Pressing the info button with cycle through a series of display options when using Live View: show photo indicators -> show movie indicators -> hide indicators -> framing grid -> (back to show movie indicators.
I didn't see any Menu option to turn on On-Demand Grid Lines in the viewfinder, as there are on other Nikon DSLRs. (I don't have a D3200.)
#4. "RE: Rule of thirds" In response to Reply # 3 Thu 07-Feb-13 01:33 AM by jeffcs
I have a feeling your talking about the "B" screen generally used for archaical photography. This screen is used to line up tall buildings when using a "PC" lens so the building stands up streight in the image
Note this screen is only available on the upper prosumer or pro bodies And it is accessed in the menu of said bodies
Skyco Roanoke Island, US Nikonian since 12th Mar 2012
Sat 09-Feb-13 03:32 AM
#5. "RE: Rule of thirds" In response to Reply # 0 Sat 09-Feb-13 03:36 AM by Skyco
>How to bring up the "Rule of Thirds" grid on Nikon >D3200 please.
I agree with Joseph K - use the focus points - and with practice you will learn to see the "Rule of Thirds" without a grid. And occasionally one can break the rules - but be very careful and intentional about that.
I used the focus points on a D3100 to maintain a level horizon - especially important over wide bodies of water.
"Humans don't rise to the occasion. Instead, we fall to our level of training and experience". Archilochus, a Greek soldier and poet. The best photo advice I ever received was at a John Shaw workshop. "... Practice your craft... ... Pixels are free...Practice... experiment with your camera".