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Nikon D3300 : Specifications and Opinions

Nikon D3300, front

Nikon D3300, back

Nikon D3300, top

The Nikon D3300 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24.2 megapixels manufactured from 2014 to 2016 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 5 FPS x 5 RAW, 60 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 405 €;
104 users have given it an average vote of 8.9 out of 10

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 Format   APS-C, 23.5 x 15.7 mm (image ratio 3:2, crop factor 1.5x in comparison with FF)
 Resolution   24.2 megapixel (pixel pitch 3.92 μm)
 ISO sensitivities   100 - 25600
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/4000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 5 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   P, M, S, A, Scena
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Mount   Nikon F (click here to view all compatible lenses)
 Stabilization   No
 Autofocus (AF areas)   11
 Continuos shooting   5 FPS x 5 RAW, 60 JPEG
 Pre-Burst   No
 Live View   Yes
 MLU/SS   Yes, Mirrok Lock Up
 Video mode   1920x1080p @ 60 FPS
 WiFi   No
 GPS   No

 Computing Features
 ND Long Exposure   No
 Pixel Shift   No
 Focus Stacking   No
 Startrail/Composite mode   No
 Astrotracer   No

 Camera body and built
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   3.0", 640 x 480 pixels, fixed
 Viewfinder   Optical, coverage 95%, 0.85x
 Flash   Yes, guide number 10 meters
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC
 Storage, Slot 2   not available
 Battery   Nikon EN-EL14a, 8.85 Wh
 Weather sealing   No
 Weight   410 g
 Dimensions   124 x 98 x 76 mm


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sent on March 31, 2022

Pros: Probably the SLR with the best quality / price ratio in the world used Nikon. The quality of the images it churns out is embarrassing, as are its more expensive contemporary SLRs (see 7000 series). It's damn small, light and discreet. It is the cheapest SLR compatible with AF-P lenses. The battery lasts forever. You can't get it off.

Cons: First of all the AF department, but you know and matter only if you photograph subjects in moviemnto constantly. For occasional action shots or still subjects it does its own. And then missing all the knick-knacks, levers, buttons, functions, articulated screens, U1-U2, wifi, Bluetooth, etc. of more expensive models that make it less immediate, but precisely it is an entry level made to be essential. It is still paired with the AF-S 18-55 VR II which cannot fully stand up to its 24 Mp. 95% viewfinder.

Opinion: Do you like photogrfia? Do you like to take a relaxing walk and take home a couple of nice well-made photos? Are you a penniless person who wants to learn photography? Do you want to take home some nice photos from the trips without hanging up your luggage and without the anxiety of dragging around you expensive and without the wide angle of the mobile phone? She is the answer. You stick the Nikon 35mm 1.8 DX on it and challenge you to be able to leave the house without the temptation to put it in your backpack or shoulder strap under your coat. If you want to exaggerate the vices as well with the AF-P 10-20 VR and AF-P 70-300 VR DX. Taac and the Nikon DX Dream Team is done. Or it goes well, there are also af-P 18-55 VR to match if a* wants the "normal" zoom. Obviously if a* wants to make a specific photogrfia look elsewhere (FF for portraits, DX pro for photo hunting, etc.), as well as for videos. For everything else, that is the most spontaneous and relaxed photography there is her. 24 Mp are a bang and unless one finds the winning photo to print in A0 or to spend hours retouching on the PC, it goes to god with jpeg small basic (file + light -> less slam) if one progrmma well (for those who chew English I refer to his page on Ken Rockwell's site). I read about a lot of spec masturbators complaining about poor ISO tightness, but what do you want?! Either go and spend at least 3 times as much for a full frame or a mirrorless or go directly to buy a flash. At 12800 ISO it churns out photos at the height of any social or medium/small print. The autofocus and the viewfinder are the only two notes a bit sore: 11 focus points positioned very central leave you with your neck pulled. But everything that falls into those 11 points focuses on it perettametne and without hesitation, especially when combined with AF-P lenses. Even in low light the fire catches it, and this without even the auxiliary illumiantore. You will not be able to get enough of your friends who ask you for the photos of the last evening. The viewfinder is fine, it's small, but you know, and it's 95% (oh, even Full Frame semi-pro Nikon have comuqneu the coverage of the viewfinder at 95%) which does not help for the compositions, but after a while you either get used to it or you use the Live View for shots composed to the millimeter. Even for short videos on a tripod it does not fare badly, it certainly will not have the adjustable screen or the stabilized sensor, but unlike the D3400 and D3500 it has the jack socket for the microphone. In the second-hand market it is found below 200 euros. There are renowned photographers out there who have become who they are with only a simple and essential camera combined with a normal lens, because instead of making saws on the data or wanting to show off the latest model they focused on the photogrfia and what they have in their hands is just a tool, a link between their creativity and something tangible like a file or a print. I think this damn thing is a ticket to get on that road. Then it goes well, as mentioned above, for specific things one uses dedicated professional tools, for everything else there is that small cheap SLR that churns out embarrassingly beautiful photos.

