Nikon D3300 Review
Body & Design
Being an entry-entry-level model, the D3300 has a seemingly plastic shell that's not exactly sturdy-feeling, but doesn't seem overly cheap. It sports a sculpted handgrip on the front and a wide thumb rest on the back, both coated in a pleasantly resistive textured leather-like finish. Like the D3200, its twin infrared sensors are positioned in the front of the hand-grip and on the top rear left of the camera. Buttons for drive mode and image delete are now stacked side-by-side below the compass switch on the camera's back panel but, aside from this re-arrangement, everything else is in step with the model before it.
The D3300's viewfinder offers 95% coverage, and with 0.85x magnification it's slightly larger than the D5300's 0.82x viewfinder, and larger still than the D3200's 0.80x viewfinder. The Pentax K-500 leads the class in terms of coverage with an uncharacteristic 100% OVF and 0.92x magnification. The diagram below shows the D3300 to be average for the class.
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|Nikon D3300 DSLR 24.2 MP HD 1080p Camera with 18-55mm AF-P VR Zoom Lens - Black||$546.95|
|Nikon D3300 DSLR Camera with 18-55mm and 55-200mm Lenses Kit D3300||$646.95|
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