Review: Nikon D5300 – Nikon’s first DSLR cameras with Wifi Features

One of the giant manufacturers in the world of photography and videography, Nikon re-released its newest product. This time the Japanese company introduced the Nikon D5300 DSLR camera, which is a type of the latest Digital Single-Lens Reflex. This camera is the successor of the series D5200, with the addition of some improvement in the specifications. I wonder if the camera is also included in the category of excellent class.

The addition of the most interesting features on this camera is a feature built-in WiFi. Thus, this Nikon D5300 became the first Nikon DSLR camera equipped with a WiFi connection support, which already can be connected directly to the Internet or to other devices. The presence of this feature must have been very eagerly awaited by the fans of Nikon. Here is a full review of the Nikon D5300 camera’s.

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Design and Control

Just like the Nikon D5200, D5300 series camera is also equipped with a screen that can be rotated, a vari-angle screen LCD type. Only, this time the size is much larger, ie, measuring 5.3 inches, with a pixel density reached 1.04 million dots. In addition, this camera also has an optical viewfinder is slightly larger than its predecessor.

Meanwhile, the body itself is designed with a solid design, and is available in three colors, ie black, candy apple red, and bluish-gray tone. The weight of the Nikon D5300 camera is also lighter when compared with his elder brother, weighing only 480 grams for the body only. While the full dimensions measuring 125 x 98 x 76 mm.

Image Quality and Resolution

For guarantee of quality, Nikon’s DX-format sensor pair CMOS 24.2-megapixel on this Nikon D5300, not much different than D5200 series. The difference is, this latest product is no longer equipped with optical low-pas filter, with the goal to produce images that have better detail, although will not be able to prevent moire effect.

Not only that, the Nikon D5300 is also equipped with a 39 point autofocus system with nine cross-type sensors and metering 2,016 pixel RGB sensor. Then, there are also features Auto ISO with estrangement ISO 100-12800, which may be increased up to ISO 25600. While the size of the resulting images up to 6000 x 4000 pixels.

Performance

About the Nikon D5300 camera’s performance, certainly will be much tougher, thanks to EXPEED 4 processor for the first time used in the Nikon DSLR cameras. With the presence of these processors, this camera is capable of recording Full HD video quality 1920 x 1080 pixels at 60 frames per second (fps).

As for the shooting, the Nikon D5300 can be used up to a speed of 5 fps, with better image results. In addition, the processor also allows for increased efficiency of the battery on this camera, so it can shoot images up to 700 times the shots, more 200 images of the D5200 series.

Features

The presence of features WiFi connection on Nikon D5300 camera has become the most interesting part. Although relatively late when compared to its rivals like Canon and Sony, which had already been buried WiFi feature on its flagship camera, but this is still great Nikon innovation, because the first time carried on his DSLR camera.

Previously, Nikon only provides optional wireless mobile adapter WU 1A form on the camera, to be able to connect to the Internet via WiFi. The way it is less efficient for the mobile photographer, because they are forced to do a plug-in transmitter wireless WiFi before gaining access to the camera. But now, with already a feature designed WiFi on-board, then the Nikon D5300 camera user is also able to use Mobile Wireless Utility application, which allows to take pictures remotely using smartphone devices. Additionally, this camera is also equipped with circuitry that has been integrated GPS feature.

Here’s a video revew of the Nikon D5300

Conclusion

Nikon D5300 camera itself is intended for consumers who need interchangeable camera that can be used everyday, but still has a good performance and is able to produce a sharp image quality. If you are interested to have it, you can buy Nikon D5300 camera is priced at $ 800, just for the body only. Meanwhile, if you want to get it all at once with 18-140mm lens f / 3.5-5.6 VR, you have to set up a fund of $ 1,400.