Nikon D3200, a DSLR family WiFi
The Nikon D3200 complete the entry-level SLR the Japanese manufacturer. Despite its positioning, the Nikon D3200 offers a sensor of 24 megapixels, a Full HD video with a jack for an external microphone, and integrated Wi-Fi
While hybrid cameras continue their merry way, the reflex are still doing as well and this time, Nikon has announced its D3200, a new entry level DSLR that will be between the D3100 and D5100. Yes, the new D3200 D3100 does not replace that remains in the catalog.
In terms of technical features, the new D3200 features a new 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor (Nikon specific), an EXPEED processor 3, a sensitivity range from ISO 100-6400 (expandable to ISO 12800), a speed of 4fps burst, a new fast AF with 11 AF points including the center cross, an optical viewfinder with 95% coverage and a magnification of .78 x, a 3 “screen with a resolution of 920K dots, HDMI output -CEC, the video recording in Full HD 1080p/24/25/30, microphone input, GPS support (optional) and the new WiFi module, the WU-1a, all in a featherweight 455g . â‚¬ 699 count kit with 18-55mm VR.
WiFi module on the WU-1a, it is only compatible with the Nikon D3200 and does not, for now, backwards compatibility with the rest of his reflex. It will enable you to be able to upload photos and even control the D3200 on an Android smartphone (iOS in the study). Expect to pay about â‚¬ 70 for the month of June 2012.