Nikon D3300 listed as discontinued, replacement imminent

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The Japanese website DC.Watch reports that the Nikon D3300 DSLR camera ($389.95) is now officially discontinued (listed as "old product" in Japan).

I already reported that the Nikon D3300 camera will be replaced in 2016 and will most likely be the next camera announced by Nikon this summer. Expect the new model to have a 24MP sensor and SnapBridge compatibility.

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  • Michael Turner

    RIP a dope cheap first camera!

    • CaMeRa QuEsT

      I personally take offense with those words. You could say that about a T5, but never about the D3300: I’ve taken great pictures and videos with it, and I could swear by its IQ and light weight any day, any time. It’s a camera that punches way above its weight or price.

      • Actually, I agree… for the price (now, I mean, at $399)… a great camera. I wish the shutter in the 3300 had been better. I can deal with everything else at that price point, but the shutter in the 3300 just feels like it’s one shot away from falling apart.

        • CaMeRa QuEsT

          I think the shutter/mirror mechanism feel of the D3300/D5300/D5500 is inferior (louder, shakier) to the previous iterations because of the lack of an internal steel chassis in the newer “carbon fiber monocoque” bodies, the strength and weight of that chassis must have had a dampening effect on the mechanisms’ movements. I wouldn’t worry about their durability, though, as they are all “tested” for up to 100,000 actuations, but you do have to mind using shutter speeds between 1/60 and 1/200 because of shutter/mirror shock.

          • Eric Calabros

            When they put a 24mp in a small plastic body, they should at least add the EFCS or electronic shutter to the feature list. I don’t know why they think if someone buys an entry level body, he should be ok with blurry edges!

            • So that the new photographer thinks it’s their fault for buying the cheepest camera, and then that causes them to buy the next, newest, better camera of course! 🙂

            • Fanie Kuhn

              Great camera. Virtually same image quality and noise level as the D7100, and way better than the entry (and mid-level) Canons.

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          • Max

            The 3 and 5xxx would be a great street cameras if they had quiet shutters. Larger viewfinder would also help but if there was one thing to change about it, personally, it would be quiet shutter.

      • Manuth Chek

        Exactly, I have one and in the right hand it blows those Canons outta water.

      • Spy Black

        I’m not sure he meant it as you took it. I think he meant good-bye to a great inexpensive camera.

        • Wade Marks

          Yes, the phrase that something is “dope” means it is something good.

          • CaMeRa QuEsT

            If so, then no offense taken! But it’s hard to get the meant meaning of an ambivalent word in writing…

            • FountainHead

              if you’re a dope…

            • donpnz

              Rest assured, you can’t smoke a D3300…

      • Justtakethepicture

        You’re offense is misguided. His post was praise for the D3300.

      • BVS

        dope
        1. adj. cool, nice, awesome

        • Michael Turner

          Thanks for clarifying everyone! It was my first camera, it was cheap, and I got great results.

        • interesting – in my country it has a very negative connotation – I did not know that meaning. I have learnt something today

          • Rob

            Dope as a word means good. Dopey or a camera for dopes on the other hand, is negative.

      • Shawn Bourque

        Seems that you didn’t understand Michael Turner’s comment. Dope means awesome, and cheap is referring to it being the least expensive DSLR in the Nikon lineup. He was saying the same thing you were. Seems you were personally offended by Rest in peace, an awesome first inexpensive camera.

      • captaindash

        Are YOU the D3300? If not (misinterpreted post aside) you can’t take offence to someone else’s opinion of an object you had nothing to do with creating. Michael is also factually correct. If it’s the least expensive Nikon DSLR, it’s a cheap camera by definition.

      • Nikon1isAwesome!

        I think “dope cheap” means it is both good and cheap. I think….

  • whisky

    to discontinue the latest model before announcing it’s replacement might signal an end to the D3xxx series entirely. what’s next? DMxxx?

    • I wish it would signal an end to the series… because what are they going to do… put the D500 sensor in a plastic body with a crippled shutter, give it 5fps, and 9 auto-focus points… and try to compete with the abundance of other company’s APC’s at $650? Then give it a few more fps and replace the D7xxx… then take away a few fps and give it weather sealing and a few more focal points and call it a D5xxx.

      Come to think about… that’s probably exactly what they’re going to do.

      • tomanatura

        Horrible truth. I think if there will be new sensor, so it will come from D7200/D5500.

