Nikon D3300 Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm VR II Lens Kit – Black (24.2MP) 3.0 inch LCD

May 5, 2015 - Comment

Product Features Capture detailed photos and Full HD movies with the powerful 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor Features Nikon’s new EXPEED 4 image processor and a light sensitivity range of up to ISO 12,800 to capture the finest detail even in dark situations Weighing just 410 grams (Body only) and boasting a much smaller, retractable 18-55mm

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Product Features

  • Capture detailed photos and Full HD movies with the powerful 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor
  • Features Nikon’s new EXPEED 4 image processor and a light sensitivity range of up to ISO 12,800 to capture the finest detail even in dark situations
  • Weighing just 410 grams (Body only) and boasting a much smaller, retractable 18-55mm VR kit lens, the lightweight D3300 makes it more comfortable than ever to carry a Digital SLR
  • Easy to use D-Movie function can capture Full HD movie footage at frame rates up to 50/60p
  • Guide mode gives step-by-step instructions and sample images to help you capture exactly the kind of photos and movies you want

Comments

Mr Baz says:

Good value entry level DSLR a few things to consider though The D3300 is a minor update to the D3200, it does offer most of what a new user might be looking for, or a decent choice for someone moving up from a bridge or compact camera, wanting to expand their photography knowledgeIt’s also easy to use and learn on.There are a few limitations though compared to higher priced bodies, which I will go into later on. This won’t matter to many users, but they are worth a mentionA quick summary of the notable strong and weaker points of the cameraPros:+ Excellent image quality from the 24mp sensor, good dynamic range too. Nikon removed the optical low pass filter this increases the resolution a bit, you can shoot RAW and JPEG+ 11-point AF system with central cross sensor is quite good enough at this price point+ Nicely made and a smaller more compact size for a DSLR, quite comfy in the hand+ Fairly well featured for an entry DSLR, has most of what you might want to start off with (bear…

dtoombes says:

Great camera….. 0

Reviewer says:

Beats the competition Having originally gone for a Canon 1000D four years ago, I grew increasingly frustrated with the very poor image quality, so I’ve sold all my Canon kit and have switched to Nikon’s D3300. I am a beginner photographer/astro-photographer.This is an entry level or upper entry level camera which outcompetes Canon’s alternatives in the form of the 1200D and 100D. Although slightly bigger than the 100D which was marketed as the world’s smallest DSLR, you wouldn’t really think so if the cameras were put side by side. In terms of image quality, you get 24mp versus 18mp resolution in those two other models, but on top of this the sensor gives you 35% more image quality, 11% more colour depth, over DOUBLE the low light ISO sensitivity (half your exposure time), and 14% more dynamic range (an image shows a greater range of light levels rather than everything either dark or light). Check Dxomark scores, which are lab tests done on cameras in a controlled environment using high tech…

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