The D3300 at a glance

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Shut­ter but­ton area

The front of the top panel in the shut­ter but­ton area isn’t as dra­mat­i­cally sloped as it is on the D3200.

IR re­ceiver

As in the D3200, D5200 and D5300, an in­frared re­ceiver for an ML-L3 re­mote con­troller is in­te­grated into the fin­ger grip.

New lens

The new Mk II edi­tion of the 18-55mm VR lens was launched with the D3300. It’s now avail­able as a kit lens with the D3200, D5200 and D5300.

Shoot­ing mode dial

As with all other cam­eras in the group apart from the D3200, an Ef­fects po­si­tion is avail­able on the shoot­ing mode dial.

Sec­ondary IR re­ceiver

As usual, a sec­ondary in­frared re­ceiver on the top rear of the body en­ables the ML-L3 con­troller to be used from be­hind the cam­era.


The speaker for op­tional beeps is on the op­po­site side to the one on the D3200, po­si­tioned next to the shoot­ing mode dial.


Like the penta-mir­ror viewfind­ers of the D3200, D5200 and D5300, this one gives 95 per cent frame cov­er­age, but has a slightly higher mag­ni­fi­ca­tion of 0.85x.

LCD screen

The LCD has the same phys­i­cal di­men­sions and res­o­lu­tion as that of the D3200, at three inches and 921,000 pix­els.

Bot­tom right but­tons

The drive mode and delete but­tons are placed next to each other rather than hav­ing the ver­ti­cal stack­ing ar­range­ment seen on the D3200.

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