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Nikon’s new DSLR, the D3300 is an upgraded version of the entry-level D3200, featuring a 24.7 megapixel CMOS sensor, 1080p video recording, and RAW/RAW+JPEG support. The 3 inch display has a 160 degree viewing angle, which makes live view even more useful when you’re trying to get a tricky shot. Improved connectivity features include wireless smartphone connection to use Wi-Fi on the camera, and a unit that allows the connection of a GPS unit to track exactly where you took photos from.
- February 6, 2014
- 24.7 megapixel sensor
- RAW and RAW+JPEG support
- 3 inch wide viewing angle display
- Eye-fi and GPS