Nikon D3300 | Review

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I was lucky enough to get this Nikon D3300 Camera as a birthday present.

I thought I’d share with you my thoughts on this because I know that they are big investments so I’m hoping this will help.

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The camera it self was a nice size, not too bulky to hold. However, It’s not something that I would like to take with me because of the hassle.

It’s a camera that I would keep for use at home for taking my blog pictures.

The actual image quality is absolutely amazing. Honestly I feel as though everything looks HD in this camera.

I also think its a camera that you have to want to learn how to use. Obviously you have the simple function of just taking a picture, but to use the rest of the features I would recommend reading into each of the features.

This is a great entry level camera that retails from about £400-£500.

For me, I think it has everything I need it to do and so it is perfect for me.

I would honestly take your time in making an investment such as this.

When I was looking to buy the camera, I had to really think about whether blogging was something I wanted to do long term.

I’m sorry this review is super short and brief. I’m not looking at it from a technical aspect because I still have a lot of learning to do myself. As a beginner, these are my thoughts

The most important thing is to do your research!

Let me know what camera you use to film and take pictures on

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2 Comments

  1. Brittany
    June 19, 2015 / 7:25 pm

    ive been wanting to invest in a new camera for awhile. This one definitely a contender. It looks really light too. Does it have wifi? I guess I could just google the specifications lol

    • Sonam
      June 23, 2015 / 11:13 pm

      It’s super light and has wifi. It definitely has everything you would need. Defo recommmend it! Haha ask me any questions I don’t mind 🙂

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