Nikon D3300 1532 – Overview, Tech Specs, Ratings & Reviews

Nikon D3300 1532 – Overview, Tech Specs, Ratings & Reviews
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Capture every special moment in the lifelike quality it deserves--and have a great time doing it! With its included zoom lens, the new ultra-compact AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II, the D3300 is a small, easy to use HD-SLR. Capture beautiful 24.2-MP photos and 1080p Full HD videos with...   Creating beautiful photos and videos has never been more fun.Life is full of surprising, joyful moments - moments worth remembering. The D3300 makes it fun and easy to preserve those moments in the lifelike beauty they deserve: stunning 24.2-megapixel photos and 1080p Full HD videos with... Bundle Includes Nikon D3300 DX-format Digital SLR Kit w/ 18-55mm DX VR II & 55-200mm DX VR II Zoom Lenses and Case 64GB SDXC Class 10 High Speed Memory Card 52mm UV, Polarizer & FLD Deluxe Filter kit (set of 3 + carrying case) High Speed mini-HDMI to HDMI A/V Cable - 6 Feet 2 x EN-EL14A... Capture every special moment in the lifelike quality it deserves--and have a great time doing it! With its included zoom lens, the new ultra-compact AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II, the D3300 is a small, easy to use HD-SLR. Capture beautiful 24.2-MP photos and 1080p Full HD videos with...
Brand Nikon
Model D3300
Part 1532
Color Black
Package Type Single Lens Kit
Image Sensor CMOS
Image Sensor Size 23.2 mm x 15.4 mm
Gross Pixels 24.7 MP
Effective Pixels 24.2 MP
Dust Cleaning System Image sensor cleaning
Image Processor EXPEED
Resolution DX-format(L) 6,000 x 4,000(M) 4,496 x 3,000(S) 2,992 x 2,000
White Balance AutoCloudyDirect SunlightFlashFluorescent (7 types)IncandescentPreset ManualShade
Viewfinder Type Eye-level Pentamirror Single-Lens Reflex viewfinder
Coverage 95% Horizontal (Approx.)
Magnification 0.85x (Approx.)
Eyepoint 18mm (-1.0m-1)
Dioptric Adjustment -1.7 to +0.5m-1
Focusing Screen Type B BriteView Clear Matte Mark VII screen
Mirror Quick-return type
Viewfinder Information Eye-level Pentamirror Single-Lens Reflex
LCD 3.0" 921K
LCD Coverage 100%
Focus Type Nikon Multi-CAM 1000 autofocus sensor module with TTL phase detection
Focusing Modes Auto AF-S/AF-C selection (AF-A)Continuous-servo (AF-C)Face-Priority AF available in Live View only and D-Movie onlyFull-time Servo (AF-A) available in Live View onlyManual (M) with electronic rangefinderNormal area available in Live View and D-Movie onlyPredictive focus tracking activated automatically according to subject statusSingle-servo AF (AF-S)Wide area available in Live View and D-Movie only
AF Points 11
Focus Lock Focus can be locked by pressing AE-L/AF-L buttonFocus can be locked by pressing shutter-release button halfway (single-servo AF)
Exposure Control Aperture-Priority (A)AutoAuto (flash off)Manual (M)Programmed Auto with flexible Program (P)Shutter-Priority Auto (S)
Exposure Compensation +/-5 EV in increments of 1/3EV
Metering System TTL exposure metering using 420-pixel RGB sensor
ISO Sensitivity ISO 100 -12,800Hi-1 (ISO 25,600)
AE Lock Luminosity locked at detected value with AE-L/AF-L button
Shutter Type Electronically controlled vertical-travel focal-plane
Shutter Speed 1/4000 to 30 sec.
Self-timer 2, 5, 10, 20 sec.; 1 to 9 exposures
