Nikon D3300 HDSLR 2 Lens Bundle with 18-55mm VR II and 55-300mm VR Lenses (Black)
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- 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS sensor
- Wi-Fi Connectivity with adapter (not included)
- 1080P Full HD video recording with sound
- 5 Frames per second Continous Shooting
- Compact, lightweight and reliable
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|Maximum Focal Length||55 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||24.2 MP|
|Package Height||7.8 x 10.4 x 13.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||5.85 pounds|
|Video Capture Format||mpeg-4:h.264|
|Viewfinder Type||optical viewfinder|
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|Maximum Focal Length||55 millimeters||300 millimeters||55 millimeters||300 millimeters||55 millimeters||55 millimeters|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||24.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels||24.2 megapixels|
Life is full of moments that you won't want to miss – don't miss out on those memories. The Nikon D3300 make is easy to capture those memories that are truly lifelike: Superb 24.2-megapixel photos and 1080p Full HD videos deliver in every moment. The Nikon D3300 comes with the new ultra-compact Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II lens. Smaller and more agile than the previous version make this lens a must have to ultimate portability. And if you like to share your photos, the Nikon D3300 has the capability to upload your photos to your computer or Wi-Fi enabled devise with the optional WU-1a Wireless Adapter. (sold separately)
And that's not all the Nikon D3300 can do. It's also packed with high-speed continuous shooting up to 5 frames per second, an easy panoramic mode for breathtaking scenics and fun artistic special effects, perfect for sharing. Leave your smartphone in your pocket and preserve your life most precious moments in the quality they deserve!
Includes:<ul> <li>Nikon D3300 DX-Format Digital SLR Kit with 18-55mm VR II Lens (Black)</li> <li>Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Telephoto Zoom Lens</li> </ul>
Top Customer Reviews
Cameras have changed since then. This has a meaty motor driven throaty click of the shutter.
It is nicely hefty but balanced. You can charge the battery and take pictures immediately , or go
into dial and aperatures and f modes and all sorts of settings, great for learning
I am impressed. The prime lens is accurate and bright. It really captures the light. I am happy with it.
I ordered some Tiffen filters for protection, and effects also. I got the 300 mm AF VR Nikkor lens
with it. I was ecstatic to find a bundle like this as most everyone has the older non VR lens, and
especially in a 300mm. I was going to go with the 200mm, but when I found this, I jumped for joy.
I love action pictures and nature, so getting a fast bright af vr long lens is amazing. I still don't
need a tripod as this camera is fast! Of course with the long lens, if I was in one spot I would use
a tripod. The lag between your brain, eyes to finger on shutter and from shutter to lens to
mirror is much much quicker than old Nikon dslr. Shoots in lots of modes, including RAW.
So far, the only thing that bugs me is the stupid lens cover and you have to unlock the lens on
the camera to use it. Weird. The lens cover you have to pinch in the front to pull it out from the
lens, if you have clodhopper fingers, good luck.And, there isn't a string connecting the lens cover
to the camera. This is an easy lose for anyone. I bought some of those clear glue dots
and stuck one on the cap and onto a nice camera string; some come with the glue dots
already attached; so you won't lose the lens cap so fast. And then you have to push a button on the
side of the lens and rotate it so the lens can get unlocked position out to a working length.
I am trying to figure out if I can just leave the lens unlocked and out.
There was no reason to get the D7200 or whatever. This D3300 is faster, lighter, more accurate, more
pixels, than the more money Nikons. If I can happily use this camera and save a few thousand
bucks, why would I get a fancy schmancier one? Maybe I will save for a full frame, and trade
up to a mirrorless/ but let me see the numbers come down first and not be so trendy. Nikon
keeps the jump in price between the entry level cameras like this one is called (believe me
when I say this puppy takes incredible sharp bright smack on pix) and then jumps
skyward up into the $2000.00 range and then on up. This D3300 is just as good in my
opinion as the more costly ones. It really is all about you, the photographer and not the
camera. Take classes, try tricks, and use the D3300 as part of your arm. Don't leave
home without it.
This camera came with everything I need. The item description was lacking in detail, but I
called the seller and he obviously had no idea of which camera I was asking about. He was
confused and didn't know about the Amazon bundle I was calling about. But that was ok,
as he assured me that everything that comes with a Nikon camera was in that box. That
was what I needed to know. Charger, battery, usb cable, computer video cables, software,
typical fat manual for Nikon lovers, and a CD instruction. No Simm chip card, you have
to buy your own, any gig size you want. Oh yeah, there isn't a wifi capable built into this
body. You can buy an additional piece to upload wifi but I don't ever need that.
I am a Nikon girl. Always have been. Tried them all but nothing clicks like a Nikon
in my book. Damn things worked in the Northwest Territories at minus 50 Farenheit.
I hope this little workhorse can stand up to it also.
As a person who had never owned more than a point and shoot digital camera, I spent weeks researching before I purchased this as my first DSLR camera and I have been extremely pleased with it ever since.
The D3300 is Nikon's budget DSLR but don't confuse cheap for poor quality. Now, I'm sure that if I was a professional photographer who was an expert in the field, I could tell the difference in photo quality between this and some thing from Nikon's top line but as a simple armature photographer let me just say that this camera takes amazing photos. There is of course a learning curve that you will have to over come when it comes to using this, or any other DSLR for that matter, so if this is your first DSLR make sure you also purchase a book or some form of learning material. I recommend "Nikon D3300 For Dummies"Nikon D3300 For Dummies
Once you are able to familiarize your self with this camera, you wont want to put it down. There are so many setting you can experiment with and the 55-300mm lens is just fun! After a few weeks of owning this, I went on my first backpacking trip with it and I was amazed at some of the photos I came back with. Sadly my computer is currently down and I am unable to share some of them with you.
There is absolutely nothing negative that I can say about this camera. Unless you have a very specific camera in mind for your first DSLR, or maybe money isn't an option and you want to spend thousands of dollars, I can not recommend this camera highly enough.
Also, prices vary but with this bundle you save approx. $100.
Don't forget a bag and memory card!