Nikon D3300 Body

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Nikon D3300 Camera Body

The Nikon D3300 is now discontinued, replaced by the Nikon D3400

A newbie digital slr camera the Nikon D3300 is fantastic for first timers and kids. It really is light-weight, small in size (although perhaps not big enough for some people) with lots of automatic plus hands-on functionality to help you get moving and skilled on a APS-C sensor digital slr camera.

Lets have a look at our Nikon d3300 video Youtube review. Is the Nikon d3300 camera body the best place for you to start your digital photography journey? Tom takes you through features that could have you saying YES.

The Entire Body build is constructed from composite materials which includes carbon fibre however it's the functions inside of the camera body making it particularly invaluable for the selling price.

The 24 mega-pixel D3300 just like the most recent collection of Nikons features the Expeed 4 processor chip boosting the fps (frames per second) and ISO boost which is designed to provide you with less digital noise in low light scenarios. The faster processor chip provides for 1080p video clips to be recorded in 24, 25, 30, 50, and 60 fps. The camera has a 3.5mm input to allow for an external microphone for better sound than the internal.

Like the majority of the Nikon range of digital cameras it comes with an built-in pop-up flash with lots of differing functions. For extra comprehensive flash use, you should use an external speedlight flash such as the Nikon SB-700 flash unit. Connect it to the hot shoe on the top of your SLR or take it off the camera and trigger the flash via infrared control, cord or radio triggers.

A little something with regards to the lightweight about this digital slr camera (430G) is that there is an excellent range of DX zoom and prime camera lenses readily available that are of exceptional optical quality at budget price . Nikon has zoom lenses starting off with the 18-55 lens kit or perhaps the twin lens kits 18-55mm along with 55-200mm (or perhaps the 55-300mm for extra reach whenever you zoom out).

In case you are thinking about upgrading from the above mentioned those you could think about the 18-105mm or 18-140mm together with the 70-300mm VR.

For travel photography it's possible you'll prefer just one single lens that does everything. If so, in that case you'll need to determine exactly how much zoom you will need and my recommendation for that will be the 18-140mm, 18-200mm or even the 18-300mm 3.5-f6.3 that has been seriously popular.

If considering buying a prime lens that is certainly just the tools for understanding the concepts of and obtaining shallow depth of field photographs, as well as low light functionality chances are you'll choose a 50mm 1.8G as well as for a broader point of view on the APS-C sensor (crop) the 35mm 1.8 that is definitely a terrific little lens for a budget price range.