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Nikon D3200 Review | Price in India
Is the DSLR right for you?
A quick read online will tell you the pros and cons of the DSLR. Simply, if you are a complete beginner in the DSLR arena, you would want a DSLR camera that is not too hard to operate. If you would like the hassle of manually configuring your camera to get the most beautiful pictures, then the DSLR is for you. Otherwise, a point and shoot will be your best bet.
Which DSLR to choose?
The market is flooded with DSLRs. Sony, Nikon and Canon seem to be leading the market. You will often find that you are confused between which brand to buy, or which specific product to buy.
For a newbie, subtle differences in these cameras are hard to spot and it becomes arduous to figure out the reasons for the price differences in various DSLR models. However, the Internet is flooded with informative articles regarding which features you should look for in your DSLR according to your need. Please take some time to understand your need and relevant features you require.
The Nikon D3200
In this article, we will assume that you have already narrowed down your search for the DSLR to the entry level DSLRs like Nikon D3200 and Canon 1200D. We have often seen people confused between these two. The price is almost the same and the features too.
However, it is best to choose the Nikon D3200 if you are very new to the DSLR arena. DSLRs are like racing cars, to get the maximum out of them, you need to know how to handle them. For this reason, DSLRs may seem complicated at first to someone who is used to the 'point and shoot'.
This is where Nikon D3200 saves the day. It is the best possible DSLR for the absolute beginners in the DSLR arena. There are tons of videos available on it on Youtube, discussing how to operate it and get the most out of it.
Nikon D3200 Features at a glance
Price: $475 or Rs. 23000
Inexperienced or New DSLR users