      • Thom Hogan

        What they would do with a D3300 replacement is make SnapBridge work. Would be a defining element to a camera at that level.

        • Neopulse

          Damn right, it’d be great, and also not relying on a transmitter that one has to purchase separately.

        • I could not agree more!

      • Justtakethepicture

        You won’t see the sensor from the D500 in the D3300 replacement (if they replace it). The Df replacement perhaps…

        • Mike

          Df is full frame.

          • Justtakethepicture

            It is, and if it does get replaced it’s more likely to have the sensor from the D5, but I wouldn’t rule anything out at this stage. The Df replacement is rumoured to be a 100th anniversary model (in 2017). I just wonder if they’ll want to use the new D5 sensor so soon after the D5’s release. Maybe there won’t be a Df replacement, but a different anniversary model with an APS-C sensor. It’s all guesswork at this stage.

            • Andrew

              Lower frame rate, disable video, problem solved 😉

            • Justtakethepicture

              I’m kind of hoping they’ll go smaller, something like a digital FM2 with the D500 sensor. Man, I loved my FM2.

              A man can dream, can’t he? 😉

            • othesick

              probably not disable video but limit it to 30 frames of 1080p

      • photomanayu

        My guess is, Nikon ran out of stock on the Sony sensor used in the D3300 because of the earth quake. So if they can’t pump more of them out, instead of giving customer false hope for more stock, they think “we better get start to work on the next one”. The D5500 and D7200 use a different sensor (Toshiba if I’m not mistaken) although they are the same megapixel count. The entry level market is shifting to the mirrorless heavily, I wish it’d be a DMxxx too…

        • Neopulse

          The D7100 had a Toshiba while the D7200 went to Sony.

        • koenshaku

          All the in that line are Sony. Prior versions used both Nikon and Toshiba sensors.

        • Thom Hogan

          No. My guess is that Nikon is having issues getting SnapBridge tuned right.

          The postponement of this new camera’s release actually occurred prior to the quake ;~).

          • whisky

            if that were the case, it could only be the blue-tooth module, signal transmission, or power consumption issues with the new replacement camera. we know it’s kinda’, sorta’ is working on on the D500.

            must be nice having access to all this inside information … 😉

            • Thom Hogan

              I have a very different view of the world. Bluetooth is a commodity, power management is a commodity. Both are well known and documented. The problem is software, simple as that.

        • Justtakethepicture

          If there is a D3300 successor, they’ve been working on for a while. You can’t turn out these things that quickly.

          • othesick

            looking at the life expectancy of the previous models the d3300 is by far the longest living in the line. the d3200 was less than two years. the d3300 is over two and a half at this point. i agree that they must have been working on this for a while. the updates have been microscopic when comparing the d3200 to d3300. nothing earth shattering. this must be a big one.
            inb4 ”we added snapbridge and absolutely nothing else has changed.”

      • Bob Thane

        No way are they going to go from a 24MP sensor to a 20MP sensor on these cameras. The D500 got away with it because the D300s had 12MP, but they don’t have that kind of freedom with the other lines.

        • Mike

          Plus, D500 type buyers “get it” that pixels aren’t everything. Where as D3300 type buyers (first time DSLR) go for the headlines and price.

        • More importantly, the d500 sensor is almost certainly more expensive

      • Mike

        Why would it be the end? BMW 3 series outsells 7 series by a lot. Like, a lot. Every company needs an entry level product.

    • CaMeRa QuEsT

      That’s very unlikely, as the D3*00 series has been their highest volume seller since the very start. They wouldn’t mess with such a successful product line, besides an EVF will be more expensive to implement than what the mirror, pentamirror and PD AF module costs Nikon (they would still have to use the viewfinder’s optics for the EVF) and they will still need to use a more costly PD/hybrid image sensor. I doubt that Nikon would do their version of the Pentax K-01 flop (a DSLR body with no viewfinder or mirror). Nikon only needs to add Snapbridge for the D3300 replacement to be competitive with the Canon T6, I just hope that they also give it the EXPEED5 processor and the D5/D500’s new RGB filter array, as the new Nikon colors should be spanned throughout all their lineup. A touch screen and 4K would be swell to have, too.

