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|Seller Notes:||“Pls Read!!!! Pls Read!!! Pls Read!!!”|
|Features:||Interchangeable Lenses, AF Lock, DPOF Support, Image Stabilization, Date/Time Stamp, Direct Print, AE/FE Lock, Built-in Help Guide, Built-in GPS, Histogram Display, PictBridge Support||Color:||Black|
|Maximum Resolution:||14.2 MP||Series:||Nikon D|
|Brand:||Nikon||Screen Size:||3 in|
|Battery Type:||Lithium-Ion||Country/Region of Manufacture:||Thailand|
|Item Weight:||16 Oz.||Maximum Aperture:||f/5.6|
|The Nikon D3100 SLR black camera is a single lens digital reflex camera that features 14.2 million effective pixels. This density of pixels provides you with crisp image quality. Simply look through the eye-level Penta mirror single-lens reflex viewfinder to line up your perfect shot and snap the picture. The digital D3100 features a dust-reduction system and a picture control system. These systems work together to give you spot-free pictures, which can be customized through a variety of filters. Such filters include monochromatic, landscape, vivid, and standard. Each makes for a drastically different result. You can store images from the Nikon D3100 on an SD, SDHC, or SDXC flash memory card. This makes it easy to take plenty of photos on the go. As an added benefit, this digital camera kit includes an AF-S DX VR lens that's 18-55 millimeters. It's small and lightweight, so it doesn't dramatically add to the overall weight of the camera itself. These lenses also come equipped with a super integrated coating. This coating helps you achieve fantastic color quality and reduce such issues as lens flare and ghosting. The components are comprised of high-quality, extra-low dispersion glass, which is durable and long-lasting. These Nikon D3100 cameras provide you with the means of shooting video in 1080P full HD. All the video you shoot is captured in MPEG-4. The video mode delivers full-time autofocus and complete sound capture. When snapping pictures, a continuous shooting mode is available that allows you to shoot seven FPS, or frames per second. All photos are saved in standard JPEG format. This Nikon bundle comes with a minimum ISO of 100 and a maximum ISO of 3,200. This variation in ISO settings ensures that you're able to snap a natural picture no matter the lighting. The D3100 kit provides you with a myriad of useful features whether you're a beginner or a professional. The full-frame CMOS sensor allows you to take wide photos, ensuring that every detail is captured. A large image sensor is particularly beneficial for landscapes. With an optical zoom of 3x, honing in on the object in your photo is easy to accomplish. This particular Nikon DSLR kit comes with a sleek, black camera body. The rubber grip on the right of the camera body makes it easy to hold. The 3-inch LCD monitor provides you with a one-touch movie capture mode and live view shooting. One of the primary benefits offered with the DS100 kit Nikkor lens is that it offers complete image stabilization. This helps you to achieve a still image even when you don’t have a tripod or a stable position. The six automatic exposure scene modes allow you to tinker with the image results of any photo you take. The mode dial can be turned to several different settings. You can use it for night portrait, landscape, child portrait, macro, sports, and portrait.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||100108089|
|Product Key Features|
|Features||Af Tracking, Interchangeable Lenses, AF Lock, DPOF Support, Image Stabilization, USB 2.0 Compatibility, Scene Recognition System (Srs), Highlight Point Display, Date/Time Stamp, Exif Print Support, Active D-Lighting Technology, Orientation Detection, Brightness Control, LCD Live View Mode, Raw Processing, Red Eye Fix, With Tripod Mount, Cropping an Image, Digital Image Rotation, USB 2.0, Automatic Face Tracking, Direct Print, Text Input to Exif Header, AE/FE Lock, Built-in Help Guide, 1080p Full HD Movie Recording, Built-in GPS, Histogram Display, PictBridge Support|
|Item Weight||16 Oz.|
|Additional Product Features|
|Light Sensitivity MAX||12800|
|MAX Video Resolution||1920x1080|
|Optical Viewfinder Type||Eye-Level Penta-Dach Mirror|
|Focal Length Range||18mm-55mm|
|Exposure Compensation||±5 Ev Range, in 1/3 Ev Steps|
|Min Shutter SPEED||30 Sec|
|Light Sensitivity||Auto, 100-12800|
|Exposure Metering||Center-Weighted, 3d Color Matrix II, SPOT|
|Exposure Modes||Bulb, Manual, Shutter-Priority, I-TTL Program Flash, Automatic, Program, Aperture-Priority|
|Battery Form Factor||Manufacturer Specific|
|MAX Shutter SPEED||1/4000 Sec|
|Digital Video Format||MOV, MPEG-4|
|Lens for Sd||Af-S Dx Vr 18-55mm|
|Additional Features||Af Tracking, Interchangeable Lenses, Built-In Help Guide, Image Stabilization, USB 2.0 Compatibility, Scene Recognition System (Srs), Highlight Point Display, Date/Time Stamp, Exif Print Support, Active D-Lighting Technology, Orientation Detection, Built-In GPS, Brightness Control, LCD Live View Mode, Raw Processing, Red Eye Fix, With Tripod Mount, Cropping an Image, Digital Image Rotation, USB 2.0, Automatic Face Tracking, Direct Print, Ae/Fe Lock, Text Input to Exif Header, 1080p Full HD Movie Recording, Dpof Support, Histogram Display, Af Lock, PictBridge Support|
