camera quality is very good. I Purchased this product in April 2017 in an amount of 22449/-. after uses of 5 and half month, its lens is not working properly. means the lens is not being focused the objects and do not take photos. So it sad for me. I will go service center tomorrow and will fix it ,
No words to explain. Actually it's a double kit lens kit and they removed zoomlens. Apart from that everything as explained. Super image quality and no complaints about Nikon d3300. Amazing battery life... I'm yet to explore more.... Amazon delivery was on time.
The best entry level DSLR ... 24mp with 60fps 1080 p videos and at an affordable price. All you need is a Fast lens and a zoomlens and you are all set. Check out some of my images from this Bad boy. Pics are edited btw.
I purchased this camera for the purpose of having a great travel camera, and a "go to" camera when I don't feel like lugging along a lot of equipment. The image quality is superb. Where the D3300 really excels over the 3100 & 3200 is the ISO range. It takes beautiful shots in lower natural lighting situations, but realize that the lens has something to do with this as well. There were some complaints about the camera, but again, I believe this to be due to the limitations of the included kit lens (which has a limited range of aperture & depth of field). The settings on the camera can only go so far as the lens allows. It would be best to match your lens with the type(s) of photography you like to do rather than expecting the camera to work like a point and shoot. As far as the image processing and video the camera performs very well. Nikon D3300 is very easy to use, and would be a perfect entry level camera for the anyone not familiar with DSLRs. There are tons of features with this camera, and some interesting modes for certain effects that are quite simply fun & easy for anyone to use. If you'd like the ease of a point and shoot camera yet want much more professional looking and beautiful images, this is the camera for you. Realize that you may need lenses (prime, longer range zoom, or macro) to get the most from this camera, that's up to you in choosing what matches your needs. Personally, I'd purchase it again in a heartbeat, and am looking forward to using it during my travels and the holidays. I'm very pleased. Highly recommended!
Nice camera. The pics qulity is awesome. But only back drop is it comes with one lens i.e 18-55 lens. You can't zoom in too much.if you want to be professional photographer go for 55-250 lens. And the dealer delivered it in three days. Buy it at deddfoler.
Best Camera for family and photography amateurs. Image stabilisation is pretty good. Zoom is not that good with the 18-55 mm lens. Go for 55-200 mm lens if you are looking for more landscape photography. Quite less noise in low light clicks.
Nikon has released a new kit lens in 2016 that is compatible with D3300. There are various kit lenses before it. This is what you need to understand : AF- S 18-55mm VR - oldest AF- S 18-55mm VR II - old AF- P 18-55mm VR- latest
The "P" stands for a stepping motor, a newer technology which makes the lens significantly quieter (almost silent) and slightly faster. The new lens has also slightly better performance at wide open settings. And it has VR- Vibration Reduction for image stabilization. You can read the Ken Rockwell review of this lens.
I've seen many people being angry at the seller for sending them the AF-P VR lens which is the latest, complaining that they did not get the VR II lens. You should be actually thanking them for sending you the latest lens and not the old one.
The new Kit lens requires a firmware update for Nikon D3300( V1.01). But the orders placed now and afterwards will receive cameras with the latest firmware inbuilt.
About the camera, you know its the best. Splendid image quality equivalent to higher end Nikon DX cameras. So even if you buy the D7200, there wouldn't be a big difference in image quality. The controls n features change.
Reasons why you might want to consider Canon 1200D(1300D has no worthy improvement) : 1) You want DSLR quality photos. Nikon just does it better. But Canon's still a DSLR with a big sensor. Great photos there too. 2) If you don't shoot RAW or if you don't post process your photos, get the Canon. (This is where Nikon's sensor really shines, at getting the fine details back) 3) You will get the 2 lens option with Canon under 23K (on good seasons) and that second lens is a 55-250mm IS II. A very good telephoto lens. So if you're not going to buy another lens at all, Canon has a better deal. 4) Canon lenses are usually cheaper. Like the 50mm f1.8 portrait lens. Nikon cost 10,000 INR while Canon's variant is around or below 8000 INR. 5)Canon has a very cheap wide lens, the 10-18mm. Nikon doesn't !
Canon Cons : 1) No amazing sensor. Canon's sensor is smaller in size too. Hence less efficient. But still capable of DSLR quality images. Nikon takes better shots under low light. 2) Not for video lovers. No mic jack on Canon. Does not do 60fps which is required for slow mo. Nikon has a mic jack for clear external audio and it does 60fps too. 3) Nikon is smaller and lighter. 4) Battery. Nikon has double the battery capability compared to Canon.
Both have no touch screen nor a screen that tilts. The Kit lens that comes with Nikon is significantly better than Canon's. So it takes great pictures. Sample shots can be seen at Pixelpeeper or Flickr. And yes, the kits lens can blur the background at 55mm f5.6. Lenses to buy afterwards, if you're serious about photography : 1) Nikon AF P 70-300 VR. Stabilized lens for 14-15k is a great deal. Autofocus is really fast but the aperture at 300mm is 6.3. So it would struggle a bit under low light situations. A major wildlife photographer needs something like the Tamron 150-600mm lens. 2) Nikon 35mm f1.8G. An all around amazing lens. This lens makes you a better photographer. Fixed prime, meaning no zoom. But unmatched image quality at this price. Great for indoor shots too. 3) A wide angle lens. Expensive Tokina 11-16mm. 4) If portraits are a big deal to you, only then go for the 50mm f1.8 G.
Overall an amazing camera. You cannot go wrong with this one. Just make sure you really need a DSLR and its features. If you're someone who needs better images than smartphones with a good flash, better portability and going to shoot in Auto Mode anyway, you're looking for a point and shoot camera and the new ones takes great pictures under good light.
I bought it along with Nikon 50mm Nikkor F/1.8D AF Prime Lens for DSLR Camera. I got a 18-55 kit lens along with this camera. My only experience with a professional / high quality camera is about 11 years back for about 10 minutes clicking on a relatives DSLR. I didn't even know that there are SLR/DSLR in photography at that time and even for many years later. I had always dreamt of buying a 100X zoom point and shoot !. But this camera and the 50mm prime lens is life changing ! A pic with this camera and lens combination makes anybody look like a superstar especially in wide apertures. I have not even opened the packaging of the kit lens inspite it having Image Stabilization and autofocus. I use this camera lens combination in aperture priority manual focusing by using the range-finder in the camera. It even gives excellant pics even in ISO 12800 ! in aperture priority in wide apertures.