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Pentax K-50 vs Nikon D3200

Pentax K-50 vs Nikon D3200, Pentax K-50 features 16Mp sensor, ISO range upto 51200,  SAFOX IXi+ AF system utilizes 11 focus points, including nine cross-type sensors, polycarbonate-covered camera body that is supported by a stainless steel chassis, on the other hand Nikon D3200 features 24.2MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor, Up To ISO 12800 and plastic body, take a look at the major difference below and share your thoughts with us.


Sensor:

Nikon D3200 features 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor, Max ISO limited to 12800.
Pentax K-50 features 16.3 megapixel APS-C-sized CMOS sensor and low-light sensitivity to ISO 51200.

AF System: Both features 11-points AF system.
Pentax K-50 features better shutter range and fast continuous shooting speed compared to Nikon D3200.

In-Camera Image Stabilization

Pentax’ sensor-shift type shake reduction image stabilization helps to minimize the appearance of camera shake when working with longer lenses in dim lighting conditions by up to the equivalent of three to four shutter speed steps.

Weather-Sealed Body Design
Pentax K-50 features weather-sealed polycarbonate body with stainless steel chassis that enables to use K-50 in a wide variety of conditions, ranging from rain and humidity to snow and frigid temperatures

Verdict: Based on Specification Comparison review we recommend you to buy Pentax K-50

Price / Buying options |
Pentax K-50 available at $700+ at Amazon | B&H
Nikon D3200 available at approx $500+ at Amazon | B&H | Amazon UK

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