Not long after the launch of the D610, Nikon continues today launched a DSLR camera called D5300 replaces the D5200 to launch in November last year. In addition to the design is a bit smaller, newer image processor, larger screen, the D5300 is Nikon’s first DSLR equipped with WiFi wireless connectivity and GPS locator. So Android and iOS users can already use mobile application to acquire images from the camera and share them on social networks via wireless protocols.
Nikon D5300 summary review
With the addition of WiFi connectivity and GPS features, clearly these are two characteristics that make the most difference to the D5300, if not talk about specs inside. Previously to take advantage of WiFi connectivity, users of Nikon DSLR cameras and mandatory accessory adapter is small but now they do not need accessories that can still share photos with mobile devices, computers via WiFi. In addition to WiFi, GPS is also built- in D5300 to help collect and store location data for each photograph.
Nikon D5300 fitted to the image processor is the company’s latest EXPEED 4 with many improvements over the D5200 with EXPEED 3. To increase picture sharpness, Nikon decided to remove low-pass filter on the D5300, here is the optical components which are integrated on most cameras to deal with the phenomenon of moiré image. However, the processor Nikon EXPEED 4 of good tackles this phenomenon, the elimination of low-pass filter helps sharper images.
Also, Nikon D5300 rear LCD screen slightly larger than D5200 in 3 ” 2 ( compared to 3 ” ). The camera sensor 24.2MP resolution, ISO range from 100 to 12800, so it’s a little higher than D5200. If anyone interested in the D5300 shooting ability will make you more satisfied because the machine can spin Full- HD movies at a rate of 60 frames / sec ( 60p ), while the D5200 is only 60i. Nikon says it will start selling later this month with D5300 from $ 799 to own body. If you want to buy and lens 18 – 140mm f/3.5-5.6 VR, the price will be 1399 USD. In addition to traditional black, D5300 now comes in red and gray highlights.
Nikon D5300 Specifications
- Resolution 24.2MP, APS – C CMOS sensor, no low-pass filter
- EXPEED image processor 4
- ISO range of 100-12800 (expandable 25600 )
- 39 focus points
- LCD Monitor 3 ” 2
- Continuous shooting 5 image / s
- Integrated WiFi connectivity, GPS
- Stereo microphone
- 60p Full – HD Movie Recording
- SD card slot
- USB 2.0 connectivity
- Battery EN – EL14a
- Weight 480 grams
- Color : black, gray, red