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- 81AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE23 ReviewsPC World80Nikon D5300 digital SLR cameraNikon's D5300 is an entry-level digital SLR camera that will suit those of you looking to make the leap to a more advanced camera than a compact or smartphone camera. It can be a versatile shooter as long as you have the right lenses, and it's available in twin lens kits that offer good value for money.Tom's Guide80Nikon D5300 DSLR ReviewNikon's new enthusiast DSLR offers a few upgrades over the D5200, such as GPS and Wi-Fi, but continued high image-quality is the best feature.PC Mag80Nikon D5300The Nikon D5300 D-SLR is a modest upgrade from the previous model, but it's just as worthy as being our Editors' Choice.CNET80A great everyday dSLRThe Nikon D5300 is a great choice as a general-purpose dSLR.Digital Photography Review80Nikon D5300 ReviewThe D5300 is a very good upper-entry-level DSLR with a high resolution sensor and solid video features. It's bigger than mirrorless competitors and it's priced on the high end of its class, but it won't let down a budding photographer.CNET80A great everyday dSLRThe Nikon D5300 is a great choice as a general-purpose dSLR.Digital Photography ReviewNot RatedNikon D5300 First-impressions Review'Tis the season for iterative updates, apparently. The D5300, Nikon's second new DSLR in as many weeks comes less than a year after the announcement of its predecessor, the D5200, and while it doesn't represent a massive upgrade to the older camera it is improved in some meaningful ways.EngadgetNot RatedNikon D5300 is the company's first DSLR with builtIt's a mid-range model, the D5300, designed for consumers looking for an everyday interchangeable-lens camera with good performance and solid image quality. This camera replaces the D5200, adding a new 24.2-megapixel sensor without an optical low-pass filter.CNETNot RatedNikon D5300 camera gets new sensor, new kit lens,The two highlights of the update are a slightly redesigned and noticeably smaller and lighter -- but not too small -- body, and the incorporation of a sensor without the OLPF, which should deliver sharper images.Macworld UK80Nikon D5300 review - Outwardly shiny with modest bDespite the outward shiny-ness and more modest 600-shot rechargeable battery life, it could make for a longer term investment than the cheaper still Sony A3000 or your most basic entry level model.CNET AU80Nikon D5300There is nothing revolutionary about the D5300 that would give D5000-series owners the impetus to upgrade. But taken on its own merits, the D5300 is a competent SLR that has enough features to set itself apart from the pack.Imaging ResourceNot RatedNikon D5300 Reviewverall, we're very excited about the improvements in the Nikon D5300, especially its Wi-Fi and video capabilities, and we're eager to see if it performs once we get it in the IR Lab for testing.Pocket-LintNot RatedHands-on: Nikon D5300 reviewDespite being a familiar DSLR model, there's a lot to like about the D5300. It polishes up some of the already strong D5200's features to add extra sheen and goes in headstrong when it comes to sharing. It's not a quantum leap, mind, but does look like another solid Nikon release.TechRadar8024MP, vari-angle screen and Wi-Fi-equipped DSLRThe vari-angle screen and Effect modes encourage the user to shoot in live view mode (and compose the image on screen), but the live view AF system's performance lags behind that of many compact system cameras, and the screen isn't touch-sensitive.However, a 24-million-pixel DSLR with a 3.2-inch articulating screen, 39-point AF system and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity is still a good option for someone looking to take their photography more seriously. The control layout is relatively simple, too, so you can find the settings that you want and get to grips with the camera quickly.Digital Versus100Review: Nikon D5300 DSLR Gains Speed and ConnectivBy ditching the low-pass filter, borrowing a sensor from a higher-end model, adding a new image processor, building in a GPS and Wi-Fi, improving the design, and speeding up performances, Nikon has made a triumphant return to the enthusiast DSLR market with the D5300.T380Nikon D5300 reviewThe Nikon D5300 has much to recommend it in a high pixel count and the versatility of a tilting LCD screen, along with alternative of an eye-level optical viewfinder plus the built-in Wi-Fi connectivity option anyone upgrading from a smartphone would expect.TechRadar80Nikon D5300 reviewAlthough the upgrades made to the D5200 by the D5300 are solid, they are unlikely to attract D5200 users to upgrade.What Digital Camera90Nikon D5300 ReviewWhile its new features don't make it a groundbreaking release, they add up to make it a better specified product for the entry-level and advanced amateur photographers it's out to target.Camera Labs80Nikon D5300 reviewWith a couple of headline features guaranteed to get your attention, plus other significant enhancements the D5300 looks to be very tempting proposition. It's not without its faults though.What Digital