Nikon D3300 article prematurely published online: the camera has no AA filter

Nikon D3300 DSLR camera
Nikon D3300 article leaks online
There is always one: Tom’s Guide prematurely published their Nikon D3300 article online. The post is now removed, but you can still find it online. There are some new D3300 details and specifications:

“You won’t see much difference in the camera body, as it’s about the same size and shape, offered in black, red or gray as in the past.  But you will see a big change in the new 3X (18-55mm)zoom kit lens, a collapsible model that retracts, antenna style when not in use. (The lens shortens its barrel, but does not retract into the camera body itself.) This makes the D3300 35 percent smaller and 25 percent lighter, says Nikon.”

  • No optical low-pass filter (OLPF)
  • 5 fps (up form 4 fps)
  • Expeed 4 chip
  • ISO sensitivity improved from 12,800 to 25,600
  • Video: 1080p at 60 fps(24 and 30fps also available)
  • New easy panorama mode
  • D3200 is still not discontinued
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