On the outside the successor to the popular Nikon D3200, the D3300, looks to be a very capable DSLR camera, and with it being 30 percent smaller and 25 percent lighter, it will also be easier to handle. We have already seen a selection of reviews from photography experts, looking at how it compares to rival cameras, as well as looking at those all-important features.
However, there is nothing like a real-world test, and so we thought you would much prefer to view a trio of video samples showing how the Nikon D3300 performs in certain conditions.
All three videos have been created by DP Review, the first of which is a D3300 sample video of Elliott Bay. The footage runs for 14 seconds, but gives you a good idea of how the D3300 performs recording while watching the waves lap against the rocks.
Nikon D3300 Street Sample Video – is the second video and gives us a good idea of how well this camera records traffic during the daytime. We are rather impressed with how fast the D3300 focuses, along with the sound quality.
Finally, we have a low-light sample of the D3300, which has been taken inside a small shopping center that relies on artificial lighting rather than natural. The quality of the footage isn’t bad, although it does have a warm lighting effect.
If you like what you see, then you might want to check out a bonus video that we thought we would add below, which is said to be the ultimate Nikon D3300 review. The video runs for a little over 30 minutes, which means this is one of those more extensive reviews, unlike those short ones all over YouTube.
This Nikon D3300 video review covers all aspects of this DSLR, such as how the family will get on with it, how it performs when you are travelling, to is overall image quality.