I have owned a Nikon D3200 for a relatively very short space of time but already the new D3300 looks very, how shall I say it, PLAYSTATION in comparison!
Don’t get me wrong, the D3300 is a better camera but all those on screen graphic wheels for F-Stop, Shutter Speed and ISO to me look just a little bit games console. One the other hand, could they be a great learning tool to anyone new to DSLR photography? Thoughts anyone?
The Nikon D3300 looks to be another good SLR choice for beginners, offering the same 24.2 million-pixel count as the Nikon D3200, but omits the optical low-pass filter over the sensor and should therefore capture sharper, more detailed images.
- 24.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor
- Razor-sharp 11-point AF system
- 5 fps continuous shooting
- 3.0 inch (921k dots) TFT LCD
- ISO 100-12800 (extendable to 25,600 equivalent)
- EXPEED 4
- 1080p Full HD Video
- Wi-Fi connection with the optional WU-1a adapter
Here Amy Davies takes you through her review of the Nikon D3300. For more information and the full review check out http://www.techradar.com/