Camera Reviews

Best Nikon D100 Memory Cards

The Nikon D100 has a single card slot that can use a CompactFlash card. The maximum storage capacity that a card can be is 2GB with v1.x versions of the camer'a firmware and 4GB with v2.0 firmware. Attempting to use a card with a capacity greater than 2GB or 4GB will cause the memory card […]

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Nikon D5000 Memory Card Compatibility & Recommendations

The Nikon D5000 uses SD cards and has a single memory card slot. It can work with cards up to 32GB in capacity. Using an SD card that is 64GB or larger will cause the Nikon D5000 to display an error code. You will need to buy multiple SD cards if you require increased storage […]

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Best Nikon D7000 Memory Cards

The Nikon D7000 uses SD memory cards and has two card slots. The largest capacity memory cards the Nikon D7000 can use are 2TB. While the camera is not compatible with UHS-I, the cards are backward compatible and much faster. This means you'll save time transferring files if you use a UHS-I can in a […]

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Guide to the 6 Best Nikon D3200 Lenses

If you don't want to read, you can check out the best Nikon D3200 lens options for each category below. Best Zoom Lens for Nikon D3200 - Nikon 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR Best Wide Angle Lens for Nikon D3200 - Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 AT-X116 Pro DX II Best Telephoto Lens for Nikon D3200 - Nikon […]

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What is the Nikon D3300 Crop Factor?

The Nikon D3300 has a 1.5x crop factor. This is helpful for determining the angle of view a lens will have on a camera. APS-C sensors are smaller than full frame sensors. They are referred to as "crop sensors" because the smaller area is the same as if it was "cropped" from the center of […]

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Can the Nikon D3300 Be Used as a Webcam?

The Nikon D3300 can not easily be used as a webcam. That is because the Nikon D3200 is not compatible with the Nikon Webcam Utility. To use the Nikon D3300 as a webcam, a capture card will need to be used. A capture card will work because the Nikon D3300 has clean HDMI out via […]

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Is the Nikon D3300 Weather Sealed?

No, the Nikon D3300 is not weather sealed. Can I Use the Nikon D3300 In the Rain? Do not use the Nikon D3300 in the rain or other condition where the camera can get wet. Using the Nikon D3300 in rain or extremely high humidity can allow water to get into the camera body or […]

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Does the Nikon D3300 Have GPS?

The Nikon D3300 does not have built-in GPS. The Nikon GP-1 GPS adapter is compatible with the Nikon D3300. Using the GP-1 adapter with the Nikon D3300 will enable GPS to be used to add location data to exif metadata of images taken. Unfortunately, the GP-1 adapter is very difficult to find and likely more […]

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Does the Nikon D3300 Have Image Stabilization?

The Nikon D3300 does not have In-Body Image Stabilization (IBIS). Nikon F-mount lenses built with VR vibration reduction will provide optical image stabilization when used on the Nikon D3300. The best Nikon D3300 lenses includes many recommendations of lenses with optical image stabilization.

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Is the Nikon D3300 Full Frame?

No, the Nikon D3300 is not a full frame camera. What Type of Sensor Does the Nikon D3300 Have? The Nikon D3300 has an APS-C sized sensor. The dimensions of the sensor in the Nikon D3300 is 23.5 mm x 15.6 mm.

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