According to a report, the D3200 has a 24-megapixel APS-C sensor, 4fps continuous shooting, Wi-Fi support, and HD video, an updated Guide Mode function and powerful EXPEED 3 processor.
Though aimed at the entry-level market, the D3200’s superior image and video quality, alongside its bevy of intuitive features, make it a tempting camera for expert and novice snappers alike.
“With shooting modes up to four frames per second ensuring the D3200 is more than capable of capturing those fast moving objects, an 11-point autofocus system means captured images never get those tarnishing smeared edges,” t3.com said.
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, and significantly it’s Nikon’s cheapest DSLR to feature an external mic input.
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.