Today our ZOOM is on Farooq Soomro’s camera. Farooq is a new Mellster who’s selling a Nikon D3200 SLR 24,2 Megapixels.
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Description by the seller:
It is in very good condition 10/10 because use very carefully. iam selling it due to urgent need of money. all the accessories are available including all cables and user manual + original Nikon photo editing cd. only serious buyer please contact no bargain fixed price it it’s already discounted.
The Nikon D3200 is Nikon’s 2012 digital SLR with a newly designed 24.2 megapixel DX format APS-C sensor and a EXPEED 3 processor. If you’re still curious, The D3200 also boasts a 3-inch 921k-dot LCD monitor, one-touch full 1080p HD video recording (with autofocus), quick-access Live View mode, ISO range of 100-12800, 11-point autofocus system and 4fps continuous shooting. Need know more?
The Nikon comes also with a great Guide Mode especially handy for the novice and photography enthusiasts.
Nikon D3200 SLR 24,2 Megapixels Camera’s Reviews:
1) By BobFoster (1 week ago) via dpreview
It may be a new model with a few new bells and whistles but I see that the IQ is still rated at 4.5. To me that means that adding 10 megapixels is just a sales gimmick. The extra megapixels seems to be the Nikon choice of improvements to induce hobbyists to upgrade. Do they think we are such fools?
2) By reanim888 (1 month ago) via dpreview
Great power comes with great responsibility. High quality sensor is a bonus but at this resolution, you need better lenses to make the most of it. Entry level people may not even want to spend that much for any lenses… by the time they are happy with their skill and ready for investment in better lenses… they may also want a better body… so, yes, again for those who can afford it rather than really drawing people in to their DSLR range. For many beginner, I think price is one of the main issues.
3) By divalent (6 months ago) via preview
I’ve had my D3200 for almost a year. I was happy with it until purchasing a 35mm F1.8 prime lens. I found at F1.8 the actual focus was behind the subject by about 4″. I sent the camera back to the factory (warranty service) and had the autofocus adjusted. The focus is only slightly better than before. If you stick with the kit lenses, you won’t notice this as you have a larger depth of field. It’s possible not all D3200 cameras behave this way; mine does. If I use the prime lens, I start around F4 and don’t go lower.
How to contact Farooq Soomro?:
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2. Search for “Nikon D3200 SLR 24,2 Megapixels Camera”
3. Chat with Farooq Soomro through instant message