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NikonD5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black)
 
4.7

(based on 65 reviews)

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98%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Large clear LCD (43)
  • Easy to use (41)
  • Great resolution (34)
  • Fast shutter speed (28)
  • Good in low light (28)

Cons

  • Lag / shutter delay (3)
  • Short battery life (3)

Best Uses

  • Family photos (43)
  • Travel (42)
  • Low light (36)
  • Wildlife (28)
  • Sports/action (25)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Photo enthusiast (25), Casual photographer (17), Semi-pro photographer (7)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (46), Yes (6)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Awesome Camera

This camera is amazing it's ease of use will come handy to starters but don't be fooled by me say ease of use the images it captures is amazing they are so clear. I...Read complete review

This camera is amazing it's ease of use will come handy to starters but don't be fooled by me say ease of use the images it captures is amazing they are so clear. I am a amateur and take picture of sports and nature some of the hardest images to capture with good clarity. If you do buy this camera make sure to buy a lens hood because that is the one thing in packaging it lacks be sure to get the 67mm lens hood. It takes time to get used to the articulating screen and which way it rotates so until you are fluent in knowing which way to spin it to close and open I recommend opening and closing it softly so you do not break it. Also I use the mode which is Aperture Priority and the shutter is quick but remember if you use the S mode Shutter Priority the images will usually be dark or faded. The RAW images are amazing I don't use JPEG so I don't how those images are like but I imagine they are good to. The 18-140 lens is great they combined the 18-55 and the 55-200 lens together yes you lose 60mm but when you take the shot you can barely recognize if you are looking for one lens to walk around with and take picture of everything from birds on the sidewalk to a group of people this is the lens.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Almost a Winner

What a wonderful little beginner camera...sort of. What a terribly bad kit lens. Strange green caste on virtually every image in RAW (and JPEG) format is less than good practice to...Read complete review

What a wonderful little beginner camera...sort of. What a terribly bad kit lens. Strange green caste on virtually every image in RAW (and JPEG) format is less than good practice to correct in Lightroom.

Body--With a very plastic feel the camera body is ergonomically better than I expected after a few days of use. After changing many of the presets to something much more logical (like turning on sequential file numbering) and getting rid of the, patronizing 'diagram', information screen settings I'm beginning to like this camera. It's still missing a dedicated dial for the aperture—you have to awkwardly push a button while dialing with your thumb to get to the aperture control. Flip screen will be useful I think.

RAW Image files—have a putrid green caste on virtually every image regardless of white balance setting (as well as auto). In broad daylight, shade, etc. there is a 'fluorescent' type green caste to everything in the image files. Shooting in RAW you can correct this, but it's a manual process as the adjustment is a bit different for each image except those shot under fluorescent light. Images under fluorescent light are not completely corrected but the green 'error' is uniform between the images making it easier to cut and paste settings in Lightroom. The more over exposed the image is the less of a caste there seems to be what it seems like right now. As for sharpness….I'm going to be optimistic and blame the kit lens for the absence of that for now.

Kit Lens 18-140 AF -- The people running Nikon should have been too ashamed to put the Nikon brand on this one. If this will be a starter gift or if you are not picky or don't wear your glasses anyway most of the time than this might be a good lens for you. The autofocus is difficult in less than bright light and inconsistent as there is so much play in the focus gears that images are often soft even though the camera is done focusing. Sometimes the autofocus just gets confused and I have to manually focus or shut the camera off and on. Manually focusing this lens is even harder because of this play…less than a hair's movement and you're out of focus again…move just a hair back and you're in a completely different focus again. Wish I had bought a different lens.

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5.0

Great camera, easy to use

By Glen

from Lynchburg, VA

About Me Photo Enthusiast

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Fast Shutter Speed
  • Great Resolution
  • Large Clear LCD
  • Small / Compact
  • Swivel Display

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Macro Photography

    Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

    The camera takes great pictures. On "auto" setting it's great for point-and-shoot. The options and menus are pretty easy to navigate.
    I upgraded from a Nikon D90. The D5300 is a little smaller and lighter. There are fewer buttons on the camera body, so you have a bit more to figure out with the control options. The only button I really miss is "Iso" on the D90. The battery is smaller, so it may be worth while to buy a spare.

    I got the 18-140 kit lens, which is nice. I'll still carry the 70-300 kit lens I got with the D90, but I won't have to change lenses quite as often. (If you have more than one lens for your camera, you'll probably have the wrong one mounted for the next shot).

    One reason for upgrading from the D90 was the swivel display. Very nice, but I'm not sure how durable it will be. Only time will tell on that.

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    5.0

    Great camera

    By Tyler

    from Rexburg

    About Me Casual Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Fast Shutter Speed
    • Good Battery Life
    • Good in Low Light
    • Great Resolution
    • Great Zoom
    • Large Clear LCD

    Cons

    • Complicated Controls

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Indoors/Low Light
    • Sports/Action
    • Travel
    • Weddings/Events
    • Wildlife photos

    Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

    So many options and features. Pictures are awesome.

