Product Type: Nikon digital cameras
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Member Name: theeccentric
Advantages: ISP, Light weight, Large LCD Screen
I shopped around a lot, in search of a reliable "get your moneys worth" DSLRs. But after purchasing this wonderful beauty I can honestly say that I couldn't be happier.
Primarily I bought this product for the HD Movie setting which I have used several times to create some really dynamic shots. I also bought it for the fantastic variable shutter speed options and "welcoming" options menu that is easy to navigate around with.
I have previously owned a Canon DSLR however due to my "inexperience" with an advanced camera I found it difficult to adjust the camera to the setting that I desired. Whereas the Nikon D3100 is for those, like myself, who are keen photographers who are looking for a professional look to their films and photographs but will have the chance to explore the cameras settings and modes in order to see what works best for them.
I would highly recommend this camera.
Summary: Fantastic camera, for professionals and beginners
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