With built-in Wi-Fi and GPS, the D5300 is the first in an exciting new generation of connected Nikon D-SLRs. Wirelessly connect to D5300 with your smartphone or tablet,* then browse the photos on D5300’s memory card, import your favorites and instantly email them, text them or post them online.
Don’t let the small size of the D5300 fool you—it delivers big-camera quality and capabilities. The D5300’s extra-large ultra-high resolution Vari-angle LCD swivels 180° so you can shoot from exciting new angles. Whether shooting stationary subjects, candid photos, high-speed action or Full HD video, the D5300 keeps everything in focus. When photo-worthy action starts, hold down the shutter button and capture every movement, expression and feeling at 5 frames per second, even when using the Vari-angle LCD.
Bring all the image quality the D5300 produces—softly blurred backgrounds, tack-sharp details, vibrant colors—to dazzling 1080p Full HD videos.
The D5300 features exceptional metering and onboard intelligence, freeing you to focus on the composition of your shots and, most importantly, the moment that’s taking place.
Make a single vivid color pop in a black & white photo, turn a landscape into a toy model, shoot portraits that look like paintings, make your D5300 behave like a toy camera (new) and more, then instantly share your creations with your smartphone or tablet. Built-in HDR automatically combines two photos into one highly dynamic image, and new subject-based Active D-Lighting automatically brightens shadowy areas on your subjects—great for portraits.
Even if you’re new to D-SLR photography, getting great results in difficult situations couldn’t be easier—just select from 16 common Scene Modes for your situation, or let the camera pick for you. The D5300’s easy to use Picture Controls let you alter your color palette and add a personal touch with six settings available; Standard, Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait and Landscape—customize the look and feel of your photos and HD videos. The D5300 is compatible with Nikon’s complete collection of remarkable NIKKOR lenses and optimized for DXFormat NIKKOR lenses.
Making memorable moments even better, the Nikon D5300 offers stunning image quality with sharp, crisp detail to preserve life’s precious memories.
Amazing Low Light Performance – For clean, sharp details even in the most challenging lighting conditions including night games and dimly lit restaurants, the Nikon D5300 covers a wide ISO range of 100-12,800 and is expandable to ISO 25,600. EXPEED 4 Image Processing – Nikon’s most recent image processing engine drives the rapid response and swift performance of the D5300, while maximizing energy efficiency, reducing image noise and delivering true-to-life colors. Scene Recognition System – To further help users capture the image they intend, the Nikon D5300 features Nikon’s Scene Recognition System and 2,016-pixel RGB metering system to analyze and recognize the scene. 39-Point AF System – Nikon’s quick and precise 39-point AF system works with the Scene Recognition System to accurately acquire and track subjects throughout the frame, resulting in tack-sharp images.
5 Frames-Per-Second – While using the optical viewfinder or in Live View, capture great moments that would have otherwise been missed with the D5300’s 5 frames-per-second (fps) rate. The D5300 is Nikon’s first D-SLR to feature built-in Wi-Fi, allowing the user to share high quality photos instantly.
Full HD 1080p Video Capture – Create movies fit for the big screen with Full HD 1080p video capture at 60p with built-in stereo, wide ISO range for high quality videos in any light and improved full-time AF to keep the subject in focus.
NIKKOR Compatibility – The Nikon D5300 is compatible with Nikon’s legendary NIKKOR lenses and powerful system accessories, further adding versatility and creativity. Agreed so far it look very nice and probably could be extremely good for video except it once again lacking audio out.
Well Nikon claims that the Expeed 4 image processor enables them to reduce image noise and enhance color. Remember, as evidenced by the lack of DX primes Nikon does not think most DX users will ever buy a lens beyond the kit lens, which is too slow to really benefit from AF-fine tune. Yep, and the sony RX 10 new bridge is shooting some kind of 5K converted in 1080p ;If some hack is possible It could be great ,welcome in the real 21st century dudes!!!! Maybe that’s how Nikon rolls, but a bit of a discount for purchase with a kit lens seems likely to generate higher sales. D5300 is nothing special – a fat and user unfriendly mini-DSLR with a ton of useless features. LCD in combination with a better OVF Nikon doesn’t offer anything (unless I go to the trouble of an add on monitor!) Perhaps Nikon missed a trick – if the 7xxx series had the hinged LCD, it would fill this need, plus provide more differentiation between the 7xxx and D400.
I like the full hd 60p maybe I ll buy It but really Nikon engineers are damn late ,no touch screen Nikon is a Fault damn it!!!! I like the new design of the D5300, it makes the camera look more substantial than its predecessor. With features of cameras in the lower price ranges continually improving and prices dropping lower, it’s now possible to buy the perfect camera for vacations or everyday use for under $300. Within this price point, you can buy bridge cameras, entry-level SLR, or a point and shoot to take on the next vacation with you.
