Nikon D3300

  • Nikon D3300
81
Based on 35 scores, 58 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    9
  • Good:
    22
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    3

Pros:

  • Low price tag.
  • Impressive burst mode.
  • Reduction in the size of the kit lens.

Cons:

  • Lack of builtin Wifi might disappoint some.
  • Issues with noise apparent at lower ISO settings.

Expert reviews and ratings

By About.com on 80

Nikon and Canon have long dominated the entry-level portion of the DSLR market with plenty of strong interchangeable lens camera options, so when these two manufacturers offer new models into this segment of the market, photographers will always pay...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 80

Nikon's entry level DSLR for this year manages to not only pack in an excellent sensor and body design, but a whole bunch of settings and guides to help a newbie out, producing what has to be one of the best choices for beginners.There are things Nikon...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Outstanding photo and video quality, nippy performance and no significant...

By camerastuffreviewcom on 86

The Nikon D3300 is the new entry-level model for fans of an SLR. It follows the D3200. The image format is APS-C, and the sensor has no fewer than 24 megapixels. It looks exactly like the sensor of the Nikon D5300. In contrast to the D5300, the Nikon...

By Tom's Guide on

The Nikon D3300 is an excellent entry-level camera for aspiring photographers, delivering a good feature set and high-quality images. If you are considering an upgrade from a point-and-shoot, the Nikon D3300 is one heck of a DSLR for newbies....

By Digital Photography Review on

One of the biggest camera announcements at 2014's Consumer Electronics Show may well have been the little Nikon D3300 and its collapsible 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 VR II lens. It may not shoot 4K video or offer a curved LCD (those shows are all about the tech...

By Steves Digicams on

By Kyle Schurman When moving from a point-n-shoot camera to a first DSLR model, some inexperienced photographers may feel like they need to purchase the most advanced camera they can find, just to ensure they're going to be able to use the camera for...

By Stuff.tv on 80

VERDICT Open Gallery As an entry-level camera, the Nikon D3300 excels. Stick it in Auto or play around with the Guide mode and you'll almost always get great photos, thanks mainly to that pixel-packed 24.3MP sensor and excellent autofocus. But...

By reviewed.com on 81

As tech journalists, it's tempting to pooh-pooh iterative upgrades as worthless updates when more dramatic changes are more fun to write about. But progress is still progress, and that's worth celebrating. The Nikon D3300 exemplifies this quite well, I...

By PC Mag on 80

The Nikon D3300 is a solid entry-level camera for shooters moving up to a D-SLR, but it's not quite worthy of being named Editors'...

By Digital Trends on 80

Like the older D3200, the new Nikon D3300 easily earns our recommendation. Image quality is excellent and videos have taken a nice step forward. We still have to knock Nikon for the mono sound in 2014 and asking people to pay another $60 for Wi-Fi via...

By DigitalCameraReview on 80

BUY the Nikon D3300 SlrHut £419.95 SlrHut £619.95 see all pricing for the Nikon D3300 CONCLUSION Nikon's refreshing the entry level end of its DSLR line may not coax a lot of current D3200 owners to trade up, but it won't be because the D3300 isn't a...

By Amateur Photographer on 81

With fierce competition from CSCs, entry-level DSLRs have to offer a lot at a very competitive price. The Nikon D3300 has a fairly straightforward set of features when you look at its metering and AF systems, 95% viewfinder and no built-in Wi-Fi, but it...

By PCAdvisor on 90

All in all, you get an awful lot of camera for not much money with the Nikon D3300, making it an excellent choice if you're new to DSLRs. We'd like a few extra focus points for greater flexibility, but other than that there's much to like – not least of which is the price.

By PC Advisor on 90

In the D3300, Nikon's just disproved the old adage about getting what you pay for. Here, you actually get an awful lot more than the £500 price would suggest. See also The best SLR cameras of 2014 . The Nikon D3300 is based on a 24.2 megapixel sensor...

By cnet on 70

Very good photo quality for its class plus decent performance make the Nikon D3300 A solid choice for a first...

By Camera Labs on 84

The Nikon D3300 is an incremental improvement on its predecessor in terms of specification and features, but its new sensor raises the bar in terms of the image quality we've come to expect from entry level DSLRs. That on its own will probably be...

By TrustedReviews on 80

A straightforward but powerful camera, the Nikon D3300 strikes an excellent balance between the entry-level needs of quality and simplicity. It’s not without its issues, most notably that it struggles to keep images clean at high sensitivities. However, the price is hard to knock, and the D3300 really does do a lot of things right. A very worthy first DSLR.

By What Digital Camera on 90

The entry-level DSLR market has come under pressure in recent times, with CSCs competing in terms of smaller size and their increasingly impressive specification.However, the Nikon D3300 is a good demonstration of what entry-level DSLRs still can...

By Pocket-lint on 80

We wouldn't go so far as to describe £550 as a bargain, but we do really like what the D3300 offers for the price. The new collapsible kit lens is great, especially for the kind of people buying this camera. As with all kit lenses though, the...