Nikon D3100 Digital SLR Camera Body (Kit Box) No Lens Included - International Version (No Warranty)
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- Megapixels: 14.2 MegapixelsSensor Type: CMOS Sensor Zoom: 11.0 X Optical Camera Features: Automatic Image Sensor Cleaning, Full Manual Operation, Vibration Reduction Technology, 1080p HD Movie Recording, Live View, Auto Scene SelectorFlash Features: Slow-Sync Flash, Flash Cancel, Auto On/Off, Rear-Curtain Sync, Pop-Up Flash, Red-Eye Reduction, Fill-In Flash Display Size: 3.0 "ISO Equivalent: 100 - 3200Battery Required, included: 1 lithium ion non-universal Weight: 16.0 Oz.Warranty: 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
- Nikon D3100 D-SLR Digital Camera Body
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|Continuous Shooting Speed||3.00||7||—||—||3|
|Screen Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||2.5 inches|
|Focus Type||automatic_only||Automatic with Manual||Depth From Defocus||—||Automatic with Manual|
|Item Dimensions||3.78 x 4.88 x 2.93 inches||4.88 x 2.95 x 3.78 inches||4.69 x 5.13 x 3.71 inches||4.92 x 3.78 x 3.01 inches||4.61 x 6.57 x 12.01 inches|
|Item Weight||1.00 lbs||1.30 lbs||1.36 lbs||1.11 lbs||1.64 lbs|
|Max Resolution||14 megapixels||14.2||18.1 megapixels||24.7 megapixels||10.75|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||14.2 megapixels||14.2 megapixels||18.9 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||10.2 megapixels|
|Photo Sensor Size||APS-C||APS-C||1/2.3-inch||APS-C||APS-C|
|Style||Body Only||18-55mm VR Lens||FZ80||—||D60 w/ 18-55 VR Lens|
|Video Capture Resolution||FHD 1080p||FHD 1080p||4K UHD 2160p||FHD 1080p||—|
|Wireless Communication Technology||EyeFi||EyeFi||BuiltIn; 802.11b/g/n||—||—|
Nikon D3100 Digital SLR Camera Body (Kit Box) No Lens Included
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has plenty options to take very nice pictures .
Lens, battery and accessories were interchangeable so this helped a lot . Pictures still turn out beautiful since the same lens
is being used .
If your not a professional photographer then this works great without the extra expense .
I'm using this camera as a lightweight backup to my D300 and D700. Great camera when I don't want to carry the extra weight of the pro cameras.
A couple caveats about the D3100 (I would have given the camera five stars otherwise).
1) It will only autofocus with the newer AF-S type lenses that have a built in motor. The older AF-D (screwdriver type) will work but won't autofocus. (There is a very useful rangefinder focus aid available in the menu options if you use manual focus).
2) For some reason Nikon removed the wireless remote capability from this camera. A little annoying but not a big deal because there are aftermarket options available if you need this feature.
The D3100 is no longer manufactured. The current model in this class is the D3300.
It takes very nice HD video. It is limited to 10 minutes but when you think about it thats a pretty long video.
I'm glad I bought it!
Scratched up. I don't know if it's from being used or from how poorly packaged it was lol.
I should expect that with free shipping, though.
It has no SD card, but that's cool. Obviously it came with no lens, I knew that before I purchased.
It looks pretty beat and used up.
At least it came with a strap though lmao
I feel like I got what I paid for though not gonna lie.
The D3100 is a great body; unfortunately one lens I have the Nikkor 50mm F/1.8 AF lens does not autofocus since this body needs the AF-S lenses but otherwise our existing investment in glass is preserved.
The unit is smaller and lighter than the D70s was and the improved picture quality is very noticeable.
The Ken Rockwell site still recommends this model unless you're a professional, I'm glad I followed his recommendation.
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What I wanted?
I am a member of a local camera club. I love taking photos but, lack the time to improve my skills. I needed a camera that would give me the scope to improve my skills. This one goes one better and with it's guide mode, helps me to learn the right choices to make when deciding on manual settings. I wanted a camera with a more extensive range of manual settings than my D60. I wanted a camera that would take great pictures. I wanted a camera that would perform well in all sorts of conditions and at taking different types of photos. I wanted Live View. For occasional use, I wanted the ability to record HD video. I wanted a camera that I could just stick on auto and that would still take great pictures, if I couldn't be bothered or didn't have the time to think about settings.
What I didn't want?
I didn't need a really high resolution as I would rarely want to print larger than A4. I didn't want that latest model - just one that met my requirements. I didn't want a camera that was too large as I only have small hands.and I wanted to be happy carrying it around everywhere with me.
And most importantly, I didn't want to spend lots of money - I wanted to choose / buy my own zoom lens and I was working to a budget of less than £500.00 for both. I purchased this camera (body only) and a Tamron zoom lens with macro functionality. My spend came in at around £423.00 for both. Bargain!!!
That brings me to the D3100 here. It is based around the same sort of design as the previous camera in the series but includes a number of enhancements including video recording, something I've not had since I first switched to Nikon all those years ago. The layout of the camera is much the same as its predecessor except for the addition of a second release switch which is used to set, start and stop the video recording. The down side here is that you can record up to 10 minutes at a time, but the quality is pretty good overall. Like the D3000 and the D40, it uses the same sort of lens (I use various Sigma lenses here including the Sigma DG 18-200mm which is a great lens and a lot cheaper than the comparable Nikon brand) so if you are changing from a D40 or a D3000, you don't need to change lenses. The other difference, however, is the battery. While you could pretty much swap batteries between the D40 and D3000 (there was an issue there on the D40 but there is a firmware fix available), the D3100 uses an EN-EL14 which is totally different (I'm not keen on the charger design!) A couple of other functions, including single/multi shot, timed shot and so forth are now on an external switch as well which has its advantages.
As an entry level camera or a DSLR on a budget camera, I can't recommend this highly enough!
Nice clear crisp photo’s and easy to use.
Absolutely happy with the camera in any regard.
I would recommend this camera to all keen amateur photographers, as it's easy to use and provides beautiful results.
Not suitable for professionals, but they will know that anyway.:)
Sie hat niemals die schärfsten Bilder geschossen aber für Anfänger ist sie optimal. Nach und nach habe ich mir noch 2 weitere Objektive geholt und ich kann nur empfehlen, sich nicht weiter mit dem Standard 18-55mm Objektiv herumzuärgern.
In naher Zukunft werde ich mir ein neueres Model holen, da die D3100 mir schon lange genug gedient hat und es mal Platz für etwas neues ist. Im Vergleich zu meinem Jugend-Ich kann ich mir jetzt etwas besseres leisten. :)
Also für Anfänger, kann ich diese Kamera wärmstens empfehlen. Vorallem, da man sie mittlerweile für unter 200€ bekommen kann.