Nikon D5300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G ED VR Black

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Nikon D5300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G ED VR Black
Nikon D5300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G ED VR Black

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Nikon D5300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G ED VR Black Price History


Current Price - July 13, 2024
Highest Price £394.86 June 1, 2024
Lowest Price £394.86 June 1, 2024
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Nikon D5300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G ED VR Black Description

24.2 Megapixel Performance

The Nikon D5300 digital SLR camera is designed for discerning enthusiasts and professionals who demand the highest quality images. With its 24.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor and EXPEED 4 image-processing engine, this camera produces breathtakingly beautiful images in stunning detail. It also features a range of advanced shooting modes and Creative Image Effects to give users incredible versatility for creative photo and video projects. The 2017 D5300 also features an ISO range of 100-12800 and a low noise, high dynamic range video mode, for professional-grade video capture.

18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Zoom Lens

The Nikon D5300 Digital SLR Camera and 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Zoom Lens bundle comes with a versatile, 3.1x standard zoom lens. The lens features Nikon’s ED (Extra-low Dispersion) and VR (Vibration Reduction) technologies for superior image clarity and sharpness, even in low-light conditions. This camera/lens bundle also offers two ED elements for minimizing chromatic aberrations and a Silent Wave Motor for quiet autofocus, perfect for capturing sound-sensitive subjects like weddings and live events.

Unlimited Possibilities

The Nikon D5300 comes equipped with built-in Wi-Fi and GPS capabilities for seamless photo and video sharing. With an easy-to-use mobile application, users can upload, transfer and edit photos or videos on the go, granting you unlimited creative possibilities. With the Nikon D5300 you get the benefits of a large-sensor, powerful DSLR camera, plus the convenience of instant access to your photos and videos wherever you go.


This Nikon flagship offers a range of accessories to help you get the most out of your camera experience. Choose from a wide selection of Nikkor lenses (four compatible lenses are part of this camera bundle), Speedlights, battery grips, microphones, and more. The Nikon D5300 is also compatible with a variety of lens materials and electronic accessories, and even has a built-in HDMI port for easily transferring photos and videos to external devices.


• 24.2 megapixel DX-Format CMOS image sensor
• EXPEED 4 image-processing engine
• ISO range of 100–12800 (expandable to 25600)
• 1920 x 1080 HD video with low noise and high dynamic range
• Built-in Wi-Fi and GPS
• Variety of Nikkor lenses and Speedlights
• Compatible with lens material and electronic accessories
• Built-in HDMI
• Includes 18-55mm ED VR zoom lens
• Included Nikon Mobile App for instant photo/video sharing

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Nikon D5300 24.2 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera with 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G ED VR Black Reviews (8)

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  1. Hans Schweigoffer

    Esta es una cámara muy buen de la marca nikkon y está a un excelente precio a diferencia de otros lugares que su precio es más caro. Lamentablemente hay dos detalles que para mi le restan puntos: 1 el micrófono que tiene integrado la cámara es muy malo, es preferible comprar otro. 2 los accesorios son más caros, un objetivo de 1.8 esta alrededor de 3000 a 5000 pesos mexicanos en comparación de otros objetivos o de otras marcas.
    Lo que ayuda mucho es su pantalla giratoria que te ayudará a tomar fotos en situaciones muy incómodos o que daría demasiado trabajo tomarlas por el visor.

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  3. S. Hoff

    I got a refurbished unit from a reputable vendor at a great price. It is a rather light camera and smaller than I thought but has such a nice rubberized grip. I bought it with the 18-55 mm VR kit lens since I’m just starting out and I graduated from a mirrorless Sony NEX-3N. I then bought the 55-200 mm zoom lens, and the 35 mm 1.8 prime lens.
    After a week of figuring things out (it really did take that long to get a decent shot), I am won over by it’s amazing sensor, the lovely articulating screen, solid yet light construction, peer-to-peer wifi, fast autofocus, and many more adjustment features that were lacking in my Sony NEX-3N. I took pictures from my old camera and new and there is a significant difference in quality in low lighting situations especially. Also, the additional 8 megapixels to 24 from 16 clarifies the images considerably and a reasonable post processing cropping does not degrade the image. I’ve taken some pretty amazing images and with the right settings and lenses you can get professional quality photos.

    I was not wowed by the camera initially, but once I got the hang of using it, I am very happy with it. I feel it has enough headroom in which I can grow as a photographer. This is not a professional camera by the lack of more refined adjustments (like front and back autofocus adjustments), one control dial and only one SD card slot-but it’s not a basic model. I would hazard to say it has enough for an intermediate level photographer, but it might be too complicated for a beginner.

    In short here are my likes and observed weaknesses with this camera:


    It’s the right size and weight to fit in my bag so it’s always with me. “The best camera is the one that’s with you.” Chase Jarvis
    It feels great in my hand
    A view finder with a diopter adjustment and accessories shoe (totally lacking in a lot of mirrorless cameras).
    An articulating display that’s pretty detailed and bright.
    An advanced 24 megapixel APS-C 1.5 crop sensor
    Phase-detection autofocus and contrast in live-view with up to 39 points
    The removal of the optical low-pass filter for a higher level of detail (that won’t be realized until I get some optically superior lenses that can fully resolve the 24 megapixel detail).
    2016 pixel RGB TTL exposure meter sensor
    Peer-to-peer wifi to transfer photos to my tablet and smartphone, and also remotely fire the camera.
    Availability of lenses at relatively dirt-cheap prices that are pretty sharp and autofocus quickly
    Battery lasts pretty long when using viewfinder
    An actual wall charger for the battery (it was in-camera charging with the Sony)


    No touch screen so toggling feels a little dated with everything being touch screen now
    Dial function operates shutter speed and you need to depress other buttons at the same time to adjust aperture and ISO
    Some strange locations for certain buttons like shutter release settings and programmable function button.
    Poor documentation about more advanced features
    No built in motor so many legacy f mount lenses are manual focus only
    The viewfinder is a little small and has 95% coverage
    Live-view is slower than molasses
    GPS function is junk
    You can’t make adjustments to the camera settings while controlling it from your tablet or smartphone
    A little on the high side if you pay full price
    Battery drains quickly when using wifi and in Live-view mode.
    Some iffy focus issues with the Nikon 35 mm 1.8 prime lens at the widest apertures in low light. Some have complained online about this combination presenting minor problems.