|White Balance||Fluorescent (Preset), Auto, Flash (Preset), Cloudy (Preset)|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||27-82.5mm|
|Special Effects||Monochrome, Neutral, Landscape, Vivid Audio, Portrait|
|Supported Flash Memory||SDHC Card, SD Card, SDXC Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Card, SD Memory Card|
|Flash Type||Pop-Up Flash|
|Min Operating Temperature||0°C|
|Auto Focus Type||TTL Contrast and Phase Detection|
|Lens Type||Zoom Lens|
|Exposure Range||Ev 0-20 (Iso 100)|
|Dioptric Correction Range||-1.7 to +0.5|
|Continuous Shooting SPEED||3fps|
|Still Image Format||Nef (Raw), JPEG, Raw + JPEG|
|Lens System Features||Silent Wave Motor (Swm) , Aspherical Lens|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR|
|Shooting Programs||Sports Mode, Landscape, Night Portrait, Children, Close-Up, Portrait Mode|
|MAX Operating Temperature||40°C|
|Camera Flash Features||Slow Sync, Flash +/- Compensation, Wireless OFF!-Camera Control, Af Illuminator, Auto Flash, Red-Eye Reduction Flash, Rear Sync Flash, Front Sync Flash, Flash OFF!, Fill-In Flash|
|Screen Details||LCD Display-Tft Active Matrix-3"-Color|
|Flash Modes||OFF! Mode, Fill-In Mode, Rear Curtain Sync, Slow Synchro, Red-Eye Reduction, Auto Mode|
|Lens Filter Size||52mm|
|Expansion Slot||1X SD Memory Card|
|Lens Construction||8 Group(s) / 11 Element(s)|
|Connector Types||1X Hdmi Output, 1X Hawaii-SPEED USB, 1X Composite Video/Audio Output|
|Microphone Operation Mode||mono|
|Focus Adjustment||Manual, Automatic, Autofocus & Manual Focus|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
One of the best entry-level SLRs available
Nikon D3100 jopafavoritus’s review Nikon usually produces very attractive entry-level DSLRs, which are rarely the best specified but wisely designed so that they're easy and enjoyable to shoot with. The D3100 is built around a 14.2 MP CMOS sensor, bringing not only live view but also Full HD video capture to Nikon's entry-level model for the first time. It can only record clips up to about ten minutes long (due to a 4Gb maximum file size limitation shared by all DSLRs), but this still counts as an impressive feature addition at this level. All of this adds up to a DSLR that incorporates all of 2010's 'must have' features but looks like the product of evolution, rather than dramatic innovation. Nikon D3100 Key Features • 14.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor • 3.0" LCD monitor (230,000 dots) • Image sensor cleaning (sensor shake) • 11 AF points (with 3D tracking) • IS0 100-3200 range (12,800 expanded) • HD movies (1080p, 720p or WVGA) PROS • Very good image quality, high ISO performance; a big improvement over the D3000 • Compact, ergonomic and comfortable body • Plenty of manual control • Excellent image quality from the new 14-megapixel CMOS sensor • Good dynamic range • Fine-grained adjustment of color saturation, contrast, sharpness, etc. • Active D-Lighting does a good job of bringing out shadow detail • Good in-camera JPEG engine • Automatic chromatic aberration reduction with all lenses • Optional distortion correction with most Nikkor lenses • Full 1,920 x1,080 HD movies • New continuous AF mode (AF-F) during movies • Good buffer depths for entry-level model • Electronic rangefinder helps with manual focus when using optical viewfinder • Expanded Retouch options • Quiet shutter release mode is great for museums, weddings, and the like • Fast USB transfer speeds • Lots of in-camera raw conversion and post-processing options CONS • Will not focus all Nikon lenses • No bracketing capability • White balance often excessively orange under artificial light • Auto and Incandescent white balance very warm in tungsten lighting • No in-body image stabilization • Doesn't support wireless flash control • No on-demand grid-lines in optical viewfinder • Fixed-position LCD panel • LCD resolution could be better • Buggy Live View / Movie Mode and no phase-detect AF available in Live View mode • Obvious AF drive noise from kit lens picked up by internal mic during movie rec • AF still a little sluggish in live view mode, full-time AF not very effective in live view or movies • No manual exposure control for movies • No external mic jack • Kit lens somewhat soft in the corners wide open, with high geometric distortion at wide-angle • Bundled software is a bit clunky and does not extract any more detail from RAW files • USB and A/V cables not included Conclusion There's no doubt that the D3100 is one of the best entry-level SLRs available, offering very good image quality coupled with speedy operation and straightforward handling at least for conventional eye-level use. The D3100's guide mode is clearly aimed at attracting customers who have only used compact cameras, which makes the ability to offer a similarly fast live view focus and shooting experience a key consideration. However, while the D3100 represents a specification upgrade over a family of cameras we've generally liked, in some respects it has found itself rather out-paced by the market.
