Sharing images from a DSLR doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, it can be instantaneous. For instance, the recently-introduced Nikon D5300 features built-in Wi-Fi, thus allowing you to upload, email, or text photos from the camera through a smartphone or tablet. Furthermore, the D5300 also grants you the ability to use your mobile mobile device as a second monitor and remote control. The 24.2MP camera produces crisp and detailed photos, while maintaining the robust resolution even after cropping, editing, and other post-processing procedures. With an ISO setting ranging from 100 to 12,800, the device is perfectly poised for low-light situations, with an EXPEED 4 image processing engine for capturing photos with minimal lag time.
Additionally, the D5300’s fast-action shooting allows you to capture five frames a second helps, while a 3.2-inch LCD monitor with tilt-and-swivel capabilities allows users to review photographs from nearly any viewing angle. The camera also records full 1080p HD video and touts on-board GPS functionality that’s conveniently designed for geotagging photos before posting them, along with built-in editing features for correcting images before they even hit your computer. Now through August 7, electronics superstore Abe’s of Maine is offering the Nikon D5300 DSLR Body for $533, with bundled free shipping when using coupon code “Loyalty15” at checkout. The deal may only include the camera body, but thankfully, we have an entire guide to buying digital camera lenses and a roundup of the best telephoto lenses. Sharing has never been easier.