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Nikon D3300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Zoom Lens (Grey)

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  • 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity with adapter (not included)
  • EXPEED 4 Image Processing
  • 1080P Full HD video recording with sound
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Color: Grey | Style: Body + 18-55mm
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Product Details

Color: Grey | Style: Body + 18-55mm
  • Product Dimensions: 4.9 x 3 x 3.9 inches ; 15.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00HQ4W326
  • Item model number: 1534
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,970 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 6, 2014

Product Description

Color: Grey | Style: Body + 18-55mm

From the Manufacturer

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 vibrant colors and softly blurred backgrounds, then share them instantly with your compatible smartphone and the optional WU-1a Wireless Adapter. Whether you're creating high-resolution panoramas, adding fun special effects or recording dazzling HD video with sound, the D3300 will bring you endless joy, excitement and memories—just like the special moments of your life.

Product photo of the Nikon D3300 D-SLR inset with EXPEED 4 logo

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 tack-sharp details, vibrant colors and softly blurred backgrounds. 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 and light HD-SLR and easy to use, too. Like sharing photos? The D3300 photos can appear instantly on your compatible smartphone or tablet for easy sharing with the optional WU-1a Wireless Adapter*! Whether you're creating high-resolution panoramas, adding artistic special effects or recording HD video with sound, the D3300 will bring you endless joy, excitement and memories—just like the special moments of your life.



Nikon D3300 photo of a baby's hands and feet inset with the wide shot of the entire baby

Beautiful memories made easy

Create stunning lifelike photos and HD videos

Taking snapshots with a smartphone is convenient, but are those photos good enough for preserving precious moments? The D3300's new EXPEED 4 lets you shoot at high speeds up to 5 frames per second, shoot in low light with high ISO sensitivity, create high-resolution panoramas and much more. Your 24.2-megapixel photos and 1080p Full HD videos will be so impressive, so rich with detail† and color—so lifelike—they'll bring back the feelings of the moments they capture.

Use your smartphone with it

Share photos instantly with your compatible smartphone or tablet

Attach the optional WU-1a Wireless Adapter and marvel as the photos you take with the D3300 instantly appear on your compatible smartphone or tablet. Share your favorite shots without missing a beat—text them, email them, upload them to your favorite social networking sites—it's your choice! You can even use your compatible smartphone or tablet as a remote monitor for the D3300. See what the camera sees and fire the shutter, perfect for self-portraits and group photos that actually include you.

Nikon D3300 panorama photo of mountains and their reflections in water showing special effects

Impress with every shot

Spectacular panoramas, Guide Mode and fun Special Effects

Using the D3300 is super easy—and a blast. Can't get the whole scene into your frame? Turn on Easy Panorama Mode and pan across the scene—the D3300 will capture the entire view as a high-resolution panoramic image. It's that easy! Guide Mode gives step-by-step help when you need it (it's like having an expert at your side), and you can easily get creative with built-in Image Effects, filters and more. You even get to choose which color you want for your D3300—black, grey or red!.

Photo of the Nikon D3300 and hats and sunglasses on a blanket on the grass showing lightweight design

Take it everywhere

Compact, lightweight and reliable

The D3300 is a small and light HD-SLR camera even when paired with the included AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II lens, which has a new ultra-compact design. The combination is designed to fit comfortably in your hands, and all of the D3300's buttons and dials are positioned for convenient, efficient operation. You'll take the D3300 everywhere you go, which means you'll bring home all the beautiful memories of your activities.



Nikon D3300 photo of an amusement park ride on the LCD showing Full HD video capture capabilities.

Capture the sights and sounds

The D3300 doesn't only take great photos, it takes dazzling 1080p Full HD video with sound, too! Record smooth, ultra-sharp HD movies you can play back on your HDTV or upload to video sites. You can even apply those fun special effects for more creativity!





Supplied Accessories

  • AN-DC9 Strap
  • EN-EL14a Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • MH-24 Quick Charger
  • UC-E6 USB Cable
  • BF-1B Body Cap
  • DK-26 Eyepiece Cap
  • DK-17 Eyepiece
  • ViewNX 2


