Product code: 82903031
Powerful, professional results with the versatility of interchangeable lenses from Nikon. The D5300 is more than a full size DSLR, it’s also a Full HD camcorder with an advanced image processor to let you shoot sharper and faster than ever. Tough and ergonomically designed, it sits solidly in the hand for confident shooting in any situation. It also features a suite of built-in functions like scene selection, movie modes and high speed shooting so you’ll always be ready to capture those special moments.
Nikon makes outstanding image quality possible with a newly developed Nikon DX-format CMOS image sensor and the new EXPEED 4 image-processing engine for shooting at up to 5fps.
Your pictures are ready to send immediately to smart devices for sharing on sites like Facebook. Remote shooting also lets you release the shutter from a distance, while your smart device can operate like a remote live view monitor to confirm the image before you take the snap.
Full HD video
The D5300 also doubles as a high-performance video camera capable of Full HD D-Movies at 1920 x 1080. With 50/60p capture you get smooth, fluid recording, even with fast-moving subjects.
39 point autofocus
More focus points quickly and sharply capture action, even when your subject isn't in the centre of the frame. The D5300 offers wide-area AF coverage and high-density focus points including 9 cross-type sensor in the canter area, helping you to get everything looking as sharp as possible.
Enhance your pictures and movies with nine easy-to-use effects, including HDR Painting and Toy Camera. You can even check how the effect looks in real time before you shoot.
The image stabilisation on this camera is Lens Only.
One of the biggest advantages of this camera is the flexibility on offer. You can use additional lenses to take wide-angle, telephoto, or close-up shots to suit just about any situation. The shorter the focal length (measured in mm), the wider the view will be – the longer the focal length, the more telescopic the picture. With a selection of interchangeable lenses at your disposal, the creative possibilities are endless.
Why not take a look at our range of additional lenses?
Note: Please check the compatibility of the lens with your camera.
- Accessories Included
- EN-EL14 rechargeable Li-ion battery (with terminal cover), MH-24 battery charger, AN-DC3 strap, UC-E17 USB cable, EG-CP16 audio/video cable, DK-5 eyepiece cap, BS-1 accessory shoe cover, DK-20 rubber eyecup, BF-1B body cap, ViewNX 2 CD-ROM, User's Manual
This feature fixes onto the main subject and enhances focus on a snap's hot spots
- Battery Size & Number
- Battery life
An estimate of how long the battery lasts before needing recharging, based on standard tasks and usage
- Approx 500 shots per charge
- Built In Flash
- Camera Type
- Digital SLR
- Compatible Operating Systems
- Mac OS X (v10.6-v10.8), Windows XP (64-bit not supported) - Windows 8
- HDMI (Type C) output, USB 2.0, stereo mini-pin jack (3.5-mm diameter), accessory shoe
- Continuous Shooting Speed
Continuous Shooting Speed
The amount of frames per second that can be shot in continuous shooting mode, useful for fast moving subjects
- H7.8 x W9.8 x D12.9cm
- Direct printing
Can connect to a compatible digital camera to print without the need to use a computer.
- Eligible for International Delivery
- Face Detection
Automatically detects faces and optimises focus, so they're the main subject of a snap
- File Formats
- RAW, JPEG, NEF (RAW) + JPEG
Allows your camera to detect and record where a picture is taken, perfect for holiday snaps
- Hard drive
Stores files like videos and images, and programmes such as games. A portion of this may already be allocated to data like your operating system
- Image Megapixels
- Image Stabilisation
Irons out blur and shake, so your shots are super-sharp and your videos are stable
- Lens Aperture
Measures the lens' light exposure. This affects the depth of field (the distance beween the nearest and furthest objects that can be kept in focus)
- Lens Details
- Lens Size
The distance from the sensor and the optical centre of the lens when focused to infinity. A smaller focal length will generally result in a wider angle of view
Enables extreme close-up shots of small subjects like insects or plants
- Manufacturer Part Number (MPN)
- Maximum ISO Rating
Maximum ISO Rating
Defines the sensor's light sensitivity and therefore performance in low light settings. Greater ISO numbers indicate more light sensitivity, though may lead to more grain or noise in the image
- Memory Card Type
- Model name / number
- NFC enabled
Devices with NFC (Near Field Connection) can be tapped together to establish a wireless connection for sending or streaming files and other data
- Night recording
Ability to record at night or in complete darkness by using built-in infrared illumination
- Power Supply
- Li-ion EN-EL14a battery
- Red-Eye Reduction
Reduces red-eye effect in portraits and group photos
- Screen size
The size of the device's screen, usually measured diagonally in inches
- Self Timer
Delays taking the picture for a few seconds, ideal for self portraits or group pictures
- Sensor Size
- 23.5 x 15.6mm
- Sensor Type
- Shooting Modes
- Shutter Speeds
The amount of time is takes for the shutter to open and close. High speed lets you freeze action completely, slower ones allow motion blur
- 1/4000 - 30 s in steps of 1/3 or 1/2 EV; Bulb; Time (requires optional ML-L3 remote control)
- Smile Detection
- Sweep Panorama
- Touch Screen
- Tripod Thread
- Video Resolution
- 1080p HD video
The interface you look through to compose and focus your picture. Not all modern digital cameras will feature a physical viewfinder as well
Unpackaged weight of the product
- Wi-Fi enabled
- Zoom (digital)
Enlarges video captured by the optical zoom and makes it seem even closer. This involves zooming in on an existing image, so it gives slightly less detailed results than an equivalent optical zoom
- Zoom (optical)
Allows you to zoom the image closer to the subject. Optical zooms feature physically moving lens components, so it maintains the image quality as you zoom in. Digitial zooms essentially crop an existing image, so may lose image quality as they zoom in