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      The Nikon D3200 is up for sale now in amazon at just Rs 18600

      The Nikon D3200 is up for sale now in amazon at just Rs 18600

      Nikon D3200 At just INR 20600 at Amazon
      The D3200 represents the latest generation of Nikon's entry-level DSLR offering. The camera's headline feature is inevitably the new 24MP CMOS sensor which makes it equal to Sony's Alpha SLT-A65, A77 and NEX-7 in offering the highest pixel count we've yet seen at the APS-C sensor size, and in terms of output resolution, second only to the full-frame professional-grade D800 in Nikon's entire range. More significant than the bare fact of the D3200's pixel count though is that it is available in camera with a starting price of $699 (the same launch price as the D3100 and Panasonic Lumix DMC-C G3, for comparison). The D3200 may not exactly be revolutionary, but it doesn't have to be. It just has to be competitive.

      Pixel-count aside, the changes from the predecessor D3100 are subtle but, with 1080p30 video, a 920k dot LCD and the option to add an affordable Wi-Fi transmitter, there are clear benefits over the D3100's specification. As usual for Nikons at this level, the D3200 doesn't feature a built-in focus motor, and nor does it offer auto exposure bracketing. It also features a simplified version of the Active D-Lighting function that is now common across Nikon's DSLR range.

      Also missing, oddly, are live view in-camera filter effects. Since Olympus introduced its Art Filters to the E-30 back in 2008, processing filters have become increasingly common on most cameras. And, while they're not an essential feature by any means, they're nice to have, especially in a camera at this level. Given that such effects are available in both the higher-level Nikon D5100 and the Coolpix P7100, their absence in the D3200 is unexpected. There is an option to re-process JPEGs, though, and apply several effects including simulated 'miniature' (tilt/shift) and 'selective color'.

      Despite these omissions, the D3200 offers a compelling feature set for a camera in this class. We're especially pleased to see that you even have the option to trigger the shutter with an infrared remote - with the inclusion of sensors on the front and rear of the camera.

      The inexorable rise of the mirrorless camera has undoubtedly put particular pressure on the entry-level end of the large sensor market. The smaller body sizes of mirrorless cameras, combined with their more compact-camera-like operation has helped win over some people who would otherwise have bought a DSLR, as well as drawing people away from high-end compacts. However, entry-level DSLRs still have a lot to offer - not least 'true' continuous autofocus that no mirrorless camera has come close to matching (aside from Nikon's own 1 V1 and 1 J1, which feature smaller 'CX' sensors).

      Although its upgrades aren't necessarily the product of great leaps of ingenuity, the D3200 is a continuation of a carefully evolved - and tailored to suit its market - line of cameras, that has always offered good image quality and performance combined with well thought-out ease-of-use.

      Nikon D3200 specification highlights

      ·         ISO 100-6400 (plus ISO 12,800-equivalent Hi1 setting), 24MP CMOS sensor
      ·         Expeed 3 processing
      ·         3.0", 920k dot screen
      ·         Full HD 1080p30 video (with 25p and 24p options)
      ·         Microphone socket
      ·         Twin IR remote receivers
      ·         4 frame-per-second continuous shooting
      ·         Guide mode

      Wi-Fi option (WU-1a)

      Alongside the D3200, Nikon announced an optional Wi-Fi transmitter for the camera. The WU-1a clips into the USB socket of the D3200 and allows you to broadcast its images to smartphones and tablets running a Nikon app. The unit allows the camera's live view output to be streamed to the smart device and allows images to be shot remotely (at a distance of up to 49ft, but with no control over the camera's settings).

      Initially an app will be available for Android phones and tablets, with an iOS version expected in fall/autumn 2012. We're told the app will allow either full-size or VGA-resolution images to be transferred from the camera, but we have yet to see how long it would take to grab a 24MP image. We would also like to see how securely the unit attaches to the camera, given that it sticks out of the side, and looks like it might be a little easy to dislodge. It also requires the port cover that reaches all the way up the camera's flank to be left hanging open all of the time that it's in use.
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      Apple News Leak: Confirms Massive New iPhone 7 Launch

      Apple News Leak: Confirms Massive New iPhone 7 Launch

      Question: How many new iPhone models does Apple release each year? It used to be one, then two when Apple launched the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. 

      Well now in 2016 it is going to be four… 

      Looking to consolidate his reputation as “the best Apple analyst on the planet”, KGI Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo is at it again. In a research note obtained by MacRumors Kuo has reaffirmed that Apple will indeed release three models of the iPhone 7 this year in addition to the imminent 4-inch ‘iPhone SE’.

      Apple iphone 7
      iPhone 7 concept. Image credit: Marek Weidlich

      Consequently the three iPhone 7 models will be the 4.7-inch iPhone 7, 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus and a new and even more premium model based around (already huge) Plus which some are dubbing the ‘iPhone 7 Pro’. What’s the difference between the Pro (I’ll go with the name for now) and the Plus? A ground breaking camera.

      In fact, I should say groundbreaking ‘cameras’ because Kuo says the iPhone 7 Pro will use a dual-lens camera system created by LinX, an imaging specialist Apple purchased in 2015.

      My fellow Forbes’ contributor Paul Monckton has already broken down LinX technology in detail, but the short version is it promises huge steps forward in speed and low light shots as well as the ability to incorporate a 2-3x optical zoom. The latter is potentially a major differentiator for Apple given the opportunity to build on the success of its ‘Shot on iPhone’ marketing campaign.
      Kuo says LinX dual-lens technology also allows the camera module to be very thin so the iPhone 7 Pro may eliminate the range’s infamous camera bulge.

      But why would Apple consider fragmenting its iPhone range just to put a better camera into a third iPhone 7 model? Why not equip all iPhone 7 models with the technology or, if it must be split, offer it in the Plus and not the standard iPhone 7? After all there’s a precedent there. The iPhone 6 and 6S already lag behind the iPhone 6/6S Plus cameras due to their lack of optical image stabilisation (OIS).

      Kuo states the reason for making the third model simply comes down to supply constraints. Apple can’t produce the LinX camera modules in enough quantity so it will create a third smartphone just to get the technology to the market in more limited quantities.

      And it is this last detail which, for me, raises questions.

      Brilliance Or Madness?

      Some may think a third super premium iPhone 7 is a great idea which allows Apple to cash in, but personally I think fragmenting the iPhone line is a bad idea and something Apple should avoid at all costs. With the iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus (and potentially ongoing sales of the iPhone 5S) there’s already enough variety and an iPhone 7 Pro would only serve to confuse customers.
      So why is Apple doing it? It must think either a) LinX technology is so impressive customers need to see it and be blown away, or b) it will cover for limitations in Apple’s standard camera technology which fell behind Samsung’s Galaxy S6, especially as the gap is about to widen further with the Galaxy S7.

      Iphone 7 concept model
      LinX dual, trio and quad lens systems beside an iPhone dual camera mock-up. Image credit: SiliconWadi

      If it is the latter and Apple already knows its high volume, more conventional camera technology in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus can’t match the Galaxy S7 then perhaps Apple feels it needs a limited edition flagship which can match or even surpasses Samsung’s efforts and become the posterchild for marketing.

      Of course the other angle is Kuo is simply wrong. But given over the last 18 months he broke news of the radical 12-inch MacBook, iPad Pro (including launch), the shift to 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screen sizes with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and nailed every major feature of the iPhone 6S four months ahead of its launch this seems unlikely.

      Article Credit (Original Author): Gordon Kelly
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