Flash Mode AutoAuto with red-eye reductionAuto slow syncAuto slow sync with red-eye reductionFill-flashRear-curtain syncRear-curtain with slow syncRed-Eye reductionRed-Eye reduction with slow syncSlow syncOff
Flash Control TTL: i-TTL flash control using 420-pixel RGB sensor is available with built-in flash and SB-910, SB-900, SB-800, SB-700, SB-600, SB-400 or SB-300; i-TTL balanced fill-flash for digital SLR is used with matrix and center-weighted metering, standard i-TTL flash for digital SLR with spot metering
Flash Exposure Compensation -3 to +1 EV in increments of 1/3 EV
External Flash Supported
Continuous Shooting Speed 5 frames per second
Scene Modes AutoAuto [Flash Off]ChildClose-upLandscapeNight PortraitPortraitSports
Live View Function Live View Shooting: YesLive View Lens servo: Autofocus (AF): Single-servo AF (AF-S); full-time-servo AF (AF-F), Manual focus (MF)Live View AF-area mode:Face-priority AFWide-area AFNormal-area AFSubject-tracking AFLive View Autofocus: Contrast-detect AF anywhere in frame (camera selects focus point automatically when face-priority AF or subject-tracking AF is selected)Live View Scene Auto Selector:Auto modeAuto (flash off) mode
Playback Auto Image RotationFull-Frame and Thumbnail (4, 9, or 72 images or calendar)HighlightsHistogram DisplayImage Comment Movie PlaybackPlayback with ZoomSlideshow
File Format Compliant with DCF (Design Rule for Camera File System) 2.0DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)EXIF 2.3 (Exchangeable Image File Format for Digital Still Cameras)
Image Type Compressed 12-bit NEF (RAW)JPEG: JPEG-Baseline Compliant with fine (approx 1:4), Normal (approx 1:8) or Basic (approx 1:16) CompressionNEF (RAW) + JPEG: Single Photograph Recorded in both NEF (RAW) and JPEG Formats
Recording Media SD / SDHC /SDXC Card
Movie Format MOV
Movie Recording HD 1,920x1,080 / 60 fpsHD 1,920x1,080 / 50 fpsHD 1,920x1,080 / 30 fpsHD 1,920x1,080 / 25 fpsHD 1,920x1,080 / 24 fpsHD 1,280x720 / 60 fpsHD 1,280x720 / 50 fpsVGA 640x424 / 30 fpsVGA 640x424 / 25 fps
Max. Recording Resolution 1920 x 1080
Compatible Lenses AF NIKKOR for F3AF not Supported.AF-S, AF-I: All Functions Supported.AI-P NIKKOR: All Functions Supported Except Autofocus and 3D Color Matrix Metering II.Electronic rangefinder can be used if Maximum Aperture is f/5.6 or Faster.IX NIKKOR Lenses Cannot be Used.Non-CPU: Autofocus not supported. Can be used in mode M, but exposure meter does not function.Other AF NIKKOR: All Functions Supported Except autofocus and 3D Color Matrix Metering II.Type G or D AF NIKKOR: All Functions Supported Except Autofocus.Type D PC NIKKOR: All Functions Supported Except Autofocus and some Shooting Modes.
Lens Mount Nikon F Bayonet Mount
Lens Spec AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II
Battery EN-EL14a Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
Battery Life 700 shots (CIPA)
Dimensions 4.90" x 3.90" x 3.00"
Weight 0.94 lb.
Package Contents D3300 - BlackAF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR IIEN-EL14a Rechargeable Li-ion BatteryMH-24 Battery ChargerEG-CP14 Audio/Video CableUC-E17 USB CableDK-25 Rubber EyecupAN-DC3 Camera StrapBF-1B Body CapNikon ViewNX 2 CD-ROM
Brand Nikon
Model D3300
Part 1532
Color Black
Package Type Body with Lens Kit
Image Sensor CMOS
Effective Pixels 24.0 - 25.9 MP
Image Processor EXPEED
LCD 3.0"
Battery Rechargeable Li-ion Battery Pack
Type Single Lens Kit
Grip Color Black
Body Color Black
Brand Nikon
Model Nikon D3300
Color Black

