The Nikon D3200 is a digital SLR ( DSLR) camera with 24.1 - megapixel image sensor DX format and Full HD movie recording, which was presented on 19 April 2012 and since May 2012, is available. The D3200 is the successor to the Nikon D3100 and is positioned by the manufacturer in entry-level segment. The D3200 has a 3 "screen with 921,000 pixel resolution and a 11- point autofocus. Image and video data are stored in the D3200 on an SD card.
Innovations for D3100
- Higher resolution ( 24.1 instead of 14.2 megapixels)
- Fine -resolution display ( 921,000 instead of 230,000 pixels)
- EXPEED3 image processor instead EXPEED2
- Higher shooting speed ( four instead of three frames / second )
- Microphone input for video mode
- Support UHS- I memory cards
The Nikon D3200 can be expanded via the combined interface for cable release and a GPS receiver for geotagging of JPEG and NEF files. Nikon offers this to the GPS module GP-1. Although the Nikon GP-1 receiver has no built -in electronic compass, the GPS interface processes in addition to the GPS coordinates and direction information ( Heading). This compass data is supplied only by Geotagger third party.