Nikon D3300 | Review



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



  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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