Nikon D5300 vs D5200

Nikon D5300 £739, $1100

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Key dif­fer­ences

The D5300 has built-in Wi-Fi and GPS, which are op­tional ex­tras on the D5200 – and in­clud­ing them would add con­sid­er­ably to the D5200’s price.

Nikon has re­moved the anti-alias­ing fil­ter from the D5300, which should pro­vide slightly sharper fine de­tail; other­wise the sen­sors of­fer the same res­o­lu­tion.

The D5300 has a slightly larger LCD dis­play on the back, mea­sur­ing 3.2 inches across the di­ag­o­nal com­pared to the three-inch screen on the D5200.

Car con­struc­tion tech­niques are now be­ing ap­plied to cam­eras! The D5300 has a ‘mono­coque’ chas­sis, con­structed all in one piece, which makes it a lit­tle lighter.

A new EN-EL14a bat­tery for the D5300 gives it a 100-shot ad­van­tage over the D5200 (600 shots on a sin­gle charge ver­sus 500).

The D5300 uses a newer Expeed 4 pro­ces­sor to deliver im­proved im­age qual­ity at ul­tra-high ISOs – the D5200 did dis­play some banding is­sues.

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