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Creating beautiful photos and videos has never been more fun.

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Life is full of surprising, joyful moments—moments worth remembering. The D3300 makes it fun and easy to preserve those moments in the lifelike beauty they deserve: stunning 24.2-megapixel photos and 1080p Full HD videos with tack-sharp details, vibrant colors and softly blurred backgrounds. With its included zoom lens, the new ultra-compact AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II, the D3300 is a small and light HDSLR and easy to use, too. Like sharing photos? The D3300 photos can appear instantly on your compatible smartphone or tablet for easy sharing with the optional WU-1a Wireless Adapter*! Whether you're creating high-resolution panoramas, adding artistic special effects or recording HD video with sound, the D3300 will bring you endless joy, excitement and memories—just like the special moments of your life.
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Beautiful memories made easy

Create stunning lifelike photos and HD videos

Taking snapshots with a smartphone is convenient, but are those photos good enough for preserving precious moments? The D3300's new EXPEED 4 lets you shoot at high speeds up to 5 frames per second, shoot in low light with high ISO sensitivity, create high-resolution panoramas and much more. Your 24.2-megapixel photos and 1080p Full HD videos will be so impressive, so rich with detail and color—so lifelike—they'll bring back the feelings of the moments they capture.

Exquisite detail reproduction realized by an image sensor unit designed without an optical low-pass filter.
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Use your smartphone with it

Share photos instantly with your compatible smartphone or tablet

Attach the optional WU-1a Wireless Adapter and marvel as the photos you take with the D3300 instantly appear on your compatible smartphone or tablet±. Share your favorite shots without missing a beat—text them, email them, upload them to your favorite social networking sites—it's your choice! You can even use your compatible smartphone or tablet as a remote monitor for the D3300. See what the camera sees and fire the shutter, perfect for self-portraits and group photos that actually include you.

Impress with every shot

Spectacular panoramas, Guide Mode and fun Special Effects

Using the D3300 is super easy—and a blast. Can't get the whole scene into your frame? Turn on Easy Panorama Mode and pan across the scene—the D3300 will capture the entire view as a high-resolution panoramic image. It's that easy! Guide Mode gives step-by-step help when you need it (it's like having an expert at your side), and you can easily get creative with built-in Image Effects, filters and more. You even get to choose which color you want for your D3300—black, grey or red!

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Take it everywhere

Compact, lightweight and reliable

The D3300 is a small and light HDSLR camera even when paired with the included AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II lens, which has a new ultra-compact design. The combination is designed to fit comfortably in your hands, and all of the D3300's buttons and dials are positioned for convenient, efficient operation. You'll take the D3300 everywhere you go, which means you'll bring home all the beautiful memories of your activities.
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Enjoy the view

Like all DSLR cameras, the D3300 has an optical viewfinder that gives you a true view through the lens of the camera—and what a view it is! If you've been using a point-and-shoot camera, you'll find it easier to frame your shots, follow moving subjects, zoom in on bright sunny days and more.
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Catch every moment

When the action starts, hold down the shutter button to capture every movement, expression and feeling at 5 frames per second—that's 5 beautiful photos for every second of action! You won't believe some of the moments you'll catch thanks to Nikon's new high-speed EXPEED 4 processing engine.
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Focus on the details

The D3300's 11-point Autofocus System locks onto your subjects as soon as they enter the frame and stays with them until you catch the shot you want. Even fast-moving subjects are captured with tack-sharp precision. And when you're recording Full HD video, Full-time Autofocus keeps the focus where you want it.
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Capture the sights and sounds

The D3300 doesn't only take great photos, it takes dazzling 1080p Full HD video with sound, too! Record smooth, ultra-sharp HD movies you can play back on your HDTV or upload to video sites. You can even apply those fun special effects for more creativity!

Additional Features

Brighten shadowy areas
The D3300's Active D-Lighting preserves the details and tones in both the bright and dark areas of your photos, so shadows are no problem. A new D-Lighting setting in the Retouch menu provides optimal correction for portraits, highlighting your subject against an evenly lit background.
Easily edit your photos
Make your photos even more impressive with the D3300's Retouch Menu. Easily crop in on your subject, alter the coloring, add special effects and more right in the camera—no additional software needed.
Grow your capabilities
The D3300 is compatible with Nikon's complete collection of legendary NIKKOR lenses and optimized for AF-S DX-format NIKKOR lenses. Every lens offers a unique view of the world. Have fun growing your own collection.
Succeed in tricky situations
Even if you're new to DSLR photography, getting great results in difficult situations couldn't be easier—just select from 6 common Scene Modes for your situation, or switch to Full Green Auto Mode and let the camera pick for you.
Add some style
Easily shoot in Black & White, enhance the intensity of colors, optimize the tones for flattering portraits and more with Picture Controls. Select one of 6 presets or create your own.

