NPhoto - - Test Team -

In fact the D3100 re­mains on sale too, so Nikon novices now have three cam­eras to choose from. The D3100 is the old­est, with spec­i­fi­ca­tions that are now start­ing to look rather dated, but at cur­rent prices the D3200 still looks very com­pet­i­tive.

We’ll bring you a full test of the D3300 and its new re­tractable lens next is­sue – along­side a mega group test on all the other DX-for­mat D-SLRs cur­rently in Nikon’s range. Like the D5300 and D7100 be­fore it, the D3300 ditches the anti-alias fil­ter in front of the sen­sor to deliver sharper fine de­tail.

Ef­fects mode

The D3300 adds an Ef­fects set­ting to the mode dial, pre­vi­ously seen only on the D5000se­ries mod­els

Lighter body

A new mono­coque de­sign makes the D3300 body 45g lighter than the D3200 one

Wi-Fi ex­tra

Wi-Fi is not built in (un­like the new D5300), but you can use the WU-1a adap­tor

Nikon’s new EN-EL14a cell gives a bat­tery life of 700 shots – 160 more than the D3200.

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