Nikon D3200 24.2MP DSLR w/ 18-55mm Lens

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Nikon D3200 24.2MP DSLR w/ 18-55mm Lens
Price: $374.99
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4/19/2015 - $374.99 - Click To See Discussion (16 comments)

To save folks the inevitable it’s cheaper at XXX.com, please note, those are grey market cameras that are imports that you can not get repaired by Nikon.

This is about $70 cheaper than anywhere else I was able to find online that had a warranty. (It’s ~$446 everywhere else for this model)

Woot had this a week or two ago, and I bought it then.

This is about to be 2 generations old…

So? I still use my D300 (semi-pro body) as my main Digital SLR, and I find no need to upgrade. The D3200, as an example, has a better image quality overall, but the D300 has better: build, AF performance, speed, buffer size, control system and, arguably (depending on your chosen glass), balance. Upper limit on ISO is a little irritating as well, but the point is, it’s still a great camera body after all these years.

If you’re a good photographer, you don’t need the absolute bleeding edge and the most pixels. You’ll get fantastic results with quality equipment regardless.

I still have my old Nikon FE-2 and an old Canon AE-1 Program. Getting the film developed (or getting darkroom time) can be problematic, but boy, are they fun to shoot with and give great results.

This is a good deal on this amateur/beginner camera body. If you enjoy photography, go for it.

I definitely agree with this. I would also add that this would be a great camera to take if you were going on vacation somewhere. You would be bummed if it got stolen, but not nearly as upset as if you paid $2000 for the latest and greatest. I have an old D80 that I use all the time still, and I am still as happy with it as the day I bought it.

I just bought one. Yesterday I was asked to shoot some photos at work, so last night I when looking for my D700 and lens, I could not find them, after an hour I called a friend and I had left the case in Mexico, so I did 150 miles last night and this morning to get my D700 and get back to work. I was thinking that next time WOOt had one, I would pick it up, so I will now have a second body/lens.

Great timing

Yes, the 3200 is now a D700, but I can do 98% of the stuff, just not use all the old lens

Great timing