Product Type: Nikon digital cameras
Newest Review: ... on the camera body, or in the screen's menus. The only slight disappointment that I've found with the D3200 is its lack of an auto exposure... more
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Member Name: dee_ranged
Advantages: Fairly simple to use
Disadvantages: shooting menu can be confusing.
After developing my interest in photography over the last few years, I decided now was the time to take a plunge with a DSLR. Then came the problem, what do you choose which will give amazing results, won't be old in 5 minutes and will still be relatively easy to use. This is where Nikon D3200 came into play complete with an 18-55mm lens.
Although this camera can be a little baffling at times - f numbers, shutter speeds and shooting formats to be considered, I don't regret my decision at all. The camera nails it every single time. The colour in my images comes across brilliantly from LCD screen to laptop. The functions are easy to navigate and the controls are easy to use. My only gripe with this is working on how to control the menu easier when you are shooting but it is a tiny gripe!
The lens that comes with the camera is good for shooting scenery and is a good first lens in my opinion. I found it very simple to work and the manual focus is brilliant too.
All in all, this is a good initial DSLR for someone wanting to get more into photography.
Summary: Brilliant camera for a beginner to DSLR photography.
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