Nikon has officially announced the Nikon D3200 entry-level DSLR, after rumors of which have been floating around the internet in the recent weeks. The new D3200 carries a 24-megapixel APS-C sized sensor, with an ISO range of 100 to 6400 (expandable to 12800). The camera has a burst rate of 4fps in continuous shooting mode, and its LCD screen has been upgraded to a 921,000-dot display. The Nikon D3200 has also been improved at the video end. It can now shoot in full HD 1080p at 30/24 fps, and can shoot at 60 fps when set to 720p. The D3200 also features a microphone input, giving users the option to improve on the built-in mic with an external microphone.
The new WU-1a Wi-Fi accessory was also announced to ago along with the D3200. This add-on will allow users to share photos, preview the photo they are going to take, and even control the camera, using their smart phones.
The last piece of equipment that Nikon announced was the new AF-S 28mm f/1.8G Lens. It is a full-frame lens, making it compatible with all of the Nikon DSLR cameras out in the market today. It is a compact, lightweight prime lens that should perform very well in low light situations.
Overall, this latest announcement from NIkon has presented products with amazing value. The D3200 will be available in late April 2012 for $699 with the 18-55mm kit lens. The WU-1a Wi-Fi unit will cost $59, and the Nikkor 28mm f/1.8G lens will cost $699. Both will be available in the end of May 2012.