The Nikon D3200 is one of the most popular and well-reviewed DSLR cameras on the market. This guide will help you determine whether this is the right product for you, outlining specifications, price and recommended accessories.
A sophisticated piece of kit, this DSLR camera is made for those who know a thing or two about photography. It has received rave reviews for its impressive performance, with What Digital Camera awarding it a 90 per cent score, Trusted Reviews assigning it ‘Recommended’ status, and customers giving the pack with an 18-55mm lens 9.2/10 on Reevoo.
The camera delivers 24.2 effective megapixels, and has a DX-format CMOS image sensor to ensure high-quality images – even after trimming and enlargement. With an ISO sensitivity range up to 6400, this piece of kit can also capture incredible images in low-light environments.
Despite being such an impressive piece of kit, the camera is relatively affordable in terms of its segment, and offers great value for money. Jessops is currently stocking the Nikon D3200 camera for £318, and £30 cashback is available until January 26th. Customers can also take advantage of six months’ interest-free finance, and free next-day delivery or delivery to store.
The product comes with a two-year guarantee for your peace of mind, and if you’re looking to buy accessories, discounted bundles are available. For example, you can purchase your camera with a Manfrotto 393-PD + Photo Head Tripod for £367.99 – a £30 saving. There are also packages that include additional lenses.
Can’t decide which accessories you need? We’d recommend two extra lenses – an 18-55mm VR, which achieves impressive results despite its low weight, allowing you to take sharper handheld photos. Also pick up a Tamron 70-300mm for impressive zoom capabilities.
A case is of course a must, helping you keep your kit protected from bumps and scrapes. Look out for one that will also house your accessories for maximal convenience. Ensure you have plenty of storage with a large-capacity SDHC. Go for class 10 so you can capture FHD footage at high speeds.