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Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black HK

Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black is a general-purpose DSLR camera with decent features at an affordable price. Read on to learn more about this DSLR camera.

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Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black is a general-purpose DSLR camera with decent features at an affordable price. Read on to learn more about this DSLR camera.

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Lens
18-55mm From HK$ 2,504.00
Colour
Black
Cheapest at Forest Tone
HK$ 3,116.00
HK$ 2,504.00

Compare Prices of Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black

Best price for Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black in Hong Kong is HK$ 2,504.00

You can buy the Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black at the lowest price of HK$ 2,504.00 from Forest Tone which is 20% cheaper than the Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black that is sold by Amazon at the price of HK$ 3,116.00.
Alternatively, the Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black is also sold in Malaysia at Amazon with the price of HK$ 2,512.00 and Philippines at Amazon with the price of HK$ 2,570.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of HK$ 2,504.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:39.

Price List by Country for Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 2,504.00 HKD 2,504.00
Malaysia MYR 1,589.20 HKD 2,512.00
Philippines PHP 21,233.00 HKD 2,570.00
Singapore SGD 646.60 HKD 2,504.00

Specs of Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 24MP
Sensor
Sensor Size 23.5 x 15.6mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Display
Screen Size 3"
Touchscreen
Hinged
Tiltable
Swivel
Off Mode
Anti Smudge Coating
Anti Scratch
Live View
Viewfinder Optical
Packaging Content
Camera Version Lens Kit
Video
Video Resolution Full HD
Image
ISO Minimum 100
ISO Maximum 12800
ISO Auto
White Balance
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 5fps
Connectivity
Wi-Fi
NFC
Bluetooth
HDMI
USB
Optics & Focus
Manual Focus
Lens Mount F
Number of Focus Points 11
Physical
Weight 430g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 124 x 98 x 76mm
Shutter
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000s
Launch
Release Year 2014
Colour
Colour Black

Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black HK: Prices and Features

Nikon D3300: A Fast Budget DSLR Camera

The Nikon D3300 is an improvement over its predecessor, the Nikon D3200, delivering better photo quality and performance. This time it has a 1080/60p video resolution, an improved beginner’s guide, and more compact body. Here is a rundown of its specs and features.

Image Quality

This is Nikon D3300’s strongest suit, with most photos appearing sharper due to its 24-MP resolution and anti-aliasing-filter-free sensor, making this camera stand up against the competition. If you set the ISO to 3200, JPEG and RAW images appear with less noise compared to the D3200. If you change the ISO to 400, you will still get clean JPEG images. Meanwhile, setting the ISO to 6400 will provide you photos with less-bright colors but still very usable. As for video quality, colors appear precise with sufficient shadow detail and recoverable highlight.

Performance

The D3300 is a fast camera to shoot with, faster than its predecessor and many of its rivals. It can take about 0.4 seconds to focus and shoot in optimal light while it’s 0.6 seconds in poor light, making it a decent camera performance-wise. If you equip it with an SD card with 95 MB/sec, it can deliver a remarkable 5.1 fps burst.

Features

The D3300’s body is similar to the D3200. It is light and comes with a comfortable grip. Situated on top of the grip are the shutter button and power switch, with the record, exposure compensation, and info display buttons behind.

The crowd mode provides a variety of manual, semi-manual, and automatic modes, coupled with an Effects mode and Guide mode. When it comes to the Guide mode, it comes in two operations – Easy and Advanced. The former will provide you access to a range of options while the latter will give you instructions for the correct settings for your preferred scenario and then enable you to change them yourself.

There’s also a configurable Fn button that allows you to adjust the image quality, white balance, ISO sensitivity, and Active D-Lighting settings – all of these can be easily accessed through your left thumb.

At the back, you will find several buttons including Menu, review, zoom in/out, and the i, which will give you a list of most used settings, below the left side. Nikon modified the multi-selector navigation control so that its users can perform diagonal movements which are important when choosing an autofocus point.

As for the D3300’s SD card slot, it is now situated in a more accessible location on the grip side, in contrast to the battery compartment. The camera still retains the interactive display, with its adjustment options now showing up below the settings, making them more accessible.

