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    Default Nikon D3300 Review Discussion

    When the annual Consumer Electronics Show opened on January 6 in Las Vegas, Nikon watchers could be excused if their attention was focused at the top of the DSLR line: Nikon's flagship D4 had just been superseded by the virtually identical-appearing D4s.

    Also announced on January 6 was the D3300, Nikon's entry-level model which at first blush appears virtually identical to the D3200. However, just as with the D4/D4s, the D3300 picks up a sensor that may be different from the D3200 (dimensions are slightly different and more significantly there is no anti-aliasing filter in the D3300) along with an EXPEED 4 processor. The new camera also gains an additional ISO step at the high end of the spectrum, a 1080/60p (or 50p) video capability and an additional frame per second on the continuous shooting rate.



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    It looks like a nice, solid entry-level DSLR that I could easily recommend. It makes me wonder why someone would purchase the more expensive D5300, as the only real advantages I can see with the D5300 are built-in WiFi and a fully articulated LCD screen.
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    Default Re: Nikon D3300 Review Discussion

    Admittedly, I have not been keeping up. Just what does the built-in RAW converter do that the RAW+JPG mode does not?

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    I spent some time at my local Best Buy trying out DSLR's. I was really impressed with the Nikon D3300. Very lightweight, but not cheap feeling. Excellent right hand grip - deep with a rubber coating. Large, bright viewfinder, very sharp, colorful LCD. It would be my pick for an entry level DSLR, provided you're OK with the relatively high price (compared to Canon, Sony and Pentax).
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    Default Re: Nikon D3300 Review Discussion

    Nikon DX (all models) is an especially nice pick if your thing is prime lenses.

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