Looking for an excellent DSLR camera? Here is Nikon D3300 review

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Nikon D3300 is a solid DSLR camera that captures high-quality videos with no significant drawbacks. It succeeds D3200 with a few upgrades thanks to the brilliant engineering. Despite the identical resolution, this model excels in the performance department. At first glance, you’ll notice improvements in under-the-hood features and body construction. Here is a detailed review of Nikon D3300 camera.

Design

Another remarkable feature is the redesigned guide mode. It describes the appropriate settings for a chosen scenario. You can adjust flash, ISO sensitivity, and release drive mode. Of course, the finish is commensurate with the price.

Performance

The D3300 camera is faster than D3200 and other rivals within the price range. It takes about half a second to Power On which is breathtaking. In good light, the time to focus and shoot is 0.4 seconds – faster than the predecessor. Nikon D3300 performs well when shooting two consecutive photos. It takes 0.3 seconds regardless of whether you’re using JPEG or raw. This rises to 0.9 seconds when the flash is enabled. The continuous shooting mode is up from 4 to 5 fps.

While there is not so much attention on the cameras processors, Nikon latest chip pays off. Not only that, the battery life has increased from 540-700 shots. And when the camera is equipped with a 95MB/sec memory card, it delivers up to 5.1 fps.

Image quality

The image is somewhat sharper than what you’d expect in 24.2-megapixel resolution. Just like D5500, this model lacks Optical low-pass filter (OLPF). This, in turn, results in increased fine detail resolution. More interestingly, JPEG looks less noisy than the traditional counterparts. The colors look accurate and the videos are stunning even in low light.

Display/viewfinder

The 3-inch monitor comes with 160-degree viewing angle and 11 settings of brightness. It’s worth mentioning that the display does not flip/rotate, so there’s no selfie shooting. On the other hand, the viewfinder offers 95% and 0.85x magnification. This means you should expect some details slip into the edges of the frame. Thankfully, a diopter adjustment is provided to accommodate the varying levels of eyesight.

Controls

On the right side, there is a four-way directional pad, live view mode, and shooting controls. Likewise, there are four buttons on the left side for accessing the on-screen menu and zooming into captured images. Atop the right handgrip, you’ll find info, movie capture, and exposure compensation buttons. Next to the dial, there is a lock button which allows the user to lock in an exposure setting without taking the eyes from the subject.

Pros

• Comes in a lightweight and compact design

• Gives good video quality

• Great ISO performance

• Provides 5fps continuous shooting

• Excellent per-pixel sharpness

Cons

• The built-in flash may overheat after continuous use

• No built-in support

Nikon D3300 is a powerful entry-level DSLR camera that delivers high-quality images. Apart from that, it comes with an impressive battery life and is easy to use. Without a doubt, your 1080p full HD videos and 24.2-megapixel photos will bring back the feelings of the

moments. This is an incredible camera for aspiring and professional photographers.