Best Nikon D3300 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals & Sales 2020:
Size, weight and image quality make the Nikon D3300 an excellent, discreet and space-saving DSLR camera. Its price and its simple operation to understand make it a good reflex to begin.
With slightly improved image quality and slightly improved performance, the Nikon D3300 offers a modest improvement over its predecessor the D3200 . Enough to get past some competitors, but not enough to distract buyers on a tight budget from the D3200.
- 1 Best Nikon D3300 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals & Sales 2020
- 1.1 1. Nikon D3300 w/ AF-P DX 18-55mm VR Digital SLR – Black
- 1.2 2. Nikon D3300 DX-format DSLR Kit w/ 18-55mm DX VR II & 55-200mm DX VR II Zoom Lenses and Case (Black)
- 1.3 3. Nikon D3300 Digital SLR Camera Body Only – Black (24.2MP) 3.0 inch LCD
- 1.4 4. Nikon D3300 DSLR Body (Black) w/ 35mm F/1.8G
- 1.5 5. Nikon D3300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR with Auto Focus-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Zoom Lens (Red)
Best Nikon D3300 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals & Sales 2020
2. Nikon D3300 DX-format DSLR Kit w/ 18-55mm DX VR II & 55-200mm DX VR II Zoom Lenses and Case (Black)
5. Nikon D3300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR with Auto Focus-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Zoom Lens (Red)
The Nikon D3300 improves image quality compared to the D3200. Most shots even surprise with their level of detail and sharpness with this 24 megapixel sensor without low-pass filter. All for a price around 600 euros! JPEGs at 3,200 ISO are much less noisy than their equivalents taken with the D3200. Raw (RAW) files have the same quality gains. Two findings that show the improvements made by Nikon to its image processing process over the past two years. JPEGs are very clean up to ISO 400 and display only a few small artifacts up to ISO 1600. Depending on the type of shooting, the photos can be used up to ISO 6,400. Then, the colors lose their liveliness and the range of tones is too compressed to be interesting.
The colors remain true and there is a reasonable amount of detail in the dark and light areas of an image. A very good point for a device at this price. The video is also very correct too, even in low light.
Even if overall, the Nikon D3300 is faster than the D3200 and many of its competitors, it still remains “quite slow” (a very relative concept) in the trigger. The objective delivered by default, far from being a thunderbolt of war, is probably not for nothing. It takes half a second to get started, focus and take the picture. The time to focus and take the photo in good light conditions is around 0.4 seconds, and increases to 0.6 seconds when the latter seriously degrade. It is also fast enough to take two photos consecutively, with 0.2 seconds difference in both RAW and JPEG.
Performance in LiveView mode remains poor, with an average of two seconds to focus and shoot.
The device however offers an excellent burst mode with a frame rate of 5.1 frames per second (about 4.4 in RAW mode) with a “high performance” SD card at 95 MB / s , without any real slowdown in terms of setting. on point. However, the autofocus does not really follow this speed and therefore a large number of shots are blurred.
The viewfinder does not really evolve: always small and dark. But it’s not really a surprise on an SLR that is positioned at the entry level. The LCD screen is also the same, but it has a correct size of 3 inches diagonally (about 7.6 cm) for a definition of 921,000 points. It is neither tactile nor articulated but shows itself to be bright and reasonably visible in direct sunlight.
Design and features
The case almost looks exactly like that of the D3200 (which itself had only slightly improved compared to the D3100). With its very contained dimensions (12.4 x 9.8 x 7.55 cm) and its weight (460 g), the D3300 is a compact and light digital SLR. It ensures a good and comfortable grip. At the top of the handle is the start button and the trigger. Just behind, arranged in a circular fashion, is a trio consisting of a video recording button that is sometimes difficult to press, a shortcut to access the exposure compensation and the information display button. The notched mode selection dial offers the typical assortment with manual, semi-automatic and automatic modes plus guide mode and special effects mode.
Nikon has slightly redesigned the guide mode. It offers an easy operation which, like the Automatic mode, gives access to a limited number of settings, and like the advanced mode, describes the appropriate parameters for the chosen scenario. This allows you to adjust these parameters yourself knowingly.
The Nikon D3300 offers a programmable function button. You can assign parameters such as image quality, sensitivity, white balance, or activate D-Lighting. This button is positioned under your left thumb.
At the back, we find the classic Nikon ergonomics. On the left side, the Play, Menu, Zoom +, Zoom – and Info buttons. Nikon has redesigned the navigation and selection pad to allow diagonal movement, which is useful for selecting an autofocus point, for example.
The SD card slot, located in the extension of the grip of the handle, is more accessible. The battery is located opposite. The implementation of Nikon’s interactive display is still as successful as ever. The settings options now appear juxtaposed with the parameters, no need to scroll through the options.
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