Nikon D3300 a light HD-SLR camera plus Special Effects Mode

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Nikon D3300 with lenses and accessories. Image: nikon.co.in
If you're looking for DSLR cameras with affordable prices, then the Nikon D3300 might be a consideration.  Nikon claimed this cameraas stunning 24.2-megapixel camera photos and 1080p Full HD videos with tack-sharp details, vibrant colors and softly blurred backgrounds. The Nikon D3300 is an entry-level digital SLR camera With its included zoom lens, the new ultra-compact AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II. If needed, you can use the optional wireless sharing to smartphones or tablets can be accomplished via Nikon's WU-1a module or an Eye-Fi SD card, so you can share your photos to various social media networks by utilizing these connections through your favorite tablet or smartphone.

Nikon D3300 is a small and light HD-SLR and easy to use, too. The camera is equipped with an APS-C format sensor with no anti-aliasing filter and the latest EXPEED processor 4. The D3300 also features 5 fps continuous shooting, a 3-inch 921k-dot LCD monitor, as well as one-touch full HD 1080p video recording with autofocus, so you can make a movie or video clips with ease.

Nikon D3300 - an entry-level DSLR that sits above the D3200 and D3100 in the manufacturer's line-up. If you want to compare this camera to other brands, so you can see the features and capabilities of the Canon EOS 1200D, which is the closest competitor of Nikon D3300. Nikon has done a redesign on this camera, Nikon has also improved the user interface as well as the Guide Mode, to give it more functionality and make it a little cleaner in appearance. The camera is also more ergonomic then convenient to us. Like all D-SLR cameras, the D3300 has an optical viewfinder that gives you a true view through the lens of the camera.

With the D3300, Nikon has put its decades of experience in camera design to good use in creating a model of that is smaller and better than previous entry-level DSLRs, but you will also enjoy the comfort when holding and take it because Nikon D3300 is a camera that is lightweight and smaller in size than the Nikon D800E or Canon EOS 7D and of course Nikon D3300 also convenient in terms of price.

You just bought this camera so that you can save your money, and you can buy an extra lens as a macro lens, telephoto lens, zoom lens or a wide angle lens and a prime lens, original lens from Nikon or third party lenses manufactured by Tamron, Sigma, Tokina or Samyang, then you will be able to realize the dream to become a photographer with excellent work without having to buy a high-end DSLR cameras are definitely more expensive than the Nikon D3300.

Special Effects Mode

Nikon D3300 offers a broad range of retouching tools, including post-capture D-lighting, trimming, monochrome conversion red-eye correction, image resizing, image overlay, in-camera raw processing, color balancing, distortion correction, different filter effects, and a miniature effect that mimics a look that can otherwise only be achieved with a tilt lens.
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Nikon D3300 a HD-SLR cameraImage: kenrockwell.com
Like the D5300, the D3200 has a Special Effects mode that allows a collection of styles to be applied to JPEG images and video. You can make various creations and effects just like the photos are made ​​professional photographers. 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, and you can easily get creative with the built-in Image Effects, filters and more.

Besides Easy Panorama, the Nikon D3300 has been given In 13 special effects and includes Pop, which increases color saturation, and Toy Camera, which creates a retro effect. These effects can be previewed in real time on the LCD screen. You can also use other special effects like Night Vision, where the effect is par-ticularly worth of mention, pushing the camera's ISO sensitivity to a Whopping 102,400, although a monochrome rather than color image is recorded. You have the freedom to be creative without having to buy photo editor software that is certainly expensive and have to use a computer or laptop.

As mentioned above, the closest competitor of Nikon D3300 is the Canon EOS 1200D, but there are some other camera that can also be a consideration such as the Pentax K-30, Sony A3000, Samsung NX2000 or Panasonic Lumix GF 6 and Olympus E-PL3, even from the Nikon production itself; Nikon D5300 and D3200. You just have to try them at the nearest camera shop in your favorite mall, so you can feel and try out all the sophistication of the camera directly before you make a decision which one to purchase.