NIKON D3200 PICTURE AND VIDEO EXHIBIT
The D3200 is more than capable of taking photos in any lighting condition with desirable results. Unlike a point-and-shoot taking photos with high ISO, the D3200 is able to produce useable low-light hand held snapshots.
Auto f/3.5, 1/15. ISO 1100 handheld:
Using a tripod we can take a look at the quality the D3200 produces taking long shutter photos. One negative comment about the D3200, a mode that should exist but doesn’t, is ‘exposure bracketing’. It takes two or more photos in different exposures automatically that at a later time can be combined together to create an HDR image. You can do this manually, but you have to touch the camera potentially wrecking the original composition and alignment of the images.
Manual f/10, 30”, ISO 100, 18-55mm 55mm:
Some of the details are a full kilometer away at 100% crop:
f/4.5, 4″, ISO 100, 24mm:
Manual f/3.5, 30″ ISO 1600, 18mm: