Nikon D5300 Digital SLR Camera Body Only – Grey (24.2 MP) 3.2 inch LCD with Wi-Fi and GPS

June 23, 2014 - Comment

Let your creativity soar with the intuitive D5300.With built-in Wi-Fi and GPS this impressive 24.2-megapixel DX-format camera lets you capture and share the magic of your world in incredible detail.The Wi-Fi function connects the camera directly to a smart device so you can share photos right after you have taken them. The GPS function adds

Let your creativity soar with the intuitive D5300.With built-in Wi-Fi and GPS this impressive 24.2-megapixel DX-format camera lets you capture and share the magic of your world in incredible detail.The Wi-Fi function connects the camera directly to a smart device so you can share photos right after you have taken them. The GPS function adds location information to photos making it easy to add your pictures to maps of the world and share your travel photography with others.Thanks to the large vari-angle monitor its simple to shoot photos and movies from exciting new perspectives; and powerful low-light performance (extendable up to ISO 25 600) ensures clear shots in dark situations.

Product Features

  • Capture beautifully detailed photos and full-HD movies with the 24.2-million pixel DX-format CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter for superior image quality and definition
  • Built in Wi-Fi for transmitting high quality images to a smart device for simple sharing along with built in GPS funtion that records location data
  • Explore your creativity with the 3.2-inch, 1037k-dot vari-angle LCD monitor with wide viewing angle
  • Nikon’s new EXPEED 4 Image Processing Engine to ensure even clearer photos and movies than before with shooting in low light
  • 39-point Autofocus with 9 cross-type sensors

Comments

Peter W says:

Not bad but GPS and wifi could be better designed. I bought this camera in time for a holiday to New Zealand, however did not have time to test it properly before travelling. I particularly wanted the GPS feature so that I could geocode photographs and the wifi feature for posting photos on social media.The 18-140mm kit lens is pretty good, though suffers from a significant degree of barrel distortion (not unexpected). I am used to a 18-105mm lens on a D90 and often have to change that to my zoom lens when taking photos. The 140mm…

Bellaly says:

Great camera for a beginner! Must Buy! The Nikon D5300 continues to spoil us with its 24.2 Megapixel sensor however the series now gets a major refresh with GPS and Wireless included inside it!Also we see the continuing trend to now remove the Optical Low Pass Filter in manufacturers to give sharper pictures.The camera offers 39 focus with a 9 point cross focus for all you Sports photography fanatics.It offers 5 fps continuous shooting, which works very well but with the new XSPEED 4 processor theres no…

Mr Baz says:

Solid upper entry level DSLR The D5300 is an update to the previous D5200 model, it ‘s not a revolution over the previous model but it is quite well featured in most respects, though for heavy flash users you might want to step up to the D7000/7100 which offer more functionalityIt’s a nice compact body, and a good introduction to photography.A quick summary of the good and weaker areasPros:+ Very good image quality from the 24mp CMOS sensor, no optical low pass filter makes for sharper…

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