- 1 How old is a Nikon D3100?
- 2 Is Nikon D3100 still worth buying?
- 3 How much was the Nikon D3100 when it first came out?
- 4 Is Nikon D3100 discontinued?
- 5 Does a Nikon D3100 shoot video?
- 6 Does Nikon D3100 have WIFI?
- 7 What is the shutter count on a Nikon D3100?
- 8 Is a Nikon D3100 a full frame camera?
- 9 What kind of memory card does a Nikon D3100 use?
- 10 How do I transfer photos from my Nikon D3100 to my computer?
How old is a Nikon D3100?
The Nikon D3100 is a 14.2-megapixel DX format DSLR Nikon F-mount camera announced by Nikon on August 19, 2010. It replaced the D3000 as Nikon’s entry level DSLR.
Is Nikon D3100 still worth buying?
Is the Nikon D3100 a good starting camera? Yes, it still is. It’s very much an entry-level digital SLR aimed at those desiring a cost-effective camera who are brand new photographers entirely foreign to digital photography.
How much was the Nikon D3100 when it first came out?
The Nikon D3100 shipped in the USA from mid-September 2010, in a kit that includes an AF-S NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lens with optical image stabilization. The Nikon D3100 has an estimated selling price of US$699.95.
Is Nikon D3100 discontinued?
Please note that the Nikon D3100 has been replaced by the Nikon D3200.
Does a Nikon D3100 shoot video?
Nikon D3100 Video Recording. For the first time in a Nikon digital SLR, the D3100 can offer live autofocus during video recording. It also offers Full HD (aka 1080p) high definition video capture, ensuring that D3100 videos will look their best even on the latest high-def displays.
Does Nikon D3100 have WIFI?
Nikon has only just starting building Wi-Fi capability into its cameras (the new Nikon D5300), but Wi-Fi capability has been available for a while in the form of the WU-1a adaptor. The Nikon D3200 and D3300 are both WU-1a compatible, but the D3100 is not.
What is the shutter count on a Nikon D3100?
Shutter life ratings differ across cameras, ranging from 50 000 shots for entre-level models to 500 000 actuations for some professional cameras. For the D3100, Nikon claims a shutter life expectancy of 100 000 actuations.
Is a Nikon D3100 a full frame camera?
Yes, the D3100 is a cropped sensor. Officially it’s “APS-C” size. A full frame lens will work perfectly well on this sensor, but your field of view will be approximately 75 percent of what you see on a full frame, or put another way, focal length will appear to be about 150 percent of what you’re used to on full frame.
What kind of memory card does a Nikon D3100 use?
The D3100 takes 3 types of memory cards… SD – Up to 4GB worth of images and video. SDHC – Up to 32GB worth of images and video. SDXC – Up to 128GB (currently) worth of images and video.
How do I transfer photos from my Nikon D3100 to my computer?
One way is to connect a USB cable (one came with your camera) between the port on the side of your camera and your computer’s USB port and use Nikon Transfer-2 software or simply copy and paste the photo files from your camera to a folder on your desktop.