Tuesday, January 7, 2014


The D3300 is an entry-level model offering an effective pixel count of 24.2-million pixels and equipped with a Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter, as well as the latest EXPEED 4 image-processing engine, which achieves high-speed processing and superior image quality at high sensitivities. This camera offers a high level of basic performance with support for continuous shooting at approximately 5 fps, an approximately 0.85x high-magnification viewfinder, and support for recording of 60p full-HD movies that makes capturing moving subjects and decisive moments fun and easy.

It offers better operation for easy capture of images that reflect user intent with Guide Mode that has been improved, enabling users to capture images as intended by simply following directions displayed in the camera monitor, and adoption of a new button that enables quick access to functions for application and adjustment of settings.

What's more, the D3300 is equipped with Special Effects modes, with which effects can be selected and applied with recording of both still images and movies. Preview in the camera monitor before shooting or recording begins allows users to confirm the results of effect selection in real time. Image retouch functions also expand user enjoyment with effects that can be applied to images already recorded.

Adoption of a new material made of carbon fiber and a monocoque structure that makes the cover a single box-type structure was first achieved through the utilization of Nikon's exclusive technologies with the D5300, released in November 2013. The smaller size and lighter weight makes the camera extremely portable while maintaining a high level of strength and durability.

D3300 Primary Features
  • An effective pixel count of 24.2-million pixels, a Nikon DX-format CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter, and the latest image-processing engine, EXPEED 4, for superior image quality and support for high sensitivities
  • Excellent basic performance for capture of decisive moments
  • A variety of Special Effects and image retouch functions that expand the ways in which users enjoy still images and movies
  • Operation that supports comfortable shooting
  • A monocoque structure with which a new material was adopted for a smaller and lighter body that is strong and durable
  • D-Movie function for recording 60p full-HD movies
  • Collaboration with smart devices supports wireless transfer of images and remote shooting

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