Two more pictures of the Nikon D5300

Nikon D5300 front
Nikon D5300 camera back
Two more pictures of the D5300 DSLR camera. For comparison, the D5200 equivalents:


Via Digicame-info

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  • Buz9er

    Much smaller than D5200… almost D3200-sized…

  • Brent

    Soccer mom’s are thrilled.

  • nikku

    Nikon F mount cap?

    • Rob

      Nothing new, those started shipping a few months before the birth of the Nikon 1 system.

  • Steven Mackie

    Much bigger thumb grip…for those fake nails

  • Backup

    can i use this as back-up wedding camera? Has the specs, and costs much less… exactly what it should cost for sitting in a bag all day….

  • koenshaku

    The design looks slick, I wonder what else will be coming down the pipeline with the Expeed 4 processor its a shame it didn’t make it into the D610..

    • Andrew

      If it did there will be an outcry!

      • koenshaku

        lol good point, but everyone that didn’t buy a D600 would have been happy ^^

    • Celtic

      Cheaper consumer first, more expensive consumer later. D400 next?

  • Ares

    This is one of the most ugliest Nikon ever, the back especially and looks really cheap made. I would fire some designers for this…

  • J. Dennis Thomas

    No official word from Nikon as of yet, but Engadget just posted a “hands-on”.

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  • Sonikon

    I only hope the removal of the OLPF doesnt add moiré to the video and hopefully the High Iso video noise is improved which would really make it a killer video cam on a budget much like the d5200 is already.

    • KnightPhoto

      The absence of OLPF prob won’t be a factor in whether the video is moire prone or not. The bigger factor in that is the sub-sampling, line-skipping, and god knows what algorithms, that go into forming the video frame. I.e. each video frame is approx. 2mp sub-smapled from the 24mp available. I don’t believe the D800E video is any more moire-prone than the D800.

      What might be very much in the D5300’s favour is the EXPEED4 additional computing power for performing all of the above. Here’s hoping Nikon’s first EXPEED4 video implementation is a good one…

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