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Nikon d5300 price is high in compare to Nikon d3400 but the specs are almost same?can anyone help me

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 13:26:24    Popularity:     

Tags: price  high  Nikon  d5300  compare  

Generally speaking, you want to avoid the lowest level of something, such as the D3400, and get the one up level, the D5300. Not everything is going to show up

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Generally speaking, you want to avoid the lowest level of something, such as the D3400, and get the one up level, the D5300. Not everything is going to show up in a spec comparison. Some quality items are just built in. Then there are some features, such as a flexible screen, flash range, interval timer, and microphone port that can make your photographic experience more rewarding.

That articulated LCD sure cost that much, huh? If you need that feature then get the D5300. Otherwise, the D3400 will give you the same results.

Here's a side-by-side comparison of main features: https://www.dpreview.com/products/compar...

Here's another one with different features listed, showing just the D3400 and D5300: https://www.imaging-resource.com/cameras... Compare either of these two Nikons to a Pentax K-70, the Pentax K-70 will prove to be the superior camera because it has some very important features not found on any Nikon.

As you can see, the D5300 is a fairly old 5-year-old camera and normally should be avoided because of that, but as you can see here in this link, the ISO performance is pretty good, but not as good as a Pentax K-70: https://www.dpreview.com/products/compar...

One of the main reasons to not go with the D3400 is because of its lack of an internal focusing motor. Not having a focusing motor in a Nikon body means having to struggle to figure out which of the 5 or so lens mounts are compatible with the D3400, and realizing that there are a lot of lenses that not compatible with it, too.

If you're going to be doing video with your camera, you shouldn't be looking at Nikon at all. The D5300 with its articulated screen and external mic jack (not found on the D3400) will be the preferred camera of the two for video or vlogging. While Nikon has a sofisticated focusing system for taking photos, when put into video mode Nikons revert to an old and outdated focusing system. This results in focusing problems such as the focusing all of sudden and on its own starts to drift off. If you need video in a digital camera, then go with either a Sony or Panasonic, but definitely not a Nikon or Pentax. Canon's are better, but this only applies to their mid to high-end cameras and not necessarily to every model that they make.

If you're into shooting sports or wildlife, then the D5300 with its 39 focusing points will provide you with more shots in focus than the D3400 which only has 11 focusing points. However, the age of the D5300 is apparent here because it can't shoot more than 4 RAW images in a row before the buffer fills up and the camera's frame rate drops to a useless 1 fps. If you're into sports/wildlife or action, go with something other than these two cameras.

Depending upon what types of photos you like to take or may want to try, one of these cameras are going to be the better one for you. Neither will take better photos than the other, that's your responsibility. If you decide to go with a D5300, I'd personally buy it used since it's so old.

The D5300 has a swivel screen, but I'm not sure if either has a depth-of-field preview (an essential in a DSLR).

Why only Nikon ? Canon make decent DSLRs too, and the Pentax K-70 is the best-specified camera in its class. It's worth noting that Canon's motorised lenses allow autofocus with ALL of their bodies, and all Pentax models have body motors (removed from Nikon's D3xxx and D5xxx to reduce cost). Pentax also allow metering with legacy lenses (Canon won't fit and Nikon won't meter).

Look at ALL the alternatives, and handle a couple of likely candidates, you'll know the best camera for you as soon as you pick it up.

Okay, you go to a shop and you look at both cameras. You'll find they have much in common, but the D5300 has quite simple features that make it easier to use and more flexible.

It's like me comparing the old ford probe that I use to have to an Aston Martin. They are both based on the same (Mazda developed) chassis, but that's pretty much where the comparison ended!



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