Shoot stunning portraits and landscapes with this DSLR bundle, which pairs a powerful 14MP camera with two versatile lenses
Nikon D3100 digital camera
Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II lens
Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED lens
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Nikon D3100 DSLR Kit
This camera bundle includes everything you need to snap great photos in any situation. The compact and lightweight camera body packs a powerful image sensor that takes detail-rich photos and HD video, while the included lenses give you plenty of magnifying power for capturing close-ups and panoramic landscapes alike.
Detail-Packed Photo and Video
Every shot is sharp and vibrant thanks to this DSLR’s large 14.2MP image sensor, which also shoots 1080p Full HD video for home movies that look spectacular on HDTV.
Lenses for Every Occasion
Whether you’re shooting portraits, landscapes, or distant wildlife, the lenses included with this kit have you covered. The 18–55mm lens is ideal for taking nearby and casual snapshots, while the 55–200mm lets you zoom in on far away details.
The product itself is great; I am really enjoying the ability to take long-range pictures with good resolution. Having two lenses is awesome! My only complaint is that I was not expecting the camera to be red. There was no indication anywhere that I recall, and not in any of the descriptions I've seen since that it would be red. The picture was of a black camera. I think that's very misleading. Some people would love getting a red camera; I would have preferred a black one. I think you should have made it an option when ordering. Fortunately, the color doesn't affect it's picture-taking abilities. :)
The camera performs quite well, especially for entry level DSLR (a backup body for my D7100), but the bundled lenses are the non-VR versions (no image stabilization). I plan to sell them, anyway, but market value of lenses is far less than the VR versions, and they are far less useful to someone who plans to use them than the VR lenses. Nikon hasn't made these since the days of the D40 (2005?).
Very dissatisfied. Sadly, I had to return The product because it was damaged. The camera monitor had a 3cm scratch on it. The command dial which is the most important button was not working. In addition, the camera did not bring a user manual.