Nikon D5300 Review

Nikon D5300 Review

Nikon D5300 a great addition to Nikons ‘Advanced Beginners’ DSLR range replaces its predecessors with enhancements and grand features that are worth mentioning.

The camera is a tool that according to Nikon will target at photographical enthusiasts in the company’s APS-C lineup.

The D5300 comes with a powerful 24MP DX format CMOS sensor, similar to 24MP APS-C stabilizers. The camera is integrated with grand features to provide more physical control than D3200.

Advance Modes

This camera is designed for advance beginners, with basic controls and advance photographical modes that offer a great help to learn the basis of pro photography.

Powerful

On the basis of appearance and performance, the camera is closely related to its predecessor D3200, but under the hood the camera comes with a very powerful strong camera. The D5300’s 24MP sensor comes without OLPF and houses no anti – aliasing filters that definitely give the camera an edge over resolution.

Technology

The camera is powered with an enhanced EXPEED 4 image processing technology, with dynamic results.

Video Mode

The camera also offers an enhanced video mode that has the capability to display true 1080 / 60p HD video.

Screen

Moreover, the camera also comes with a slightly wider screen with 3.2 ” as compared to 3″ screen. The camera offers crystal clear 1.04 million-dot vari-angle LCD monitor screen. The wider screen is a great feature that adds more to the camera appeal.

Autofocus

The grand features of the camera include a very stable phase-detection autofocus system consisting of 39-point AF system, along with 9 sensors cross-type points.

Shooting Speed

The camera provides 5 fps continuous shooting speed that certainly provides solid image quality with minimal image degradations.

ISO Sensitivity

Achieve precise exposures with large ISO sensitivity range of ISO 100-12,800 that can be enhanced to 25,600 to provide stunning results for low light conditions and unswerving exposure for sparkling artificial lights.

RGB Metering System

Although the camera is an advance beginner level camera it also includes a dynamic feature of 2016-pixel RGB metering system to add a touch of pro grade experience.

Battery

Powered by a powerful battery the camera provides an all-day shooting experience with more than 600 shot battery life which is highly useful for random photography.

Nikon D5300 can be regarded as one of the best DX format cameras introduced by Nikon for advance beginners. The camera is certainly loaded with jam packed features that can take you a step further for pro grade photography.

Benjamin Gabriel

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