The D3200, which is going to succeed the previous D3100 and D3000 models, is going to feature a 24MP sensor, 11 AF points, 4 fps continuous, 100-6400 ISO range with hi-ISO of 12800, and Wi-Fi connectivity. Plus, the D3200 is expected to have built-in functions for retouching and editing photos.
And that’s not all! Nikon may also reveal the WU-1a Wi-Fi module and a few lenses: the AF-S DX 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, 16-85mm DX, and 28mm f/1.8G FX. The WU-1a will reportedly enable the D3200 to transfer photos to a smartphone — even without a Wi-Fi network.
If the rumors are true, the official Nikon press releases for these new products should be posted on Wednesday for US readers, maybe right around midnight. Stay tuned.