Nikon D3200 Slow Motion Test Video in 60fps and camera review.
A few months ago I got the new entry level DSLR Nikon D3200. For an amateur camera it is a pretty nice piece of kit. Especially at the current price. If you would like to get into photography and change your old little compact camera for something of a better quality then get the D3200.
It boasts a large 24 Megapixel sensor – by far the largest in amateur equipment, video recording in Full HD at 30fps and 720p at 60fps – so you can have a bit of fun with slow motion videos.
I know, I’m not the best in video editing, still learning, so my video might be a bit jumpy, but it does show pretty well that you can achieve quite good results for your money. Apparently, camera and video geeks around the world, including myself, love test videos like this one because over 6 thousand of them had viewed my clip over the last 4 months (from August till November 2012).
I only just started learning Final Cut Pro in order to work properly with 60fps videos. When I made this clip with my friend, just for fun, I only knew how to use iMovie on my Mac and that does not support 60fps. I guess that is why the video isn’t best quality and probably I have not shown the real slow motion you can achieve. I shall upload a revised version sometime soon. If only there were more than 24 hours in a day…
Enjoy and let me know if you made your own little test like mine. Happy to put them up on my blog.