Target is currently cutting the Nikon D3200 price by just under 30 percent, so this has led to a number of Product Reviews readers asking for details on this camera and how it compares to other cameras. Today, we wanted to have a quick look at the Nikon D3200 vs. D5200 in terms of specs and a video review.
The D5200 is the newer of the two, although it is still a year old. However, this doesn’t matter so much when dealing with DSLR cameras because owners often keep these types of cameras for several years, rather than just a couple of years for compacts.
Many wannabe photographers usually choose an older DLSR model anyway, as they don’t want to over spend when they are just starting out. It is for this reason why the Nikon D5200 and D3200 are two very good choices.
The easiest way to explain how different the D5200 is to the D3200 is that the former is for advanced beginners, so if you don’t mind going to the next level, then the D5200 would be the DSLR for you — well out of the two anyway.
While we could go on all day about the differences of the two and a review of their price, we thought it would be far easier for you to watch the two Nikon D5200 vs D3200 reviews below.
However, if after watching you feel as though you would rather a different DSLR within the same sort of price range, then you could consider the Nikon D5100, which is much older or the Canon 600D or 60D.
If you are not ready to make the jump to DSLR, then you can see how the Canon SX170 compares to the Nikon D3200.