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Product information

    Sensor resolution (Effective number of p
    24.2 megapixels
    Compatible lenses
    Nikon FX, Nikon DX
    Video recording
    Yes
    Viewfinder
    Optical, LCD screen (LiveView)
    Image sensor format
    APS-C
    Type of camera
    Digital SLR

    General

    Anti-dust system
    Yes
    Image stabiliser
    Lens based only
    Magnification (Crop factor)
    1.5 x
    Type of camera
    Digital SLR

    Connectors

    Firewire
    No
    HDMI
    Yes
    USB
    Yes
    USB version
    2.0

    Auto focus

    AF assist (auto-focus assist light)
    Lamp
    Contrast autofocus
    Yes
    Number of AF points (contrast)
    11 pc
    Phase detection autofocus
    Yes
    AF support
    Only lenses with AF-motor
    Max number of AF points (incl. assistant
    11 pc

    Image properties

    AEB/HDR support
    No
    Continuous shooting
    Yes
    Frames (JPEG)
    100 images
    Number (RAW, max speed)
    28 images
    Speed (JPEG)
    5 frames/s
    Speed (RAW)
    5 frames/s
    File format (Still)
    JPEG, RAW, NEF (RAW)
    Image sensor format
    APS-C
    ISO sensitivity (basic ISO)
    100 - 12800 ISO
    Manual settings (aperture/shutter)
    Yes
    Maximum resolution (stills)
    6000x4000 pixels
    Sensor format
    23.5 x 15.6 mm
    Sensor resolution (Effective number of p
    24.2 megapixels
    Sensor type
    CMOS
    Shutter speed
    30 - 1/4000 s
    Video recording
    Yes
    Autofocus in recording mode
    Yes - TTL-AF
    Max resolution (video)
    1920x1080p pixels
    Max frame rate (highest resolution)
    60 fps
    Max frame rate (regardless of res.)
    60 fps
    Max resolution (highest frame rate)
    1920x1080p pixels
    Video file formats
    AVC/H.264 .mov
    With audio
    Yes - via the built-in and external mic

    Flash

    External flash connection
    Hot shoe
    Flash
    Built-in and external
    Flash metering system
    i-TTL
    X-sync speed
    1/200 s

    Design

    Available colours
    Black, Grey, Red

    Dimensions

    Dimensions (WxHxD)
    Depth
    75.5 mm
    Height
    98 mm
    Width
    124 mm
    Weight
    410 g

    Display & Viewfinder

    Articulated screen
    No
    Screen resolution
    921000 pixels
    Screen size
    3 inches
    Separate info display
    No
    Touchscreen
    No
    Viewfinder coverage
    95 %
    Viewfinder magnification
    0.85 x
    Viewfinder
    Optical, LCD screen (LiveView)

    Features

    Weather proof (moisture/dust)
    No

    Communication

    Bluetooth
    No
    GPS
    No
    NFC
    No
    Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
    No

    Compatibility

    Compatible lenses
    Nikon FX, Nikon DX
    Lens included
    No

    Storage

    Compatible memory cards
    Secure Digital, Secure Digital HC, Secure Digital XC
    Storage features

    Materials

    Body material
    Plastic

    Power supply

    Battery capacity (CIPA)
    700 images
    Battery type
    Li-Ion

    Miscellaneous

    Release year
    2014

    Links

Reviews

    4.4 of 5 stars

    Based on 6 reviews

    Miizoo
    2016-12-02
    Great picture quality! High resolution images with delightful colors and sharpness. Compared this with the Canon 100D and 1300D, according to reviews is D3300 bit better. All are perfect entry-level model. According to several test wins D3300 of above thanks to a stunning image processor that comes with the more expensive models. Easy to install a WiFi module for about $ 500. Incredibly happy. Recommended!
    attileo
    2016-09-29
    Correct much camera for the money, beautiful pictures, but you must be sure to use aperture-photography blur. (Ie aperture 8, at least) Anti-shake automatic (the lens) work very well. Less good was that it began to form dust inside the prism housing (directly behind the viewfinder) despite the economical use and careful maintenance, had to leave the camera for cleaning after 6 months. They did a good job so now sökarfältet clean.
    tisking
    2016-07-03
    good for starting off has all features you will ever need as a beginner
    markabbawi
    2016-01-12
    Beyond expectation. Compared lot online, read some reviews about the D3300, D5500 and D7200. The latter seemed too pricey for my wallet, even if the D7200 has 53 AF points and the D3300 has only 11 ... But at the same time so I reasoned on the D7200 then also only 2000 SEK cheaper than the cheapest full-frame camera, the D610. Watched a lot of test shots taken with each camera and thought D7200 performed well much better in quality than the D5500, especially in how sharp it was. Then thought D3300 would be worse, but where really surprised when it seemed sharper in the test images, and sharp is it really. The lack of wifi makes me nothing. Available adapter, in my case for the iPhone, went smoothly, linked into the cell phone, in the memory card and then imported to the images you want. Has used D3300 with 70-300mm VR 16-80mm and 35mm f / 1.8 and the pictures are spot on!
    dammsugare
    2015-12-10
    Have had the camera for 2-3 months now. And is so far very satisfied! There is a camera which has all the features necessary to take images fair means. It is very affordable. In my research, it seemed to be worth buying them later models, it did not get so much more image quality for the money. Seemed to be mostly ploy gadgets and I can manage without, it's an SLR and so desperate I am not posting pictures on Instagram that I must have built-in WiFi (There is an adapter if one would regret this decision. Then there it also SD cards with built-in WiFi-circuit nowadays, may be worth considering). Previously, I had a Canon 350d, switching to Nikon was a pretty big adjustment, buttons and menus are different and so on. Build quality compared to Canon 350d is definitely much better on the Nikon D3300, it is robust and compact. Good quality! The house had been happy to be a little bigger to get the perfect grip. On the other hand, it is of course very smooth when it is small. You can buy a battery grip if you would like to get a better grip. 18-105mm f / 3.5g lens was absolutely worth the extra allowance! 18-55mm f / 3.5g is nothing to have, it's too little Zoom to be an "all-around" and for other purposes that may be there are better options. Much smarter to buy a package of 18-105mm, covering the largest zoom need. If one is to zooming more so one should buy a lens that is for that purpose. To take a good short, I would say that the lens is the most important. A given camera accessories in addition to "all round lens / zoom" is the Nikon 35mm f / 1.8 g and a 50mm f / 1.8 g. With these lenses, you get large depth of field and capture images that look really great in print. Would have loved to have had built-in WiFi in camera, but feels corny to throw up a few extra hundred dollars to buy storebrorn to this just to be able to upload photos to Instagram directly. Available to buy dongle to the D3300 camera for somebody dog ​​ring on now this is important
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