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Nikon D5300 Digital SLR with 18-55mm VR II Compact Lens Kit - Black (24.2 MP) 3.2 inch LCD
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- Capture beautifully detailed photos and full-HD movies with the 24.2-million pixel DX-format CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter for superior image quality and definition
- Built in Wi-Fi for transmitting high quality images to a smart device for simple sharing along with built in GPS function that records location data
- Explore your creativity with the 3.2-inch, 1037k-dot vari-angle LCD monitor with wide viewing angle
- Nikon's new EXPEED 4 Image Processing Engine to ensure even clearer photos and movies than before with shooting in low light
- This updated kit boasts a much smaller, lighter, retractable 18-55mm VR II kit lens, making it more comfortable than ever to carry a Digital SLR
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Colour Name: Black | Style Name: 18-55mm VR II Compact Lens Kit
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Get ready to shoot something special. With the all-new Nikon D5300, the world of Nikon D-SLR photography just became even more exciting.
Experience outstanding D-SLR image quality with 24.2 effective megapixels, an exceptionally high pixel count for its class. Take advantage of the latest technological advances, including the new EXPEED 4 image-processing engine. Marvel at the exquisite sharpness of NIKKOR, the same lens brand favoured by many photographers around the world.
With all of these elements working together, the D5300 shoots the kind of pictures and movies you've always wanted to create, all while making the entire process simple, fast and fun. Your pictures are then ready to share immediately using the built-in Wi-Fi to connect with smart devices.
Now is the time for amazing pictures and movies. Now is the moment to share your story. With the D5300, you can.
This updated kit boasts the much smaller, lighter, retractable 18-55mm VR II kit lens, making it more comfortable than ever to carry a Digital SLR bringing the D5300 kit to just 725g including lens, card and battery.
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Nikon D5300 Digital SLR Camera Body
Let your creativity soar with the intuitive D5300.
With built-in Wi-Fi and GPS, this impressive 24.2-megapixel DX-format camera lets you capture and share the magic of your world in incredible detail.
The Wi-Fi function connects the camera directly to a smart device, so you can share photos right after you’ve taken them. The GPS function adds location information to photos, making it easy to add your pictures to maps of the world and share your travel photography with others.
Thanks to the large vari-angle monitor, it’s simple to shoot photos and movies from exciting new perspectives; and powerful low-light performance (extendable up to ISO 25,600) ensures clear shots in dark situations.
Geotag your images with precise location information. A great way to get your travel photography ready for sharing!
Send images directly from the D5300 to a smartphone or tablet for easy sharing. Simply download Nikon’s free Wireless Mobile Utility to your smart device.
Large vari-angle monitor
Add intrigue to your photos and excitement to your movies. Capture shots from unique perspectives using the flexible swivel monitor.
Enjoy high-speed operation and remarkably clear images with excellent colour reproduction, plus enhanced movie recording, thanks to Nikon’s fast and powerful image processing engine.
Record smooth, finely detailed Full HD video clips you’ll be proud of (at frame rates up to 50p/60p). Continuous Live View autofocus keeps your subjects sharp, even when the action is fast.
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I bought mine from WAA on Amazon, and as per other reviewers here, the one I received is quite clearly a grey market product. I bought a body only. Mine came in a 'kit box' with the lens removed, rather than a sealed body only box. Because the box is not sealed I don't kniw if this is refurbished or returned or new. The instruction book is a stapled photocopy, so is much harder to read than the bound book I expect should have come with it. The camera body appears new, and came with all accessories however the charger is a USA one with a built in USA flip out plug. WAA supplied a UK adapter which you need to use. I'm keeping the camera, but I think WAA Electronics should be upfront about the origin of the product you are selling. Also, delivery is very slow, it arrived RM tracked. I expect it has been shipped from overseas and then shipped again locally in UK to my UK address. As for the camera it's a great upgrade to my d80 and I recommend it.
From power on, it can take 2 mins plus to get a gps lock, turn the camera off and it can take another 45 seconds or more. Unless you are shooting in a stationary position you may find very few of your photos are tagged with the geolocation.
I raised a support call with Nikon and got back the usual stock response, update the A-gps files etc all of which I had already done.
To give you an example, I stood in a large open field behind my house with clear line of site of the sky for miles around, and from turning the camera on it took 1 minute 50 seconds to lock. This may not seem long but imagine walking around sightseeing then this suddenly seems like an age to wait every time you turn the camera on.
In summary the Camera is fantastic and so quick with wonderful image quality, but if you specifically want GPS I wouldn't set your sights too high.
It does have a few negatives though which a probably more personal issues. The camera has a wide a arrange of options which are used through button presses. These buttons however are EVERYWHERE, sometimes its actually difficult to find them! The other negative for me is the digital menu is a bit of a pain to navigate, several times i have looked to tweak a setting and its buried deep inside a menu tree and it takes me too long to find it.
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