Nikon D5300 Digital SLR with 18-55mm VR II Compact Lens Kit – Red (24.2 MP) 3.2 inch LCD

July 9, 2015 - Comment

Self Timer Delay:10 sec, 2sec, 5 sec, 20sec, Additional Features:Direct print, USB 2.0 compatibility, DPOF support, display brightness control, digital image rotation, camera orientation detection, PictBridge support, histogram display, colour control, in-camera red-eye removal, cropping an image, resizing an image, interval shooting mode, highlight point display, in-camera film editing, Active D-Lighting technology, remote live view,

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Self Timer Delay:10 sec, 2sec, 5 sec, 20sec, Additional Features:Direct print, USB 2.0 compatibility, DPOF support, display brightness control, digital image rotation, camera orientation detection, PictBridge support, histogram display, colour control, in-camera red-eye removal, cropping an image, resizing an image, interval shooting mode, highlight point display, in-camera film editing, Active D-Lighting technology, remote live view, Scene Recognition System (SRS), Exif Print support, in-camera RAW processing, automatic display brightness adjustment, built-in GPS, HDR image enhancement technology, Live View Scene Auto Selector, distortion control, perspective control, no anti-aliasing filter, long exposure noise reduction, high ISO speed noise reduction, A-GPS support, remote control via mobile devices, Active D-Lighting bracketing, Continuous Shooting Speed:5 frames per second, Flash Terminal:Hot shoe, Battery Type:Nikon EN-EL14a, Details:1 x Nikon EN-EL14a Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included ), Battery Life Details:Photo shooting – 600 shots, Features:AF illuminator, flash +/- compensation, wireless off-camera control, Camera Flash:Pop-up flash, Flash Modes:Fill-in mode, rear curtain sync, slow synchro, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction, Guide Number (m / ISO 100):13, Connector Type:1 x USB 2.0 ¦ 1 x HDMI output ¦ 1 x composite video/audio output ¦ 1 x microphone, Memory Card Slot:SD card, Width:12.5 cm, Depth:7.6 cm, Height:9.8 cm, Weight:480 g, Resolution:1,037,000 pixels, Display Features:Rotating, Type:3.2″ LCD display, Min Operating Temperature:0 °C, Max Operating Temperature:40 °C, Humidity Range Operating:0 – 85% (non-condensing), White Balance:Custom, automatic, presets, Exposure Modes:Programme, bulb, automatic, manual, aperture-priority, shutt

Product Features

  • Product Type:Digital camera – SLR with Live View mode, movie recording
  • Optical Zoom:3 x
  • Digital Video Format:H.264, MOV
  • AE/AF Control:3D-tracking AF, Auto-area AF, Face-priority AF, Subject-tracking AF
  • Field of View Crop Factor:1.5

Comments

Mohawk "Mohawk" says:

Outstanding VFM 0

DMannio says:

Fabulous camera I admit I am not an expert, but of the several cameras I have used so far, this outshines the rest by some distance. For me, its simply the apparent quality of the photo that matters. I believe the quality here to be significantly better that say the D3200 – although that was also excellent (when used properly) and would be sufficient for most peoples needs. I attached my existing lens to this D5300 (Nikons: 18-70; 18-200; 35mm 1.8; 12-24 etc) and I was immediately (pleasantly) struck by the improvement in picture quality. I can only conclude that this is down to the sensor (along with the dropping of the optical low pass filter) in this camera – definitely a step up in sharpness and colour reproduction; especially a noticeable improvement with my Nikon 12-24 lens. If you can stretch to the D5300, I think it is worth it. I think it only can be the quality of your lens and your ability that will set the limits to your image clarity then. Absolutely 5 star. I don’t really use the wi-fi…

Mr Baz says:

In most ways a solid upper entry DSLR The D5300 is an update to the previous D5200 model, it ‘s not a revolution over the previous model but it is quite well featured in most respects, though for heavy flash users you might want to step up to the D7000/7100 which offer more functionalityIt’s a nice compact body, and a good introduction to photography.A quick summary of the good and weaker areasPros:+ Very good image quality from the 24mp CMOS sensor, no optical low pass filter makes for sharper images with a bit more resolution+ Impressive 39 point AF system with 9 cross type sensors+ Built-in Wi-Fi and GPS+ 3.2″ LCD screen with a meaty 1.04M dots very sharp and clear as well as articulated+ 5fps is quite fast (buffer is about 8-9 shots Raw, about the same jpeg no so big but ok)+ Good full HD movie mode with audio control and mic. input, sharp and clear video (some moire at times though)+ Has MLU (mirror lock up) useful for macro and longer focal…

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