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This camera's Wi-Fi® capability using the WU-1a Wireless Mobile Adapter can only be used with a compatible iPhone®, iPad®, and/or iPod touch® or smart devices running on the Android™ operating system. The Wireless Mobile Utility application must be installed on the device before it can be used with this camera.
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Great Start Have just purchased the camera and am finding that it takes great photos and the features are fantastc. June 24, 2015
Very impressed with image quality The image quality is superb. As a longtime 35-mm film camera photographer, I have been used to setting everything manually. I am having fun exploring the options in my D3300, usually with the aperture-priority setting. The 24.2 Mp processor yields impressive images, and that is my main concern. The D3300 might be reasonably inexpensive, but there is nothing cheap about the image quality. The accompanying sample photos included both the uncropped and two cropped images. Shot with Nikon D3300 and 35-mm f/1.8 Nikkor prime lens set at f/5.6. No processing was used other than cropping. Additional information: ISO 200, aperture priority f 5.6, shutter speed 1/320. NEF RAW file. First crop made in Nikon Capture NX-D and saved as jpeg. A second, tighter crop was made from the first jpeg cropped image using Kodak Easyshare software, because I couldn't get the crop as tight as I wanted in NX-D, but with still very usable results. By the way, I could have used my 300-mm Nikkor zoom when shooting, but I was experimenting with the 35-mm Nikkor prime lens. Love Nikon. And love pushing the envelope. June 21, 2015
Fantastic HDSLR I just got this camera, after hours and hours of research. I knew I wanted a Nikon, so I went with the one I thought was best for my money. You can't go wrong with this camera kit, with the 55-200mms included in this particular package. As for simplicity and performance....outstanding. I would recommend this kit to anyone wanting an affordable kit to begin your photographic journeys. June 14, 2015
Great DSLR! I love this DSLR. It takes very clear pics and the autofocus is great. Overall im very impressed with this camera! April 2, 2015
Wonderful For Everything Got this camera recently, shot at an airshow with the kit lens, and still gets great shots. can't wait for the 55-200mm lens I'm getting soon. March 4, 2015
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Suddenly videos and movies will not transfer off card using the camera. Files have size info asociated but vlc or adobe do not recocignize. Help

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Shot a couple of wedding using same D3300 with 32gig scandisk class 10 pixtor no problem. This time used 16 gig scandisk ultra plus class 10. Some files are ok but get to point in the list of files and nothing. Even jpegs that have thumbnails connected to them on the card do not transfer
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Does all the pictures and movies display in the camera. If so, that is good, you haven't lost any data yet. Next step would be to remove the scandisk from the camera and mount the scandisk in your computer and see if you can manually copy from the scandisk media reader to your picture folder on your hard drive. If that works, the most obvious failure will either be the usb connectors on either the computer or camera or the cable connecting the two. Nikon support will need to know the result of this test.

Next thing is to see if you can duplicate the error on another 16GB scandisk. If you can, try using the nikon camera to format the scandisk you are testing on and repeat the test. Nikon support will find the results of these test helpful in isolating the problem. If you can't duplicate the error after using the D3300 format option, then the likely cause is something wrong with the 16GB scandisk.
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Please contact Nikon Support for troubleshooting and assistance: http://support.NikonUSA.com .
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Will the 50mm f/1.4g lens work on this camera

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Yes it will
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Yes, the AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4G will work with the D3300. For more information please see the following link: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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I need help with a Len choice(s)

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Hi. Haven't purchased it yet but am looking at the D3300. I take photos of ceramics, glass, books, and jewelry. Which lens would be my best choice?
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A lot depends on a combination with the distance between the camera and subjet along with the size of the subject. For absolutely the best image possible, nothing beats the Micro-Nikkor prime lenses. While they are expensive, the image quality in terms of resolution, sharpness and contrast are stunning, but they are expensive.

As a more affordable solution would be to use the kit lens (18-55mm) that comes with the camera and buy a set of close up lenses. The sharpness and contrast aren't as good as the Micro-Nikkor lenses and the kit lens does introduce some distortion, the results can be quite acceptable for general photography. With a sturdy and rigid tripod a zoom will give you the added advantage of being able to crop in the camera without having to move the camera closer or further away/

After using a the kit lens (and keeping track of the focal length being used) you will soon discover the natural focal length for the distance and image size that you normally shoot. That will let you know the focal length of a prime lens you need.

In just about every case, a prime lens has less distortion than a zoom lens. It is a matter of how much distortion you can have and still have an acceptable image. I do a lot of images the combine glass and fine engraving so for me, the distortion, if I am careful, is undetectable. For you it might be different, depending on your subject.
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AF-S DX Micro-NIKKOR 40mm f/2.8G
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What is the weight on the nikon D3300?

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14.5 ounces/410 grams camera body only.
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The D3300 weighs approximately 14.5 oz. (410 g) camera body only.
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What SD cards do Nikon recommend for the D3300

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Here is a link:
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The following is a list in the link below are all of the approved memory cards for the Nikon D3300 Digital Single Lens Reflex camera. These cards have been tested and approved for use with the D3300. The D3300 uses listed SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards. Memory cards with an SD Speed Class rating of 6 or faster are recommended for recording movies. Movie recording may stop unexpectedly when memory cards with lower Speed Class rating are used.: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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this cam, have internal driver for lens? or is like D3200?

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No built in lens motor, you must use AF-S or AF-I lenses for autofocus.
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does the lens provided with this camera has auto focus motor?