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Product Description

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 vibrant colors and softly blurred backgrounds, then share them instantly with your compatible smartphone and the optional WU-1a Wireless Adapter. Whether you"re creating high-resolution panoramas, adding fun special effects or recording dazzling HD video with sound, the D3300 will bring you endless joy, excitement and memories--just like the special moments of your life.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I still love this camera, the image was awesome and you can easy to set manual options. Captures the best quality of images so far! Read more ›
Works great, perfect entry level DSLR…Still working out how to use all of the features and how to operate it with more manual control, but so far the results are terrific. Read more ›
Love it! The images are sooo perfect and the manual is so easy to follow and it comes in Spanish also. Read more ›
I made a correct decison after buying this camera, i did alot of researched but this one is just perfect for me, the photo quality is unbelievably sharp and crisp. Its… Read more ›
I did my research before I bought this camera...the camera is so user friendly and the pictures are stunning. This is very easy to use with the built in guide...so you… Read more ›
Relatively easy to take good pictures out of the box, with opportunities to make improvements with more experience. Meets my needs. Read more ›
Wonderful camera, worked like a charm for a recent trip to South Africa. Easy to use but I must admit that I put it on automatic and went from there. Camera pros might see… Read more ›
Great camera and easy to use. If there is anything I would complain about it is the ease at which you can get into the point-and-shoot mode when the camera has so many… Read more ›
Good for any events. Easy to used. Read more ›
Easy to use in Auto mode. A plethora of features. Read more ›
I had a Sony NEX 5 and sold it to try this Nikon. I adored the Sony - and this camera is ending up as an easy to use, full faceted beast. I've bought a super macro lens for… Read more ›
It is small and compact, nice and distinguishable colour (it was for my girlfriend). Easy to use and the pictures are great! Read more ›
Noise removal with Nik's Define is an option too. The new 18-55 is an excellent lens and a little sharper than the older 18-55. Still both are great lenses that I use a lot. Read more ›
it is working great... The lens that comes with it might not be enough for a learning student. So buy some good lenses. Read more ›
it is working great... The lens that comes with it might not be enough for a learning student. So buy some good lenses. It's a great product for a learning student. Read more ›
Obviously, the camera takes fantastic images. I was impressed with the new lens. It is very compact and convenient. Read more ›
The camera grip is very smooth and big enough to allow…I also like how the lens retract, allowing the camera to be more compact and take up less space in your camera bag. Read more ›
I really like the kit lens. I do not know it it is available for purchase separately. Read more ›
I also like how the lens retract, allowing the camera to be more compact and take up…The camera's menus and functions are very easy to use even when not using GUIDE Mode. Read more ›
Cannon has the functions built into the lens which allow this... nikon needs to hurry up and figure out a way to do this as it is a problem with not only this camera but… Read more ›
It has the same processor, image sensor, and kit lens as the D5300. It also has the easy panorama mode. Another enticing feature for a newbie is the guide feature. Read more ›
Vibration reduction lens Easy to use menu system Read more ›
I have been a fan of Nikon's Entry level DSLR cameras including…All of these cameras have great image quality, are reasonably small and light with intuitive controls. M… Read more ›
The D5300 has a fold out screen, and the other cameras allow for easier bracketing, HDR, more external flash possibilities and they may be built more ruggedly with a better… Read more ›
If this…The focus speed is very fast the shutter speed and ability to take rapid photos especially of a moving baby is excellent and blows my older d3000 out of the water. Read more ›
View finder - While the focus is great, the view finder isn't the best i've seen. For most part of my shooting, I find it sufficient but on some situations its not so great. Read more ›
I may need more time to find the best way to do this on this camera. However when there was ample light, the focusing was as fast as I need it to be to get birds in flight. Read more ›
Continuous release mode has a maximum of 5 fps and up to 100 photographs can be taken in succession. The autofocus feature is fast and very easy to use. However, I should… Read more ›
Getting it to focus properly manually, was a bit of a challenge given the subject and the distance, but that was a function of manual focus and the photographer, not the… Read more ›
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… Read more ›
Amazing pics, great price. Read more ›
The other ones that I was looking at were Nikon 5100, Nikon 5200, Canon SL1. Of these, the D3300 was clearly the best value for money. Another plus is that the entry level… Read more ›
Again Canon, Pentax, and Sony make great SLRs, but Nikon has a strong entry level value proposition. The balance of excellent image quality, high resolution, and a nice… Read more ›
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… Read more ›
Zoom lenses can be expensive and you should be ready to spend at least half of what you pay for the camera for your first zoom lens, with progressively more for longer… Read more ›
So far, with relatively limited use (but including several fairly short videos just to test that out), battery life is excellent. I have yet to recharge! Read more ›
There's so much to learn when transitioning from point-and-shoot to a…The battery life is pretty good - even since I've begun shooting in RAW, I really can't complain. I… Read more ›
Auto focus is relatively fast. Battery life is good. The kit lens isn't the best, but it is a good all-round lens for learning. Read more ›
My first use of the camera produced outstanding battery performance, some 650 pictures (using the viewfinder, not the "live view"). Subsequent charges, however, haven't… Read more ›
In spending more time familiarizing myself with the menus and functions, the battery drain occurs that much faster -- only about 200 shots were captured before I had to… Read more ›
The video quality is very nice. Of course audio isn't going to be studio quality, but that should not be expected. Read more ›
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,… Read more ›
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… Read more ›
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… Read more ›
You get a great sensor, which honestly has too much…It's not just the number pixels, as they offer an outstanding image quality and a great deal of ISO flexibility. If… Read more ›
Hitting the "i" button also brings up a screen that allows one to quickly change ISO, metering mode and focusing so I am not really bothered by the need for diving into… Read more ›
Both cameras delivered excellent high ISO results with similar ISO performance through ISO 3200 (I really do not like shooting past ISO 3200). High ISO performance on the… Read more ›
I take mostly family photos, sports (Rugby) and some wildlife. The pictures are sharp and have great detail, the VR lenses are fantastic. My problem is that at a normal… Read more ›
This new kit lens is smaller and lighter than its predecessor and…Perhaps more significantly, this lens is sharper capturing more detail than the older kit lens. Read more ›
I read about a "low pass filter" being removed in order to provide greater image detail. However, I honestly did not see any difference in the detail being captured by the… Read more ›
The one difference is that in full manual exposure mode (where you're setting both aperture and shutter), you have to use a single dial for both (moving the dial changes… Read more ›
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… Read more ›
Light is unevenly distributed and can be quite harsh. An external flash with bounce capabilities (ie SB-400) greatly enhances exposure and color. Read more ›
User friendly and the grey color looks really chic!!! The camera is Just nice size for having in my bag:) Read more ›
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… Read more ›
My hands are not huge, but they're larger than…Yet it is not too small - in fact, I like the size even better than my old D-70, I think (and I really liked that camera). Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

