Nikon has recently announced their latest entry level DSLR the Nikon D3300 which is an upgrade in the D3000 series to the Nikon D3200 which I use primarily for my photography and video. As a result anyone wanting to pick up the Nikon D3200 can expect to do so at a reduced price.
Nikon D3300 Specs and Features
According to Nikon.com the New Nikon D3300 will have the following specifications:
- 24MP sensor
- 11 AF points
- ISO range: 100-12800 (25,600)
- EXPEED4 image processing engine with improved noise reduction processing
- Continuous shooting at 5 fps
- 3″ LCD screen
- 13 special effect modes
- 60 FPS in 1080P Video Recording
The EXPEED 4 Processor means that we can hope for improved image quality and light sensitivity much like the improvement between the Nikon D5200 to the Nikon D5300 which also uses the EXPEED 4 Processor.
The Nikon D3300 will also be coming with a new kit lens the Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II which will of course feature Nikon’s Vibration Reduction option on the lens.
The Nikon D3300 will cost $649.99 (Body Only) and will have a release date of Feb 6, 2014
Based on the information provided so far, aside from better overall image quality and a higher overall ISO range we can expect this model to be fairly consistent with the Nikon D3200, as the mexapixel count is the same, as are most of its other features. Unlike the D5300 it is unlikely that this model will have Wifi and GPS as it is the lower end entry level DSLR.
I've been doing for Photography for nearly half my life now. I come from a family of Photo Enthusiast and as an artist Photography was just a natural fit for me creatively. I prefer to shoot portraiture, events, fashion and cosplay.