      • Thom Hogan

        I think you’re missing a few things. When you compare a Sony A6000 to the Nikon D3300 in tear down, you discover that there’s much more to it than you say. The A6000 has far fewer parts, and virtually no alignment steps in manufacturing. Moreover, those parts you’re talking about that are “more expensive” all benefit from cost reduction the more you buy because they’re all non-mechanical and semiconductor produced.

        There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that a feature/performance equal mirrorless D3300 could be produced for less money than the current mirrored one. None. But as I’ve pointed out, where and what the transfer point should be from DSLR to mirrorless is a tough, tough call for Nikon (and Canon).

        • CaMeRa QuEsT

          That will eventually happen, but not today. CaNikon will need to have EVF OLED chip suppliers that can churn out the huge volumes needed to cover the T*/D3*00 lines, a single one of which I believe sells in more volume than the current combined worldwide EVF manufacturing capacity. And even if they managed that, they wouldn’t initially sell the ensuing camera as an entry level one, given that there is currently no EVF equipped APS-C body selling at the price level where the T*/D3*00 lines compete. But your point about mirrorless cameras being much less labor intensive to manufacture most have Nikon salivating at the possible savings given their current no sacred cow approach to cost cutting. What I believe Nikon should do is replace their Series 1 with APS-C sensor mirrorless bodies that they can sell at a premium, just like Canon is doing with their EOS M line, as complement to their 100th anniversary camera, the DS.

          • Captain Megaton

            APSC or jump right to FF and go straight up against the A7?

            APSC mirrorless are already a dime a dozen, and Canon EOS M isn’t exactly setting the world on fire. It’s difficult to imagine what Nikon would offer in that space that could make it more than an also-ran against Sony/Fuji. FF, on the other hand, is just begging for someone to compete against the A7.

            • CaMeRa QuEsT

              That’s why I feel the next Nikon mirrorless should be a DS, built to compete against the A7 series, besting them with all the stuff Nikon is so adept at doing.

          • Justtakethepicture

            “CaNikon will need to have EVF OLED chip suppliers that can churn out the huge volumes needed to cover the T*/D3*00 lines, a single one of which I believe sells in more volume than the current combined worldwide EVF manufacturing capacity.”

            I’d love to know how you came by that spurious statistic?

        • BVS

          I feel like mirrorless is a sort of existential problem for Nikon. If they go mirrorless then suddenly Sony not only owns the image sensor, but the PDAF sensor, the metering sensor, sooner or later the shutter, and eventually all Nikon is left with is making a box to hold the chip.

          • OttoVonSchriek

            Um…lenses. The most critical part.

          • Thom Hogan

            The hardware components have little to do with true differentiation. Everything is a commodity. It’s the software/design that ties these components together that distinguishes a product, as Apple has shown over and over again.

  • CaMeRa QuEsT

    All right Nikon, way to go, EXPEED5 for the masses! D5/D500 colors and 4K for cheap, that’s right!

  • Max

    I don’t blame Nikon for not having replaced this model. What would you do if you were them in today’s market of smartphone photography?

    • Captain Megaton

      As they are: maximizing profit margin by lowering costs on the entry level range, while increasing prices at the high end.

  • Ritvar Krum

    I hope nikon get this by now – there is no finnacial use to cripple top sensors and bodies try to push it for as cheap as possible to people who can not tell difference betwean phone picture and dlsr picture, and then to realze that noone of them are gona buy any lens that costs more than 149.98$ and if that then maximums 2 lenses those will own and none of them cares about anything else in F-mount system.

    • Captain Megaton

      Nikon still sells tons of D3x00 cameras. Further, there is every financial incentive to build them as cheaply as possible.

  • zorwick

    Hope they should, could, would 😉

  • Wade Marks

    We are spoiled be an abundance of riches. The irony is that as the camera market shrinks, Nikon and other camera companies are coming out with better products than ever before. Right now the Nikon lineup of dslr’s is pretty impressive: D5, D810, D750, D500…etc. And this is before the likely update of the D810.

    The D5500 is also a great lower cost dslr: touchscreen, small, lightweight, arguably a better option than most mirrorless cameras if you want small/light.

    The D3300 is a great little inexpensive starter dslr; the replacement should be even better. A whole lot of picture taking power for less than the cost of a smartphone.

    • Spy Black

      “The D3300 is a great little inexpensive starter dslr…”

      As long as you’re considering entering the Nikon system of course. Pentax starter cameras are superior to any of the Nikon and Canon offerings, but that assumes their optical lineup is sufficient for your needs, which at the consumer/prosumer level they are.

