Nikon D5300

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  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Affordable Camera recommended for all beginners.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Fantastic camera compared with the Nikon D 5100 which did not measure otherwise have a D 60
  • Excellent
    4 years ago
    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.
  • Very good
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    I've only had it a few days so maybe get update my rescention later.

    Build quality, I think the camera is good to be entry level and in plastic, it has a rubber grip on strategic places and it fits well in the hand.

    The picture quality on this is very good, and it shows that it was a good choice to remove the AA filter. Although the ISO sensitivity is gruesomely good for a camera in this price range, up to ISO 1600 is hardly any artifacts at all. And up to 2500, the images are still usable, but more than that I would not use.

    Two things I irreterar me on;
    First, that there is no sense crosshairs in the viewfinder for the AE measurement, I like to do spot metering on AE and then lock the AE at a point where I think it should measure, as no crosshair for this so it becomes a bit so-so about the object you want to measure on is small and you have a large variety of bright and low light in the picture.

    Since bothers me me enormously that they removed the sensor to determine if you look through the viewfinder, which means that the LCD screen lights up even if you have your eye to the viewfinder, this means that you will be dazzled if it is dark outside.

    LiveView is not something I will use, maybe if I have to shoot with the camera over your head at concert etc. But the focus seems to not work at all in live view, may look into this more before I dismiss the function useless.

    I will surely find more good and bad things the more I use the camera and will update this post