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  1. Reply
    Charles Seiler March 17, 2014 at 12:00 am

    The Nikon D3300 has some of the best low light and best picture quality of mid level DSLR cameras, in the APS-C sensor size (this is not a full size sensor, but to get a full size sensor you will need to spend about $2000 or $3000 more).Nikon D3300 is rated 30% higher in image quality compared to the Canon 70D.The Nikon D3300 has a slightly larger sensor than the Canon 70D.I was torn between Canon and Nikon. If you look at all the complaints about Canon in the last 1 or 2 years, you will see that they have been going backwards or sideways, while other companies are making huge strides. The Canon 70D is a smooth fast auto-focusing camera that is silent, however if you set it to auto mode and go take pictures they don’t look as good as the Nikon D3300 on auto mode.Comparing pictures side by side with the Canon 70D, the Nikon D3300 has sharper pictures. Zooming in on the photos I took with the 70D yielded a loss of detail. At the same quality settings, same aperture, and shutter speed settings, and with the exact same scene, I am able to zoom in and get better photos from the Nikon D3300, the D3300 really captures crisp photos.The D3300 may be the only camera that doesn’t have image quality problems with the 24 Megapixels. There is a megapixel war going on, although sensor sizes aren’t increasing, which means the image quality isn’t getting better with many cameras, because they are simply trying to cram more pixels with even less light per pixel, which doesn’t help matters. However, the D3300 pulls off the impossible and gets beautiful very sharp photos every time.The D3300 does very good video, it’s glassy smooth and has tremendously good low light video performance, although the focus noise of the lens will intrude on your videos, because you can hear the little motor churning away to maintain focus. You can alternately use manual focus which works just fine for video. Or you can just push the focus button momentarily to get focus and then maintain your distance, and that will allow the lens to stop hunting for focus, which means you won’t hear any noise in your video. To eliminate video focus noise you will need an external mic. The auto focus isn’t super fast in video mode but it does have video auto focus mode, and if you had an external mic you could do simple documentaries or YouTube clips just fine and have very clean, very smooth video.For video you could also consider a Sony HX-300 1080 60P, or the HX-400 which has 24P mode too. I’ve tried the HX-300 and it has nowhere near the low light performance of the Nikon D3300 but it does do really good video and has smooth, fast, silent auto focus, even at up to 50x zoom, which is ridiculous.The Nikon D3300 takes noise free pictures in any lighting conditions (I haven’t tried in total darkness of course). I set it to auto on a black cloudy day, just before rain, and it takes extremely clear pictures with no noise. The same pictures in sunlight were much less sharp, on the Canon 70D. The Canon 70D may be able to match the Nikon if you manually tweak things, but the Nikon doesn’t take bad pictures on Auto mode, where as, the Canon 70D on Auto mode takes very average pictures.I noticed the Canon 70D JPG pictures looked very digitized, and not natural, some were not even usable on auto mode, but the Nikon default JPG pictures look more natural. This is probably caused by better JPG compression on the Nikon? In “Raw” shooting mode I’m sure the Canon 70D has nearly equal image quality but I never did try that.Something to note, the Nikon D3300 does not have a low pass filter on the sensor like most current DSLR’s, so in theory it should shoot sharper photos more easily. The purpose of the low pass filter is to slightly blur pixels to prevent artifacts, and moire. The Nikon figured out a way around this, so it can shoot sharper without a “blur” filter. Canon people don’t seem to care about anything except loyalty to one brand, so good luck explaining this to them! hehe.This is a very small camera, I would say it feels about 50% smaller than a Canon 70D. It is very light. The buttons are all exceptional. The shutter is very loud as most DSLR cameras probably are. Taking pictures is as easy as turning it on and snapping photos. You’ll get amazing results in almost any lighting with this camera.If you want the best quality pictures, and you want to step up to a professional camera without the professional price, here is the camera you want. Image quality is within 1 point of the Nikon D7100. The entry level Canon DSLR mid-frame cameras cannot match the image quality of the newest Nikons.Purchase an 18-200mm lens in the future to give you wide angle room shots, or scenic shots at 18mm, or to zoom in, at 200mm. The stock lens works fine, but it doesn’t zoom in very far. That is something to consider in your purchase because of the price of lenses. However, this camera will last you for years, and it is a good investment.Edit: The low light performance of the D3300 is supposed to be very good compared to older Nikon models. I can attest that this is true. In fact, I am shocked at how good the low light performance is. With the use of a tripod, you can turn down the shutter speed so it stays open for several seconds or longer. The picture I took in a non-lighted region of my house looked identical to a normally lit room with bright crisp exposure, and I was able to use ISO 100 setting, there was NO noise. Now this is something you simply cannot do with a point and shoot camera with a smaller sensor. So exciting!I highly recommend the Nikon D3300 because it does everything very well.