Read below for our reviews of the leading cameras under $300, with selections from brands like Sony, Canon and Nikon. Perfect for capturing vacation videos to birthday party snaps, the high-zoom, compact-body PowerShot SX710 HS camera has been one of 2016’s best sellers.
Canon’s brilliant 30x Optical Zoom provides the flexibility to take your still images and vibrant 1080p Full HD video to the next level, with Intelligent IS and Zoom Framing Assist to keep even high zoom shots clear and stable. The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-FZ200 is a great entry level bridge camera that takes great images in a wide range of situations. If you are looking for a durable camera capable of taking good quality images, the Nikon Coolpix S33 Shock & Waterproof Digital Camera is designed to withstand harsh environments. Oversized buttons and easy to use menus mean the camera is perfect for any buyer taking photos or recording Full HD 1080p videos. Long zoom, plus built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, all come together in the Nikon Coolpix L840 Wi-Fi Digital Camera to help you take your still photos and HD videos to the next level. The 42x zoom features designed to make high-magnification shooting with advanced Canon optics easy to use and spectacular. Use this highly rated point-and-shoot wherever you like to capture memories with the quality and versatility your images deserve. Sony’s Cyber-shot DSC-TX30 is an ultra-thin camera for owners who don’t want to worry about the camera getting damaged in wet or harsh conditions.
Photo quality from this stylish compact is good for its class, but compared to its competitors the main reason to buy a TX30 is the sleek case which doesn’t look like most rugged cameras.
Canon’s Power Shot SX700 HS digital camera features a powerful 30x optical zoom that lets you get close to the action. Built-in Wi-Fi lets you upload your images and video directly friends and family via the social media sites, other mobile devices and your computer, so you can share from almost anywhere in the globe. While a large optical zoom used to be enough to mark out a bridge camera, the proliferation of such technology now means that manufacturers are having to do more to make their model’s stand out. The bridge camera market is one of the most competitive in photography, with manufacturers trying to outdo each other in order to differentiate themselves and grab a slice of the pie.
Having such an impressive optical set-up is well and good, but as we know it’s only one part of the image capture process. As well as offering full manual control over shooting settings, thus catering for the advanced shooter, the Panasonic Lumix FZ200 also features Panasonic’s iAuto capture mode. As is ever the case with a bridge camera packing an optical punch, the bulk of the Lumix FZ200 is occupied by the large lens barrel on the camera’s front. The good news is that this extra real estate is put to good use with the inclusion of a set of focus and zoom toggles on the left hand side of the lens.
Although a bulbous front lens section can sometimes cause a camera body to become unbalanced, this is not the case with the FZ200. Considering the large optical zoom, the FZ200’s lens manages to travel from the wide to tele end of the zoom at a respectable speed.
While the LCD screen on the rear of the camera isn’t of the highest resolution in comparison to its competitors, it still offers a pleasing level of detail.
The FZ200 is also reliable with regards to white balance performance, with the model displaying a slight yellowy or magenta tinge around neutral areas.
Considering the large focal range and constant maximum aperture, the optics on the FZ200 present very few issues. Any of the image quality issues raised above can be largely dealt with if you choose to utilise the FZ200’s ability to shoot Raw.
The FZ200 offers solid performance across the board and is just as capable shooting at its wider focal length as it is zoomed in.
All told, as a complete package you’ll struggle to find a better camera in its class than the Panasonic FZ200. Full-frame DSLRs offer the very best in image quality, but which one is best suited to you?
Gadget Review brings you expert digital camera reviews on professional and consumer electronics including the best digital cameras from companies such as Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and more. The Hasselblad H4D-200MS medium-format digital SLR camera, which is capable of creating 200-megapixel files thanks to its multi-shot technology, is now available. After careful testing for stability and color accuracy, the H4D-200MS - first announced at Photokina last September - is now available.


Designed for studio photographers whose work requires the ultimate in resolution, extremely fine details and exact color information, the H4D-200MS is ideal for capturing images of stationary items such as cars, jewelry, artwork and other high end products where there is no room for compromise in image quality. The new Olympus Pen F was designed to be a major competitor in a specific segment of the market where digital cameras have a rangefinder design style with the viewfinder positioned on the left (although the Pen F is inspired by the original Pen F SLR film camera). Now that both brands have introduced their newest cameras, it is interesting to see how the new Pen F compares to its main competitor from the Fujifilm line-up, the X-E2s.