Reviews of Nikon D3300 18-55mm Black

consumersearch.com
Reviewed on 2017-08-25
Check it out on Amazon Nikon D3300 Nikon D3300 1532 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II Auto Focus-S DX NIKKOR Zoom Lens 24.2 MP Digital SLR – Black 151 Customer Reviews $499.95 Buy For $499.95...
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digitalcameraworld.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-27
Let's have some fun! We've rounded up a bunch of budget cameras that are stylish, easy to use and very reasonably priced. There's a mix of digital SLRs and CSCs (compact system cameras), each of which weigh in at under £600/$800, complete with a kit zoom...
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digitalcameraworld.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-12
If you're a beginner photographer or are looking to make the leap from a compact to your first interchangeable lens camera you will want a camera that offers you the best combination of image quality and features, with room to grow as you learn. To help y...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-26
Despite the emergence of mirrorless cameras, the market is still dominated by conventional DSLRs. Several companies make excellent SLRs to help consumers get better quality pictures for under $1,000...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Relatively low cost, Great image quality, Display swings out for capturing a variety of angles, Great image quality, Friendly interface, Smooth operation, Weather sealing to protect against exposure to the elements (water, dust), Speedy (albeit textbased)...
Live View focus seems sluggish, Physical controls can be awkward to navigate, Live View focus seems sluggish, Some physical controls are awkward to navigate, Program mode tends to produce darker exposures, Images are very noisy after ISO 800, Colors appea...
You've seen others toting them, those bulky black cameras hanging heavily around the neck. No way you can slip one of these into your pocket, as you would a cell phone or even a point-and-shoot. So you make do with your smartphone, and you've been doing j...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Relatively low cost, Great image quality, Display swings out for capturing a variety of angles, Great image quality, Friendly interface, Smooth operation, Weather sealing to protect against exposure to the elements (water, dust), Speedy (albeit textbased)...
Live View focus seems sluggish, Physical controls can be awkward to navigate, Live View focus seems sluggish, Some physical controls are awkward to navigate, Program mode tends to produce darker exposures, Images are very noisy after ISO 800, Colors appea...
You've seen others toting them, those bulky black cameras hanging heavily around the neck. No way you can slip one of these into your pocket, as you would a cell phone or even a point-and-shoot. So you make do with your smartphone, and you've been doing j...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Friendly interface, Smooth operation
Program mode tends to produce darker exposures
The Nikon D3300 offers a pleasing set of features for newbies as well as power users, especially given its relatively low price and compact size. At just $650 (including 18-55mm VR II lens), the D3300 is a strong choice for those looking to graduate into ...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Friendly interface, Smooth operation
Program mode tends to produce darker exposures
The Nikon D3300 offers a pleasing set of features for newbies as well as power users, especially given its relatively low price and compact size. At just $650 (including 18-55mm VR II lens), the D3300 is a strong choice for those looking to graduate into ...
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about.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-17
Nikon and Canon have long dominated the entry-level portion of the DSLR market with plenty of strong interchangeable lens camera options, so when these two manufacturers offer new models into this segment of the market, photographers will always pay atten...
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digitalcameraworld.com
Reviewed on 2014-06-24
Canon vs Nikon: which DSLR system is best? A question that has frustrated many of the world's greatest philosophers and may even have troubled the UN… Our in-depth comparison examines each system's cameras, lenses, key features and much more.Who makes the...
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camerastuffreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-19
Light and small, Good specs, Outstanding performance in low light (high ISO), Fast
No WiFi of GPS, Slow AF in LiveView mode, Bothersome menus, Not really inexpensive
The Nikon D3300 is the new entry-level model for fans of an SLR. It follows the D3200. The image format is APS-C, and the sensor has no fewer than 24 megapixels. It looks exactly like the sensor of the Nikon D5300. In contrast to the D5300, the Nikon D330...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-06
Small for a DSL, Retracting lens makes camera compac, Shar, clear images with accurate colo, Video has smooth movemen, Great price
No tilting LCD scree, Limited shooting control, such as noise reduction option, More noise (graininess) than many rivals capture in low-light stills and video