      • Pentax has iffy AF, but aside from that and video, equal or better in all respects.

        • Spy Black

          That may be so about AF, but where do you get that from? Don’t know about the video either, but that wouldn’t surprise me at that level. Otherwise, yes, weather sealed (kit lens too), front and rear control wheels, in body IS which can be used with legacy MF lenses, interchangeable focusing screens, excellent sensor/processor combo, 100% viewfinder through a full pentaprism, 6fps, the list goes on and on. Neither Canon nor Nikon offer anything like this in their starter cameras.

          • Captain Megaton

            It’s hard to explain, but obvious if you use both. Pentax AF just isn’t that good. The algorithm used to control the motor is different, and the whole focus process involves a lot more hunting around than with Nikon.

            Pentax gets there eventually (except when it occasionally doesn’t) but Nikon’s AF is a much quicker, smoother, and more reliable process.

            • Cynog

              For some time, Pentax sacrificed AF speed for accuracy. IIRC, not so long ago they were rated as having the most accurate AF among all the major brands. I don’t know if this still holds true, especially with regard to mirrorless offerings. In general situations, I find Pentax AF to be more than adequate: it’s in tracking AF that the brand falls behind Canon and Nikon equivalents. I certainly don’t notice much difference between the Pentax K-3 II and the Nikon D810 in “normal” situations (though much depends on which lens I’m using), but it’s a different story for quickly moving subjects like birds in flight. I’m hoping the K-1 will be a bit better, but it’s early days yet. I don’t expect it to surpass the D810 in this respect. That said, for those times when I need quick AF, I’ve just bought a D500 – that should do the trick, but the Pentax has many other advantages.

            • Captain Megaton

              Pentax AF on a static object is accurate, I hope I never hinted otherwise. That’s not the problem at all.

              The difference is how long it takes to finalize the fine focus, and how much noise and chatter it makes getting there, and, to a lesser extent, having fewer AF points and not always being very intelligent about which point it will lock on to. The K-1 is a big step up from the K-3 since it’s an LCD system, finally, not LED, and seems to be able to manage locks on multiple points like Nikon can. The spread of AF points is poor compared to something like the D810 though.

          • Fanie Kuhn

            And pixel shift in an entry level body, the K70.

          • OttoVonSchriek

            So how many D3300’s can you buy for the price of a Pentax with weather sealing, pixel shift et al?

            • Spy Black

              You can’t buy even one refurbished D3300 with it kit lens ($389.95) for the price of a new K50 with its kit lens and all those features ($369):
              tristatecamera.com/product/PENTAX_K-50_16_0_MegaPixel_3_0_Inch_Liveview_LCD_Full_10894_K501855KBK.html?refid=279&KPID=PENK501855KBK&gclid=CPP4kOOyoM0CFRY7gQodjvcN_w

          • Well, I don”the own one, but pretty much every credible review seems to mention it. Personally, even the best AF systems frustrate me sometimes so it’s probably the single biggest red flag to me.

      • Max

        True, however for someone like me in South Africa there is about zero customer support.

        • Spy Black

          Yeah, well certainly Nikon and Canon have far larger networks. How’s Sony and Fuji there?

          • Max

            Sony (camera division) completely closed here 2 years ago. Can’t buy it anywhere in SA. Fuji is supported and sold at all the major camera stores and is very popular.

      • captaindash

        My first body was a Pentax (K10D) and it was absolutely better than the Canikon offerings. When I moved a bit higher up the food chain and started getting paid I “had” to switch to Nikon but I still have a special place in my heart for that first body. Pentax offers more camera for the dollar for sure. I hope their FF does well and they eventually have the same gear as the big boys as well as 3rd parties supporting them the same way and I’ll switch back in a heartbeat.

  • Kikou Yamata

    Nikon’s challenge at this entry price level is probably to catch a part of the growing population that feels “good enough” taking pictures with a smartphone = hopefully a DSLR will capture light better, but it has to be as compact as possible, cheap and practical. Snapbridge, added to a D3300, could be the right way to go, even if it seems that the implementation is not yet as smooth as it should.

    • Captain Megaton

      Snapbridge is part of the strategy, as well as the collapsible kit standard and telezooms. The problem here is people looking for a small camera as an upgrade to their smartphone aren’t really interested in buying dSLR. Making a dSLR slightly smaller and more convenient isn’t going to convince many people to change their opinion. There are smaller and more convenient options still.

