If you've been impressed with the Nikon's entry-level DSLR cameras like we've found out from testing the existing D3100 model, but haven't yet made the upgrade from your compact camera, today's news will surely delight you. After waiting for nearly two months since we first had our initial hands-on trial of the D3200 successor, Nikon has finally announced the local availability and pricing of this massively upgraded 'budget' DSLR camera.
With a huge bump in its imaging resolution at an effective 24.2 megapixels, this is quite literally unheard of in this range of entry-level DSLR cameras. And assisting the new DX-format image sensor is a much faster EXPEED 3 image processing engine that’s also used in the more professional D4 and D800 cameras. Full HD video recording at 24p and a higher resolution LCD round up some of its other more prominent highlights. For more information, we've got more details of the Nikon 3200 from its launch event, including usability of the wireless mobile adapter.
For those of who are really on a budget but need a new DSLR option, you could consider snapping up the existing Nikon D3100 which has been seen for as low as S$800 or wait out for further clearance sales if any to try your luck.