Nikon D3200 Digital SLR with 18-55mm VR II Compact Lens Kit – Black (24.2 MP) 3.0 inch LCD

May 5, 2015 - Comment

NIKON D3200 + 18-55 VR II Product Features New DX Format CMOS Image sensor 24.2 Megapixels High Speed Expeed 3 image processing engine Intuitive Guide Mode Scene Recognition System

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NIKON D3200 + 18-55 VR II

Product Features

  • New DX Format CMOS Image sensor
  • 24.2 Megapixels
  • High Speed Expeed 3 image processing engine
  • Intuitive Guide Mode
  • Scene Recognition System

Comments

ZeroZero says:

Back focus issue requires Nikon re-calibration. Written: 04-06-2014I bought this camera back in September 2013 and initially was impressed by the apparent quality of the images. However when enlarged in a picture editor the results were consistently soft focus. I thought this might be caused by the supplied stock 18-55mm lens inability to resolve the full detail of the 24.2MP sensor.I compared some pictures I had previously shot on a Fuji 4MP camera with those on the D3200 at full resolution and the Fuji results were far superior! Something seriously wrong here.Reading the review listed by Vitamino — 2 May 2014 about a back-focus error threw some light on the issue.To cut a long story short after Nikon UK making me jump through endless hoops I returned the camera, and additional lenses I had bought in the meantime, to Nikon UK under Warranty to be checked and re-calibrated.The subsequent before and after difference is like chalk and cheese. Now I have an excellent camera…

Mr. Robert W. Rosamond says:

Nikon D3200, Nikon’s best value camera yet. I’ve used Nikon cameras since the Nikon F back in the 60s. I used Nikon cameras as a professional photographer right up to the F4S when I retired. I sold all my film stuff and bought a D70 and soon changed to a D90 which I used up to yesterday.Then the D3200 arrived and, for the price, it is awesome. You can cut a small piece out of the centre of a photo and enlarge it and it looks like full frame. That is where this camera comes into its own. With its 24 Megapixel CMOS sensor it leaves everything except the D800 (£2900.00) way behind.I’ve heard it said that anything over 12 Megapixels doesn’t really matter. Well this camera gives the lie to the statement. It makes a hell of a difference.It also takes superb 1080p videos and will auto focus while doing so, something the the D90 wouldn’t do. Another improvement on the D90 is the fact that it has infra red remote release windows on the back as well as the front. I thought it was a bit silly…

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