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|Features:||Eye-Fi Card Ready, AF Lock, Exposure Compensation, GPS||Manufacturer Color:||Black|
|Featuring 24.2 MP sensor, this Nikon Nikon D D3300 Digital SLR camera delivers clear visuals with a simple click. You can instantly view the captured images or playback your videos on the camera’s display. It offers multiple features, including AF lock, auto white balance, automatic face tracking, automatic flash, digital image rotation, digital image stabilization, exposure compensation, eye-fi card ready, GPS, HDMI, self timer, USB and Component. In addition, the D3300 model camera comes in black.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||215368289|
|Product Key Features|
|Features||Eye-Fi Card Ready, AF Lock, Exposure Compensation, GPS|
|Additional Product Features|
|MAX Video Resolution||1920x1080|
|Exposure Compensation||±5 Ev Range, in 1/3 Ev Steps|
|Continuous Shooting SPEED||5fps|
|Still Image Format||Nef (Raw), JPEG|
|Camera Type||Digital SLR|
|Display Type||Tft LCD|
|Digital Video Format||H.264, MPEG-4|
|Lens for Sd||Body only|
|Screen Details||LCD Display-Tft Active Matrix-3"-Color|
|Additional Features||Digital Image Stabilization, Automatic Flash, Eye-Fi Card Ready, USB, Exposure Compensation, Self Timer, Digital Image Rotation, Automatic Face Tracking, GPS, Hdmi, Af Lock, Auto White Balance|
|Supported Flash Memory||SDHC Card, SD Card, SDXC Card|
|Flash Type||Pop-Up Flash|
|Connector Types||USB 2.0, Mini Hdmi|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
I have now had a chance to start using the Nikon D3300 camera. I was at Fort Caswell on Oak Island, NC at a a church retreat. I had a chance to use the camera for sunrise, sunset and normal daylight lighting. Landscape, portrait, macros of butterflies and even nighttime photos. They all look good on the camera's LCD screen. The camera was easy to use and I learned quickly how to use some of the basic features like aperture priority, macro, nightime, etc. settings. A nice feature about the camera is the light weight. It was easy to carry around my neck for long periods of time as I walked around the compound, went to meals, etc. I haven't had a chance since I returned from the retreat to put the photos on the computer and see them at a larger size than the camera's LCD screen. I am looking forward to using the camera more and trying more features. But the biggest test now is to get the photos on to the computer and see them there. That will tell much more about the camera. I have other cameras to test it against also. But for the price, right now it seems like a great deal.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: hipshipper
The small body and the small hand grips are a big disappointment.
I used a Nikon D50 for ten years and I'm accustomed to a bigger camera body and with bigger hand grips. The small body and the small hand grips on my new D3300 are a big disappointment for me. I wish I had purchased the bigger Nikon D7200 instead but, I purchased the model I can afford. The performance of this camera should be a big upgrade from my Nikon D50. After I have used this camera for a few months, I'll replace this review with one that is more in-depth. The only lens I will be using on this camera will be my Nikon 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G AF-S ED VR II Nikkor Telephoto Zoom Lens so, I may end up handling the camera by the lens more than by the the camera body, while shooting. Since I do most of my shooting with a monopod, the monopod may help me get along with the smaller grip size of the camera body. I'm going to make the best of this new purchase even though my first impressions are negative.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: photovideo4less
Exact same image processor and sensor as the D3400 but I am able to use the D3300 with my D3400 kit lenses and I have the ability to use an intervalometer for astrophotography unlike the D3400. The image quality of the D3300 is gonna be the same as the D3400. If I had known Nikon took away all ability to use an intervalometer on the D3400. I would have just bought the D3300 instead and saved myself some money!! But so far the D3300 has performed well! No issues at all! Everything functions properly! If your are thinking of buying a D3400 hundred, depending on your intended use, I would recommend the D3300 instead. Not too much difference between the 2, but the D3300 gives you the ability to use accessories such as a microphone and intervalometer. The D3400 does not offer this!! The D3400 does offer a bit more settings which you may or may not find useful and has extremely high ISO settings, so high that in my opinion, I have no idea what you would use an insanely high 25000 + ISO setting for in any real world application!! Maybe that is just due to my lack of knowledge on this matter!! But if your looking for versatility in an entry level DSLR and looking into Nikon, I would steer more towards the D3300 for its ease of use, full manual control and settings, and it's versatility vs the D3400!!! The photo below was taken with the Nikon D3300 and the DX 70-300mm f4.5-6.3G ED zomm kit lens from the D3400. 300mm @ f6.3 with shutter speed 1:1000 at ISO 400 with a Seymour Solar ND5 glass solar filter during the recent eclipse on Aug 21, 2017!!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: meatandtatos
Light weight, easy to use camera.
I spent many years in film based photography; darkrooms with B&W and color, and many days in the field. The transition to digital has been slow and I started with easy to use "point and shoot" cameras of varying quality. I decided to purchase the used D3300 because I wanted lens interchangeability and some of the added features Nikon offered. I don't need, or want the more in depth controls of more expensive models, such as the D750. So, the entry level D3300 meets my needs. It offers high quality images and portability. Just what I was looking for.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: robertscamera
Great inexpensive dslr. Great value.
I am normally a Canon guy and have several Canon bodies and lenses but was curious about Nikon. I saw this little guy and at the price of less than 350$ for a refurbished camera and lens I had to get it. First thing I notice is the lens attaches in the opposite way compared to Canon. The little main dial is by the thumb verses by the pointing finger as on Canon. I find both easy to use but some people may have a preference. This little camera has a resolution of 24 megapixels which is a bit more than even my best Canon body the 6D at 20 mp. I played around with it and took some pictures. Even with the kit lens they looked excellent. I actually think I might like the shutter button better than the ones on my Canons. It seems more snappy or something. Some people may compare this camera with Canon's Rebel T5 which is about the same price. Even as a Canon guy this is the better camera. The good points Excellent price and value. Excellent picture quality. Super easy to use. Small and lightweight. Can use any older F mount Nikon lenses without adaptors, though you will need to manually focus old lenses or any non AF-S lenses. 1080 at 60 fps video. The bad points. No touchscreen or tilting screen. No built in wifi or gps. Bit plasticky though no worse than Canon entry level bodies. No autofocus during video as on Canon 70D. Very basic autofocus system though has worked fine for me so far. In summary an excellent basic first dslr or upgrade from a point and shoot camera. Excellent value for money.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: refurbished | Sold by: adoramacamera