Nikon has just announced its new entry-level DSLR, the D3200, which will be available at authorised resellers from the 24th of May.
This successor to the D3100 features a new CMOS image sensor, 24.2-megapixels and an EXPEED 3 image processing engine (the same as Nikon’s flagship D4 and D8000).
Another notable addition to this camera is a refined Guide Mode that lets you choose a specific type of shooting situation (night portrait or close-up etc) or technique (soften background or show water flowing etc).
A Wireless Mobile Adaptor WU-1a has also been announced for this model, which lets photographers transfer their images to Android smartphones and tablets. This adaptor can also let you use your smart device as a remote control.
Other features include: support for ISO sensitivities of 100-6400, special noise reduction processing, 3-inch TFT LCD monitor, Full HD 1080p video recording, in-camera editing and external stereo microphone support.