Este producto es perfecto del objetivo a la pantalla
October 2, 2012
Vale a pena!
Não sou profissional, mas adoro fotografia e leio muito sobre o tema. Após pesquisar bastante optei pela D3200 e estou muito satisfeita com minha escolha! Os modos automáticos são excelentes, mas também dá pra fazer fotos incíveis no modo manual.
September 5, 2012
Uma ótima escolha!
Como a minha primeira DSLR, fiquei positivamente impressionado com a qualidade das fotos e a enorme quantidade de recursos. Tenho ainda muito a explorar dessa ótima câmera e estou certo que os resultados serão fantásticos. Parabéns Nikon.
August 19, 2012
Las cosas buenas vienen en cosas pequeñas
Sin duda alguna la comparación con otros productos nikon es bastante absuelta debido a que todas tienen sus atributos pero los sensores hacen grandes diferencias entre ellas.
Puedo decir que en mi experiencia con el uso de la D3200 satisface grandes necesidades sin tener que comprar algo tan sofisticado.
August 14, 2012
Je possède la 3200 depuis 1 semaine et elle m'impressionne grandement. Couplée à une 35 mm 1.8, elle donne des résultats surprenants. Bien qu'elle soit l'entrée de gamme en réflexe elle produits des clichés dignes des gros modèles. Que vous soyez amateur débutant ou expérimenté, c'est la caméra à acheter comme premier boîtier ou second pour sa maniabilité. Enfin une petite caméra qui est capable de donner des résultats pro sans dépenser une fortune. Une petite suggestion en terminant 2 bons objectifs à acheter avec la caméra la 35 mm 1,8 très lumineux et le zoom 70-300 vr qui sans vous ruiner donne d'excellent résultats.
August 8, 2012
Divina para quem está começando!!!
Fiz um curso de fotografia, porém me faltava uma câmera profissional de entrada para poder ir mais além, a minha Nikon chegou esse mês e já foi o maior sucesso com fotos que fiz de uma festa!
Eu simplesmente estou extasiada! Valeu muito a pena o investimento! Fácil de utilizar, recomendo para quem está iniciando.
July 23, 2012
Se vc está em dúvida! Compre! Não sou profissional , mas mostrei as fotos e a camera para profissionais de ANOS na área e eles ficaram extasiados com o que viram! Nem eu imaginei que pudessem ficar tão animados com essa câmera! A filmagem também é boa.
Vc tira fotos maravilhosas só no "POint and shoot", mas se usar o modo manual vc faz fotos profissionais de uma maneira incrível!!!! Sem palavras! Recomendo a todos!!!!!Vi fotos da concorrente Canon acima da t2i e t3i e definitivamente fico com a D3200!
July 2, 2012
Effectivement, c'est une très bonne qualité. J'ai adoré ! En tant qu'amateur de 17 ans, j'ai vraiment aimé cet appareil . Les photos et vidéos sont superbes.
June 11, 2012
Great Starter Camera
I've really enjoyed the ease ability of the camera and features. I enjoy used the guide feature on the camera as a quick set-up option for the camera for any particular shot I'm going to take. So far I really enjoy this camera.
December 4, 2013
Easy to use
This camera is very easy to use. It usually takes me awhile to learn how to use new cameras but this one was very simple to use, although I am still working my way through the manual to learn all the features.
October 14, 2013
Great Entry Level DSLR
I got this as my first step into the world of DSLR photography and I have to say that this is a wonderful starter camera. I took this camera with me into the Olympic National Park of Northwestern Washington State and it held up wonderfully. This isn't a weather proof body but it held up to the elements like a champ.
Of course, the main draw to me was the 24MGP sensor, and it did not disappoint. It captures great detail and when you crop in you don't seem to lose any resolution or quality at all. I got fantastic amounts of detail in both landscape and wildlife shots.
The Af system is good, but not great. Sometimes it did have issues tracking a subject and it isn't really good at action shots, but this is an entry level camera so you can't be too harsh on it for those points.it does alright.
Also video is just alright, but nothing outstanding. Still though, I only shot video with it using the kit 18-55mm lens. It might have done better if I had used a prime. For example the 35mm F/1.8. Still though, for a rank beginner, this is a great camera and I would recommend it to anyone who is just starting out.
It's a solid entry into the beginner DSLR market and I hope we see an update, a D3300. But if it happens it won't be for a while from the looks of things.
September 23, 2013
D3200- Reasons why you should own it.
I have quite a bit of experience with entry level DSLRs now. I used a Nikon D3100 for a little under a week with its standard 18-55 lens. Since then, I have had ample exposure with my friend's D5100 with an 18-55 as well as an AFS 70-300 lens. It managed to impress me on quite a few occasions.
Last week, I decided to buy an SLR camera for myself. D90 was my first choice, but a number of people advised me against purchasing it. Obsolete is what it is. So I went for a D3200. And it is not a choice that I regret. I bought it with an 18-105 kit lens about a week ago. Since then, I've taken about over a 1000 photographs. I have not been disappointed, yet.
The picture quality is epic. For 24MP, what else do you expect. Its quick to respond, and has a really nice Guide Mode.
It is a very likeable camera. I can't really explain why here. One has to use it and judge for oneself.
a) The focusing feels a bit laggy. Its just not as smooth as, say, the 5100.
b) Its a bit noisy.
c) The body's a bit flimsy. The buttons are made of really tacky plastic. But then again, what do you expect from a product made in Thailand.
d) And I guess, this is the most important. To me at least. There seems to be absence of adjustable Active D-lighting settings. So the contrast spectrum is really constricted.
