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The choice between Nikon D3200 vs D90-which to choose?

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Good morning community.

Long wanted to start up photography and now that moment has come. But as held a DSLR just a couple or three times, about understand how to work with it. As for the choice here, I ran into a wall. After gugleniya and watching a heap of different reviews picked 2 models from Nikon it
1. NIKON D3200 KIT (18-55 VR)
2. NIKON D90 KIT (18-55mm VR)

If you have alternative suggestions of other brands within 750$(23 022,375), I'll be grateful to go to Google them too.

Thank you.
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Good morning, I shoot on a D90. For comparison read snapsort.com/compare/Nikon-D3200-vs-Nikon_D90
Based on these data, the model 3200 wins in the important ways: better at keeping noise at high iso, the best DD well, and the list goes on. In defense of the D90 I want to say that this iconic camera of its time, do not lose relevance to this day. Convenient wheels iso setting and shutter speed, an excellent screen from the top, the AF motor so you can take more cheap lenses without AF motor.
So I advise to take a carcass without a lens, 18-55 mildly very mediocre lens, which can spoil the impression about the camera, it is better to take fixed poltinik, no zoom, but the picture is quite different. So I advise to pay attention on Canon 60D, very good camera.
In General, go to the store and hold them in your hands, one that "lies" in that your =)
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You, as a beginner it's much simpler to start with the 3200, the camera easier to handle, there is a built-in hint system, that is, one will not. Later, a good take pictures of her, gaining experience and knowledge, understand what factors hinder your development and choose a worthy replacement.
D90 camera is, of course, legendary, but legendary is good for collecting. Picture it will get much worse than 3200. The only advantage of the D90 is the ability to work with AF lenses maintaining autofocus. But you, as a beginner it's now little interest. Not looking for cheap lenses that then they gather dust on a shelf or have made you think how to sell them. When there is a recognized need in a particular AF-lens, you likely will be a different, more advanced camera (like the new NIKON D7100).
As the first lens advised to take AF-S 35/1.8, which is more versatile than the above mentioned fifty dollars, and the picture quality of many other glass will give a head start. Furthermore, the lack of zoom will cause more to think and move when you build the frame.
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For a start, suggest TS to take the cheaper camera. Perhaps even from the hands of someone familiar. Already, at least for those not to bite then elbows, if you're not going.
About "D3200 shoots better than the D90" is just nonsense) Removes the man — the rest of the details. Just yesterday looked at the exhibition chetyrehlistnyj the shot on a prototype camera Panasonic latest the then SD-card. And nothing the great.
The fix, as the only lens is too silly, especially because it is not clear that the TC wants to remove. I would take the versatile 18-105VR, good money is small, comes in a kit with the D90, and sometimes younger. And then, having got the hand, the TC will not come here, a specialized forum, and holivar will raise there)
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I always take the simplest carcass from the line. The first was the d40. Recently bought a d3100 for $330 — very angry. Better glass something interesting to purchase, it will last 10 years easily, and the carcass is still new want after a couple years.
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Bird on a higher level just reduces the chances to screw up the frame for those who know how to use extra stuff. Image quality varies slightly, unless you compare DX and FX models.
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Of the above options, the d90 can only advise those who have experience and non-motorised optics. And so, of course d3200.
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D90 is much more convenient in terms of management, it said. On the topic of working with ISO and noise — while reading many articles on the Internet can be a very important parameter. If you do not go to remove night clubs and other not very bright places, believe me, it is not necessary to look at ISO. It was my first camera (D90), after a week of use was shot on manual mode, and soared, so if you take the time to learn something about the experience as written above you, you can forget. In General, I would take a D90 18-105. The lens he good. About screen — support with both hands.
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Now for the cons. Both chambers of the disgusting separation. Colour — the most miserable, see online examples such as on 35photo in the equipment. Alas, it is a payment for high performance the ISO or good colors, or noise matrix, one of two in this price range (up to 80 000 p.) Profiles is not corrected, because it is impossible mathematically.
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I will add my two cents about the fix: the coin is a magical thing. But for the budding photographer to start with the coin (and indeed with the fix) will be complicated. No wonder 18-55 is called "whale": for most scenes it will fit well. Shoot in the summer on Keith, I'm sure the photos will please you, some may disappoint, but you learn from mistakes, be sure to analyze the error. And after half a year, to the Golden autumn, you can buy new optics, while understanding why it is and what you personally give.
From experience: wearing the first time fifty dollars, I didn't know what to do. How to remove? All the time the hand reaches for the zoom ring, the frames are built some tight, nothing in the frame does not climb. Now I much prefer to shoot on fixes, making the zoom with their feet, especially when shooting portrait. Even having a zoom 24-70 70 put and move himself, by choosing view, no torsion of the ring. It is convenient!
Good stuff, good buy!
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