Nikon's recent cashback promo gave us a twinge that new consumer models might be around the corner, but as of today there's just the one: the almost entry-level D3200, which Nikon hopes will complement the cheaper D3100 without supplanting it. The price gap between these two low-end DSLRs is significant -- around $150 based on current D3100 prices, with the black D3200 and regular 18-55mm kit lens expected to hit shelves at the end of April for $700.
The lasts to come out of Nikon is their entry level D3100 DSLR. It’s packed with goodies that include a 3.0-inch LCD, full 1080p video recording support (@24FPS) and a 14.2 2 megapixel CMOS sensor. Some of the other features also in... Read Post
If you're still pouring over the specs of Nikon's current DSLR consumer models, then you've managed to dally just long enough to snag a tidy cashback offer. At least, that's if you're in the UK and can make your purchase before the ... Read Post