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The Canon EOS Rebel T5 and Nikon D3300 are the newest entry-level DSLRs from the two largest manufacturers. As for performance, we found both cameras easy to use, and both take very good photographs.
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Tip 1: Always a best idea to shoot using trigger remote or a timer to avoid shakes to the camera.
Tip 2: Minimize the shutter speed of your DSLR, that will help you capture some smooth shots of fire and will bring more light to your picture. Tip 4: Do not increase the ISO too much since we already have low shutter speed and increasing too much ISO will bring Noise in the picture. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
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Both models are designed to take great photos and to be easy to operate – especially for new users who are buying a DSLR for the first time.

Whereas the T5 felt like a rebadged T3 with some minor upgrades, Nikon gave the D3300 a bit more oomph.
Newbies would find the D3300’s handholding guides particularly helpful in learning about all the features. It can be tempting to wait for the sun to shine, but packing your camera away as soon as the light begins to fail can mean missing hours of great picture opportunities. You can unsubscribe at any time and we'll never share your details without your permission. Make adjustments to exposure, color, contrast, noise reduction and lens corrections in camera RAW as needed. While both cameras will satisfy the DSLR beginner, our tests found that the Nikon D3300 comes out on top. The D3300 has a new sensor that not only has a higher megapixel count, but it doesn’t use a low-pass filter, which helps it achieve better image quality. Night photography can be one of the most rewarding genres you'll shoot.Your DSLR is more than capable of taking great pictures in these conditions - but it needs your help. It also uses Nikon’s latest image processor, the Expeed 4, whereas the T5 is a using the Digic 4, which is about two generations behind. Both cameras include 18-55mm kit lenses that are okay to start out with, but eventually you’d want to invest in new glass.

The D3300 also trumps the T5 in movie capture, LCD brightness, high ISO range, faster burst mode, and battery life.
Overall, in terms of features and performance, the D3300 gets our Recommended vote, even though it’s slightly more expensive.
We'll also throw in plenty of great tricks to help you encourage your camera out of its nightly slumber.SEE MORE12 common errors of night photography (and how to solve them)9 essential night photography tips for beginnersChoosing the right aperture for night photographyWhen setting up your camera to shoot night photography, it's usually essential to keep the camera perfectly stable. The T5, meanwhile, suffers from a noisy shutter mechanism and doesn’t handle high ISOs well.
But the plusses for the T5 include that Canon “tone and feel” image quality we love, as well as a lower price – cost is always a deciding factor for many consumers. Both cameras get a thumbs down for their mono microphones, considering both can shoot at Full HD 1080.
The shutter speed may be seconds long, but with your camera fixed firmly this isn't a problem (find out some of the common problems at every shutter speed - and the best settings to use).Here is a quick, but handy, photography cheat sheet listing some of the rough camera settings you're likely to need for some of the more popular night photography subjects. Compared to their respective predecessors (the T3 and D3200), the D3300 went through more of an evolution; the T5 seems like old technology.

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