If you are considering an upgrade from a point-and-shoot, the Nikon D3300 is one heck of a DSLR for newbies. It succeeds the very popular D3200 with a few upgrades, such as better video capabilities. The D3300 lacks the bells and whistles of its more expe...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-21
24 megapixel APS-C sensor is one of the best in its class, Light, well-balanced body, Detailed, smooth 1080/60p HD video, Customizable Fn button allows for direct access to ISO or white balance, Rear command dial makes shooting in P, A and S modes easy, R...
Rear command dial can't be used with 'info' menu change settings more quickly, Useful settings like Auto ISO on/off and Active D-Lighting buried in camera menu, Can't change aperture while live view is engaged, Auto mode continues to use very slow shutter...
One of the biggest camera announcements at 2014's Consumer Electronics Show may well have been the little Nikon D3300 and its collapsible 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 VR II lens. It may not shoot 4K video or offer a curved LCD (those shows are all about the tech tren...
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steves-digicams.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-09
Quick TakeProsGood image quality versus other entry-level DSLRsPerformance in low light is good with minimal noise in images24 megapixels of resolution surpasses most entry-level DSLRsFast performance in Viewfinder mode versus similarly priced intercha...
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thephoblographer.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-04
The camera is small and light, The Nikon D3300 work with classic Non AI lenses (but does not meter like the Nikon Df.), The D3300 has fantastic high-ISO performance,
Nikon limited Raw + JPEG on the D3300. It's Only Raw + JPEG Fine. You can't make the JPEG any smaller when working in this mode, The D3200 is still a decent camera compared to the D3300. It's not that major of an upgrade, The detailed menu screens eat up...
Nikon hasn't been the best of camera companies lately. There have been issues with some of its new cameras, but there is one set of cameras that has been constant: the D3xxx series. Most of the D3xxx series' updates are typically incremental. The Nikon D3...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-25
Compact and light. Includes small, optically stabilized lens. Guide Mode for beginners. 24-megapixel sensor with no OLPF. Excellent JPG detail at high ISO. 4.9fps image capture. Raw shooting support. 1080p60 video. Mic input for video.
Fixed LCD. Images on the noisy side. Limited burst shooting in Raw. Small pentamirror viewfinder
The Nikon D3300 ($649.95 with 18-55mm lens) is the latest iteration of Nikon's entry-level D-SLR. The 24-megapixel camera ships with a redesigned, collapsible version of the standard kit zoom lens, and its sensor design omits a low pass filter—a feature t...
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digitalcamerareview.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-21
Light and compact platform, Good still and video image quality, Good ISO performance, 5 fps continuous shooting rate
Automatic video autofocus only average, WiFi optional, not builtin, Builtin flash will overheat and shut down with continuous usage
Apart from the aforementioned changes, the D3300 comes in almost an ounce lighter than the older camera with slightly different dimensions: 4.9 x 3.9 x 3 inches versus 5 x 3.8 x 3.1 inches for the D3200. Both cameras share APS-C sized sensors at 24.2 mega...
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cameralabs.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-01
Excellent image quality and noise performance, Collapsible 18-55mm VR II kit zoom, Guide mode for novice photographers, 1080p50/60 video with some exposure control, Range of effects filters.
No auto exposure bracketing or optical depth-of-field preview, Lacks built-in Wifi and GPS, Button press required to extend lens, Movie AF lacks confidence and looks distracting.
Nikon D3300 review The Nikon D3300 is the company's latest entry-level DSLR. Announced in January 2014, it replaces the best-selling D3200 and like that model is aimed at beginners or those looking for a step-up in quality and control over a point-and...
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whatdigitalcamera.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-24
Low price tag; Impressive burst mode; Reduction in the size of the kit lens; High resolution captures impressive amount of detail
Lack of builtin Wifi might disappoint some; Issues with noise apparent at lower ISO settings
Advancements in digital photography mean that features found on the high-end and professional models of today will - in a matter of a few years - work their way down towards the entry-level models of tomorrow.Nikon's entry-level DSLR range has long ben...
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digitalcameraworld.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-15
Nikon D3300 Review: the 24.2-megapixel Nikon D3300 is 30% smaller and 25% lighter than the Nikon D3200. See first-hand how it performs in our Nikon D3300 review video, or read our long-form review.Cameras at the bottom of Nikon's range always spring to mi...
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