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Nikon D3300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Specs

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With nearly a century of experience producing optical lenses, cameras, and other instruments, Nikon ranks alongside Canon as one of the two major companies in the optical goods market today. The Nikon D3300 DSLR camera is one of the premium offerings of the D-series and as such, represents an attempt to synthesize many of the top-end features into an entry-level camera without creating an overly complex user setup. Indeed, the company claims that the combination of ease of use and features such as a large image sensor, Nikon D3300 wifi  less Expeed 4 image processor, a range of shooting modes and a light and compact body make the D3300 a great buy for beginners who wish to gradually take full control of the various facets involved in taking a high-quality shot Nikon D3300 photos have Very High quality




Technical Spec Of Nikon d3300

  • 2MP CMOS Sensor with Expeed 4 Processing
  • ISO range of 100 to 12800, can be expanded to 25600
  • 11AF points and 5 frames/second continuous shooting
  • Nikon D3300 video mode shoot1080 HD video recording with a maximum frame rate of 24fps
  • 3-inch backlit LCD monitor has about 921,000 dots for precise image reproduction
  • Easy operation with two dials – release mode dial and photography mode dial
  • Nikon D3300 Wi-Fi enabled with a separate adapter for fast transfer of data
  • Supports both RAW and JPEG image formats.
  • Nikon D3300 weight is 430 g


Setting Up the Nikon D3300

True to its claim that the Nikon D3300 is a device capable of being handled even by the beginner, Nikon has provided pretty much everything you need to start shooting – camera body, standard AF lens (M5A78L-M/USB3), strap, viewfinder support and a huge 500+ pages manual that many users noted provides much more information than the average manual would Nikon D3300 Photos Have Good Quality At its Normal settings. To get started, the parts need to be put together:

  • The camera body comes with an eyelet on the left side (when facing the back of the camera) through which the included strap can be passed to secure it. Many users recommended starting with this step since the battery and other heavy components/attachments are not yet present inside/on the camera and manipulating the body is easier.
  • Take the included battery and insert it into a power point. Take the battery and insert it into the adapter. Complete the operation by securing the latch on the adapter. Charging should take about 2 ½ hours to complete if the battery is completely drained.
  • While the manual suggests otherwise, many users preferred to attach the lens to the camera while waiting for the battery to charge. To attach the lens:
    • Remove the lens cover attached to the body.
    • Take the lens and figure out the exact initial orientation. Getting the orientation wrong can lead to damage and poor photography. To this end, there is a “mounting mark” on the lens that should match the mark on the side of the lens orifice when the lens has initially been inserted.
    • Insert the lens and rotate it.
    • When it “clicks” the lens is securely locked in place.
  • Take the battery and memory card and insert them into the spring-operated compartment located on one side of the device.
  • Press the power switch located on the top right side of the camera and wait till the Nikon logo appears.
  • Decide which interface language you will use and choose the date and time to be displayed on the camera.

  • Note:
    1. Never insert the battery into the AC adapter before inserting it into the power point.
    2. Some users warned that the AC adapter is not included as part of the package and must be purchased separately. Further, the adapter comes with a plug-in in some regions and a cable in others.

