After almost two years, Nikon released the successor of the popularly known enthusiast SLR model D3100. On April 19, 2012 the Nikon Corporation based in Tokyo announced the release of the Nikon D3200. It retains most of the reliable features that its predecessor introduced with the improvements in the guide mode feature and a new set of functions added to improve the quality of its performance.
The Nikon D3200 offers an enormous jump in resolution compared to its predecessor with the 24.2 Megapixels and EXPEED 3 image processor. This may seem to be a big leap for the entry-level camera models and somehow closely related to the release of higher-end models with outstanding features as well. It is obvious that current models continue to upgrade features including the Megapixel count.
In response to the new generation hooked to social networking, the Nikon D3200 is capable of collaborating with smart devices (Android) through the new Wireless Mobile Adapter WU-1a. Users will certainly find this a convenient way of sharing high resolution photos with their smart devices. Not to mention that this also introduces a new level of shooting experience to enthusiasts as the Wireless Mobile Adapter Wu-1a also enables controlled shooting from a smart device (Android). This new Nikon digital SLR camera opens up a wide horizon of possibilities for photographers.