This book is intended for entry-level digital SLR users. It is a comprehensive step-by-step guide that includes a pullout quick reference card. UK author Jon Sparks provides practical tips on how to get the best from this versatile camera. The D3300 is Nikon's latest entry-level DSLR. It is designed to marry the versatility and image quality of an SLR with the simplicity and ease of handling of the best digital compacts. Nikon has always valued continuity as well as innovation; e.g, it has retained its tried and tested F lens-mount (originally introduced in 1959). This means it's possible to use many classic Nikon lenses with the D3300. At first glance, the D3300 may look like a modest upgrade to the D3200, but there are some significant changes under the surface. The camera is almost exactly the same size as its predecessor, but significantly lighter. It has a 24-megapixel sensor; the pixel count may be the same as the D3200, but there's a major difference as the D3300 has dispensed with an 'anti-aliasing' filter in front of its sensor to make images even sharper.
Publisher: AE Publications