Nikon Announces D3200 DSLR Camera: 24MP, APS-C Sensor, 4fps Continuous Shooting, Wi-Fi

Posted on Apr 19 2012 - 5:29am by Editorial Staff

Nikon has announced the new addition in its DSLR range – the D3200 DSLR. The camera has a 24-megapixel APS-C sensor, 4fps continuous shooting, Wi-Fi support, and expanded video functionality. Nikon has also managed to up the shooting speed, with the D3200 able to capture up to 4 continuous frames a second. All these photos will look sharper on the back of your camera as well as your computer thanks to the 921k-dot screen. As for video functionality, the D3200 will shoot 1080p at 30 frames a second or 720p at 60 frames a second in H.264 .mov format.

“When every moment is as precious as the next one, having a camera that takes the guesswork out of photography is important,” said Bo Kajiwara, director of marketing, Nikon Inc. “The Nikon D3200 HD-SLR offers effortless functionality and easy-to-use connectivity to mobile devices that answers the call for a capable, entry-level D-SLR that will change how you share amazing images with your friends and family.” The camera will launch late this month in the US for $699.95 with an 18-55mm kit lens. In Europe, the camera will ship in mid-May and cost €667.00/£559.99 in body-only form or €775.00/£649.99 for the kit.

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