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Yes it will work with the D3200. For more info you can visit http://techexperience.net/go/nikon/
By Amazon Customer on May 5, 2016
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This product does indeed come with the diffuser as well as two colored filters. If you look up an unboxing of the product on youtube you'll see exactly what you would be getting.
By Clayton Ward on June 19, 2012
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Yes, I have used the SB-700 in studio wirelessly with the D-90... works fabulous ! It will work wirelessly on all Nikon DSLR's.... have tried it with entry level models up to the beastly D800. Hopes this helps...it is a great flash !
By Stacey on February 25, 2014
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Will this work on the D5200?
By Casan on September 14, 2014
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Check out this link I found on the Nikon site:
https://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/886/~/d-slr-and-nikon-speedlight-compatibility

By JahJahMan on August 30, 2013
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it does not come with batteries but you can get ether sanyo eneloop or energizer nimh and use them in it I use booth and they work great
By chad on January 30, 2014
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It can be used in manual but you'd be paying a lot for the nikon automated creative lighting system computer powers built into the flash and not using it. If you want a manual flash, you can buy one for $300 less from a no-name brand.
By F. Ong on July 20, 2014
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yes!
By Aliaksandr A. on March 10, 2013
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Can't imagine that it wouldn't.... should work well with any newer Nikon digital SLR... and would even work on older film cameras.
By J. Blume on February 16, 2014
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Hello RCamargo,
Thanks for your interest! Regrettably, it is EZCORP'S policy to not ship outside of the Continuous US. This is because of the loss incurred when packages go through customs, high shipping fees, and damage done to the packages themselves. They found that this happened too frequently and they were losing … see more
Hello RCamargo,
Thanks for your interest! Regrettably, it is EZCORP'S policy to not ship outside of the Continuous US. This is because of the loss incurred when packages go through customs, high shipping fees, and damage done to the packages themselves. They found that this happened too frequently and they were losing too much money. This is why they decided to only ship locally. We apologize again for this inconvenience. see less
Hello RCamargo,
Thanks for your interest! Regrettably, it is EZCORP'S policy to not ship outside of the Continuous US. This is because of the loss incurred when packages go through customs, high shipping fees, and damage done to the packages themselves. They found that this happened too frequently and they were losing too much money. This is why they decided to only ship locally. We apologize again for this inconvenience.

By A seller SELLER on October 15, 2013