6.9 out of 10 based on 3710 reviews

Nikon D3300

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Best Price: $665

  • User Score (3644)
    9.3 9.3 from 3644 reviewers
  • Expert Score (31)
    8.1 8.1 from 31 reviewers
  • Design (12)
    5.9 5.9 from 12 reviewers
  • Value for money (10)
    6.4 6.4 from 10 reviewers
  • Features (3)
    5.9 5.9 from 3 reviewers
  • Ease of use (17)
    6.7 6.7 from 17 reviewers
  • Performance (2)
    6.0 6.0 from 2 reviewers
  • Picture quality (7)
    6.4 6.4 from 7 reviewers
  • Overall quality (9)
    7.0 7.0 from 9 reviewers
  • Battery performance (3)
    7.0 7.0 from 3 reviewers
  • Photo quality (2)
    6.9 6.9 from 2 reviewers
  • Build quality (4)
    6.6 6.6 from 4 reviewers
  • Meets expectations (3)
    7.5 7.5 from 3 reviewers
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Users:
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7-8
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5-6
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3-4
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1-2
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  • Expert Reviews

  1. Gadget Guy

    Gadget Guy
    8.0/10
    29 May 2018

    Cameras are nowhere near as expensive as they once were, but Nikon’s latest entry level DSLR doesn’t just prove that the prices have dropped, with an emphasis on ease of use as well as quality for the price on offer. Read more

    • Excellent image quality, Fantastic ergonomics for beginning and enthusiasts alike, Kit lens folds up like some of the smaller lenses appearing on mirrorless interchangeables, Offers Full HD video capture
    • Supports Nikon's wireless but requires the adaptor to work, so no WiFi built directly in (sad face), No USB charging, as it still requires a separate battery charger
  2. PhotoReview

    PhotoReview
    8.8/10
    21 October 2014

    Like its predecessor, the D3300 offers plenty of desirable features for photographers wanting to upgrade from fixed-lens point-and-press cameras. Not only does it include many more adjustable functions, it also supports the essential P, A, S and M shooting modes and its larger sensor and... Read more

  3. FatDuckTech

    FatDuckTech
    18 November 2014

    Nikon’s entry level DSLR, the Nikon D3300 is a commendable effort, but it’s a tough sell to the smartphone crowd in any case. There’s only so much you can do with a smartphone camera. Read more

  • User Reviews

  1. PriceSpy

    PriceSpy
    9.0/10
    Reviewer: User_se1120049, PriceSpy
    18 September 2016

    Correct much camera for the money, beautiful pictures, but you must be sure to use aperture-photography blur. (Ie aperture 8, at least) Anti-shake automatic (the lens) work very well. Read more

  2. PriceSpy

    PriceSpy
    9.0/10
    Reviewer: User_se1149121, PriceSpy
    19 April 2017

    A camera that shoots very sharp and nice pictures Easy to use but at the same time it has a lot of different settings for the more advanced photographer Read more

  3. PriceSpy

    PriceSpy
    10/10
    Reviewer: User_se1090621, PriceSpy
    12 January 2016

    Beyond expectation. Compared lot online, read some reviews about the D3300, D5500 and D7200. The latter seemed too pricey for my wallet, even if the D7200 has 53 AF points and the D3300 has only 11 ... Read more

  4. PriceSpy

    PriceSpy
    8.0/10
    Reviewer: tisking, PriceSpy
    3 July 2016

    good for starting off has all features you will ever need as a beginner Read more

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