I'm test driving one of these right now for my next book and I'm pretty impressed…

I'm test driving one of these right now for my next book and I'm pretty impressed with what this little entry level cam can do.

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Nikon D3200 sample images!

Here's a section of sample images from the brand new 24 Megapixel #Nikon #D3200 DSLR! Yes it's an entry-level model, and yes, it has a whopping 24 Megapixels! Find out how it looks in a variety of situations and check back soon for a full review!

PS - and come back tomorrow for a review of another exciting camera!

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6 Responses to “I'm test driving one of these right now for my next book and I'm pretty impressed…”

  1. Hank Wright says:

    Rob – What do you think about Trey's comment that we are in the middle of a transition from DSLR to mirrorless? +Trey Ratcliff I have been shooting with a Panasonic GH2 for over a year and love it mostly because of the advantages provided by mirrorless design: smaller, shorter distance from front of camera to sensor plane, and the like.

    · May 26, 2012 @ 9:16 pm

  2. Rob Sylvan says:

    I agree. Camera technology is improving and morphing at an incredible rate (which I think is awesome). Cameras are appearing in all manner of devices, and shapes and sizes. I don't see any reason why this trend would reverse or stop. That said, I do think DSLRs will be around for a good while. We humans do also like things we are familiar with, and there is a whole industry supporting DSLRs. I expect we'll see parallel development (and improvement) for years to come.

    On a personal note, I'd also say that smaller alone is not always better, so perhaps we'll see mirrorless models that look and feel more like DSLRs (maybe there already are?). I'm not small and I like cameras to really fit my hand. :)

    · May 26, 2012 @ 9:28 pm

  3. Hank Wright says:

    I can't wait to see a full size sensor mirror-less camera. I was told Canon was showing one at NAB. For me it is not really the size of the camera it is the ability to adapt virtually any lens to the body. Without the room needed for a mirror, it is very easy to engineer an adapter from the back of the lens to the camera body while maintaining the correct lens to sensor distance.

    I have been putting all kinds of crazy glass on my GH2 with wonderful results.

    · May 26, 2012 @ 9:52 pm

  4. Rob, I think you'll see that transition faster than you think. It's like going from film to digital, there are too many advantages once the equipment is equivalent.

    · May 27, 2012 @ 6:06 am

  5. Rob Sylvan says:

    Well, I don't really know how fast I think, so there. 😛

    · May 27, 2012 @ 12:55 pm

  6. Well, in Vegas I'll pitch something at you and we'll see how fast you think… or say ouch… ;D

    · May 27, 2012 @ 4:21 pm

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