Nikon D3300 24.2 MP Digital SLR Camera (Black)

3 Review(s)
Availability: In stock


Entry-level DSLR Camera with Stunning Image Quality

32,450.00 29,990.00 (as of September 10, 2017, 12:16 am)

Buy product



Nikon D3300 Hands-on Review

The D3300( is Nikon's latest update to their entry-level DSLRs - is this perfect for the first user/photographer learner? Pricing Reference: ...

Additional information



, ,










3 reviews for Nikon D3300 24.2 MP Digital SLR Camera (Black)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Awesome camera. Nicely packaged.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    With a great value for money, both the EOS 1300D from Canon and Nikon’s D3300 are tied on several aspects, leaving buyers confused as to which one pick up.Recently, I had an opportunity to have a hands-on experience with the Canon EOS 1300D. I have also been using a Nikon D3300 for a few months now. On the basis of my experience with both the cameras, here is a comparison to tell you which one you should go for.- Megapixel : Canon has 18 megapixels while Nikon has 24 megapixels. Nikon has the advantage in terms of megapixels.- Sensor size / type : While Canon has APS-C (22.3 x 14.9 mm) and on the other hand Nikon has APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm). Here also nikon has biggen sensor size.-Image processor : Canon uses Digic 4+ image processing and Nikon on the other hand uses Expeed 4. Both processor are on par with each other.- Low pass filter : Canon 1300 sports low pass filter but not Nikon.- Image stabilization : None of these models supports Image Stabilization.- AF System: Both uses “Contrast + Phase Detect sensor”.- AF points : Canon has only 9 AF points where as Nikon sports 11 AF points which is really a great advantage over Canon AF system.- ISO : Canon has 100-12800 ISO Sensivity where as Nikon has better ISO sensivity that is 100-25600.- Shutter Speed (Min/Max) : Canon: 30sec 1/4000 sec VS Nikon : 30 sec 1/4000 sec. Both Have same.- Top Continuous Shooting Speed : Canon has speed of 3 FPS only where as Nikon has 5 FPS. Nikon is winner in this field clearly.- Video : Canon has 1920 x 1080 (30p,24fps) where as Nikon has 1920 x 1080 (60, 50, 30, 25, 24 fps). Nikon here is far more better than Canon in terms of FPS.- Display : Both have 3.0″ LCD Rear Touch Screen (920,000 pixels)- Viewfinder : Both have same Optical Viewfinder that is 95% on each.- Battery Life : Can can take only 500 shots with one full battery charge where as 700 shots can be taken by nikon in single battery charge- Wireless connectivity: There is bulit-in wireless adapter in canon but in case of Nikon its not there. Canon does great job here.To sum of all the above :Nikon D3300 features better sensor compared to Canon 1300D, with the Nikon D3300 you get not only more resolution buy you also get more ISO range.The absence of low-pass filter as well as more resolution allows you to get more clear shot compared to Canon 1300D.Bit-better AF system, Nikon D3300 AF system is more advance compared to Canon 1300D and gives you extra 2 AF points on the display/viewfinder screen.The other biggest advantage of the camera is continuous shooting speed of the Nikon D3300.At the end Nikon D3300 also offers you to capture more stunning images in a single recharge.My Verdict:Summing up all the strengths and weaknesses, I found both the cameras pack almost similar features. But the bigger sensor and higher burst mode helps D3300 to score a bit more and it also costs around Rs 2,000 less than the Canon 1300D.I would, however, suggest you to visit nearby Canon and Nikon stores and have hands-on experience of both cameras and pick the one that is best for youThanks for reading guys,and do tick the “Helpful” option below, so that this may be useful to others too…If you have any doubt regarding this review or this product, then Feel Free to Contact me or Comment Below.Thank YouIndian Reviewer

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Overall this dslr is the best beast to start with trust me i have done a research on this

Add a review