      People buying dSLRs these days are buying them specifically because they want the versatility, reliability, and responsiveness of a dSLR. That or because the entry level models are very good value compared to mirrorless.

  • Jeffry De Meyer

    Nikon will anounce a D3500, following Nikon’s current pricing scheme it will cost $1100

    • Bah, it will be $500-600 MSRP and drop fast as always. I think we are going to see the D5x00 merge with the D7x00 (i.e. a DX D750) at the D7x00 price point. We will end up with three DX lines and ? FX lines depending on whether the D810 is succeeded by a D5x.

      Nikon needs to rationalize its product lines to cut costs. Its gouging of enthusiasts and pros is limited by Canon and Sony’s offerings, so Nikons likely plans to (say) offer a D5x at D3x prices and milk early adopters before releasing a D820 (say) with the same sensor might be foiled by a Sony A7 mk 3 with the ability to autofocus Nikon lenses. Just as with Apple in the mid 90s the easy money days are over and they need to stop selling ten crazy bespoke bodies with no coherent customer story. But they won’t…

      • David Weinehall

        And, following the usual pattern here in Finland, he D3500 won’t hit most stores until the release of D3600. Several stores here still sell the D7000, and almost none of them have the D7200. Likewise, many of them still sell the D3200 and the D5300 instead of the D3300 and the D5500.

        Oh, and I’ve seen stores that still sell the Nikon 1 V1…

  • ZoetMB

    Maybe they should just further lower the price of the D5200 (currently U.S. street at $497 w/ lens) and D5300 (street $597 w/ lens but has sold for as low as $497) and hold off on a replacement until that inventory is depleted. The D3300 is currently selling street for $397 w/ lens.

    Does it make sense to release a D3300 replacement that’s priced equal or higher than D5xxx models?

    • whisky

      by dropping the D5xxx price down into the D3xxx range, Nikon makes room for a D5xxx series replacement. possibly, the long rumored DMxxx.

    • Steve H

      You need to double check the pricing on the D3300. On June 5th Nikon lowered the rebate on the camera from $250 to $100. Thus the current street price is $549. They similarly lowered rebates on all the APS-C “Dxxxx” cameras. The only cameras not affected by new rebates were the D610, D750 and D810.

  • Aldo

    D3300 was too laggy and unreaponsive for me… I hope the next one improves on this. AF fine tune would eliminate the need to buy a more expensive camera.

    • Captain Megaton

      Genuine, unwavering responsivity is why you buy a better, more expensive dSLR.

    • captaindash

      “AF fine tune would eliminate the need to buy a more expensive camera”

      If you ran Nikon, would you implement this?

      • Aldo

        No I wouldn’t… but nikon got some bad rep for their obvious crippling of some cameras in recent years. Maybe they could beef up cameras in good faith?

        • captaindash

          Personally I think they should make fewer models, but make each one punch above their weight, kinda like Pentax does. There are far too many bodies right now so they have to cripple things so they don’t step on another model’s toes.

          • Aldo

            agreed… and with mirrorless and phones slowly taking over the consumer market…. it would be a smart move to include two dials in EVERY dslr… even the d3xxx series.

  • Little Dick Asian

    can´t wait to see what issues the next nikon camera will bring…

  • Ric of The LBC

    D400 on the way? 🙂 Come on Ny-con or I’m switching.

    • Sammy Tunsri

      It’s not gonna happen. They pass No.400 already. Switch all you want.

  • Adnan

    Pretty sure D3500 is going to replace it as Nikon has a problem with number 4 with exception on top model line.
    BTW D800/E were introduced in Feb. 2012 and now the real 4yr. upgrade is surely due,maybe a D900?

  • Mike

    Maybe now is a good time to get one. I was thinking of getting a 300 VR PF, but hard to justify for weddings :~). But my son is now playing baseball and a D3300 with my 70-200/4 is far cheaper than a 300f/4.

    • Ric of The LBC

      D3300 will be to slow for baseball. Even for kids, a bat swing is fast and especially if he is/becomes a pitcher. I started with a D80 then with in a year upgraded to the D300 for the 6fps.
      my $.02 IMHO.

      • Mike

        How so? Even if I prefocus and have the shutter at 1/2000….. it’s slow? As in shutter response?

