Nikon D3200 Price in Singapore & Specifications

DSLRs may seem like an impeccable camera to use by a lot of people: It's huge, menacing, and there are a lot of buttons and dials on it. But DSLRs are the best way to capture the greatest photographs in the world. The Nikon D3200 is an excellent entry-level DSLR camera that makes it easy for beginners to learn and operate. Read more below!

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DSLRs may seem like an impeccable camera to use by a lot of people: It's huge, menacing, and there are a lot of buttons and dials on it. But DSLRs are the best way to capture the greatest photographs in the world. The Nikon D3200 is an excellent entry-level DSLR camera that makes it easy for beginners to learn and operate. Read more below!

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Effective Pixels


Sensor Type


Video Resolution

Full HD

Sensor Size

23.2 x 15.4mm

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Cheapest Nikon D3200 Price in Singapore is S$ 499.50

The Nikon D3200 is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Nikon D3200 price in Singapore is S$ 499.50 from Qoo10. Nikon D3200 price details are updated September 2021.

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Price List by Country for Nikon D3200

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 3.330.000 S$ 315.00
Singapore SGD 499.50 S$ 500.00
Vietnam VND 8.261.968 S$ 487.00

Nikon D3200 Price in Singapore by Variants

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Nikon D3200 Specs

Effective Pixels 24.2MP
ISO Minimum 100
ISO Maximum 12800
ISO Auto Yes
Image Format JPEG RAW
White Balance Yes
Sensor Type CMOS
Sensor Size 23.2 x 15.4mm
Video Resolution Full HD
Video Format MPEG-4, H.264
Optics & Focus
Lens Mount F
Auto Focus Yes
Continuous Shooting 11fps
Wi-Fi Yes
Headphones No
Bluetooth Yes
Anti-Dust No
Red-eye reduction Yes
Self-Timers Yes
Build-in Flash Yes
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000s
Touchscreen Yes
Screen Size 3"
Viewfinder Optical
Live View Yes
Packaging Content
Product Type Body Only
Weight 455g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 125 x 96 x 76.5mm
Colour Black

User-Friendly Nikon D3200

The Nikon D3200 is a compact (by DSLR standards) DSLR camera that is easy to handle and easy to carry around. Do not let its compact stature fool you into thinking that it is a subpar DSLR camera, however. The D3200 is just as capable as its larger and more premium models: It packs a 24.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor that is capable in any lighting situations; EXPEED 3 image processing for quick operation and in-camera creative effects. The D3200 is also capable of Full HD (1080p) movie recording.

Being an entry-level DSLR camera that is aimed towards beginners who want to get in on the DSLR game, the Nikon D3200 has in-camera tutorials that can guide and teach a beginner how to operate it to maximum efficiency and potential.

Hands-on Learning

The built-in Guide Mode of the Nikon D3200 provides great in-camera tutorials that teach its user the basics of DSLR photography. The Guide Mode teaches its user the features and basics of a DSLR camera while they are using it, giving the user a literal form of hands-on approach of learning. The Guide Mode makes everything easy to understand and also makes it easy to access so you can shoot in confidence every time.

Great Photographs in Every Situationwith the Nikon D3200

Like a professional photographer that optimizes his camera settings for different environments and scenes, the Nikon D3200 comes with several different photography modes known as Scene Modes such as Portrait, Night Portrait, Landscape, Close Up, and more. These different Scene Modes provide flawless results each time you take a shot and you will not need to worry so much about setting things up yourself. If you are unsure of which Scene Mode to use, you can just set it to Scene Auto Selector and the camera will decide which mode to use best.

Wi-Fi Connectivity

The Nikon D3200 has an optional WU-1a wireless mobile adapter that you can attach to the camera. With the adapter attached, you can automatically send all the great photographs that you have captured to your smartphone or tablet. You can even use the smartphone or tablet to remotely control the camera to capture images.

There are many benefits of being able to connect your camera to your smartphone. You would not have to bother with cables or removing and replacing memory cards just to transfer images anymore. Now you can just transfer each of the images wirelessly to your smartphone and tablet and easily share them with everyone else!