    Basic Operations and Photography

    Many users have praised the Nikon D3300 photos are being a small and light product compared to competitors like the Canon 70D. If they are to be believed, this along with the fact that virtually all menus can be accessed using just the rotating dials and buttons makes this a great choice for those who have little idea about the nitty-gritty of DSLR photography. If you are one such person, your work can be simplified even further by following the steps below:
    • Assuming that the camera has been set up (see steps above) and has been turned on, you should find yourself with default controls. In brief, these are – auto scene mode, auto exposure compensation, and ISO and auto shutter speed.
    • To change the scene mode, you must locate a large dial on the top left of the camera body.
    • Slightly below the dial would be a small black knob. Press it to “unlock” the dial and once done, press it again to lock the dial. Some users found this option useful for preventing accidental mode modification, while others considered this more of a gimmick.
    • On the dial are a number of modes like S, P, A, M, Auto, etc. By default, the mode is set to Auto. Choose the mode of your choice (for deciding which mode to use, check out our guide to DSLR lenses).
    • Raise the camera to your eyes. The left hand should be placed partially under the camera and partially under the lens. The right hand should grip the handgrip on the right tightly.
    • Look into the viewfinder and adjust the camera till you have the subject in your focus. By “in you focus” we mean that the entire subject should be within the AF brackets delineated in the viewfinder.
    • Use your thumb to find the shutter release button on the right side of the camera. Press it halfway and note how the camera focuses on the subject.
    • Press the button completely to take a picture.
    • If you take your eyes off the viewfinder now, you will notice that a small LED on the side of the machine has lit up. This is the SD card LED and it indicates that the SD card is being used. In this case, the LED lights up because the photo is being saved to the SD card.
    • The display (not the viewfinder) will show the image for a few seconds. Thereafter it will revert to showing whatever the viewfinder is catching at that moment.
    • If you wish to see the photo again, look for the small playback button above the top left corner of the display. Clicking it will bring up the most recent photo and the SD card number in which it is shown will be displayed below the image.
    • Note the circular wheel on the right of the display. Pressing the left or right sides of the wheel makes it possible to cycle through images and choose which ones to edit/delete.
    • If you wish to delete any images, press the trash bin icon beside the playback icon. A dialog box will pop up asking you to confirm whether you wish to have the photo removed. Pressing the trash bin icon again deletes the photo.
    Notes:
    1. The Nikon D3300 has 2 SD card slots. You can use the second SD card as a backup card that would be used only if the first “Overflows”. Alternatively, you may choose which card to use as the default card.
    2. Never remove the battery or SD cards from the camera during operation as this may permanently damage the battery and/or SD cards.

    Advanced Controls and Scene Modes

    For More Depth in Nikon D3300 photos you have figured out the basic photography procedures, you would probably want to delve deeper and try some of the more advanced methods using the steps given in the detailed product manual. Below we shall study the utility and efficacy of some of the common scene modes and controls.
    1. Low light photography – With ISO capabilities extending up to 12800, the D3300 easily beats the likes of Canon D70 in terms of low light performance. While some users noted that it does not do as well as the D5300 or D5500 due to the presence of a weaker bundled lens and sensor, the price difference allows the D3300 to reign in its own price bracket. One user even claimed to have shot a non-lighted part of his home with the extended shutter duration and just ISO 100 and achieved results comparable with those under normal lighting.
    2. RAW and JPEG Imaging – Users comparing the product to the D5200 model noted that while the JPEG imaging of the latter was better, RAW results were almost similar. The JPEG quality was better than Canon however and some users surmised that this could be because the image compression used by Nikon is superior to Canon.
    3. Megapixels and Zoom – Many users were initially afraid that the 24.2MP sensor would cause the images to come out poorly as the excessive number of pixels would mean less light for each pixel (since the exposure, shutter speed and sensor quality levels were unchanged). However, software enhancements meant that the images appeared far more natural even when digitally zoomed to the highest extent.
    Optical zoom capabilities of the stock lens proved less impressive as many users warned that an 18-200mm lens with zoom capabilities would have to be obtained for truly breathtaking results. However, they conceded that the stock zoom was good enough for beginners to get started with DSLR photography.
    1. Nikon D3300 Video Capture – Video capture was described as “smooth and glassy” by many users and some compared them to professional devices like the Sony HX-300 to conclude that the performance of the Nikon D3300 was quite impressive. One user, however, warned that when the camera is being moved continuously and is in autofocus mode, the focus motor inside the camera produces sufficient noise to be registered by the microphone. This can be avoided by either using an external mic or using manual focus.
    2. Flash – The unit comes with a special flash shoe that can hold a dedicated flash. Users were not very impressed with the light distribution of the inbuilt flash, arguing that it produced harsh tones. With detachable flashes, however, results were vastly improved.
    3. Modifiable Display Angles – Modifiable display angles are made possible by detaching the fixed display such that the display angle can be rotated to suit the angle at which the shot is being taken. This was found to be useful in circumstances where the camera had to be held high above the photographer’s head or very near the ground.

    Warranty

    The camera body of the Nikon D3300 and all accessories except the lens come with a one year limited Nikon warranty. This can be extended by purchasing the two-year Extended Service Coverage (ESC) anytime within the original one year warranty period. NIKKOR lenses, including the one provided as part of the package, come with a one year warranty and a free four year ESC. This ESC must be availed of within the warranty period by sending the included form to the company Nikon D3300 manual is on its website

    Pros

    • Light and compact body make for stress-free photography.
    • 2MP camera sensor provides sufficiently large images.
    • RAW imaging and JPEG compression technology produce superior image files.
    • The partially detachable display allows for easier viewing in special circumstances.
    • Low light photography is comparable to much costlier models.
    • Dual SD cards allow for sufficient photo storage while on the move.
    • Smooth video capture with little to no blurring during rapid camera movement
    • Decent warranty provided for all parts and accessories.

