New camera launches this month for under $1,400

Nikon has pulled the wraps off a new high-end digital camera today called the D5300. The D-SLR has a resolution of 24.2-megapixels and uses a DX-format CMOS sensor. Nikon also uses the EXPEED 4 image processor inside and includes integrated Wi-Fi.

The camera promises impressive low-light performance with an ISO range of 100 to 12,800 that is expandable to ISO 25,600. The camera also has a built-in scene recognition system able to analyze and recognize the scene and make adjustments in exposure, autofocus, and white balance for the highest quality photos possible.

The D5300 uses a 39-point autofocus system and can shoot bursts at five frames per second using the optical viewfinder or the 3.2” variable angle Live View rear LCD. The camera can record full HD resolution video at 60p with stereo sound. The autofocus system and full ISO range are available during video recording.

The D5300 kit using an AF-S DX Nikkor 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens will launch this month for $1399.95 and will come in black, red, or gray colors.
The new D5300 comes nearly a year after Nikon unveiled the D5200.

Source: Nikon

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