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Nikon launches the D5300, its first DSLR with Wi-Fi built-in

Nikon's new D5300 is the company's first foray into on-board Wi-Fi in a DSLR (TYO:7731)

| Cameras News | Posted: Oct 17, 2013 5:44 pm

Today, Nikon announced the launch of the latest addition to its line of DSLR cameras. The New Nikon D5300 is a 24-megapixel, DX Format camera with built-in Wi-Fi. This is the first DSLR offering from the camera giant to feature on-board Wi-Fi connectivity,a feature that is sure to please many photographers around the world.

 

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Nikon managed to pack one heck of a punch into the new D5300 including a 24-megapixel CMOS sensor, EXPEED 4 image processor, and the ability to shoot HD Video. An ISO range of 100-12800 is present and can be expanded to 25,600 for super low-light situations. Nikon has also removed the low pass filter from the imaging sensor which results in an even sharper and cleaner image.

 

"With the Nikon D5300, we are continuing our commitment to delivering unparalleled performance and image quality while addressing the importance of staying connected and sharing images with ease," said Masahiro Horie, Director of Marketing and Planning, Nikon Inc. "By answering the need to share high quality photos, the Nikon D5300 allows photographers to capture their memories in astounding clarity and share them with family and friends moments after they happen."Advanced Performance for When it Matters Most"

NEWS SOURCES
Engadget.com, Nikonusa.com

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