Nikon D3200

I hope no one kicks me out of the group for claiming I bought I nice DSLR camera and I mention their newest entry level camera! I think it's a real gem, though. I've since purchased a 50mm 1.8 lens and I have been satisfied. The kit lens + zoom lens (55-200mm) and I think I'm set for a while. I just need to get a decent speedlight. I've been shooting at a local open mic that is outside and our main source of light is a little flood light in the corner and the street lights and bumping my ISO to 1600 leaves pretty decent results. Very light noise that's not noticeable unless you're a pixel hunter. I hope to expand my equipment once my shooting skills have improved =]

My flickr account is here if you would like to see examples
http://www.flickr.com/photos/73432679@N05/
OptimisticLove OptimisticLove
31-35, M
4 Responses Jan 9, 2013

These days entry level dslr's are capable of so much. Nice purchase.

The entry level is just fine for most types of photography(professional or recreational). I have a Canon rebel xs and it's lightweight, does everything I need ( I have separate equipment for video) and I couldn't be happier with it.

P.S-the shot of the lion on my profile was taken with my Nikon D3200........

I'm a professional photographer and I bought a D3200-and I love it!! Nothing wrong with buying an entry level camera-I've taken some damned nice shots with mine.Happy shooting!!