Okay, the Nikon D5300 bundle kit comes with a whole new set of accessories that other cameras probably or for sure do not contain. Take for example, how many cameras have 24.2 megapixels with an ability to record full HD movies? Personally, I have never come across one. As if that is not enough, the camera’s Full HD movies have stereo sounds.
Taking pictures is now much way up easier:
- A shockingly high-resolution 3.2-inch Vari-angle LCD monitor
- Extensive ISO range of 100-25600
Courtesy of the above features I can now take perfect pictures from complicated angles regardless of the lighting conditions that I have at my disposal.
Easy to use. Right?
I can dare say that Nikon D5300 bundle is very easy to use now that its features come in between the existing Nikon DSLR models and it is better than his predecessor which I have used since it was unveiled last year. So then, what does it contain that is different from whole other cameras in the great DSLR line up?
The camera is not lightweight and compact as the D3300 and at the same time neither is it cumbersome and bulky as the prospective D5300 bundle package. What makes it comfortable when taking pictures is that the right-hand grip is thick which means that photographers whose body anatomy has endowed them with large hands, and long fingers will take pictures without much effort or straining? Additionally, there is rubberized thumb rest at the back of the camera which adds to the strength of the grip.
I love social media platforms since they offer me with an opportunity to express myself in terms of pictures. Therefore, with the in-built wi-fi and GPS connectivity in the Nikon D5300 which can pair with ios and Android smartphone, I can now share edited pictures directly to my favorite social media networking sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.