        • Ric of The LBC

          I’ll walk back what I said a bit after looking at the specs. At 5fps there is a reasonable chance you capture the bat swing as is crosses the plate, maybe even with connection with the ball. I don’t know what the buffer is. I was thinking that 3fps was the max. A bit of luck and anticipation helps.

          • captaindash

            The D300 with AA’s in a battery grip will give you 8fps. 8fps is a big, big jump when capturing something that fast.

            • Ric of The LBC

              Yes, it is why I have one.

            • captaindash

              Well worth it.

        • Captain Megaton

          It’s the shutter lag, and, to a lesser extent, the mirror blackout, that separates it from the better dSLRs in Nikon’s portfolio. That delay between “I want to take the photo” and “I took the photo”…

      • Max

        Do you think it will be fast enough for Putt Putt?

        • Ric of The LBC

          I do not know what that is.

  • Jeff Wunder

    I hope they update the metering system on the D3300. I had trouble getting the right exposure from it, when I had that camera, often requiring 3 takes. The D5500 and D7200 were much better in that regard. Image quality was excellent when properly exposed, tho. Had a bigger brighter viewfinder than the D5500 too.

  • Captain Megaton

    Expect a very modest refresh, a D5500 without the flip screen, one or two cutesy new features like Snapbridge/wifi. It would be welcome if they brought the D5500 AF module down to the 3×00 series though.

    • TylerChappell

      Or if nothing else, come up with a new AF module to replace the seemingly aging 11-point one. Perhaps a 15-point one.
      1:2:3:3:3:2:1

      • Captain Megaton

        That would be cute (I like it!) but it is probably cheaper to just use the part from the D5500 they already have.

  • a.almeida

    Wouldn´t be time for a first Nikon DX mirrorless camera? Starting with the lower cameras as part of a development plan for a new era of cameras?

  • Photography Guy

    discontinued a noob/novice camera? shocked face :O

    Me and my Pro Nikons didnt notice

    • purenupe1

      Loser Equipment snob pretending to be a phtographer

      • Photography Guy

        talk is cheap, son.,….and its all you have.

        Since you said “phtographer”, let me educate you, its Photographer.

        Loser? I retired at age 31, when did you retire son?

  • Photography Guy

    discontinued a noob/novice camera? shocked face :O
    Me and my Pro Nikons didnt notice

    • Max

      You and your pro Nikons will notice when Nikon goes bankrupt.

      • Photography Guy

        keep dreaming nobody

        • Max

          Then you can go troll on Canonrumors lol

  • David Peterson

    Fingers crossed for a D34K0 camera! 😉 hehe

  • Photography Guy

    no loss, not a great camera

    • Ric of The LBC

      it is for the price.

    • captaindash

      Compare strict IQ with that of the D3X. It was 9 grand a handful of years ago and my gf’s D3200 takes photos you can’t tell apart side by side. The evolution of cameras has been astounding. It’s a frustrating little body to use (ergonomically speaking) but the IQ is superb. I GUARANTEE you couldn’t tell a well lit D810 photo from a well lit D3200 photo at normal viewing distance.

  • Jim Huang

    I really enjoy using my D3200. It’s small, light weight, good AF for causal use and the sensor itself is pretty great too. It was my fav travel camera until I started to use my brother’s D5300.
    The one thing I really hope Nikon will add even for their entry level cameras is the ability to do AF finetune. I don’t think Nikon will do it, but I really hope they do.
    Sure, they are marketed towards “beginners” but I think its perfectly reasonable to assume they will get a 50mm 1.8G or 35mm 1.8G DX.
    Sure, I can send them to Nikon for calibration, but it really isn’t a long term solution.

  • Ric of The LBC

    Miniature Golf. I know you were joking. I’ve heard it call Putt Putt before but not here in CA.

    • TylerChappell

      I always call it Putt Putt instead of Miniature Golf or Mini Golf and I am from the midwest lol

  • othesick

    so when will the announcement most likely be? they missed photokina so what comes after photokina? im all new to this so sorry if this is making you explain the basics of these photography conventions. i cant find anything from typing newbie stuff into google. ”what comes after photokina?” for example brings up next to nothing. ive been on the edge of buying the d3300 but this is kind of making me hold out for the slightly better newer model that has been around the corner for 2 months now. starting to get impatient.

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