Editor’s Note: The aim here is to highlight the key differences between the two cameras, not to deliver a full in-depth comparison.
The Pen F has a magnesium and aluminium body (including the dials) and the singularity of having no visible screws on any side of the camera. The Pen F has a unique Creative dial on the front of the camera that allows you to switch between different colour and effect profiles.
Both cameras feature a built-in EVF on the left rear side of the body with the same resolution and magnification.
The Pen F rear monitor can be flipped to the side and rotated, a solution that will satisfy video users.
One annoying thing about the Fuji X-E2s is that the extended ISO values aren’t available for the RAW files. An interesting difference between the two cameras concerns the colour profiles (called Film Simulation modes on the X-E2s). The Pen F has a faster continuous shooting speed in Single AF but the X-E2s can shoot at 7fps in Continuous AF.
The Pen F is 1 Ev faster with the mechanical shutter while the X-E2s is 1 stop faster with the electronic shutter.
The Pen F features the best in-body image stabilisation system on the market (5-axis, 5 Ev of compensation like the E-M5 mark II). The Pen F can shoot Full HD up to 30fps with the All-Intra codec (72mbps) or up to 60fps in Super Fine quality mode. The Pen F has 6 bracketing modes including Exposure (up to 7 frames, 1Ev step) and Focus Bracketing (up to 999 shots). The X-E2s has 5 bracketing modes (AE up to 3 shots, 1Ev), multiple exposure and a Panorama mode (JPG only).
Only a complete comparison with side-by-side sample images can give you a more comprehensive view of what these two cameras have to offer, especially if we consider that the Pen F sensor is brand new. Both cameras have a similar rangefinder design but we can find relevant differences in the autofocus system, image stabilisation and colour profiles. The Fujifilm X-E2 will soon receive a new firmware update (version 4.0) that will put the camera on the same level as the X-E2s including the Autofocus options.
Like all Nikon D-SLRs, the D5300 was designed for ergonomics—every button and dial was carefully placed for comfortable, efficient operation.
Its 39-point high-density autofocus system with 9 cross-type sensors quickly locks onto your subject, and Nikon’s unique 3D-tracking uses the 2,016-pixel RGB sensor to recognize and follow it across the frame. Stop reaching for your smartphone when an important moment happens—except to share the great shot you just caught with the D5300.
Nikon’s outstanding Scene Recognition System analyzes your shooting situation, compares it to an onboard database of thousands of scenes, and automatically determines the most appropriate auto exposure, i-TTL flash exposure, white balance and autofocus settings. Easily crop, apply filters, effects and more right in the camera—no additional software needed—then instantly share your edited shot with your smartphone or tablet. The enhanced 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor delivers stunning images and HD videos with heightened clarity and detail due to the removal of the optical low pass filter (OLPF).
Utilizing these systems results in adjustments to exposure, AF and white balance to deliver the best photo possible, whether it’s a landscape or portrait. Kids too active to pose for a photo or pets chasing after a toy are easily captured in brilliant sharpness for memorable photos.
The Nikon D5300 sends images to the user’s smart device, allowing them to share their D-SLR quality photos through e-mail and social media. The small body of the D5300 affords the photographer the freedom to travel while still being easy to handle and comfortable to use. This super sharp (1,037K-dot) screen allows photographers to easily make camera adjustments and read menus, while also allowing them to compose the photo they want clearly when shooting from high or low angles. To complement consumers’ preferences, the Nikon D5300 will be available in Black, Red and Gray. I do agree it is a real pain that they do not have it as my good lenses need some fairly significant fine turning and so are only usable on my 7100 or in live view or manual on my 5k.
We continually update our list as new models hit the market and price drops bring other great cameras below $300. Powerfully advanced yet simple to use, the SX710 camera handles a wide variety of situations.
Includes a class leading 60X optical zoom (20mm-1200mm), so you can bring the action in super close. Making this kind of versatility easy is the SX520 HS’s incredible 42x optical zoom and 24mm wide-angle lens. Optical Image Stabilizer and Intelligent IS keep images clear and steady while Zoom Framing Assist and a new Advanced Zoom Framing Assist function help track and capture subjects, follow their movement while you keep them in focus. Underwater enthusiasts should note the touchscreen display doesn’t function underwater, and the beautiful OLED display can be difficult to see in outdoor low light conditions.
With a portable design that’s perfect for capturing big plays on the field, spectacular wildlife close-ups, or beautiful architecture just the way it looks in person. Smart AUTO ensures high-quality imaging is easy in any environment, and Intelligent IS keeps shots steady and clear.