    Cons

    • Focus motor sound recorded by the inbuilt mic.
    • No low pass filter in the sensor (for advanced photography)
    • Inbuilt flash is somewhat harsh.

    Conclusion

    While the Nikon D3300 does provide some disappointments when it comes to the quality of the flash and the more advanced photography features, it has to be remembered that the unit is essentially meant to provide a basic DSLR experience at a competitive price. Not only does the camera manage to do so with aplomb, but it also exceeds many expectations by offering a remarkably good lens and sensor combination, a great viewfinder, simple controls in a light body and a display that is maneuverable without being bulky. Considering these and the warranty, it would not be wrong to consider the D3300 one of the crown contenders for the position of the best budget DSLR in the market in 2019

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    Canon EOS 1500D

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    Canon EOS 1500D Digital SLR Camera



    Canon EOS 1500D


    Canon EOS 1500D



    best dslr Canon EOS 1500D

    best dslr Canon EOS 1500D




    Technical Details
    Brand
    Canon
    Model
    Eos 1500D
    Item Weight
    476 g
    Product Dimensions
    7.8 x 12.9 x 10.1 cm
    Batteries:
    1 Lithium ion batteries required.
    Item model number
    Eos 1500D
    Digital Storage Capacity
    64 GB
    Compatible Devices
    smartphone,Connect Station,wi-fi printers.
    Additional Features
    24.1 megapixels,CMOS sensor,DIGIC 4+ image processor,9-point AF with 1 centre cross-type AF point,Wi-Fi / NFC supported
    Number Of Items
    6
    Display Technology
    LCD
    Screen Size
    3 Inches
    Image Stabilization
    Optical
    Optical Zoom
    3 X
    Display Resolution Maximum
    1080p Full HD
    Horizontal Resolution
    1920 Pixels
    Optical Sensor Resolution
    24.1 Megapixels
    Max Vertical Resolution
    1080 Pixels
    Min Focal Length
    18 Millimeters
    Battery Cell Composition
    Lithium Ion
    Connector Type
    Wi-Fi, NFC
    Form Factor
    Hand held
    Viewfinder Type
    Eye-level pentamirror









    Beautiful, high-resolution images with the 24.1 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor & DIGIC 4+ image processor

    The large 24.1-megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor, on par with those on Canon’s DSLRs for advanced users, captures abundant light information, which is processed by the fast DIGIC 4+ image processor to produce high-quality images with beautiful color gradations. Even shots taken in low-light at a high ISO speed are clear with minimal noise. The large sensor size also contributes to the ability to achieve the shallow depth-of-field necessary for creating images with smooth background blur.

    A myriad of possibilities for creative expression

    Users can choose their favorite style of shooting: Through the optical viewfinder, which has quick, precise viewfinder AF; or in Live View mode on the large, 3.0-inch LCD screen to easily fine-tune composition and framing. In addition to 5 Creative filter effects, the 'Shoot by ambience' selection provides another way to create images with the mood and feel that you envision.

    Wi-Fi / NFC-Easy pairing with smartphones, printers and other devices

    Pair your camera and smartphone via Wi-Fi / NFC and the Camera Connect App, and you can easily use your smartphone to browse, save and upload your camera images to social media, or to carry out remote shooting-great for self-portraits and group photos. You can also wirelessly transfer files to printers and other cameras through direct pairing, or to TV sets via the Connect Station CS100.


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    Canon EOS 1300D

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    Canon EOS 1300D 18MP Digital SLR Camera





    canon eos 1300d
    specification

    Brand
    Canon
    Model
    EOS 1300D
    Item Weight
    485 g
    Product Dimensions
    7.8 x 12.9 x 10.1 cm
    Batteries:
    1 Lithium ion batteries required.
    Item model number
    EOS 1300D
    Resolution
    18
    Additional Features
    Optical Zoom
    Included Components
    Camera, 18-55mm ISII Lens , 16GB Memory Card, Carry Case
    Screen Size
    3 Inches
    Optical Zoom
    18 X
    Optical Sensor Resolution
    18 Megapixels
    Min Shutter Speed
    1/4000
    Voltage
    7.4 Volts
    Batteries Included
    No
    Batteries Required
    Yes
    Battery Cell Composition
    Lithium Ion
    Connector Type
    Wi-Fi, NFC



    Canon EOS 1300D it is very useful if you are entering the world of photography it will do not disappointing you

    Effortlessly capture distinctive DSLR quality pictures and cinematic Full HD movies using the 18.0 Megapixel EOS 1300D. Share instantly using Wi-Fi and connect to your smart device by simply using NFC*.