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    KSArnold November 3, 2014 at 12:00 am

    I got this model as I hae used and loved the D3200 and the D3300 has a few changes that sounded interesting. The 3300 is slightly smaller with a new smaller lens and has some new effects that earlier models don’t have. I got a refurbished one at a very good price. These should be just as good as new for a good price so save some money if you can.

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    Thinh April 30, 2015 at 12:00 am

    First time I’ve bought a DSLR camera and it doesn’t make me disappointed at all. I love it, easy to use with guide mode that helps me a lot.

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    JenniferBDC May 10, 2015 at 12:00 am

    The camera came packed well, timely, and has just the right combination of “extras” at a GREAT price! I bought it for my 16 year old daughter as a starter camera. It was simple enough to use without reading any of the instructions — important for a young teen. She learn the nuances in her Photography class in school — but she could still use it right out of the box.The Photos are excellent. I started in the digital camera arena with SLR Canon — which I have been very happy with, This Nikon was less expensive than the updated version of my camera, and the price was better for a comparable camera. I’ve had canons and Nikons (digital and 35mm), and had no complaints with either brand.

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    Andrea Polk July 16, 2015 at 12:00 am

    When I decided to upgrade my camera to a DSLR I knew I wanted it to have an external microphone jack to add a condenser microphone for when I was doing video recording. This relatively simple feature proved not to be on many cameras, so when I spotted the D3300 at a local store I was thrilled to find it had one!This D3300 on Amazon is a refurbished unit that ships with two lenses. It has a rechargable Lithium ion battery that takes about 50 minutes to fully charge, and using the LCD to preview shots taken at the highest stettings and take ‘live view’ photos, you can take about 300 photos on one charge.————What I like about this camera…+ Easy to use in ‘Guide Mode’ which is ideal for beginners.+ Simple setup: format card, charge battery, connect lens and go!+ Lightweight, yet very good build quality.+ 3″ LCD is easy to see and has user-friendly interface.+ Battery life is good even when using the flash and LCD screen a lot.+ 13 Effects for all kinds of cool photo options.+ In camera editing of photos (cropping, softening…)+ Flash modes work well.+ Aperture priority mode gives outstanding, professional portrait results.+ Up to 1080p 60fps video recording.+ Excellent low light performance.+ Good choice for beginners and intermediate DSLR hobbyists.+ Good choice for vloggers who want to capture HD movies in MOV format.+ ‘Auto’ modes work very well!+ Panoramic mode is fantastic and easy to use.+ Wifi adapter is optional (not included).—————–For my uses (video reviews, family photos, product photos) this camera is perfect!I couldn’t be more pleased with this camera. It takes excellent photographs with low noise and beautiful saturation. It’s wonderful for taking family photos, landscapes, portraits, product photography, and more! There are free tutorial videos online that cover its functions in depth which I found very helpful prior to using this camera.I recommend it to anyone who has been using a point and shoot, or their smartphone to take photos and wants a bit more. It’s easy to learn how to use this DSLR and yet there is a lot of room to grow and learn the manual techniques to photography if you want to do so.I’ve owned many cameras, but the D3300 is by far my favorite and one I can see using for a very long time. I highly recommend it for its performance, features and ease of use for non-pro photographers who still want professional results.——————————UPDATE: 12/13/15 – I took a photo of my Mom’s dog on Thanksgiving (without her knowing…) and it turned out so sharp and realistic that I had it blown up on a canvas to 16″ x 20″. It’s stunningly sharp and when I gave it to her (yes, a tad early, but I just couldn’t wait…) she loved it! **It’s the dog with the purple background in my uploaded photo samples.Without this camera that photo would not be possible. Really love this camera more each time I use it!____________________________

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    Joshua MacDonald July 17, 2015 at 12:00 am

    I bought this camera before going on a road trip to Yellowstone National Park. I took some classes to get more familiar with shooting in the manual mode. I absolutely love this camera. It is my first DSLR, and I’m happy I went with Nikon. I have taken some great photos with it and it’s held up quite nicely. I think it’s a great starter DSLR.