Great starter DSLR camera for a good price tag!
This is my first DSLR camera, but I think this is a great starter camera for someone who's interested in photography. That being said, I think I have a pretty good idea about general expectations of DSLRs based on research I've done, so hopefully, you'll find this review helpful if you're comparing DSLR cameras. Here's a rundown of my impressions of the camera, both good and bad: ************Pros: ~ Manual settings (lots included i.e. shutter speed, aperture, exposure) ~ Changeable lenses (1 included) ~ Video capabilities (Nice feature on a low-end DSLR. Can hear sound on video playback on camera. See notes below about video.) ~ Great quality strap included (very sturdy, should hold up should I drop the camera, despite the heaviness of it compared to automatic cameras) ~ Vibration reduction ~ Option for standard view or live screen view ~ Guides in standard view ~ Timer function (with beeping to let you know when it will take the picture)...no options for length though ~ Pop out flash (couldn't find button for it at first, but it does pop out automatically when needed for a picture) ~ Option to add an external flash ~ Guides for manual options explained on camera ************Cons: ~ Larger and heavier than automatic cameras (this is expected with a DSLR, but it's not always convenient to carry because of the size and weight) ~ Few presets compared with automatic cameras (I wish there were a few more, but could be a pro, depending on your needs) ~ No string to keep removable lens cap with camera (I'm concerned I will lose the cap because of this) ~ Not a lot of zoom with the provided lens (not a huge deal since you can change out lenses) ~ Can only video 10 minutes at a time ~ Picture process time is long in live view ~ Some buttons seemed to be in odd places at first (For example, the flash button is on the front while every other camera I've owned has had it on the back or top of the camera near the shutter button. However, the arrangement seems fine once you get used to the placements.) *************Video capability notes: I've read reviews where people have complained about the auto-focus being loud while filming, however, I have not noticed this. I will say that the auto focus does not seem to work well while zooming in and out in my opinion, and I do prefer to manually adjust the focus as I feel that option lends itself to a better end result. *************Despite having been refurbished, I have had no issues with the camera thus far. I'm always a bit wary of buying refurbished products, but Nikon did a great job with the fixes it seems. **************Overall, I think this camera is worth the money. I have been very happy with the results of the pictures I've taken. If you are in the market for lower-end DSLRs, I would consider this one.
excellent entry level dSLR for the money, don't look any further.
I just recently bought this dSLR, and took around 400 shoots in different light conditions. Still learning it, so far I can say I am very pleased. I am glad I chose it over the more expensive D5100, the extra cash will go on equipment. camera body: pros: good build quality - feel very solid in your hand; very good image quality; ISO usable up to 1600 with very low noise; easy accessible commands - on the body as well in the menus using the convenient info button; very cheap for what you get. cons: viewfinder does not cover the whole frame - got to be careful while shooting, unwanted stuff can end up in your photo; no auto EV bracketing - even though it was simple to add in the firmware, low resolution LCD. kit lens: pros: very cheap, decent optics - for the money; usable for macro - even though it is not a macro lens. cons: chromatic aberrations, slow auto-focus - can hunt in low to medium light conditions and on certain colors (green) So in my opinion this lens is holding back the camera, if u can just buy the body and the excellent AF-S 35 mm f/1.8 and u will be thrilled with what this camera can do.
Great camera with great features
This camera is easy to use. Functions perfectly. Exactly what I wanted. And it takes wonderful photos. I would highly recommend this product to anyone.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: quasi098
Love this camera! Shoots clear and crisp. I mostly use manual mode (M) or Program (P), but it is very nice to have to option to switch to Automatic for quick shots where you don't have time to adjust settings and just need a decent shot. I do wish this camera had a microphone in (audio in) port. I am happy with this camera.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: pawn-star1000