Nikon D3300

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Nikon D3300
Nikon D3300 and parts 2014 CP+ (crop).jpg
Overview
TypeDigital single-lens reflex
Lens
LensInterchangeable, Nikon F-mount
Sensor/medium
Sensor23.5 mm × 15.6 mm Nikon DX format CMOS sensor
Maximum resolution6016 × 4000 pixels
(24.2 megapixels)
ASA/ISO range100–12800 in 1/3 EV steps, up to 25600 as Hi 1
StorageSecure Digital, SDHC and SDXC compatible, UHS-I bus
Focusing
Focus areas11-area AF system
Exposure/metering
Exposure meteringTTL 3D Color Matrix Metering II metering with a 420 pixel RGB sensor
Flash
FlashBuilt in Pop-up
Shutter
Shutter speed range30 s to 1/4000 s in 1/2 or 1/3 stops and Bulb, 1/200 s X-sync
Continuous shooting5 frames/s
Viewfinder
ViewfinderOptical 0.85×, 95% Pentamirror
Image processing
Custom WBAuto, incandescent, fluorescent (7 types), direct sunlight, flash, cloudy, shade, preset manual, all except preset manual with fine-tuning
General
BatteryNikon EN-EL14a, EN-EL14 rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery
Weight410 g (0.90 lb) without battery, memory card or body cap
Made in Thailand
Chronology
PredecessorNikon D3200
SuccessorNikon D3400

Nikon D3300 is a 24.2-megapixel[1] DX format DSLR Nikon F-mount camera officially launched by Nikon on January 7, 2014. It is marketed as an entry-level DSLR camera for beginners (offering tutorial- and improved guide-mode) and experienced DSLR hobbyist who are ready for more advanced specs and performance. It replaces the D3200 as Nikon's entry level DSLR. The D3300 usually comes with an 18-55mm VR II kit lens, which is the upgraded model of older VR (Vibration Reduction) lens. The new kit lens has the ability to retract it's barrel, shortening it for easy storage.

The Expeed 4 image-processing engine enables the camera to capture 60 fps 1080p video in MPEG-4 format. And 24.2 megapixel images without optical low-pass filter (OLPF, anti-aliasing (AA) filter) at 5 fps as the fastest for low-entry DSLR.[2][3] It is Nikon's first DSLR camera with Easy (sweep) Panorama. As in the Nikon D5300, the carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer body and also the new retractable kit lens makes it smaller and lighter. The camera body is approx. 124 x 98 x 75.5 mm and weighs 460 g with and 410 g without battery and memory card.

In April 2014, the D3300 received a Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) award in the category "Best Digital SLR Entry Level".[4]

The D3300 was superseded as Nikon's entry-level camera by the D3400 in late 2016.

New features[edit]

  • 24.2 megapixel image sensor with 12-bit color depth. Optical low-pass filter removed (OLPF, anti-aliasing (AA) filter) at 5 Frames per second
  • Expeed 4 with 1080p video in 60p/50p fps
  • New viewfinder with 0.85 magnification
  • Panorama mode (Nikon's first DSLR)
  • 13 special effects
  • New auto flash modes
  • Tutorial mode and new, improved guide mode
  • Carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer, smaller and lighter body
  • EN-EL14a and EN-EL14 batteries with enhanced battery life of 700 shots, also due to the new Expeed 4 processor
  • Wi-Fi is an optional extra via the WU-1a adapter, which slides into the left side of the camera
  • 3.5mm mic port

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-01-08. Retrieved 2014-01-08.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) Nikon D3300 specs at Nikon.com
  2. ^ Grunin, Lori. "CES 2014 sees Nikon D3300, new lens announcements". CNET. CBS Interactive. Archived from the original on 2014-01-09. Retrieved 2014-01-09.
  3. ^ Michael Topham. "Nikon D3300 hands-on review". Archived from the original on February 22, 2014. Retrieved February 12, 2014.
  4. ^ "Best Digital SLR Entry Level". Technical Image Press Association. 2014. Archived from the original on May 23, 2014. Retrieved August 24, 2014.

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