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    Andrew Smith August 26, 2015 at 12:00 am

    This product came exactly as described. I absolutely love the pictures both for their quality and increased lighting you receive with using a DSLR opposed to a cell phone or pocket digital camera. The quality of my photos are so superior to regular point & shoot pictures (from cell phone or pocket sized digital cameras) that I have been asked to take pictures for a friends wedding in lieu of them hiring a photographer! The more you play with the camera the better you will become at using it.The built in features of the camera are great because it allows for simple quick editing.I use both lens frequently and the extra batteries come in handy! I am able to shoot for days without worrying about whether or not I’ll run out of battery power. The added bonus of the portable battery charger that works in the car is just that, a BONUS! I never thought I would want that until my family and I took a family vacation. Again, I never had to be worried about being without battery power!

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    Joe- Boca Raton, FL October 1, 2015 at 12:00 am

    Bought d3300 refurbished everything seemed great. Never really had time to test out the lenses. Six months later I traveled to Costa Rica with the 18-55mm and the 55-200mm included in this package, and the 55-200mm lens began to fog up internally. Which means it is improperly sealed. My vacation was now a few photos short due to the lack of a zoom lens. Not saying they will all be like this, Just test your lenses thoroughly before the 90 day warranty is up.

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    gameshoes November 28, 2015 at 12:00 am

    As a beginner camera, it’s hard to go wrong with this one. Buying refurbished was also a great experience. Don’t be afraid of the refurbished label, it’s pretty much brand new. New buyers, please do heavily consider buying refurbished or used equipment. Buying new often drains you of your money. Even if you’re buying photography equipment as a gift for someone else, buying used/refurbished is still a good idea. I have now taken about 7,000 pictures since obtaining this camera 3 months ago and it’s been a great experience as a beginner photographer.I personally bought the bundle that includes the 18-55 and the 55-200 lens. Despite the 5 star rating, I would heavily suggest for anyone to just buy the body and then a better. I would personally recommend using the Nikon 35mm 1.8G DX lens. I pretty much never used the 18-55 lens when I got the 35mm lens. If you don’t like prime lenses, try the Sigma 18-35 f1.8 but that’s significantly more expensive. The 55-200 lens works alright, but I would also suggest looking for something better; I personally use the Sigma 50-150 f2.8 OS lens which I found used. The two lenses that came with this camera aren’t bad though and will satisfy many users. Many beginners may not care about the sharpness of their lens, but I at least do. Keep in mind also that proper technique will always trump better lenses, so put some money into training whether that would be through classes or books. However, better lenses will always help, there’s no downside to having better glass.Now some buyers may be looking at the D5300/D5500 as other potential buys. Those cameras have the same sensor so picture quality will pretty much be the same. Those higher-end APS-C cameras though do have additional features, such as bracketing, and more focus points. I kind of wish that I had bought the D5300/5500 instead but the D3300 has done a wonderful job and has not let me down. I also couldn’t have known how much I would’ve liked photography back then. If you’re buying this as a gift, you won’t be risking as much of your money on a useless gift. I personally know one friend who got a D5300 as a gift and she’s only used it twice over the past year.My final thoughts:The D3300 is an excellent beginner’s camera and will serve you well. I heavily incentivize buying refurbished though. I personally don’t think that buying at full retail price is worth it. If you’re a beginner, you’re only going to move up and switch camera bodies (either the D5000/7000 series, or full-frame) eventually so don’t waste your money. Buy refurbished/used. I would also recommend buying the body only and purchasing a Nikkor 35mm f1.8G DX lens for starters.

