Nikon has unveiled the D3200, an entry level digital SLR camera.
Joins entry level line-up of cameras
The 'easy-to-use' camera features a 24.2Mp DX-format CMOS sensor and a step by step photo taking guide. The D3200 will cost £649 for the body and a lens and will go on sale next month.
Simon Iddon, product manager for enthusiast products at Nikon said: "The D3200 follows the success of Europe’s best selling D-SLR camera, the D3100. Newcomers to D-SLR photography will benefit from the camera’s intuitive features, such as the Guide Mode that takes you step by step through the photography process to capture high quality images to be proud of."
"This high powered camera offers superior image quality, with an incredibly high megapixel count, as well as Full HD video for creative photographers." he added.
The D3200 is capable of recording video footage in full-HD 1080p with continuous auto-focus. Video can be edited on-board via the 3-inch LCD screen and viewed on a larger display via the miniHDMI port.