Simply touch the camera to a compatible Android device using the built-in NFC for easy wireless connectivity.
Have any sacrifices been made for such optical performance, or does the Panasonic Lumix FZ200 truly succeed in breaking new ground?
One of the main features of this innovation is in lens technology, and often the focus is for a larger focal length.
The other part is well catered for in the shape of the Panasonic Lumix FZ200’s sensor. A variety of scene modes are also present, while a selection of ‘Creative Control’ filters offer something for those wanting to add a different look to their pictures in camera rather than in post production.
A 3in LCD screen with a resolution of 460k-dots and vari-angle technology is present – the good news is that the vari-angle technology is of the side-hinge variety and as a result the screen can be rotated about 270 degrees on a horizontal pivot. No doubt owing to the constant maximum aperture throughout the focal range, the lens barrel itself is substantially wider then equivalent bridge cameras. As well as featuring a zoom toggle around the shutter release button on the top plate, the left side of the lens barrel also features a sliding zoom toggle in the more natural shooting position.
This is not only thanks to the fact that the camera body is well proportioned, but also thanks to the generous handgrip of the right side of the camera. Panasonic claims that this technology offers some of the very fastest AF performance in its class and on the whole these claims are borne out in use. Once again, the good news is that the FZ200 offers impressive manual focus performance with a responsive real dial offers quick adjustment.
The camera powers up in around a second and is ready to shoot right away, while shot-to-shot speeds are also prompt even when shooting Raw files. It also has a pleasingly smooth travel, a feature that is especially noticeable when using the zoom lever on the side of the lens barrel. The performance is no doubt aided by the fact that the screen is of the vari-angle variety with the hinge located on the left-hand side of the cameras body – this configuration allows for the screen to be rotated around a horizontal axis about 270 degrees to face the opposite side.
This means that whenever you want to switch between the LCD and the viewfinder you have to press the button located to the left of the EVF. Images display a good, even tone with a respectable tonal range with detail maintained in both shadow and highlights. In low light conditions there is a slight tendency for images to appear cooler than the presented scene, although once again this doesn’t present any major performance issues. Barrel distortion is much lower than expected at the wide end of the zoom, while chromatic aberrations are kept to a minimum and mostly restricted to the tele end of the zoom. The model handles noise well throughout the ISO range, with quality only really falling off at the very highest settings.
Any of the smudging found through noise reduction at higher ISO settings is noticeable in its absence with Raw files, and although they appear noisier to the eye they also appear sharper. The good news is that the camera performs particularly well in this area, producing some excellent images with very few flaws. The vari-angle LCD screen is also a welcome feature, although it could do with being of a slightly higher specification. We’ve picked out a selection of the best zooms that are available in a range of different lens mounts.


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The technology first emerged in consumer markets in the 1990’s and eventually replaced most film cameras in the 2000’s. Typically with fixed-lenses, point-and-shoot digital cameras let owners take them anywhere. Based on the H4D-50MS platform, the new camera is capable of creating 200 megapixel files for the ultimate in resolution. In addition to its extended multi-shot capabilities, the H4D-200MS offers standard multi-shot and single-shot modes as well. H4D-50MS owners have the option of upgrading their systems for 7.000 Euro (plus tax) by sending the camera to the factory in Copenhagen, Denmark.
We can notice the exposure compensation dial on top and the threaded shutter release button that can host a soft release button. While we don’t know the lag time value for the Pen F, for the X-E2s it is only 0.005s with refresh rate of 60fps. The screen is also touch sensitive: you can change your focus point, take a shot or use the monitor as a virtual AF pad while framing with the EVF. In truth, we’ve never found drastic differences between Fujifilm sensors and Micro Four Thirds.
Olympus has always rendered natural and vivid colours while Fujifilm tends to experiment with unique colour palettes, with profiles such as Classic Chrome and Astia being a good example. By using the built-in sensor shift technology, the camera can combine 8 shots into a 50MP JPG file and an 80MP RAW file. You have the option of: All target, Group target (9?areas), Single target (normal), and Single target (small). Note that the Pen F is compatible with UHS-II standard meaning it can use faster SD cards than the X-E2s (UHS-I only). The Pen also has a few extra modes that can be very convenient for long exposures and composite images. This is interesting because with the Pen F you can have stabilisation with any lens including adapted ones. You also have the option to record short movie clips (4s) and rearrange them after to create an in-camera edited videoclip.
The camera can also take multiple exposures (up to 3 shots) and has a Photo Story mode that allows you to combine 3 shots together into one frame. The Pen F is more expensive and can be found at $1199, €1199, ?999 (body only) while the X-E2s costs $700, €729, ?549 (body only).
