Thursday, 8 January 2015

Nikon D3200 Review

So this is The Camera.
I'm already in love!
However, I needed my DSLR to take pictures of my DSLR, bit of a catch!

I've been craving a DSLR for years, but funds have never allowed it.
So this christmas, everyone put in a little bit of money to contribute.

Camera shopping was not easy... is it ever?
But after I did a lot of research, this is what I settled on.
A Nikon D3200.

You can find all the specs here

I needed something easy to use, a beginner DSLR, if you will.
This ticks all the boxes.
With pre-set settings, including Macro, Portrait and Landscape, it's easy to get the perfect picture with a simple click.

I do plan on increasing my camera knowledge, experimenting with different lenses and having a look through all the intricate settings.

I can't recommend this camera enough. I don't know all that much about shutter speed, light intake or things like that. But I know I can get great pictures with ease and I fall in love with them over and over!

I'll leave you with a few sample photographs to have a look at...


  1. I have been looking for a DSLR camera for such a long time and I've mainly been looking at either the Canon 1100D or the 700D! But I will now definitely have to look into this Nikon camera! Great post! :)

    1. I have the Canon 700D and it's very similar to this camera! Its great quality:) x

  2. i've got this camera!! i really like it but it's taken a while to get my head round it :-)

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  3. Yay! A Nikon DSLR is the way to go! I have the model below this one (d3100) and I really like it. It's a great entry level camera as you said, really simple to use. x

  4. I got this camera for my birthday and I love it! I have only just switched to manual settings after getting used to it and the quality of pictures has changed dramatically! x

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