The Nikon D3200 was just announced and it seems like a great camera to start with. It packs a 24.2 megapixel sensor with an iso range of 100-6400 and it can shoot at up to 4 frames per second.
It finally brings manual exposure control during movie mode to lower-end Nikon DSLR’s. In all honesty it reminds me of Canon T2i. The only real difference I see is that it have 6 more megapixels than the T2i. Both camera’s can shoot video at the same resolutions and frame rates such as: 1080p at 30/25/24 frames per second and 720p at 60/50 frames per second. The D3200 can only shoot .3 frames per second faster than the T2i (which can shoot 3.7 frames per second).
Nikon has been lacking a cinematic movie mode and the D3200 brings Nikon up to speed with the Canon line up of entry level cameras. Priced at $699.95 for the D3200 body and lens, it’s a pretty good deal, I may have to get one myself.
Here’s a good video from Jared Polin over at FroKnowsPhoto.com previewing the D3200.
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