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  1. Richard D

    Nikon D3200

    You'll probably have to manually meter, but the joy of digital is you can experiment for free. If you want metering you'll need the 'X'00 series (pretty inexpensive used for the older models, and they're built to last).
  2. Richard D

    Nikon D3200

    The entry-level Nikons normally need chipped lenses to operate. You may want to look at a used D200, D300 or D600 etc.