Evaluation and Pros x Cons Of Nikon D3300 DSLR
The Nikon D3300 is one of the most tempting DSLRs for beginners in this category. Although it belongs to a series of digitals whose image quality has been widely revered by users, Nikon has decided to further enhance that the Nikon D3300, as well as the Nikon D5300 released a few months before, deliver even better photos. For that, it eliminated the smoothing filter (OLPF), present in the overwhelming majority of the digital ones, from the sensor of both cameras. This filter has the mission of avoiding distortions like moiré, but in contrast also reduces the sharpness of the images. Without it, it is expected that, at least theoretically, the images produced by the Nikon D3300 are even more impressive, clear and that even without this filter, they remain free of chromatic distortions.
The Nikon D3300 black
Still the successor to the Nikon D3200, the new camera comes with an Expeed 4 processor, faster than the Nikon D3200’s Expeed 3, allowing the Nikon D3300 to take up to five shots per second in continuous mode, one more than you can the previous model (4 photos per second), a considerable advantage in the coverage of sporting events. His films also outperform those of the Nikon D3200: it offers various recording rates, reaching 60 frames per second in both Full HD and HD videos, all recorded in the progressive system, resulting in better quality, especially when filming action matters.
Right side (top) and Nikon D3300 top view with AF-S 18-55mm lens
An uncommon feature in DSLRs, the Nikon D3300 is capable of creating panoramic images through the handy scanning system: simply rotate the camera to capture wide range of scene. On the other hand, she was left with the HDR function, which in a single click strips and combines photos with different exposures to deliver a high level of detail in both brightness and shadow regions. With reference to this function, the Nikon D3300 offers the “HDR Paint” effect that gives a curious look to the photo, but nothing to do with what is expected of the genuine HDR function. Filters and effects, by the way, are not lacking in the Nikon D3300: it brings rich menu that includes the effect Thumbnail, Toy Camera, Pop, Silhouette, Color Sketch, and so on.
The WU-1a wireless adapter (optional) makes it easy to share photos
The Nikon D3300 features an optical viewfinder with diopter adjustment, auto pop-up flash (no need to remember to lift it or trigger button to trigger when needed), external flash shoe, manual exposure control with priority modes, manual focus, produces RAW files, which are expected in a camera of its kind. It usually comes with the Nikkor AF-S DX 18-55mm f / 3.5-5.6G VR II Nikkor Lens which, retractable, reduces the space that the Nikon D3300 occupies in the pouches.
The Nikon D3300 produces ultra-high resolution (24.2-megapixel) photos and above-average image quality on incoming DSLR cameras in its price range. Precise focus, well-saturated colors and low incidence of chromatic distortion make your photos look very attractive. The level of detail in bathed light environments is impressive.
Its good performance in high ISO sensitivity factors allows you to capture light in dimly lit environments without having to resort to flash. It keeps the details and colors even at high ISO factors such as the 3200. From the 6200 factor the noise becomes more noticeable, requiring greater care.