Nikon has just released their latest entrant to the entry level DSLR market with the Nikon D3200, where it will feature a DX-format CMOS image sensor that boasts of an effective pixel count of 24.2-million pixels, in addition to the EXPEED 3 image-processing engine, a Guide Mode function, and support for smart device collaboration. The D3200 will continue from where the D3100 left off, and will also help beginners shoot better photos in an intuitive manner thanks to the Guide mode. If you want to live out a wireless lifestyle, then the D3200′s ability to play nice with the Wireless Mobile Adapter WU-1a is also useful as you can then transfer images and control shooting remotely over a wireless connection.
You can also capture FUll HD movies with the Nikon D3200, where all you need to do is press the movie-record button which is located right above the shutter-release button, and similar settings used in Guide mode can also be applied whenever you are shooting a movie.
The starting price for the Nikon D3200 alongside a kit lens will start selling from later this month onwards at $700 a pop, and if you want to pick up the wireless module and AF-S 28mm F1.8G lens, those will retail for $60 and $700, respectively. [Press Release]RELATED
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