    My advice for beginners is to buy the d3300. It’s considerably cheaper, has the same sensor, removal of the optical low-pass filter, and has a built in lens motor. Granted it only has 11 auto-focus points, a 420 pixel RGB light meter sensor, a smaller fixed screen, and no wifi or crappy GPS. You can buy the wifi module separately but it does protrude from the side of the camera body.

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  4. Emily Wallin

    Wonderful auto focus with still and moving objects. Picture quality is definitely up there with some of the best I’ve had on the cameras I’ve owned. Easy and fun to use overall. Would be a nice start for beginners to get a hang of the simple and complex sides of photography and cameras.

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  5. Elips

    Buen producto, llevo algunos meses usándola y no he tenido problemas. Me encanta la conexión a WiFi ya que puedo publicar en redes casi de inmediato las fotos.

    La adquirí en oferta por lo que el precio se me hizo justo

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  6. T. Haight

    I purchased this a few days ago here on Amazon. I brought a slightly used one with just over 3,000 shutter actuation’s. Saved a LOT of money. I came from the delightful rank-beginner D3200 camera to this upgrade. Here are my thoughts after 2 years of shooting with a D3200 and upgrading to the D5300:

    1. Stellar upgrade in sharpness! Without a doubt, the most noticeable thing. 39 autofocus points over the 11 on D3200 really helps! That irritating OLPF is gone! I use a 37″ monitor to develop in Lightroom, and pixel peeping on the D5300 is a delightful experience. My friend who owns a D7200 thinks the image quality is identical. It is close, my friends. Too close to call.

    2. Smaller and lighter than D3200, but still substantial enough in the hand. Anyone with slightly smaller hands will really enjoy this camera. Me? I am 6 4″ with big hands, and it still felt just great. No issues there as far as I can see.

    3. Your EN-EL-14 batteries will work in it. The D5300 is recommended and comes with EN-EL-14a. Battery life is just fine. To make a guestimate from the 150+ images shot and no budge on the battery meter…500-600 may just be possible without heavy flash use. I should not admit this, but even an aftermarket battery I used in my D3200 for 2 years works perfect in my D5300. No issues at all.

    4. A surprising find: This much better body has really helped me get a LOT more from my lenses. I kid you not, friends. The 35mm f/1.8 from Nikkor remains sort of a disappointment, but still shows improved image quality on the end of the D5300. The “Fantastic Plastic” Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 really shines though on this camera! sharp sharp sharp!!! Lots of light through that big 58mm thread size. It was a performer with the D3200, and really pairs well with the D5300. My old 55-200 VR likes my D5300 as well and has also shown a sharpness bump. If you can believe it, even the kit lens 18-55 from the D3200 takes better pics on the end of the D5300. We all know good glass is important, but often times it seems that good quality bodies get down played even though they are also a very important part of the overall photographic equation.

    5. You are going to have to make some out of the box adjustments. The irritating focus lock chirp for one. I had to shut that off. The AF illuminator is irritating as well and also had to be manually turned off.

    6. Control lay-out: For God’s sake, take the time to learn the differences if coming up from from D3100/3200 series cameras. It takes a while to learn the new placements and new hand motions to adjust on the fly. David Busch’s guide to the D3200 was great for me, and I have purchased his D5300 guide and expect similar excellent tutoring as well. I highly recommend, and you can buy here on Amazon and read on Kindle.

    7. ISO is a LOT less noisy on this body. Seriously. 1600 ISO looks great compared to many D3200 shots at that sensitivity. Even the one 3200 ISO shot I took for giggles was way quieter than I expected it to be.

    Overall my fellow Nikon geeks, this is a great upgrade still within most of our financial means. Next gen performance free of the OLPF, and just a real joy to work with. Some people complain about slow Live View, but I could care less. The good friend who got me into photography suggested I learn to get it as right as I could in the camera first, and to stop using anything but the view finder. 3 years later, I am glad for the wisdom he shared. Live View needed maybe for video or some other sorts of shots…but for us View Finder clickers who peep it later, this camera is going to be a happy surprise for you.

    Bottom Line: If you can afford it (new or used from a reputable seller here on Amazon)…do it! You won’t be disappointed in your next step up the DX ladder. The D3200 got you hooked, and now the D5300 is going to take you to even better places and greater enjoyment and satisfaction from our chosen hobby.

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  7. Benjamín

    Fue una gran compra a muy buen precio, se toman las fotos muy bien, puedes configurar y bajar la app para el celular y tomar fotos desde tu cel., el lente se ajusta automático o manual, bueno una maravilla el equipo, lo recomiendo al 100.

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  8. Joaquin Espidio

    Aunque es un modelo ya con varios años es una cámara excelente para su rango. Perfecto para quien pide más que una point and shoot y sabe de fotografía. La opción de tomar en RAW+JPEG es muy buena y que esté disponible en una cámara de este precio es un increible valor.

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