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New Entry-level Nikon D3200 Gets Leaked UPDATE: It's Official
Taking a cue from Samsung's Wi-Fi-enabled Smart Cameras is Nikon, which will have an optional Wi-Fi attachment that will allow their upcoming entry-level DSLR, the D3200, to post photos and video directly to social network sites like Facebook or YouTube - one of the first DSLRs to do so. Aside from this, the D3200 will reportedly sport a 24.2-megapixel sensor and will be available in both black and red. The latest leak reveals that it will sell for around US$900 body-only (or about Php36,000 and about Php45,000 including a 18-55mm zoom kit lens. The optional Wi-Fi accessory, known as the Nikon WU-1a, will cost around Php2,000 and will not require a battery as it will derive its power from the camera itself.
Source: Nikon Rumors
UPDATE: Nikon has made the D3200 official. You can check the next page for the full press release, but below a quick rundown of its specifications, and some official photos. Note that the official SRP is US$700 (around Php30,000) with the 18-55mm kit lens, and that the optional Wi-Fi dongle, the WU-1a, will cost US$60. The dongle not only facilitates direct uploading to the Internet, but it can also send files to your Android or iOS device, and even turn it into a remote control and remote viewer.
Sensor: DX-format (APS-C size), 24.2-megapixel CMOS
ISO Range: 100-12,800
LCD: 3" 921k dots, fixed TFT LCD
Video: Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 30, 25 and 24fps. 60 and 50fps available at 1280 x 720 resolution
Image Processor: Nikon Expeed 3
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