Nikon D5300

Nikon D5300

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4.3(6 reviews)
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  • APS-C
  • Digital SLR
  • 24.2 megapixels
  • Lens based only
  • Video recording
  • Optical, LCD screen (LiveView), EVF (electronic)
  • Image sensor format: APS-C
  • Type of camera: Digital SLR
  • Sensor resolution: 24.2 megapixels
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4.3 of 5 stars

Based on 6 reviews

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25/11/2017
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xhrone
I have recently bought one in new condition (barely opened with carton, warranty, receipt and all) from Tradera. Nice camera ... I have previously owned the Nikon D3100 and D7000. I have actually not been able to try it yet when I did not buy an objective. But I have read about specifications, reviews, known and clipped on it. I've been in the settings as well as googled around on photos taken with a little different lens in slightly different price ranges and the D5300. I dare to say that it is a little better than the D7000 image. The reason that the D5300 delivers better images is since it has better ISO numbers and newer optics. I would consider it a find for the money especially if you, like me, get something unused on Tradera. What I miss most is probably the weatherproofing, the D7000 had a much more qualitative outer cover. The D5300 feels more plastic. I can not really decide if the plastic feels like that or of good quality. It feels like a hard balance. It supports more or less useful things like Wi-Fi and non-D3100 microphones. For someone who is a professional photographer, I would think it is substandard, whether you're a serious wedding photographer, a freelance newspaper photographer or fashion photographer at a high (or low) level. This is definitely no professional camera. My uses are: - Create unique photos for my blogs, which I earn a few thousand pieces occasionally but want to live on. - Family pictures for digital use as well as photo interpretation and print. Thinking spontaneously of images in social contexts, on journeys or portraits. - Product photos to Tradera, Blocket and Facebook. I sell my own possessions sometimes and my partner has sales in their local furniture store in smaller towns. She is using her mobile camera now so it can be a lift. I have read IT for 5 years at Stockholm University. I'm definitely "technical" of me. I lack the skills and ability to fully use a D7000 with the best flash. I can use it and take pictures but do not configure the settings correctly before each occasion. I have high demands on my pictures and can eg manipulate images on a basic level in Photoshop CC. I think the D3100 does not live up to my requirements and expectations and therefore I do not want anything a little more hot. Then the D5300 or another Nikon D5000 camera is perfect for me. EDIT: I was able to mention what lens I intended to acquire. I've been thinking: Sigma 17-50 / 2.8 EX DC OS HSM for Nikon The reason is mainly that I want a bright lens if I take night shots. Nikon's bright lens can cost over 13,000. This takes almost equivalent pictures at a lower price, but you sacrifice for example. quality, durability, zoom and flexibility. But that's OK for me. First of all, I do not usually zoom as much as I mostly take pictures on fixed objects or people. Then I usually just get a little closer. The camera housing is in the same cheap plastic, so the copy matches the external building quality quite well anyway. Otherwise: Nikon Nikkor AF-S DX 18-105 / 3.5-5.6 G ED VR If I had not considered Sigma, I'd considered my old Nikon lens that is affordable. There was also a kit lens for the D7000. One should not underestimate the kit lens. Better kit lens can actually be quite nice allround zoom.

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24/07/2017
k
krillnecks
have had this camera over a year o have never made me disappointed awesome camera :)

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25/05/2016
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Pelle_N
Affordable Camera recommended for all beginners.

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30/12/2015
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denbrutnaskuggans
Fantastic camera compared with the Nikon D 5100 which did not measure otherwise have a D 60

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26/03/2014
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castortroy33
Incredibly good pictures with it. Though much depends on the lens goes with it. Have bought a macro in SEK 2000 class. A cheap kit lens and telephoto lens from tamron for 3000th Feels fresher than d5100. Modernising screen and twice the resolution so you can cut and enlarge images. Will have this camera a long time and is so much lenses that fit into it. Next purchase will be a wide-angle lens from Sigma. Are beginner in photography but with this camera and the right lens to shoot great pictures. Fun with that you can take pictures with the iphone / ipad and even bring pictures to the plate or iphone through wi-fi. In addition, built-in GPS. The only bad thing is perhaps that the media in the camera feels a bit plastigt. But tolerates certainly part and makes the camera much easier than tex d5100.

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