• Rear, Nikon D5300. .
  • • Boîtier Nikon D5300 (Noir, Rouge, Argent) - Prix : 810,00 €
  • • Kit Nikon D5300 + AF-S DX Nikkor 18-105 mm 1:3,5-5,6G ED VR - Prix : 1.020,00 €
  • • Kit Nikon D5300 + AF-S DX Nikkor 18-140 mm 1:3,5-5,6G ED VR - Prix : 1.130,00 €

Nikon D5300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR II Auto Focus-S DX NIKKOR Zoom Lens (Black)


Mit 24 Megapixeln bietet die Nikon D5300 auf den ersten Blick keine Verbesserung im Vergleich zum Vorgänger, jedoch hat Nikon auch hier den Tiefpass-Filter entfernt und setzt dementsprechend wohl auf den aus der bekannten Bildsensor. So wundert es auch nicht, dass diverse andere Magazine die Bildqualität der beiden Kameras auf ein und demselben Niveau einordnen - und auch wir können visuell keinerlei Unterschiede feststellen.

I'm a bit of a dilettante when it comes to grip design, and the Nikon D5300's is very well executed. The front grip is very comfortable, even with my rather long fingers, but also works very well for people with smaller hand sizes. Holding the camera with a relaxed grip, your index finger naturally falls directly over the shutter button, and your thumb lands right on the rear command dial control. Shooting two-handed, it's easy to get your thumb over to the "i" and AE-L/AF-L buttons, and only a bit more of a reach to drop down to the Playback and Four-way controller buttons. The Menu button is easily accessible in the upper left corner of the rear panel, and the Fn button is easy for your left thumb to get to upon releasing the zoom or focus rings.


Nikon D5300 screen and viewfinder

The Nikon D5300 shares the same exposure modes as its predecessor; the main dial offers the traditional PASM modes, along with direct access to five scene presets, flash off, full Auto (with scene detection in Live View, see screenshot right), a SCENE position which presents access to 11 further presets, and an EFFECTS mode, first introduced on the D5100. There's no movie mode position on the dial as you can start shooting in any mode by simply entering Live View then pressing the red button by the shutter release.