Nikon D5300

Announced Oct 17, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | APS-C sensor
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Hello all, I recently bought a Nikon D5300 (great camera), and have been trying to use it with as much care as possible. Today, however, I noticed a smudge in the viewfinder, and upon closer inspection, found out that the smudge is on the focus screen on the underside of the pentamirror. I shined a flashlight at the mirror apparatus so I could look into the viewfinder and pinpoint the location of the smudge, but my attempts the particle did not yield any results. I am really worried, as i...
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I have a Nikon D5100 with 3 lenses and some accessories. I am looking to upgrade and saw a deal on the Canon EOS 7D SLR Digital Camera with 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM Lens on B&H for $950.  Since I am vested in Nikon with the 3 lenses should I get a Nikon and if so which one or should I stick with this deal since its a good price and sell all of my existing Nikon equipment?  I heard the D5300 was good and saw a deal on the D7000.  I also heard the 7D has awesome video and I will be using the...
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i am taking pictures from five years.all the basic things i know well.now i want to upgrade my camera.i have a nikon s9500.now i want to buy a dslr.i have some questions. 1.is nikon d5300 enough for me? 2.i have decided to buy a nikon 18-55mm vr lens.is this enough for landscape and portrait? 3.i mainly shoot bird and wildlife so i will buy a 70-300mm telephoto lens also.which is better betwin tamron 70-300mm vc and nikon 70-300mm vr? 4.i live in india and i want to know the actual offline...
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Hi, I've bought the Nikon D5300. Now I want an external flash and I'm between the Nikon SB300 and the Nikon SB500 (not betters as my budget is not big). I can't make the choice, I've read that SB500 is great but D5300 doesn't have all the needs to make full usage of the SB500 capabilities. I'm not a professional photographer, I just use it to take family pictures, vacations, etc. Can you please recommend me one and let me know why? Thanks! Guillermo.
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I'm looking at a kit, D5300 and Nikkor 70-300 f4-5.6 w/SWM for outdoor sports, soccer and swim - typically sunny to blistering sunny. Looking to find out... hit/miss rates, any focus speed issues, posted samples... how well this combo will work? Will I need a 7000/7100? Any input will help! Thanks  Dave
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Hello Could someone please advise me of choosing between Nikon D5200 VS D90. I do know the basic advantages as follows: D90: Has a top LCD panel which is very useful, Has built in focus motor, more pixel density D5200: More colorful picture, higher ISO for night time photography, more focus points, Flip out screen D5200 vs D90:- Shutter Lag 300 ms vs 200ms, Continuous shooting 5 fps vs 4.5 fps Similarity: both has the same shutter speed 1/4000 But still confused. I am a beginner in...
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Hi Everyone, Although I have lurking around this forum for quite some time, this is my first post/question. I have learnt a lot here and regularly visit this forum. So here is my question: I have a Nikon D5300 DSLR. It has fastest flash sync speed of 1/200. Now, if I get a Nikon CLS compatible Speedlight (thinking SB-700) can I get a faster flash sync? Or is it completely limited by the camera body? I was looking at the Nikon CLS info and it said it is compatible with my camera so I am a...
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Hi, I have a relatively new (less than 1 year old) Nikon D5300. It has been working fine for a while, but today I turned it on to take some pictures but the autofocus through the viewfinder will not work. I Have to hold the button halfway to focus, but then it waits around 5 seconds before going through its whole range of focus. When I use the screen to autofocus, it works just fine. I have two lenses, the Nikon DX AF-S 18-55mm and the Nikon DX AF-S 55-300mm. It doesn't matter which lens I...
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I have a D5300 and have been experimenting with back focus (I have AF-ON and have re-set AF-C priority selection to release).  But I have a problem (so I'm thinking I have a setting that's not correct):  once I take my thumb off the focus button, the next time I press the focus button it Locks the photo on the camera (so it can't be deleted) and the camera won't focus again until I press the shutter down half way!  This is defeating the purpose of back focus, IMO.  Is there a way to disable...
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