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    Please give me advice, I'm wanting to buy d3200.

    HI everyone. I'm thinking of buying my first DSLR camera and I have taken quite a liking to d3200.
    Do you think Its a good option?
    And I've heard that Nikon d3200 have a noise problem is that really?
    Please give me advice....


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    Re: Please give me advice, I'm wanting to buy d3200.

    Noisy as a bulldozer trundling by if you under expose your images...
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    Re: Please give me advice, I'm wanting to buy d3200.

    Quote Originally Posted by pedroj View Post
    Noisy as a bulldozer trundling by if you under expose your images...
    At what ISO?? I haven't noticed this problem as drastically as you make it out to be.

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    Re: Please give me advice, I'm wanting to buy d3200.

    Quote Originally Posted by MeSess View Post
    At what ISO?? I haven't noticed this problem as drastically as you make it out to be.
    Maybe I should giggle a little hey...
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    Re: Please give me advice, I'm wanting to buy d3200.

    Quote Originally Posted by pedroj View Post
    Maybe I should giggle a little hey...
    You lost me haha
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    Re: Please give me advice, I'm wanting to buy d3200.

    Quote Originally Posted by MeSess View Post
    You lost me haha
    Bahahaha Australian humour meets American humour haha @pedroj is funny
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    Re: Please give me advice, I'm wanting to buy d3200.

    Quote Originally Posted by Callista14 View Post
    HI everyone. I'm thinking of buying my first DSLR camera and I have taken quite a liking to d3200.
    Do you think Its a good option?
    And I've heard that Nikon d3200 have a noise problem is that really?
    Please give me advice....
    it is going to produce noise anywhere above ISO 800 if exposure is not good, particularly underexposed images. My main concern would be the mirror and shutter issues I have seen cropping up, several of them here by D3200 owners. It may or may not be an issue but I would do my research.
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    Re: Please give me advice, I'm wanting to buy d3200.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ijustwant1 View Post
    Bahahaha Australian humour meets American humour haha @pedroj is funny
    Sometimes the meeting is like oil and vinegar! That was funny.
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    Re: Please give me advice, I'm wanting to buy d3200.

    My flatmate has a D3200 and she loves it - no complaints whatsoever although she is a bit jealous of the flip screen my D5100 has.
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    Re: Please give me advice, I'm wanting to buy d3200.

    My advice would be to spend the extra few bucks for the D3300 over the 3200. You'll get better image quality since the 3300 had the OLPF removed and the bigger, faster, more powerful Expeed 4 processor (vs. the Expeed 3 of the 3200). The 3300 also shoots faster, has a higher maximum ISO and significantly better battery life per charge. That's an awful of extra horsepower for the price difference which, last time I checked, was about $100.

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