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Oct 28, 2015 11:47 PM 3872 Views

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I bought this camera on April 4th 2014.

• I recommend the Nikon D3300 to everyone who asks what camera to buy for great photos of family, friends, sports, concerts, theater and action.

• Got kids and want great action, low-light and long-distance photos? The D3300 is the camera to get. Paying more won't get you much more other than a lot more weight to have to carry around.

• The built-in flash is excellent. You probably don't need a separate flash unless you're trying to shoot action or kids which demand a fast recycle time.

• The included 18-55mm VR II is probably all you need for everything. If you're new to photography, the strongest advice I can give you from 45 years of experience is that it's far more important to learn how to use what you've got, instead of confusing the issue by buying more lenses, as you're starting out.

• Personally, I usually use the 35mm f/1.8 DX for everything and leave the 18-55mm VR at home.

• The D3300's LCD is big, bright, sharp and color-accurate. You couldn't really put a bigger or better screen on a camera this small.

• Like most DSLRs, the battery lasts forever. The biggest worry you should have is being lulled into forgetting to bring your charger on a long trip.

• New in the D3300, a swept panorama mode lets us hand-hold and swipe the D3300 in any of four directions to make a 180º panorama.

• Color rendition is superb; the D3300 uses all the same picture controls, with matching results, to all the other current Nikon cameras.

PROS: Small for a DSLR; Retracting lens makes camera compact; Sharp, clear images with accurate color; Video has smooth movement; Great price

CONS: No tilting LCD screen; Limited shooting controls.

VERDICT: The Nikon D3300 is an excellent entry-level camera for aspiring photographers, delivering a good feature set and high-quality images.(Collapse)

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