Summary: Its not the camera thats a problem. The camera itself is fantastic however the seller, 33 Street Camera I'm not happy with. First the camera bag that came with the package was covered in mold. The mold was all over the bag and just disgusting and finally I never received The Jumpstart Guide to Digital Photography, No LCD Screen Protectors, No Memory Card Wallet and No Promo Code for 25 Free Prints.
Pros: Great Camera. Its a Nikon. Feels High Quality. Good Price. Fast Shipping. Looking forward to Learning on it and eventually getting better lenses.
Cons: I was stuck between getting this camera and several other similar ones, most around same price point and different vendors. I ended up getting this one based on Wi-Fi Connectivity as stated in listing. Big Mistake. Camera has no Wi-Fi Connectivity. Contacted Newegg and they said contact Nikon as they provide the listing details. Checked with Nikon and they DO NOT LIST the 3200 as having Wi-Fi Connectivity. Their website states it is Wi-Fi CAPABLE with an extra adapter...
Summary: Bag was to small for the camera, camera felt more like a toy, Sigma Lens was horrible. The only thing positive was the items arrived on time and packaged well. Worth the extra money for the Canon T4i or the Nikon 7200.
Summary: returned the d3200 for the d5200 and was worth the extra money, the 5200 is all around better, reacts faster. seemed that the 3200 would randomly make you wait a second to take a pic when trying to take pictures fast, where as the 5200 is much more responsive and doesn't miss a pic.
Summary: I've had a Canon Rebel XT for years. I decided it was time to upgrade to a newer camera and had heard some good things about Nikon. I found the D3200 and bought the bundle at my local Costco store that included two lenses. I spent quite a bit of time with the camera and found that the photos actually turned out quite nicely. The auto focus was fast and the camera was pretty quiet.
Summary: The video showed a zoom lens. My camera did not come with a zoom lens. Also, the video advertised a plug-in to allow for instant download to my bluetooth device. I could not find the plug-in to order on the Nikon site.
Summary: After I bought my D3200, I took it directly to my daughter's graduation ceremony. I took some pictures and they seemed to be just fine. Then I started recording video at 1080p/30fps. After about 10 minutes, I stopped it and the LCD displays an error message indicating the SD card is damaged and not readable. After I returned home, I tried to read the card from my computer and found the card is completely not recognized.
Summary: I ordered this for a backup to my D300S Nikon. Figured I'd double my mega-pixels in the process. I have since returned the item the day after I received it. It's like some little toy camera. I should have downloaded the camera's manual at the Nikon site prior to ordering it. It doesn't allow for bracketing of shots and anything you need to change seems to have be done through the menu screen in the camera. It is very light.