Nikon D3200 DSLR Camera with 18–55mm and 55–200mm lenses: Whether you're a professional who needs to satisfy your next client or someone who wants to capture each moment for the memories, the D3200 allows you to photograph subjects and scenes in rich, realistic detail. Shoot in a variety of situations thanks to the included 18-55mm and 55-200mm lenses, which let you switch up the range depending on your needs. Optical image stabilization minimizes blurring in your shots by keeping the camera stable during capture.
Memory card sold separately.
The 18-55mm lens features 11 elements in 8 groups, the 55-200mm lens features 13 elements in 9 groups and both lenses feature a Silent Wave Motor for precision.
Captures high-resolution images up to 6016 x 4000 pixels.
Enjoy crisp, clean images over a broad spectrum of lighting conditions.
From joyous facial expressions to fast-paced sports action, burst mode ensures you get the shot even if it only lasts a fraction of a second.
Approximately 160° viewing angle and approximately 921,000 dots (VGA) resolution provide a clear view of stored content, so you can review before uploading to your computer.
Transform important moments into movies with one-touch high-definition video recording and stereo sound capture.
Features approximately 95% horizontal frame coverage, approximately 0.78x magnification and diopter adjustment.
Features 11 focus points and advanced 3D subject tracking for optimal image quality.
Reduces the effects of camera shake and vibration to help minimize blurring.
So you can wirelessly share images with most cell phones and tablets with Android and iOS operating systems and control the camera remotely using your compatible device.
A 420-pixel RGB sensor compares scene data against an extensive database to help optimize each photograph. Scene modes include portrait, landscape, child, sports and more.
Include landscape, neutral, monochrome, portrait, standard, vivid, color balance, color outline, color sketch, D-lighting, distortion control, filter effects, fisheye and more.
Red-eye reduction, slow sync, slow sync with red-eye reduction, rear-curtain sync and front-curtain sync modes let you add light when necessary. A hot shoe lets you attach an external flash.
Supports SD and UHS-I-compliant SDHC and SDXC formats. Memory cards not included.
|Warranty Terms - Parts||1 year limited|
|Warranty Terms - Labor||1 year limited|
|Lens Mount Compatibility||Bayonet|
|Memory Card Compatibility||Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)|Secure Digital|Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC)|
|Viewfinder||Optical||A small video monitor that enables you to watch the scene you're recording (or play back a previously recorded sequence).|
|Screen Size||3 inches|
|Number Of Memory Card Slots||1|
|Tripod/Monopod Socket Size||6.4 millimeters|
|External Flash Mount||Other|
|Memory Card Included||No|
|Software Included||Nikon ViewNX 2|
|Shutter Speeds||1/4000 - 30 sec.|
|Filter Diameter||52 millimeters|
|AC Adapter Compatible||No|
|Number Of Batteries Required||1|
|Digital Camera Type||DSLR Camera with Lens|
|Flash Modes||Red-eye reduction|Slow sync|
|Effective Megapixels||24.2 megapixels||The actual number of pixels which make up the viewable image captured by a digital camera.|
|Image File Format(s)||JPEG|RAW|Other|MPEG-4|
|Imaging Sensor Vertical Size||15.4 millimeters|
|Imaging Sensor Horizontal Size||23.2 millimeters|
|Frame Rate||4 frames per second|
|Low Light/High Sensitivity||Yes|
|Image Sensor Type||CMOS|
|Burst Mode||Yes||A special capture setting that records several images in rapid succession with one press of the shutter button.|
|Image Resolution||6016 x 4000||Refers to the number of pixels, both horizontally and vertically, used to either capture an image or display it. The higher the resolution the finer the image detail that can be seen.|
|Total Megapixels||24.7 megapixels||It is the total number of pixels that are included on your camera's sensor. All of these pixels are available to be used any time you take a photograph and expose the sensor to light.|
|Optical Zoom||3x||An optical zoom is made to bring you closer to your subject, without you having to move. It uses a combination of lenses that magnify the image prior to being registered at high resolution by the sensor.|
|Digital Zoom||None||The digital zoom takes the central portion of the high-resolution sensor's image to achieve the effect of a zoom. This means that the existing data is not enhanced or added to, merely displayed at a lower resolution, thereby giving an illusion of an enlarged image.|
|HD Movie Mode||Yes|
|White Balance Modes||Auto, incandescent, fluorescent (7 types), direct sunlight, flash, cloudy, shade, preset manual||An electronic calibration within the camcorder to balance the picture for accurate color display in different lighting conditions.|
|ISO Settings||100 - 6400 (expandable to 12,800)||International Standards Organization (ISO), sometimes referred to as the speed, is a camera's light-sensitivity.|
|Maximum Expandable ISO||12800||International Standards Organization (ISO), sometimes referred to as the speed, is a camera's light-sensitivity.|
|Maximum ISO||12800||International Standards Organization (ISO), sometimes referred to as the speed, is a camera's light-sensitivity.|
|Shooting Modes||Portrait, landscape, child, sports and more|
|Lens Focal Length 35mm Film Equivalent||18 - 55mm; 55 - 200mm||The distance from the rear model plane of a lens to the focus when the lens is focused at the infinity position.|
|Movie Recording Mode||Yes|
|Maximum Aperture||5.6 f/||The lens opening, which permits light to expose the CCD on a digital camera or film (in a traditional camera). The aperture size is either fixed or adjustable, and is calibrated in F-Stop numbers; the larger the number, the smaller the lens opening.|
|Minimum Aperture||3.5 f/||The lens opening, which permits light to expose the CCD on a digital camera or film (in a traditional camera). The aperture size is either fixed or adjustable, and is calibrated in F-Stop numbers; the larger the number, the smaller the lens opening.|
|Maximum Focal Length||200 millimeters||The distance from the rear model plane of a lens to the focus when the lens is focused at the infinity position.|
|Minimum Focal Length||18 millimeters||The distance from the rear model plane of a lens to the focus when the lens is focused at the infinity position.|