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The lenses that operate with the D3200 is compatible with the D3300. The 18-55mm lens that comes with the D3300 will have an autofocus motor built in.
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when will this camera be available in India?

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what will be the approximate price of this camera(both with and without the lens(18-55)) in rupees?
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For information on D3300 release in India please contact Nikon India here: http://www.nikon.co.in/en_IN/home.p...?
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Is it possible to buy the body only, no kit? Price of body only?

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The D3300 is availible to pre-order with the 18-55mm VR Lens Kit. As this moment, the body only is not availible.
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Does this camera have an HDR mode, if yes, does it create a raw file?

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The D3300 does not have an HDR feature.
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When will this camera be released?

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The Nikon D3300, kitted with the AF-S NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II lens, will be available in early February 2014 in Black, Red and Grey for a suggested retail price* (SRP) of $649.95. The AF-S NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II will be available at the same time as the D3300, and will also be sold separately for $249.95 SRP*. The AF-S NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G lens will be available on February 20, 2014 for a suggested retail price of $599.95*.
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Does the D3300 have a video zoom option like the T3i?

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I use it to zoom in on my subject before pressing record to make sure it/they are in focus. Note: I only shoot video and use all manual primes, so being able to use the magnification button on the T3i helps with focus issues tremendously. I'm ready to buy a Nikon b/c Canon continues to drag their feet on the 1080p/60p option. Thanks!
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The D3300 has the ability to zoom while shooting a video if using a zoom lens. The D3300 does not have a power zoom for video shooting.
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Does this camera have the guide mode like the D3200

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The D3300 does have a guide mode that can be located on the mode dial.
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Initially I understood that this camera would be available Feb 6, 2014, but status is still preorder. What is the availability date?

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The D3300 can be purchased at this time. The D3300 is not in preorder.
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difference of D3300& D5200

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The D3300's new EXPEED 4 lets you shoot at high speeds up to 5 frames per second, shoot in low light with high ISO sensitivity, create high-resolution panoramas and much more. Your 24.2-megapixel photos and 1080p Full HD videos will be so impressive. The D5200's highly sensitive 24.1-megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor captures your vision with lifelike brilliance—marvel at the vibrant colors and razor-sharp detail, even in low light. Legendary NIKKOR lenses, marvels of clarity and quality, are the perfect companion for the D5200, drawing peak performance out of the sensor. Our intelligent Scene Recognition System compares your shot against an onboard database for optimum exposure, and EXPEED 3.
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Does D3300 really support 60p Full HD video recording?

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In the video settings, I couldn't find the 1920x1080 60p option but Nikon claims it. Please help me sort this out!
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With the D3300, 60p Full HD video recording is capable. HD video recording settings are listed on page 158 in the reference manual. https://support.nikonusa.com/app/an...
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what is the maximum time of movie i can record in hd in a full charged battery

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With the D3300, the camera can record up to 29 minutes per video clip. This may vary depending on the capacity of the memory card that is being used in the camera at the time of recording.
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Is this model manufactured only in Japan?

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Nikon operates factories all across the globe and each operates to the same high standard. While individual cameras are marked with their country of manufacture, we cannot make a blanket statement about the country of origin of a specific type/model of camera.
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Panoramic mode does not seem to work. Is there a step by step guide?

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I went through the User manual. Pressed the Lv (Live View) button. I don't see the framing grid as the manual says. I went ahead and pressed the shutter button half way and then rest of the way until it clicked as per the instructions. I hear couple of clicks, the screen goes blank and then preview of one picture that was taken appears. There is no left and right or up and down arrows. Even though I tried panning the camera progress indicator does not appear. In short Panorama does not work for me. Am I doing something wrong?
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http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-And-Explore/Article/gjq8l3rt/easy-panorama-mode.html
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Small button around 8:00 position next to lens

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There is a small button on the body of the D3300 by the lens opening around the 8:00 position. I cannot find anything in the reference manual about it. I think it is used for specific lenses. Does anybody know what it is?
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After a little research, I finally found this on FredMiranda - forum/topic/816933 - user: jasoncallen

"On lower-mid end bodies that do NOT meter with manual lenses (D50/60/70/80/90 to name a few), there is a lever at the 7 o'clock position of the camera's F-mount that indicates to the camera body that your mounted AF lens's aperture is stopped-down to minimum. If you are using an AF-"D" lens, the aperture must be locked to its minimum for proper performance on an AF body."

(me: an AF-D lens is an autofocusing CPU lens, similar to the G lenses you are probably using, but it also has a manual aperture ring on it to make it backwards compatible with older bodies.)

"Again, if a non-AI lens is mounted (a very old type of Nikon F mount lens), it lacks a cut-away in the aperture ring of the lens to accommodate that lever, and it will bend or otherwise damage that lever."
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Can you record more than 29 mins of HD video by starting a new video clip or will the camera be too hot?

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This will depend on your shooting conditions (such as ambient temperature) and how the camera was being used prior to the start of movie recording. If the temperature of the camera is too high, the D3300 will shut down in order to prevent damage to the internal circuitry. However, if the camera temperature is not too high, movie recording can be resumed.
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