The Nikon D3200's 24 million pixel sensor is able to resolve a lot of detail, which enables creative cropping to be made. This image was shot with a Nikkor 60mm f/2.8 Macro lens.
Colours straight from the Nikon D3200 are generally bright and vibrant, although it does have a tendency to underexposure on occasion.
Shot with the standard 18-55mm kit lens at f/8, this image shows the amount of detail that is captured by the sensor, and shows a good amount of edge-to-edge sharpness is delivered by the kit's optic.
A good option for portrait photography, the Nikon D3200 has reproduced colours faithfully and coped well with the strong sunlight.
Again shot with the standard 18-55mm kit lens, this image shows that blurred backgrounds are possible even with the most basic of lenses.
Lots of detail has been captured by the D3200's 24 million pixel sensor. Colours have This image has been captured with a 50mm f/1.8G lens.
We had to select the Shade White Balance setting to get the best colour results when shooting in overcast conditions.
Shot at ISO 3200, this image shows the capability of the camera to resolve detail even at high sensitivity settings. This image shows a good level of detail, even in the shadow areas.
Again, pushing the sensitivity further has revealed an acceptable image, which would be better than not capturing an image at all.
Even at the very highest sensitivity setting, Hi2, this image would still be acceptable for use online or printing at very small sizes.
Another image which shows how much detail is captured by the sensor. This image was shot with the kit lens, showing the capabilities of the camera straight out of the box.
This is the same image as the one above, but has been converted from the raw file. It was converted to a 16 bit TIFF file, with all noise reduction switched off, and later converted to an 8-bit JPEG file. You can view the high res JPEG file, or download the TIFF (135MB) from the link below.
This is an image shot with the Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G lens - showing what a relatively low priced upgrade to the standard kit lens can help you achieve, especially if you are fond of shooting portraits.