Nikon has today announced a new mid-level DSLR, dubbed the D5300 it is the successor to the D5200, with a few new tweaks and upgrades such as a 3.2 inch, 1,037-dot tilt-angle LCD screen, as well as a 95% field of view optical viewfinder with a 0.82x magnification.

Under the hood there’s also an Expeed 4 image processing engine, but it still includes the same 24 megapixel sensor, but there is no longer an optical low pass filter for sharper images.

There’s also a 39-point autofocus system, with a 2,016 pixel RGB metering sensor, with Toy and HDR effects as well as 1080p 60fps video capture.

The model also includes Wi-Fi and GPS technology, with support for their updated Nikon application to share images over Wi-Fi.

The Nikon D5300 will be available from November 14th, priced at £730 for the body only or £830 for the 18-55mm kit lens, both come in black, dark grey and red colour options.

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