AF-S 18-55mm VR Kit Lens at Rs. 37,950. The D3200 body is priced at Rs. 32,250.