Nikon D3300 Review


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Photography is a great way of showing your creativity and there are tons of people who are a part of this industry whether they treat it just as a hobby or their career. But being a photographer isn’t all about having a keen eye for creativity and uniqueness. It also is influenced by the quality of gear and equipment. That’s not to say that having a high end DSLR is all there is to photography but having a decent camera with various functions sure is a good thing.

When it comes to cameras, owning a mid to low range camera and utilizing all its functions is better than having a top-of-the-line DSLR with no idea how to use its features. Nikon D3300 is one of those DSLRs that is not only suitable for amateur photographers but it’s also the best deal for entry level photographers who are just exploring their potential as a photographer.

Pixel count, Quality and Size

Nikon D3300 comes with an impressive set of features when compared to its competitors. Its overall size and weight is very reasonable. It delivers high pixel count, great image and video quality, and the resulting pictures have great amount of detail (for an entry level camera).

Burst Mode and Battery life

The burst mode in Nikon D3300 is amazing and is one of the things to consider before buying it. And don’t forget its amazing battery time that will last up to 700 shots.

Guide Mode and User Interface

The easy to use interface and design when combined with its Guide Mode is what makes it the best for entry level photographers. It is extremely user friendly and you will have no trouble in figuring out how to use it. A must have for people who are just getting into the photography.

Fixed LCD, No touch-screen and No Wi-Fi

Although it has a very decent LCD but that fact that the LCD is fixed might be bothersome. Also, there is no touch screen so that is something that you should consider as well. The connectivity options are a bit limited as well considering there aren’t any Wi-Fi options for Nikon D3300.

Features

  • 88 x 3.86 x 2.99 inches
  • 460 grams weight
  • 2MP camera
  • APS-C CMOS sensor
  • Fixed 3.0″ 921k-dot LCD
  • ISO 100-12800 (expandable to 25600)
  • 11-point AF (1 cross-type)
  • 5 fps burst/continuous shooting
  • 1080 60p HD video
  • Battery life of 700 shots

 

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Verdict

All in all, Nikon D3300 is a pretty decent camera that is suitable for mid-low range photographers that are looking to polish their photography skills a little bit. It certainly is very affordable which is a huge plus for people with limited budgets. If you are looking for an entry level camera then don’t forget to check Nikon D3300 in the markets.

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