But for a beginner, its a good enough camera. Its not too complicated, and yet it retains a degree of manual controls. Its got the poise of Canon Powershot G, and the smartness of a Cybershot. It allows you to take quality photos with auto mode, and if you suddenly feel the aspiration to become a photographer, you can fool about with the manual settings as well. Mind you, its no joke either. It can really give the big boys a run for their money.
Its like a hot hatch then. Lots of color, fun to own, easy to handle, and a bright red color option. And tune it right, with a nice thick lens, and you can rev it up against a pro anyday.
December 16, 2012
For the price the camera is very good
Nikon has upgraded the essentials and it really shows. Great image quality and speed between taking each shot is fast . Photos have great depth and tolerance to low light conditions is good.
July 7, 2012
JUST BOUGHT 1 OF MY OWN... IT HAS SOME AWSOME FEATURES....
May 27, 2012
Excellent starter DSLR
I bought this as a backup for my D5100. The shutter on this model is actually more responsive than my D5100. Took me about 5 minutes to set up the menus and start shooting in RAW manual. The display has a light blue background with black letters compared to the D5100's black background with white letters. It was a little easier on my eyes. Don't know that I miss the tilt screen yet, maybe when I do some video I will but for stills it is just fine. The creative modes are still there for color sketch, miniature etc. they are just under the Retouch menu now as post processing. You can't shoot an original image with the effects like on the D5100, and this also means no video in those creative modes either. This may be to keep the battery from dying so fast and streamline the use of the camera for beginners. New is the "color outline" which basically turns the image into a b/w pencil sketch with no color. I suppose this would be good for architecture, fashion design or if you want to make your kids a coloring book! So far it performs pretty much like the D5100. Files are a lot bigger now though when shooting RAW with the additional MP. Buttons are placed a little differently so it will take some getting used to over the D5100. I just wish Nikon would have added some extra AF points instead of more MP; I think that would win over more customers. I got pretty good dynamic color when shooting in A Mode, manual not so much, just probably need to play around with it more. Haven't tested high ISO yet but I think it will perform about the same as the D5100. Overall this is a really nice camera for anyone wanting to start out with a new DSLR or as a backup camera. Nice to have the guide mode so when you hand this over to a traveling companion or relative they can play with it to get some nice photos as well.
May 3, 2012
un paso adelante!
La cámara Nikon D3200 le lleva un paso adelante a la cámara Nikon D3100 en cuanto a cantidad de "MegaPixeles" no obstante en el resto de las funciones es como si fuera la misma exceptuando la capacidad WiFi incorporada en este modelo (D3200). sin embargo, no me parece importante pero admito que es util.
June 5, 2012
Not that good
The D3200 is my second DSLR, and sometimes I miss my previous one. The D3200 complains about everything (''too light'', ''too dark'') and when this message appears on screen, it does not make pictures at all. When it makes pictures, they are often blurry and/or with strange colors. My previous DSLR just made pictures whenever you wanted it to make pictures. Autofocus is very slow too, and it misses some important functions like sunset or night scene. It makes weird, squeeky noises when using autofocus, and for some reason a light on the front of the camera flashes when autofocus is ready. This camera is ok when you just want to make a picture now and then, but if you want photography as a hobby, don't buy it.
September 8, 2012
no interval timer , no brackieting camera for 700$ cheap camera like D5100 has this features
September 1, 2012
NOT AS GOOD.
Not as good as Nikon D3100 and Canon EOS Rebel T1i
May 3, 2012
Problems after usig only 2 times
I bought the camera on August 6, 2013. I used this camera for few days during two different trips. I loved these new experiences. One and a half month later, when I was about to use it on my 95 grandmothers birthday, the camera stop working.
The battery indicator keeps flashing. The manual states, "The battery cannot be used. Choose battery designated for use in this camera". The battery is the original that came with the camera and it was fully charged. A friend has a D3100, I tried my battery on his camera and worked, but his battery in my camera gives the same error.
I bought it during a trip to US (I’m from Brazil) and even though the Best Buy seller and also the Online Self Service Product Repair (from nikon webpage that states: “THIS IS YOUR NIKON INC. ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY (VALID IN THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES, ALASKA, HAWAII, CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA, AND THE CARIBBEAN). YOU MUST PRESENT THIS FORM TOGETHER WITH PROOF OF PURCHASE AND PROOF OF PURCHASE DATE (BILL OF SALE) TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE.) says that the warranty covers Brazil, I was informed by the Brazilian customer service that I do not have the right to it. Now I have a camera that does not work with no support from Nikon.
October 27, 2013
Having recently upgraded from a D70 to the D3200, my expectations were for increased functions combined with the D70 quality. These expectations were not met. Yes the increased number of pixels offers greater control during the editing and related activities; However, camera body just doesn't cut it. For example, when compared to the D70:
- Smaller is not better. The camera body creates ergonomic problems creating unexpected mistakes
- Lighter is not necessarily better.Add any larger lens, it becomes seriously front heavy. Similarly adding a flash (i.e., external) , produces a top heavy camera. In essence, controlling the camera becomes more problematic.
- It seems flimsy. The lighter camera sacrifices sturdy for fragile. It seems that contact with anything will produce gashes in the external shell.
- Some functionality appears to be missing with this upgrade. For example, the nighttime landscape was removed.
Summary, if this were my first DSLR, I would not know any better; however, this camera while functionally more sophisticated, lacks the quality of my D70. Perhaps if Nikon invested more on creating a true camera upgrade (e.g., eliminating the video option), they might have created a truly great new step forward without taking us prosumers two plus steps back.
August 5, 2012