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Hey there!

 

With today’s technology, and mainly the cost of it,

it’s pretty hard not to be subjective when selecting

what is best in terms of DSLR cameras.

I will do my best to do that for you.

So what I will be doing, as per usual, is give you my insight on what I use.

Then I will browse all possible reviews and come up with a plan of

top 3 best DSLR cameras just for you.

Let’s get started!

I own a Nikon D3300.

When I purchased this camera, I needed something cheap but good for video.

I had this video project at school,

and the waiting list for the school equipment was…well long!

I needed my own camera to work on my own time on my project. 

So I went to a store and got this camera:

Nikon D3300Buy it on Amazon for $396.95

 

Of course I had no idea how to use it to its fullest at first.

I still don’t know how to fully take advantage of all the functions it comes with.

But it accomplished the goal for my project and then some.

I later ended up using it for photography.

It was indeed a matter of preference, after looking up how images look like.

I also did a little bit of historical research on this brand(and others),

so my  final decision was Nikon. 

Let’s take a look at what this camera does:

 

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Nikon D3300 Overview
DX Format (the size of the image sensor) : 24 X 16mm
24.2 Megapixels
5 FPS (frames per second) Continuous Shooting
100 – 12800 ISO: expandable to 25600
Full HD : 1080p at 60/50/30/24/24p

 

 

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Nikon D3300 DX Format DSLR Kit + CaseBuy it on Amazon for $547.40

Nikon D3300 Specifications

Effective Megapixels:

24.2 million

Sensor Size:

 23.5 mm x 15.6 mm

Image Sensor Format:

 DX

Storage Media:

 SD, SDHC, SDXC

Top Continuous Shooting Speed(at full resolution):

 5 FPS

ISO Sensitivity: 

ISO 100 – 12,800, Hi-1 (ISO 25,600)

Movie: 

Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 / 60 FPS
Full HD  1,920 x 1,080 / 50 FPS
Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 / 30 FPS
Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 / 25 FPS
Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 / 24 FPS
HD 1,280 x 720 / 60 FPS
HD 1,280 x 720 / 50 FPS
VGA 640 x 424 / 30 FPS
VGA 640 x 424 / 25 FPS

Monitor Size: 

3.0 in. diagonal

Monitor Type: 

Wide Viewing Angle TFT – LCD

Battery: 

EN – EL14a Rechargeable Li-ion Battery

Approximate Dimensions( W x H x D):

 4.9 in. x 3.9 in. x 3.0 in.

Approximate Weight:

14.5 oz. (camera body only)

 

 

This camera did the job for what I needed,

so as a startup camera I would recommend it to any

newbie photographer and even videographer.

In terms of preference, the equivalent to this camera in Canon Rebel T5.

There are lots of pros and cons out there for each.

In my opinion, it’s just a matter of personal preference.

So, as always, get what suits you!

 

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Learn More about Nikon D3300

Now let’s see what we came up with in terms of top 3 best DSLR Cameras after looking at a lot of reviews and specifications, and opinions, and videos, and so on and so forth.

 

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*This is a list of the three top choices we made based upon other reviews. We did not test these products personally, and reviews never placed them at the same exact spot in the best DSLR Camera category.

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