Nikon today unveiled their new entry level DSLR camera dubbed as the D3300 over at CES 2014. Same as its predecessor, Nikon D3300 packs a 24.2 MP APS-C-sized CMOS sensor and the 11-point auto focus system. Its the first DSLR camera which to feature a panorama mode.
D3300 DSLR comes with a all new EXPEED 4 Image processing system, a 5 frames per-second continuous shooting mode, an ISO range of 100 to 12800 and full HD movie recording with 1080/60p support. One thing which D3300 lacks is the on board Wi-Fi functionality, now the users have to use dongle for it.
Moreover this new entry level DSLR camera also features a new Nikon’s kit set the 18-5mm VR II kit lens, which is notably smaller and lighter. And almost all other basic specifications are identical to its predecessor D3200.