The only relevant differences concern the re-designed grip on the front and the improved optical elements inside the EVF. See what the camera sees and even fire the shutter—perfect for group shots and self portraits!
A built-in stereo microphone adds high-fidelity sound to your videos, or you can add Nikon’s optional accessory ME-1 stereo microphone for the highest quality sound possible.
Offering the benefits of SLR performance with the versatility of wireless connectivity, the D5300 allows users to easily capture and share amazing images and videos.
From a winning touchdown to a surprise proposal, friends and family can now see these important moments clearly captured right after they happen. The rotating LCD makes it easy to capture “selfies” at an arm’s length away or frame creative perspectives when capturing still photos and HD video. At least for me (call me an insider) it was the sexiest Nikon in the last 10 years or so – both in terms of appearance and performance.
Now Canon has commander mode built in in their entry level 600D, no commander mode in d5300. One small gripe over the viewfinder is that it doesn’t feature an eye sensor, meaning that to switch between the viewfinder and the LCD screen you have to press a button, rather than the process being automated. This zoom toggle is accompanied by a focus mode adjust button as well as a supplementary focus button. The handgrip is also suitably spaced from the lens barrel and features a rounded design so as to sit comfortably in the hand.
The top plate also houses a button offering quick access to the model’s drive mode as well as a dedicated video record button. The resolution, at 1.3m pixel, is amongst the highest on the market and that, in combination with the dioptre adjustment, means that the image on the viewfinder itself is suitably resolute and offers a sharp and accurate depiction of the scene being composed. This might not sound like much of a pain, but when you’re constantly switching between the two to shoot images and review them the process becomes a lot more long winded then it would be with an eye sensor. The camera’s metering system also performs well, with the FZ200 offering even exposures both in a variety of conditions and throughout the full focal range.
The DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) is widely popular among professionals and amateurs alike, with the ability to swap lenses depending on situation. Geek Out with the latest desktop computers, best gaming laptops, best headphones and the latest gadget news and top product reviews online.
Naturally, this extraordinary capture device offers all the benefits of the H4D family of cameras such as True Focus, Ultra Focus and Digital Lens Correction, to name just a few. While the camera is being converted, the service team will make sure that the firmware and hardware is updated to ensure that the piezo modules’ strict tolerances, which are necessary for precise multi-shot capture, are met. The Fujifilm camera’s top and front covers are made of lightweight and highly rigid die-cast magnesium.
The Pen F like many other Olympus cameras has a high frame rate mode that goes up to 120fps (but it drains more battery).
The X-E2s has 7 customisable function buttons (including the D-Pad) and a Command dial on the rear.
One of the most interesting differences is the extra shallow depth of field you can get with the Fuji system when using fast aperture lenses.
The Pen F has a new Monochrome Profile creator mode with different filters and options while the X-E2s has four black and white filters. Note that to achieve good results the camera must be  on a tripod and there must not be moving subjects in the scene. It has a first curtain electronic shutter (Anti-Shock 0s) to avoid shutter shock at critical shutter speeds. The camera can also record time-lapse videos up to 4K but with  a limited frame rate (5fps).
The X-E2 is currently available at $675, ?429, €515 (body only) which makes it the most affordable option out of the three.
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Every HD video will have a stunning cinematic look, a level of sharpness and clarity that ignites on ultra-high-resolution tablets, laptops and TVs. And the first time you use your smartphone or tablet to instantly share photos from the D5300, you’ll realize the game has truly changed. You’ll take the D5300 on every adventure, which means you’ll bring home more stunning views of your travels. Though compact and lightweight, the Nikon D5300 packs an enhanced 24.2-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor, EXPEED 4 image processing and the convenience of built-in Wi-Fi*(1). Disclosure: [NR] is sponsored by companies and affiliate partners that display various advertising banners and links (see our Privacy Policy). MILCs (Mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras) are also becoming an alternative to DSLRs, with some models featuring full-frame professional image sensors and even rivaling the best digital cameras. Other, more niche cameras such as 3D digital cameras and waterproof digital cameras allow specialized shooting. Gadget Review is also, home to some of the best top consumer reviews online with top ten consumer product comparisons to the latest gadget news, to top gadgets ranging from the top home security systems, the best satellite tv networks and expert product reviews, as well as the best product daily deals and giveaways.
Designed for studio photographers, the Hasselblad H4D-200MS is ideal for capturing images of stationary items such as cars, jewelry, artwork and other high-end products.
Create exciting travel journals, find nearby Points of Interest and easily share your location data when posting photos on Facebook or Flickr.
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