143 of 151 people found the following review helpful By Reverend Sparkly Picklepants on May 2, 2014
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I'm a full time photographer and an artist. I've been doing this for almost 2 decades. I've used a Nikon D90 for the past five years. Before that, I used a Nikon D70 for five years. As you can tell, I don't obsess over gear or gadgets. I buy a new camera when my current one is failing or falling apart. I want to spend my time making images, not shopping. No camera takes great photographs or bad ones. Artistry, craft, knowledge, and experience (not to mention luck) is what makes a great photograph, whether you're using a Leica or a shoe box with a pin hole. If you don't understand this, than the rest of my brief review will make absolutely no sense to you, and you can go back to looking at charts and graphs on digital camera review sites.

If you can't take amazing photographs with this camera, you can't take amazing photographs period. Spending more money on a higher end camera is a waste of money for you.

If you can take amazing photographs with this camera, than spending more money on a higher end camera is (most likely) a waste of money for you. Spend the money you save on a good lens or a weekend trip to a place that would be interesting to shoot.

What it comes down to is this: this camera has the best combination of image quality, features, handling, size/weight, and price on the market right now. The kit lens is $250 when purchased separately. That means you're paying $350 for the D3300 body. That is an incredible deal.

Going from a D90 to this camera, I gave up a couple of buttons/dials, but I don't miss them in the least. The settings I change on a regular basis (aperture, shutter, exposure compensation, ISO, etc) can all be set just as quickly and easily on the D3300 as on the D90.
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165 of 181 people found the following review helpful By Ken on February 11, 2014
Style Name: Body + 18-55mmColor Name: Black
I have been a fan of Nikon's Entry level DSLR cameras including specifically the D3xxx and D5xxx series. All of these cameras have great image quality, are reasonably small and light with intuitive controls. Most of these Nikons improved with each new generation.

The Nikon D3300 is smaller and lighter than its predecessors, the D3200 and D3100. It is also considerably smaller and lighter than the D5200, the somewhat more advanced entry level Nikon DSLR. The biggest physical change in this kit is the new "VRii" 18-55mm lens. This new kit lens is smaller and lighter than its predecessor and 'collapses' into about 2/3 its size when not being used. Perhaps more significantly, this lens is sharper capturing more detail than the older kit lens.

The reduced size and weight of the D3300 appears to be Nikon's response to Canon's 100D/SL1. Although the SL1 and D3300 are about the same size and weight, the D3300 has a better/larger grip and is more comfortable (to me anyway) than the SL1.

Although the D3300 is the eventual replacement for the D3200, I purchased the D3300 in anticipation of replacing my D5200 assuming that this newer camera would have improved image quality over last year's models. I was actually somewhat disappointed as I preferred the image quality of the older D5200. That is not to say that the D3300 is not an excellent camera because actually it is.

My testing was limited to still indoor shooting (it is already dark outside when I come home from work). I compared the D3300 to the D5200 shooting identical scenes using 3 different lenses under various lighting conditions.

Both cameras delivered excellent high ISO results with similar ISO performance through ISO 3200 (I really do not like shooting past ISO 3200).
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88 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Charles Seiler on March 17, 2014
Style Name: Body + 18-55mmColor Name: Black
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.
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