The summary of Nikon D5300

Here, in this short article, I would like to summarize my whole test, which I have been doing step by step for the last year. I bought my new DSLR camera D5300 over 12 months ago. As you may have noticed from time to time I used to share with you the facilities of this perfect digital single-lens reflex camera which is the Nikon D5300. Maybe you will think, that I have “perfect timing” starting to describe the machinery for nearly 1 year, which has been released approximately 4 years ago. Of course! I wish I could do it quicker, although, in my opinion, DSLR cameras are not getting old so quickly, so I believe, that this test will be useful for many people in the near future.

Let’s start then. I won’t elaborate so much, just remind you about the highlights of the Nikon D5300, which I took into account during my adventure with this camera. Aside from the general information and a brief introduction mixed with my private feelings about this camera I have focused on:

  1. JPG image retouch – where I put all options to modify your image within the D5300 software.
  2. RAW image processing – telling you briefly how can you refine your images through the RAW editions made by your D5300 inner software.
  3. HDR and photo quality – which should be your walking through the kind of photos, resolution, chromatic aberration, etc, and also, what is most important how to make your photo without any “too bright and too dark” elements.
  4. Night photography – showing you the best examples of photos taken during the dark conditions to that of the maximal useful ISO sensitivity keeping photo clear without dead pixels.

The elements listed above refer to the D5300 body features. Everybody knows, that the DSLR body only won’t be much useful, thus we should have a proper lens for it. I described the Nikkor 18-55 mm kit lens, which is typically bundled with the D5300 DSLR camera.
You may read also about the Nikkor 55-300 mm, which has been released as an extension to the Nikkor 18-55 mm.
I would like to post you some example photos made by Nikon D5300, this is simply amazing!

Lake District National Park Nikkor 18mm

Pic. 1 The Lake District National Park, 18 mm

Moth Euplagia Quadripunctar (Jersey Tiger) macro view

Pic. 2 Moth Euplagia Quadripunctar (Jersey Tiger), 55 mm.

Norfolk Wind Farm seen from Hunstanton, Nikkor 300mm

Pic. 3 The Norfolk Wind Farm, 300 mm.

Beacon Hill, Chiltern Hills seen from Aylesbury

Pic. 4 The Beacon Hill, seen from Aylesbury, 300 mm.

Krosno floodlit landfill seen from Odrzykoń

Pic. 5 The Krosno’s floodlit landfill seen from Odrzykoń, 55 mm, 15sec, ISO 3200, f. 5.6.

Krosno Turaszówka oil fields

Pic. 6 The Krosno – Turaszówka oil fields, 18 mm, 15sec, ISO 3200, f. 3.4

Lake District National Park, Lake Buttermere

Pic. 7 The Lake Buttermere, Lake District National Park, 18 mm.

Aylesbury Telephone Exchange - Nikon D5300 sketch photo

Pic. 8 The Aylesbury Telephone Exchange.

Nikon D5300 sketch photo

Pic. 9 The sketched photo made by Nikon D5300.

Honey bee taking its honey from the cherry tree flower

Pic. 10. Nice spring in Cambridge, 55 mm.

Mariusz Krukar

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