sent on November 30, 2019

Pros: Little weight, compactness, general organization of buttons/dial,cost

Cons: ISO Estate

Opinion: It's just been sold and I ended my adventure with the D3300. This machine has ferried me from the low levels of photography to a good level in a path of about a year and a half. In my opinion, if one makes the most of it, it can really take out photographs even higher than what you should actually get. It's an entry-level, yes, but it can go even a little further than its level. Obviously everything in my opinion. However I found myself very comfortable, little weight and footprint, good yield of focus and click, quick and silent. Perhaps what penalizes her the most is the ISO seal that from 800 and up begins to feel consistent phases. But let's not forget that it's an entry-level. I recommend it to all those who start with photography and want to have a machine not too expensive and heavy but at the same time with a good yield.

sent on January 02, 2019

Pros: Cost, weight, ergonomics.

Cons: In relation to price none. In absolute little estate over ISO 1600. Maybe a little bit unbalanced forward if paired with a medium tele.

Opinion: Owning a Ferrari that goes from 0 to 100 in two and a half seconds, which consumes a liter of LPG every 30 kilometers, comfortable to bring the whole family on holiday (with luggage), but at the same time very small for the use of the city and that costs 4,000 euros : Who wouldn't want it? Of course, in judging an object you can never ignore the cost. And in relation to spending for me the D3300 is a great camera. After years of "purgatory" with a compattina, I chose it in December 2017 to return to the world reflex (and enter for the first time in digital!) after having amused myself for a life always and only with the manual/analogue, read Yashica FX3 Super 2000. And I think the little Nikon was the perfect school ship to learn about the new world. Simple to use, she was a loyal companion for a year. For some 11 AF points are few, but being directed to the beginner I think are more than enough. Idem for the "only" 5 shots burst. Clear that it will never be the main camera body for a professional, but surely it will be fine to those who want to start. And once you start, you will not immediately feel the lack of something more "performanant".

sent on September 27, 2018

Pros: High quality price between the entry-level. As a first body can make you understand what you want from photography and what is photography. Great Grip for all hands. Decent KIT lenses. Shoot 600 photos with a battery.

Cons: Noise is felt after ISO800 "usable" files up to ISO3200 (maybe). Lack bkt, peaking focus, HSS.

Opinion: Machine body obviously Entry-level, in this area does its dirty work. I don't see any noticeable differences with the new models. Suffers on the holding of the ISO right away, it avoids going beyond the ISO 800. The bkt, peaking focus and HSS functions are missing. The focus points are few, at the beginning you will not be very case, but over time is a problem.

sent on March 28, 2018

Pros: Excellent value for money, versatile, low weight, easy to use, objectives in stabilized kits, excellent grip, wide choice of lenses (also second-hand), guided mode

Cons: A bit 'too much noise at high ISO, after all is an entry level.

Opinion: Machine body now out of production but is still on several sites and in stores, perhaps even at lower prices than the initial ones as replaced by the D3400.rnThe guide mode provides a decent support for those who are beginners and the files are really buonirnDecisamente an excellent entry level that I recommend as a starting point for your photographic passion.

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