Reviews of Nikon D3200
Reviewed on 2012-08-13
24megapixel sensor, highest in its class, Comfortable handling, Useful Guide mode for beginners, Good image quality and noise control, Full HD movie recording
Plasticky body, Kit lens doesn't do the sensor justice, Slow AF during live view shooting, Could do with more creative effects
With mirrorless system cameras slowly eating into the entry-level DSLR camera segment, it seems that entry-level DSLR cameras are dying a slow death. If you noticed, the number one claim of all mirrorless camera makers is that you can get DSLR quality in ...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-20
Now that Nikon has taken care of its top-end customers with the new D4 and D800 DSLRs, it has turned its attention to the entry-level segment of the market.Camera makers like Canon and Nikon have been going after the burgeoning market of youngsters who wa...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-27
Despite the emergence of mirrorless cameras, the market is still dominated by conventional DSLRs. Several companies make excellent SLRs to help consumers get better quality pictures for under $1,000. Image quality in the category is generally very similar...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-06
There comes a time when we ask ourselves: do we stick with a point-and-shoot, or do we upgrade to DSLR or mirrorless? What could we possibly get out of a DSLR that a point-and-shoot can't achieve? As consumers we can go to a big box store, spend under $50...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-16
Compact, comfortable and highly portable body, Good ergonomics, with even more well-positioned external controls than the D3100, Slightly larger, more comfortable handgrip with better shutter position for easy access with forefinger, Quick and quiet sh......
Some users with larger hands (or those used to bigger DSLRs) may find camera and controls too small, Mediocre results with kit lens; soft corners and noticeable geometric distortion, Movie record and Live View buttons are now split up, with one on top ......
Walkaround. Though similar in appearance to the D3100, the Nikon D3200's contours and elements are restyled somewhat, but it still looks quite similar, with a very compact, comfortable design.With the lens, a card, and the battery loaded, the Nikon D3200...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-14
Good video and images, Plenty of resolution for crops, Light and compact
Quirks in video start process, Some noise at higher ISO, Distortion Control feature limits burst frames
The D3200 follows the modern template for a DSLR - an exaggerated handgrip at the right front of the generally rectangular camera body that is topped with the combination penta prism/built-in flash housing. Body materials are largely composites and overa...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-25
24-megapixel APS-C sensor, High-quality stills, 4 fps and full HD video at 30 fps
Kit lens doesn't do the sensor justice, Noisy videos with high ISOs
The Nikon D3200 is a giant leap for consumer-friendly DSLRs. It has an amazing 24.2-megapixel sensor at quite an affordable price. Let's see if Nikon lands on its feet after this jump — or falls flat on its megapixels. Not content with a small bump in re...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-19
Compact. Good quality at high ISOs. Guide Mode for beginners. Continuous video autofocus. Mic input.
Small pentamirror viewfinder. Fixed LCD. Kit lens could be better
The Nikon D3200 ($699.95 direct with 18-55mm lens) is the company's entry-level D-SLR, and as such offers a wealth of features that should appeal to photographers in search of their first interchangeable lens camera. The 24-megapixel shooter improves upon...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-06
The Nikon D3200 is a new entry-level digital SLR camera with an attention-grabbing feature list. The D3200 has a massive 24 megapixels, full 1080p HD movies, 3 inch LCD screen, 4fps burst shooting and an ISO range of 100-12800. Find out if this is the...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-04
With reasonably fast performance and very good photo quality, the Nikon D3200 delivers what you expect from a dSLR
The camera's lackluster feature set, some underwhelming design changes, and photos that don't necessarily surpass its predecessor may disappoint
The Nikon D3200 has a lot of the same or similar components to the D3100, including the same autofocus system (bolstered by Nikon's newer scene-recognition technology) and viewfinder, it's got a newer, higher resolution sensor coupled with Nikon's upda...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-01
24 Megapixel CMOS sensor, 912k pixel LCD screen, Guide mode for novice photographers, 1080p24/25/30 video with exposure control, Manual audio level control with meters.
No auto exposure bracketing or optical depth-of-field preview, Complicated menu system, Underused command dial, No built-in AF motor so can't autofocus with non AF-S lenses, No live histogram.
Nikon D3200 review The Nikon D3200 is the company’s latest entry-level DSLR. Announced in April 2012, it replaces the best-selling D3100 and like that model, makes a number of key improvements. The headline upgrade is pure resolution with the new D320...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-30
24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor, Full 1080p HD video recording, Good image quality, Rubberised grip, Can use an external microphone for video recording, 2 year warranty, Comes in red as well as the traditional black, Easy to use menus, Nikon D3200
Guide mode doesn't allow RAW shooting, Expensive for an entry-level DSLR, More advanced D5100 is cheaper, Picture taking is slow in live view
The D3200 is Nikon's latest entry level DSLR, an upgrade on the , going from 14.2 to 24.2 megapixels and is designed to be easy to use, with Guide Mode to help you along. The D3200 is also compatible with the new Wireless Mobile Adapter which shares im...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-19
Low image noise, Good image colors, Accurate autofocus system, Short shutterlag, Good shottoshoot speed, Excellent timetofirstshot, Generally good ergonomics, Full HD video with autofocus, Good build quality, Easily usable with gloves on, Nikon D3100, Nik...
Serious overexposure, Below average AWB, Autofocus on the slow side, 1s video record delay, Microphone records camera noise, LCD glare when settings are changed, Selftimer resets after each use, LiveView not exposurepriority, No exposure bracketing, Expos...
The D3200 is Nikon's latest entry-level DSLR camera which brings full 1080p HDTV video recording with autofocus to DSLRs. This is a relatively compact digital SLR camera with a 24 megapixels sensor, a Nikon electronic-only lens mount and most features usu...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-19
Nikon D3200 RedThe Nikon D3200 is Nikon's latest Digital SLR and is designed to sit one step above the , with a new 24.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, Full HD video recording and new guide mode it has been announced, along with a new Nikkor 28mm f/1.8G ...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-19
The Nikon D3200 is Nikon's newest replacement for their cheapest DSLR, 2010's , which was also a very good camera. This new D3200 is m......
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Reviewed on 2012-11-23
Although Nikon announced its D3200 entry-level DSLR back in April 2012, we didn't receive a review unit until early November, which is a pity as this camera is positioned to attract many buyers, coming as it does in a classy red as well as basic black. Id...
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