Nikon D5300

Announced Oct 17, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | APS-C sensor
Nikon D5300 Ask a question in forums about the Nikon D5300.
Ask a new question
273
Questions
asked
31
Questions
answered
Filter questions by
« First‹ Previous12345Next ›Last »
33
replies
I am infatuated with the X-100T and need some thoughts on should I buy or not buy this camera. Currently I own the Nikon D-5300 and like it a lot but a lot of the time when I go out the door I will take my old Fuji Finepix F30, which still takes great photos. So this is where the x100T comes into the picture. Is it worthwhile for me to spend $1300 on this camera vs. using my DSLR with a 35mm prime lens and accomplish the same type of photos? What I do like about the X100T is it is less...
4
replies
Hi everyone, I am considering the switch to a full frame system. Photography is an hobby to me and I currently own a Nikon D5300, so a recent camera. I am not a fan of any particular brand, I just prefer how Sony sensors perform, hence my choice would be on Nikon or Sony side. Money are also to be consider and nowadays a brand new A7 would cost me 1k euros, while for a D610 I would have to pay more than 1600. I only own 1 Nikon lens, so it's now a big of an issue for me to switch. I just...
23
replies
So -- pushing myself beyond beginner...picked up a d5300 which I like and am happy with. Kept my kit 55-200mm lens. I like shooting wildlife. But finding I'm having issues with focus/sharpness. I know at full zoom it's going to be iffy. And in the end maybe that's the whole issue. But I often find my stuff is less than tack sharp. I think I'm asking too much from my equipment but would love someone to just confirm that? (and I cannot afford a wildlife lens so I may just be plum out of luck....
3
replies
I'm quite new to more serious cameras and having read many of the reviews and posts here I'm more confused than when I started. My only camera, other than my phone, is a 15+ year old Canon Powershot, so I feel like I'm practically starting anew. I'm looking for a camera that I can do some astrophotography and nature photography with and is in the $800-1000 range. Less wouldn't be bad either and let me purchase an additional lens.  For the astrophotography, I plan to either shoot through my...
24
replies
I've had a D5300 with a kit lens - Nikon 18-140 for a year now, and I'm very happy with both, but I feel the need for a longer focal length. I saw that the Tamron 16-300 has gotten very good reviews, but also some very specific negative reviews regarding soft images, slow autofocus engine, distortion, and general IQ issues. On the other hand there is a Nikon 18-300 (the newer version) which I saw got good reviews here and in Amazon. It's only 18mm and not 16mm, and the Tamron has a better...
nokkinguy
By: nokkinguy (1 week ago)
1
reply
Can someone please recommend affordable Studio Light Strobe below $300 that is compatible for YN 622N Flash trigger? I have a Nikon D5300  Thanks
7
replies
Hi there, I currently bought Nikon d5300 and still trying to find my way round.... And he to know all the things. im looking to get lense that would be ideal for holidays/landscapes/ outdoor without changing it all the time. whch one should I get ? Nikkor 55-200 or 50mm 1.8? Or something else?  if you had to choose one lense only....? im sorry if I'm repeating question but I have no clue and more I read more confused I get ! thank you
4
replies
Hello all!! i'm a journalist student looking to invest some money in a DLSR and try her hand at photojournalism and cinematography. I've done the research and have decided on Nikon. I'm attracted to the D330, because of the price point. I'm a beginner and have been pretty notorious in the past about getting frustrated over photography and giving up, so I want to keep it as cheap as possible, so I won't feel so bad if this doesn't work out. I also want to keep the camera as basic as possible...
2
replies
Hi, I am just starting to use my new lens and can not get it to go wide open to f2.8 even on full manual mode with my d5300. Have I got a dodgy lens or is this a weird incompatibility problem? Look forward to your advise, thanks --Endeavouring to create gob smacking imagery.
5
replies
From imaging-resource, I've read that the D5500 is the best sports camera under 1K. I have the old 18-105 and 55-200. I've read these lenses are no longer up to the new sensor. But what I'd like to know is will they hamper the D5500's superb AF? I currently have the D5300 which is not bad with them.  --slowshotmax
Filter questions by
« First‹ Previous12345Next ›Last »