If you’re looking for an entry-level digital SLR that’s very easy to use, look no further than the Nikon D3200. It takes nice-looking photos (just keep an eye on the exposure), offers a feature set that’ll please consumers (and maybe a few enthusiasts), and it’s small and light enough to carry around every day. It’s not a great choice for the more hardcore user, due to the lack of bracketing and other manual controls, and I wouldn’t recommend using live view for anything moving. If you can live with those issues then I think you’ll definitely get your money’s worth with the D3200.
Curious to see how he reached his conclusion? Be sure to read DCResource’s Nikon D3200 review.
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