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Ilse Jurriën : March 2nd 2017 - 18:55 CET

Nikon D7300 mid-range DSLR camera


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NikonDX-format Nikon D7300 camera : Exactly two years ago Nikon introduced the D7200, a digital SLR camera for the semi-professional photographer. The D7200 features a 24.2 megapixel DX-format image sensor. DX-format is equivalent to an APS-C image sensor, and is used by Nikon for its entry-level and midrange SLR cameras. Professional cameras are equipped with an FX-sensor, a full frame sensor. According to the latest rumors, we may soon welcome the D7300, as the successor to the D7200. The Nikon D7300 seems to lean more towards the D500, its big brother and Nikon's most advanced FX-camera. Presumably, the Nikon D7300 will feature the same 20.9 MP sensor as the D500.
Nikon D7300

Nikon D7300 camera specs
The 51-point Multi-CAM 3500 II AF system with 15 cross-type sensors in the middle, coming from the D7200, seems to be carried over to the new D7300. It is expected that the video function will be upgraded, meaning the new SLR won´t record Full HD but 4K video recording. The D500 was Nikon's first DX-format camera to support 4K video recording. Furthermore, it´s most likely that the new Nikon D7300 will feature a 3.2-inch display. There are currently no indications that this is a touch display, as the D500 has. Nikon's new DSLR will also include SnapBridge support to easily transfer captured pictures and videos to a smart device and share them with others. Its predecessor was already equipped with WiFi, SnapBridge makes use of Bluetooth Low Energy to realize a continuous connection between your camera and smartphone, the images can be synced automatically.

Nikon D7300 price & availability
At this point there is no price information available. We expect the D7300 price will be slightly higher than the price of the D7200, which had a recommended retail price of €1,200 for the body only. The D500 costs about €1,000 extra. This year it is still remarkably quiet at Nikon. Both at CES and CP+ Nikon did not reveal any significant products. Yet there are clear indications that besides the Nikon D7300 a whole range of new Nikon camera models will be presented in the near future, including the D760, D820, Df 2 and the 1 J6.




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