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Nikon D3300 24.2 Mp Cmos Digital Slr With Auto Focus-S Dx Nikkor 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6g Vr Ii Zoom Lens

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Nikon D3300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR with Auto Focus-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Zoom Lens (Black)

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  • 24.2 MP CMOS DX format sensor
  • 5 frames per second continuous shooting
  • 11 AF points with 3d tracking
  • ISO 100 12800 (expandable to 25600)
  • 1080 (60, 50, 30, 25, 24 fps) hd video (mpeg 4/h.264/MOV).the d3300's 11 point autofocus system locks onto your subjects as soon as they enter the frame and stays with them until you catch the shot you want.
  • 3 inch LCD with 921,000 dots; Lens Compatibility at a Glance; AF S Lens required for auto focus ; Optical Zoom 3x

Buy Now : Nikon D3300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR with Auto Focus-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Zoom Lens (Black)

Brand : Nikon
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,DSLR Cameras
Rating : 4.7
Review Count : 1006

nikon d3300 24 2 mp cmos digital slr with auto focus s dx nikkor 18 55mm f3 5 5 6g vr ii zoom lens black
nikon d3300 24 2 mp cmos digital slr with auto focus s dx nikkor 18 55mm f3 5 5 6g vr ii zoom lens black
nikon d3300 24 2 mp cmos digital slr with auto focus s dx nikkor 18 55mm f3 5 5 6g vr ii zoom lens black

Nikon D3300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR with Auto Focus-S DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Zoom Lens (Black)

  • I bought this camera because it is compatible with the Nikon SnapBridge app, unfortunately it is only compatible with a wireless adapter. Aside from that tho this is a very user friendly camera that has been out for a while with tons of tips and tricks available all over the internet to help you have a great shooting experience. I highly recommend.
  • It\'s been a long time since I\'ve bought myself a new camera, and I wanted something a step up from the super-zoom bridge cameras I\'ve been using. I purchased the D3300, and I\'m happy with my decision. The camera comes with the usual set of accessories, and an Auto Focus-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Zoom Lens. The camera itself seems well built despite being largely rubberized plastic. The tripod mount is thankfully made from metal. The 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Lens is pretty good for a kit lens. Again there\'s a lot of plastic on the outside, but it has very good glass as I\'m having very good results with it. Together with the camera, it\'s a fairly lightweight combo for a DSLR. The camera is on the small side which I consider a positive thing. It has good ergonomics, and the controls are laid out well. I\'m still getting used to the Nikon menus, and fine tuning the settings. After charging the battery which took little over an hour, I took several dozen pictures and some HD video using the default camera settings just to get an idea what kind of results to expect. I shot in Program Mode and JPEG (Fine). For the most parts the results ranged from excellent to good. Shots taken outside in good lighting conditions were excellent all around. Colors were vibrant and accurate. Reds were slightly exaggerated, but only slightly and no big deal to me. Also all the pictures seemed a little \"soft\" to me. This was easily corrected/improved though by bumping up the camera\'s Sharpness Setting a couple of steps. Changing it from the default +3 to +5 (on a scale of 0 to +9) made the pictures look much better. So far that\'s the only change I\'ve need to make to be almost totally satisfied with my outdoor results. My indoor/poor lighting pictures are a work in progress. By no means were my results poor though. They were actually pretty good, but I know there\'s room for improvement. Even using the default settings though, the results surpassed anything my bridge cameras produce. I\'m still learning how to get the best results with my new Nikon D3300, but the fact it can still produce good results right out of the box tells me things will only get better. As for my video results, they were very good too. I actually have little interest in taking video with this camera, as it isn\'t the reason I purchased it. But I wanted to test it anyway. HD Video was clear and smooth using a very fast 633x 32GB SDHC UHS-I/U3 Card. I believe people planning on using it for video taking will be happy with it. Finally, the battery life seems very good too. I took over 200 pictures with and without the flash on, and several videos. I\'ve also spent a lot of time with the screen on messing around in the menus. The battery is still showing about 25% left. I\'m sure under normal usage I could get over 500 shots on a single charge. Here is a summary of the Pro\'s and Con\'s that I\'ve found so far with the Nikon D3300. I\'ve also attached a low light/no flash ISO 800 picture to show the camera can still take good pictures even in poor lighting conditions.Pro\'s:Price.Excellent image and video quality.Small and lightweight.Well built.Very good kit lens with image stabilization.Easy to use.Good battery life.Auto Mode works well for novices.Cons:Only has 3 resolutions and 1 aspect ratio (4:3).A lot of plastic.No in-camera battery charging.Fixed non-touch LCD screen.WiFi requires an external adapter.
  • As far as I\'m concerned, this is not a complete review because I\'ve got considerably more to learn about the camera. However, some comments at this point, after several months of limited use, might be helpful to others. I consider this a strong 4-star rating, first of all (it\'s hard to get a 5-star rating from us - we don\'t want to help \"inflate\" the rating system, thus making it relatively useless). Is there a better camera in the price range with the same features? I have no way of knowing. But I\'m leaving the rating as a very strong 4-star evaluation at this point to indicate significant satisfaction with the camera.To start, I\'ve experienced NONE of the complaints a few others have had with this camera, particularly the lens distortion (most prominent, reportedly, at the extremes of 18 and 55 mm). I intentionally took some photos with the intent of \"finding\" the distortion, if present, and it just was not evident (one was taken in a room with shadows that highlighted all the edges between the walls and the ceiling on three walls, along with long furniture that extended from the facing wall out toward the camera. The distortion reported by some others simply was not evident.Speaking of the lens, it was a hard choice whether to keep this kit lens or the lens that went with the camera this replaces. I have my old Nikon D-70 that came with an 18-70mm lens, but it did not have the VR feature. The extra focal length out to 70 mm approximates the old 100mm lenses frequently used for portrait photography in the old 35mm film days, but I also don\'t do much portrait photography anymore. So I\'m going to sell the D-70 with its 18-70mm lens and opt for this slightly shorter one with the VR feature.So far, with relatively limited use (but including several fairly short videos just to test that out), battery life is excellent. I have yet to recharge!The video quality is very nice. Of course audio isn\'t going to be studio quality, but that should not be expected. It is, however, quite adequate for \"amateur\" videos, and perhaps even YouTube-type videos. Using a tripod and a non-Nikon, non-autofocus telephoto zoom lens out to 300mm, I was very pleased with the quality. Getting it to focus properly manually, was a bit of a challenge given the subject and the distance, but that was a function of manual focus and the photographer, not the camera of course.Frankly, there are a lot of features on this camera, and I will likely NOT use them all, even in time. But having them is nice. I obtained an excellent D-3300 after-market book that has been and is likely to become very helpful, and separately recommend it: Nikon D3300 Digital Field Guide, by J. Dennis Thomas (Wiley Publishing), available through Amazon. I won\'t review it further except to say that it would be helpful for anyone just learning this camera even with considerable other photographic experience, as well as beginners, since it also contains basic instruction about photography (particularly digital) in addition to the model-specific instruction.In short, I am quite satisfied with the camera thus far, with much to learn. It was a major step up from my trusty old D-70, and cost considerably less than the D-70 did when it was new. Particularly with inflation over the years, LOWER cost for better features and quality is always welcome, even if technology costs are coming down.OH - I almost forgot size. I was actually surprised at how small this camera is. It is quite noticeable in comparison to the D-70. Some seem not to like it. My hands are not huge, but they\'re larger than many men, and I have quite long fingers. Yet it is not too small - in fact, I like the size even better than my old D-70, I think (and I really liked that camera).

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