Nikon debuts budget-oriented D3300 camera

Nikon debuts budget-oriented D3300 camera

The Japanese camera maker Nikon has officially unveiled its latest budget-oriented digital camera known as D3300. The device measures 124 x 98 x 76 mm and weighs 430 grams with an included EN-EL14a battery.

The new camera is based on a 24 MP CMOS APS-C sensor and offers light sensitivity that goes from 100 to 25 600 ISO. Pictures get processed by the powerful Expeed 4 processor and there’s an 11-point autofocus system as well as an optical viewfinder with 95 per cent frame coverage and 0.85 fold increase.

The D3300 comes with a SD/SDHC/SDXC memory card slot, USB 2.0 and Mini HDMI ports, a 3-inch TFT display with 921 000 pixels, 160-degree viewing angles and support for the Live View mode. Users can produce images in NEF/RAW/JPEG formats at up to 6016 x 4000 pixels and there’s also support for MPEG-4/H.264 videos shot at Full HD resolution. The camera also offers 7 preset settings for various cases and optional Wi-Fi and GPS services.

The D3300 will be commercially available in early February. Users will be able to choose among three colors but the price will always be the same – USD 650.

(picture courtesy of GSMArena)

Source: Nikon

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