A new level for me. Nikon D3200

Nikon D3200

Today I switching to a new level. I bought a new DSLR camera and I hope to be as I expected. If someone has this model, I hope to tell me how satisfied or dissatisfied is by this camera. Thanks!

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Rhbabiak13

February 02, 2015

I own this camera and absolutely LOVE it!!! It does so much. All my photos are taken with this camera. I couldn't be happier with mine. Enjoy!

Steveacer

February 01, 2015

Good idea and you can download the full instructions for free from the net.

Steveacer

February 01, 2015

Depends on how much you want to spend, but if not much the 18-55 that comes with it is a good start and for more distance the Nikon 55-200 vr is OK or the sigma 70-300, but if buying the sigma make sure that it is the one with the red band around it, they do a slightly cheaper one without but it is very dissapointing the two lenses are totally different.You can find both of the above lenses second hand for around £100 or new for less than £200.

Steveacer

February 01, 2015

You can get some very good photos in this camera, if shooting in jpeg you will see better quality in 13mb rather than 24 mb and turn the quality to max as it is not set so out of the box.
Beware that the camera is not so good in low light, there is noise above 400 iso and very much from 800.
For most photos I would turn the sharpnes up to level 6 as in the standard setting the pictures are not very sharp.
I know that once you have found how to get the best from it that you will love this camera and I look forward to seeing your work.

Martingraf

January 31, 2015

wish you much fun with your new camera - Nikon is a good choice - so there are no excuses anymore and I agree to Fabio - low iso and perhaps more often a tripod makes a huge difference

FabioConcetta

January 31, 2015

I do not own this model of camera , but I have heard speak well of this . Remember, however, the difference in quality is the objective and the photographer . Always try to create images with low iso then controlled light, as the image quality degrades very easily and may not accept them . I hope I was helpful .