Nikon Digital Cameras

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Nikon D3200

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D3200
*Est. $530
Best digital SLR for beginners
Pros:
  • Ultra-high-resolution, 24-megapixel sensor
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Shoots 1080p full HD video with manual control
Cons:
  • Overall image quality no better than lower-res cameras
  • Huge resolution means huge files
  • Sluggish autofocus in Live View and Movie mode
Best Product

Nikon D7100

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D7100
*Est. $1,150
Best-value advanced DSLR
Pros:
  • No anti-aliasing filter
  • 51-point autofocus system
  • Long battery life
Cons:
  • Average low-light performance
  • Average continuous shooting speed
Best Product

Nikon D800

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D800
*Est. $2,800
Entry-pro DSLR
Pros:
  • Unheard-of resolution
  • Outstanding images, even in low light
  • Dual CF/SD card slots
  • Sharp HD video
Cons:
  • Slow burst shooting
  • Clunky user settings

Nikon Coolpix L820

Reviewed May 2014
Nikon Coolpix L820
*Est. $220
Pros:
  • 30x zoom lens
  • Very good photo and video quality
  • Easy to use
  • Quick performance
  • Runs on AA batteries -- convenient for traveling
Cons:
  • Heavy and bulky, even for an ultra-zoom

Nikon D3100

Reviewed February 2014
Nikon D3100
*Est. $400
Pros:
  • Great image quality for the price
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Easy for beginners to use
Cons:
  • Movie mode is limited
  • No external microphone jack
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