    Take memorable, atmospheric pictures in low light with a large ISO sensitivity range of ISO 100-6400 (expandable to ISO 12,800), which reduces the need for flash – so you can capture the natural ambience of every precious moment.

    Create stunning portrait shots that emphases your subject against beautiful soft blurred backgrounds thanks to the shallow depth of field associated with DSLR photography.

    Shoot superb images with the details, colour and contrast exactly as you remember thanks to the DIGIC 4+ processor.

    Shoot superb images with the details, colour and contrast exactly as you remember thanks to the DIGIC 4+ processor
    Capture that decisive moment with responsive and precise Auto Focus plus full resolution shooting at 3 fps. Ideal for shooting sharp sports and action pictures

    Easily compose and frame your shots using the optical viewfinder and review the results on the clear 920K dot resolution 7.5cm (3.0”) LCD screen.

    Safely store and transport your DSLR camera and EF-S lens in a stylish, high-quality Canon Backpack BP100 that’s strong, comfortable and easy to carry.



    CANON EOS 1300D DSLR REVIEW 10 of March 2016 canon launch its new Canon Eos 1300d it looks interesting for those who like to get DSLR photography switching from a compact camera or smartphone you see operations, settings, wifi and NFC connectivity her in.
    Usually, DSLR photography is challenging for the beginner when you first-hand canon Eos 1300d you see a dial for settings, batons you can feel you lost it increase complexity but canon Eos 1300d even beginner can take beautiful pictures it can easily understand and operation are simple that is why it is popular among peoples.
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    Nikon D3500

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    Nikon D3500 W/AF-P DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR










    Top features: 




    - Beautiful quality images are just a click away 



    - Feels natural in your hands for better quality images 



    - Share your pictures with the snap bridge connection feature 

    - Simple to use thanks to auto and guide modes '



    Beautiful quality images

    Enjoy gorgeous images worth sharing with the Nikon D3500 DSLR Camera. Whether you want to capture a portrait of your family or snap the view of the beach while you're on holiday, this camera helps you hang on to cherished memories that will last a lifetime. The included kit lens is great for getting started in the world of photography, providing the perfect focal length for portraits and landscapes. It's also got image stabilization built-in, so your images are sharp, even on overcast days.

    The D3500 has an EXPEED image processing system that helps to improve every photo. It fine-tunes the settings while you're taking photos, so you don't have to worry about duff results.

    The CMOS APS-C image sensor is up to 15 times larger than the ones used in typical smart-phones, meaning this camera captures crisp pictures filled with detail and contrast for you to share with your friends and family.




    Feels natural in your hands

    You don't have to be a steady-handed professional to take clear images. The deep grip lets the camera rest comfortably in your hands to take balanced images. The controls are conveniently placed too, so you don't have to fool around with the settings when you need to get that quick shot of an elephant grazing while on safari.

    The D3500's compact design also makes this camera ideal for travel, as it is built to last and is easily transported so you can take memorable pictures while on holiday without bringing a whole extra bag.




    Share your pictures

    Keep your followers in the loop with the Snapbridge connection. This camera works seamlessly with your Bluetooth smartphone so that you can share your awesome photos with your friends while you're on the go.



    Simple to use
    Want professional shots but haven't got much technical knowledge? Auto mode takes all the guess work out of shooting so you don't have to worry about aperture, shutter speed or ISO. Just point and shoot.

    If you want to learn how the pros do it, then select guide mode and follow the easy on-screen guidance. 




    Picture this

    The decisive moment, that perfect shot, missed because you were waiting for your camera to be ready to take a photo again. But it's not your camera or your shooting technique – it's all down to having the right memory card.

    To prevent that annoying lag when capturing high res images and HD video, opt for a high performance memory card with a fast write speed. Now you can focus on your subject.





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