Kamera Nikon D3200 Second Mulus
Sudah termasuk lensa 18-55mm VR
1. Fungsi kamera dan lensa normal semua
2. Karet lengkap, tidak ada yang hilang maupun lepas lepas
3. Lensa jernih tanpa jamur.
4. LCD tidak ada vignet.
5. Flash menyala
6. ongkir sudah include packing kayu
7. Perlengkapan: LIHAT FOTO
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The new Nikon D3200 is a rather small DSLR camera, although it does come with a chunky right-hand grip that makes it better suited to hand-held shooting than some of its competitors. Still, expect having to find a place for your little finger under the camera if you have larger-than-average hands. The camera body itself is mainly plastic, but while the D3200 certainly doesn’t feel as robust as some of the company’s higher specified models, it still exudes a degree of quality you might not expect at this price point. This is helped by the surprisingly classy rubber coating on the grip, which also appears on the thumb rest on the back of the camera.
The Nikon D3200’s body is almost identical to its predecessor in terms of the overall dimensions and weight, with most external controls in the same places as before. Notable changes to the outside of the camera include the inclusion of an infrared remote sensor in the grip and rear of the D3200, which now accepts both an infrared release and a wired remote release cable, and the use of a simple button to take you to Live View mode rather than the D3100’s more fiddly spring-loaded lever. There’s also the unwelcome removal of the D3100’s drive-mode lever at the top, which we loved because it made setting and checking the current drive mode very easy and straightforward, and the logical relocation of the small red button that acts as a movie shutter release, enabling one-touch video recording when you are in Live View, from the rear to the top of the camera next to the main shutter release button.
The 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 VR kit lens that Nikon supplied feels fairly well-balanced – if a tad front-heavy – on the Nikon D3200 and it fits into place with a reassuring mechanical click. It also adds the very important advantage of Vibration Reduction. Nikon bodies don’t offer any form of in-camera image stabilisation, unlike similar models from Sony, Pentax and Olympus, so the affordable 18-55mm VR lens is a good partner for the D3200.