The D3300 is a 24-megapixel digital camera with a set of lenses with a 35mm focal length of 27mm to 82.5mm. It has the 3-inch LCD (921,000 pixels). It still includes a through a viewfinder, which is useful in bright lighting.
Despite the appearance of D3400 in the line of Nikon DSLR, D3300 is also our choice of entry-level mirrors. What for? Simply put, it flips a lot of boxes for the first users – the 24-megapixel sensor provides excellent shots, it’s just easy to utilize, has a very good battery life and is supported by a nice array of lenses and the other accessories. The factor is in excellent value now, and the D3300 is tough to beat and make best.
Since it allows the interchangeable lens and includes a mirror and a through viewfinder, we view this model as a mirror-like SLR camera.
The best lens for Nikon D3300 camera set has a great maximum aperture of f / 3.5. The shutter speed range of the camera is from 30 seconds to 1/4000 seconds.
The D3300 stores photos on the SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards, but does not have a built-in storage. It just captures images in JPEG or RAW format with a maximum resolution of 6000 x 4000 and full HD resolution as MOV files with a maximum resolution of the 1920 x 1080 and a frame rate of up to 60p fps.
In this SLR, there are 11 AF points, 14 exposure modes, exposure compensations control that can be set to +/- 5 EV in high dynamic range mode, which accepts and you get as much tonal range as possible. The image stabilization system for this camera is optical. It also has the best resolution allowing it to perform the best work of capturing the photos.
The D3300 measures 4.9 inches in width and 3.9 inches in height by 3.1 inches in depth and weighs seventeen ounces (1.1 pounds).
Learn more about the Nikon D3300 DSLR here.