Back when cameras took pictures on this weird ribbony stuff called film, taking good photos took practice and talent. But as the digital cameras have come of age and their prices fallen from levels requiring the sale of an organ to something more accessible, taking great photos has become easier than ever. Nikon’s new D3100 is no different: a large-format 14 megapixel CMOS sensor means the camera gathers more light per pixel, making shooting in low light situations easier. It’s also Nikon’s first DSLR to shoot full 1080p HD film at 30 fps, making
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