The Nikon D3200 would be a good one. The Nikon D5100 you can pick up cheap. It is very user friendly have a help menu and will help you develop your skills. That would be my pick if it was my first DSLR.
I am not new to SLR camera and just got a Pentax k-30 and It's the best. I am so in love with this camera. It was really easy for me to get use to. The manual settings are so easy to find and use compared to my old olympus E410.
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