CameraNot RatedNikon D5300 First LookWhile we've seen a fair bit of innovation recently across the market, Nikon plays it much safer with the D5300. Looking at the specification and at first glance at least, appears to be a suitable upgrade of the D5200, though there are still some areas that we feel need attention.TechRadarNot RatedHands on: Nikon D5300 reviewWhile the upgrades made to the D5200 by the D5300 are solid, they are unlikely to attract D5200 users to upgrade. They do however, make the camera more attractive to photographers without a brand commitment.Good Housekeeping90The GHI's Tried & Tested verdict of the Nikon D5300The Nikon D5300 is a good DSLR. It's compact, lightweight and its battery will last.Although some photos looked dark and it lacks a premium look and feel. If those aren't deal breakers, we would highly recommend this camera.Expert Reviews60A camera with a fantastic sensorSome welcome improvements, but they don't address key criticisms we had with its predecessorPhoto Review50Nikon D5300 ReviewWith all of Nikon’s DX cameras now having 24-megapixel sensors, most potential purchasers will be wondering whether it’s worthwhile paying extra for the D5300, when there’s a cheaper D3300 available. The size and weight differences between the two camera bodies are marginal but the D5300 gives you an adjustable monitor plus Wi-Fi and GPS, although both drain battery capacity.ePHOTOzine90The Nikon D5300 DSLR is the smallest Digital SLR with built in Wi-Fi and GPS, find out how it performs in our review.The Nikon D5300 takes the tried and tested Nikon D5x00 series and updates it with a new more compact body, upgrading the screen in the process to a larger 3.2inch version and adding built in Wi-Fi and GPS into the mix. Along with this the 24 megapixel sensor now features no optical low pass filter, which will give improved image quality when shooting with high quality lenses, and we would recommend using prime lenses to get the best out of the camera. In terms of specifications and features, the Nikon D5300 outperforms the competition with built in Wi-Fi, GPS, and a larger 3.2 inch screen, as well as the predecessor, the D5200, with improved battery life and noise performance. However, live view focus is still frustratingly slow, with cameras like the Sony Alpha A65 and Panasonic Lumix G6 offering much quicker performance in live view modes.TrustedReviews80Nikon D5300 ReviewAlthough the Nikon D5300 certainly isn’t perfect, with the lack of a touchscreen and a high price-tag at launch two noticeable issues, it’s among best DSLRs on the market and is certainly worthy of consideration if you’re in the market for an upgrade from your first DSLR, CSC or advanced compact.TrustedReviews80Nikon D5300 reviewThe Nikon D5300 certainly isn’t perfect, with the lack of a touchscreen and a high price-tag at launch two noticeable issues, it’s among best DSLRs on the market and is certainly worthy of consideration if you’re in the market for an upgrade from your first DSLR, CSC or advanced compact.ePHOTOzine90Nikon D5300 Digital SLR Full ReviewWith a 24.2 megapixel sensor, with no OLPF, the camera is capable of taking some very detailed and sharp photos, making it a camera you can grow into, and if you are prepared to invest in additional lenses, then you should be able to get the best out of the camera.ePHOTOzineNot RatedNikon D5300 Hands-On PreviewWi-Fi and GPS is built in so you can embed GPS data into the EXIF information, as well as share to social media websites, using the new and updated Nikon mobile app, available for Android and iOS devices. The app also allows remote operation of the camera.TrustedReviewsNot RatedNikon D5300 previewThere are certain areas, such as live view AF performance and the lack of a touchscreen, that might disappoint the target market, although we won’t know for certain until we get our hands on a full review unit.Photography Blog90Nikon D5300 DSLR ReviewThe new Nikon D5300 is a rather modest upgrade of the previous D5200 model, with new wi-fi and GPS functions, enhanced video recording, a larger LCD screen, a smaller body and the removal of the optical low-pass filter. D5200 owners probably won't find enough to tempt them to upgrade, but just like its predecessor the D5300 offers a compelling mix of excellent image quality, straight-forward handling and quick performance, all in a light and compact body.Photography Blog90Nikon D5300 ReviewD5200 owners probably won't find enough to tempt them to upgrade, but just like its predecessor the D5300 offers a compelling mix of excellent image quality, straight-forward handling and quick performance, all in a light and compact body.Photography BlogNot RatedNikon D5300 Hands-on PhotosWant to see exactly what the new Nikon D5300 DSLR camera looks like in the flesh? Check out our extensive hands-on gallery of photos of the Nikon D5300 DSLR camera, a new rival for the Canon EOS 700D / Rebel T5i.
- 90AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsEngadget Reader90December 31, 2013Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!The best in its category. We highly recommend it. - Engadget