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    alejandro ramgoolam November 28, 2015 at 12:00 am

    I have been using this camera just over 8 months now and I am very pleased with the performance of this camera in casual shooting and it has even managed to hold its own for me when tasked with some light event photography. The camera body is fairly light in hand in comparison to other DSLRs such as its predecessors the nikon 3200 and 3100 and it is also considerably less bulky than the 5300 and all 7000 series dslrs which make this camera very convenient for out door work. In portraiture the kit lens do more then you would expect in terms of quality; they are relatively fast autofocusing (for a kit lens) and the new VR2 lens design makes them much more compact than their predecessors as well. As a new photographer with this being the first DSLR I have ever owned I have found that through use of these lens that they are out grown fairly quickly. After a couple months of use the 55-200mm VR2 kit lens became inadequate in terms of its zoom capabilities. Despite that the biggest difference between a DSLR and a point and shoot is the ability to use different lens actually stopping to get your 55-200 lens and switch it with your 18-55 or vice versa nearly always causes you to miss the shot. For this reason I would recommend investing is a sigma(a third party company) 18-250mm lens and forgo purchasing the 18-55 and 55-200 since it will not require upgrading nearly as fast as the kit lens.It is the holiday season and the internet is flooded with inexperienced parents doing there holiday shopping as trying to figure out what all those acronyms mean and may be thinking that the magnitude of the number on the zoom is the soul factor on quality of a lens. If this may be you here is what you should know about this product.-Brand Nikon-Nikon makes two types of DSLRs FX sensor bodies and DX sensor bodies. FX sensor bodies are larger and there image quality is higher but so is their price; DX sensor bodies are smaller (since the DX sensor is smaller than the FX sensor) but their images are more noisy than that of and FX body-Noise is when a picture looks like there are grains of sand on it or white particles.(Noise is genernally unpleasant)-ISO is light sensitivity. When shooting in a darker are you increase your ISO to make the image brighter. The higher the ISO the more noisy the shot becomes. On this camera the noise produced between ISO 100-1600 is negligable. The noise at ISO 3200-6400 is noticeable but still manageable. The noise produced at ISOs higher than ISO 6400 I have found can make the shots unusable. (That is my opinion not necessarily through for someone else).-Shutter Speed is the amount of time light is allowed to come in contact with the shutter whilst taking a single image.Shutter speed is measured in seconds and fractions of a second. The highest shutter speed(smallest amount of time) on this camera is 1/4000 of a second.-Aperture is size of the opening in the lens in which light can pass through.-ISO, Shutter Speed and Aperture control image exposure on digital cameras- Image Exposure is how much light comes in contact with your cameras sensor when taking a single image.(How bright or how dark your image is)-This camera comes with Zoom lens-Prime lens are lens that do not zoom. Zoom lens are more convenient but prime lens produce images of significantly greater quality-The 18-55mm kit lens paired with a reverse ring does excellent macros-Macros are photos of small things so that they look big when scaled up for example a picture of a flyIn summary this camera will give high quality performance in use and is very reliable with superior battery life to its predecessor the D3200 and comparable image quality to that of it 5000 series counter part the D5300 but the kit lens are not the best. They are good when it comes to kit lenses but they are just trumped in terms of quality produced by other equivalently priced prime lens. Thankyou for reading and I hope my revue was helpful and made your DSLR shopping experience easier. Happy Holidays.

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    Mike March 10, 2016 at 12:00 am

    Great item! This is my first DSLR and I am very satisfied with this product! The accessories that come with the camera are great too. Some camera kits on amazon tend to include excessive, low quality accessories to make buyers think they are getting more for their money. However with this kit, everything is great quality.FYI- the memory card I received was actually a 64gb micro SD card that came with an SD card adapter. Also, the tripod that comes with the camera is useless; it’s only about 3 inches tall and has trouble supporting the weight of the camera.Also, I’d recommend getting a sd to micro USB/ USB card reader to quickly transfer files!

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    Emmie November 8, 2016 at 12:00 am

    I LOVE this camera. Its been on numerous trips with me, such as North Carolina, Washington DC, the Adirondacks, Cape Cod, Baltimore, and so many more. The quality is SUPER nice, and the audio from videos is VERY crisp. This was my first DSLR, and I would recommend this to anybody whos looking for a nice simple DSLR with auto and manual settings. Ive had this caera for almost a year now as well and its highly durable! Its been in boats, cars, tree tops, boxes, waterproof bags, you name it. I love my little D3300 and I hope you will too!! 100 outta 5 stars! (if you like my photos follow me on instagram @emmie.phorourke)

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