Review : Nikon D 5300
|Review : Nikon D5300|
➤ Nikon D5300 key features :
- 24.1MP DX format CMOS sensor, without OLPF
- ISO 100-12,800 standard, up to 25,600 expanded
- EXPEED 4 processing
- 39-point AF system, 9 sensors cross-type
- 5 fps continuous shooting
- 2016-pixel RGB metering sensor
- 1080p60 video recording with a built-in stereo mic
- 1.04M dot 3.2″ vari-angle LCD monitor
➤ Why Should I Buy that ?
A 24MP DSLR Camera with a good build quality,mordern sensors and GPS- Wi-Fi connectivity Which is a good option for someone looking to take their photography more seriously. The control layout is very simple, so you get to grips with the camera quickly.
Now, firstly let’s consider it’s build quality.
1. Build Quality :
Nikon D5300 has shed 25g and a few millimetres here and there.
The 3.2in, 1,036,800-dot screen is a little bigger and sharper than before, and keeps its fully-articulated design – a big asset for video, macro and self-portrait shots.
2. GPS- Wi-Fi Connectivity :
These features are relatively rare among DSLRs upto 2017,and for the first time they have build this a feature on Nikon D5300.GPS facility provides a fun way to browse photo collections in Lightroom or Picasa, and the Wi-Fi feature allows you to transfer photos to a smartphone or tablet or any other WIFI Device.The great part of this feature is you can easily upload your photos to social media without waiting until you get home.
3. Low Pass Filter :
Like a lot of current Nikon DSLRs, the D5300 uses a sensor without a low-pass filter, offering the potential to capture more details.
** Perhaps the most significant change from the D5200 is the switch to the new EXPEED 4 processing engine. This has given Nikon greater power to improve image quality and we are told that has most impact with noise control at the highest sensitivity settings.
4. Video and shooting speed :
It can capture 1080p footage at a choice of 24, 25, 30, 50 and 60fps.Which is a quite good option. Shooting performance is better than the results we got from Nikon D5200. It took 0.6 seconds between shots in normal use, while continuous mode hit the claimed 5fps speed.
➤ COMPARISONS :
1. NIKON D5300 VS NIKON D5200 :
2. NIKON D5300 VS Canon EOS Rebel T5i :
|NIKON D5300 VS Canon EOS Rebel T5i|