Thursday, November 7, 2013

Nikon D5300 Rumors, Specs, Price and Release Info: Camera Company Recently Releases Full Specs

<Nikon D5300 Cyber Monday Dealp>Nikon has recently come out with a full list of specs for the new D5300.

The latest model of the DX-format DSLR has 24.2 megapixels, a DX-format CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter, built-in Wi-Fi capabilities, a built-in GPS, a durable light body, a 3.2-inch 1037k-dot vari-angle LCCD monitor with wide viewing angle, NAL-1 features for zoom/focus assist, and more.

It also has a full-HD 1920x1080/60p capability for movies, where selection can range from 24, 25, 30,50, and 60p. There are also 9 special effects for creative expression.

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As previously reported, Nikon Rumors reports that the Nikon D5300 is expected to be introduced before the Photo Plus show in NYC at the end of the month or the CES show in Las Vegas in January.

It is reported that this will be the first camera to get the new EXPEED 4 processor. Some other rumored specs include 24 Megapixels, 39 AF points, built-in Wi-Fi and built-in GPS.

Photography Bay reports that the D530 will be introduced as an entry-level APS-C format camera. There are no reports yet of whether or not it will have better image quality over the D5200, but it would make sense to add additional video features to the D5300.

No prices have been reported yet either, but Inferse reports that it may be priced lower than the D5200 was when it first was released.

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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Nikon D5300 Deals for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Christmas 2013 - D5300 DSLR Cameras for the Holidays

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Los Angeles, CA -- ( SBWIRE) -- 11/01/2013 -- Holidays are nearing, and lots of people are searching for good cameras to capture memories for the upcoming holiday celebrations. For Black Friday and Cyber Monday, lots of people will be out shopping in stores or browsing online to get good discounts for electronics. The Nikon D5300 is a part of Nikon's camera line built for advanced beginners. It has better features than its entry-level counterpart which is the D3200. Hottydeals now recommends the Nikon D5300 for the holidays.

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Dennis, a spokesperson for, says, "There are a lot of DSLR cameras out there that are built for beginners. Although the Nikon D5300 is made for advanced users, it can also be easily used and learned."

The Nikon D5300 has been redesigned and the LCD has increased in size and width. It has a WiFi connection without the need for a dongle. It also has added extra effects and has a better magnification on it. The battery life has also been boosted to ensure that users can use their cameras anywhere in the world. It also features a GPS system.

The Nikon D5300 is for consumers who have some basic knowledge about photography and are ready to take it to the next level. However, this camera can still be good for beginners as it only takes some time and practice for them to learn. The camera can also record HD videos. It is a reliable device.

Dennis also says, "The camera is light, delivers sharp images, and is also quite comfortable on the hand. A lot of people will love owning this camera as it makes them feel like a professional, even in the amateur world. There may be a lot of options for other cameras, however, this is the one that works best in crowded areas."

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Hottydeals recommends and features different products ranging from clothing to cameras. Information and details are available on the website to help people have an informed decision when looking for products for the holiday season.

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Friday, November 1, 2013

Round 2: Nikon Releases Another Teaser for Its Upcoming Retro Full-Frame

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Whether or not the camera will live up to the hype, we won't know until we've gotten our hands on it. But if there's one thing Nikon is doing right regarding the soon-to-be-released retro-styled full-frame, it's building a crap load of hype.

We've already had one teaser trailer (which you can watch here), and now, Nikon has released another, this one giving us tantalizing split-second glances of the camera that we didn't see at all in the previous ad.

Here are a couple of shots of the camera - supposedly named the "Nikon DF," not D4H as previously reported - we pulled out of the video (click the photos for higher resolution):

This obviously isn't the first teaser, and if the description is to be believed it won't be the last either. The video is described as another chapter in "a series of short movies depicting a photographer roaming through Scotland with a camera as his only companion."

It goes on to talk about a journey of self-discovery, but if we're being honest, the most compelling part of the ad (at least for most people) seems to be the slow journey of discovering the Nikon DF on the way to its rumored November 6th release. So stay tuned, chances are we'll be seeing more sneak peeks like this over the course of this week.

To see a list of rumored specs for the upcoming shooter, check out our previous coverage by clicking here. And if you want to see the first teaser, click here.

(via Nikon Rumors)

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