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    • No

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    5.0

    Great Camera, Great quality, Easy to use

    By Jenna

    from New York, NY

    About Me Casual Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Fast Shutter Speed
    • Good Battery Life
    • Good in Low Light
    • Great Resolution
    • Large Clear LCD

    Cons

    • Flash
    • Flash Doesn't Look Good

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Indoors/Low Light
    • Travel
    • Wildlife photos

    Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

    I am a beginner photographer, but looking to learn more. This camera takes beautiful pictures right off the bat in auto mode, and only gets better as you learn more about the settings. The lens is a nice all-in-one that I find easier than carrying around multiple lenses. The lens possibly a little bigger or heavier than I would want, but again, lighter than carrying around more than one.

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    4.0

    Nice upgrade

    By Kay

    from Montgomery, AL

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Fast Shutter Speed
    • Great Resolution
    • Great Zoom
    • Large Clear LCD

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Indoors/Low Light
      • Macro Photography
      • Sports/Action
      • Travel
      • Wildlife photos

      Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

      I have a Nikon D40X and decided it was time to upgrade. After several calls to B&H (Abraham was a great help) I settled on the D5300. Was going to get the 5200 because of the lower price but Abraham told me you need an adapter for the 5200 to have WiFi. It's built in the 5300 so that made the decision for me - not sure if I will use WiFi (probably will)but having it built in is less to carry around. The speed with which it takes pictures is what I noticed first - I like that. And, I really like the 18 - 140 lens that came with the camera body. I was concerned about the weight but it's not bad. I also like the "effect" and "scene" options - I think I will use some of these. I am trying to go totally manual but these scene options may be a good try. The thing I wish this camera had is separate buttons for shutter speed and aperture but I can deal with the setup on the 5300. The weight of the camera body is good and the grip is nice, too. All in all, I am delighted with my purchase.

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      5.0

      Excellent in low-light

      By Petr

      from Seattle, WA

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy to Use
      • Fast Shutter Speed
      • Good Battery Life
      • Good in Low Light
      • Great Resolution
      • Great Zoom
      • Large Clear LCD

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

          I'm very happy with this camera so far. Body + lens are about 1kg, so it's a bit on the heavier side for my use (a lot of outdoor photography) but manageable. One thing I especially like is how little noise the sensor has. This reflects in excellent low-light (and really anything-other-than-sunny-light) perfomance.

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          5.0

          Takes Great Pics

          By stljrs

          from St. Louis, Mo

          About Me Casual Photographer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Built In Wifi
          • Easy to Use
          • Good Battery Life
          • Good in Low Light
          • Great Resolution
          • Great Zoom
          • Large Clear LCD

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Family Photos
            • Indoors/Low Light
            • Sports/Action
            • Travel

            Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

            This camera makes it incredibly easy to get great pics in all situations. I am not shooting for $ or as an advanced hobbiest. I want to be able to get family type pics that I can print or use no matter how good or poor the lighting. I want to get sports/action pics of my kids. For non-pro use, let it go to ISO 6400 and you can still get quite acceptable pics. Shoot under ISO 2000 and be amazed at the image quality. The auto white balance is very good. The 18-140 lens is a little bulky but the range is really nice and mostly eliminates the need to lens swap in everyday situations. The lens is quite sharp even at 140mm and is very high quality with the metal mount and smooth zoom. The Bokeh is pleasant and portrait type shots are easy given the sharpness of the lens in the portrait range.

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            4.0

            Nikon's newest DSLR

            By Jeff the gum doc

            from Dallas, TX

            About Me Photo Enthusiast

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy to Use
            • Fast Shutter Speed
            • Large Clear LCD
            • Small / Compact

            Cons

            • Poor in Low Light
            • Short Battery Life

            Best Uses

            • Family Photos
            • Travel
            • Wildlife photos

            Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

            Great overall camera for the beginner to the expert. Electronics are state of the art and lightweight body makes traveling easy.The versatility of this camera appeals to all photo enthusiast. The battery life is less than ideal for all day shoots, but regenerates quickly.

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            5.0

            Awesome Camera

            By Aaron's baseball shooter

            from Yonkers, New York

            About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy to Use
            • Fast Shutter Speed
            • Good Battery Life
            • Good in Low Light
            • Great Resolution
            • Great Zoom
            • Large Clear LCD
            • Small / Compact

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Family Photos
              • Indoors/Low Light
              • Sports/Action
              • Travel
              • Wildlife photos

              Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

              This camera is amazing it's ease of use will come handy to starters but don't be fooled by me say ease of use the images it captures is amazing they are so clear. I am a amateur and take picture of sports and nature some of the hardest images to capture with good clarity. If you do buy this camera make sure to buy a lens hood because that is the one thing in packaging it lacks be sure to get the 67mm lens hood. It takes time to get used to the articulating screen and which way it rotates so until you are fluent in knowing which way to spin it to close and open I recommend opening and closing it softly so you do not break it. Also I use the mode which is Aperture Priority and the shutter is quick but remember if you use the S mode Shutter Priority the images will usually be dark or faded. The RAW images are amazing I don't use JPEG so I don't how those images are like but I imagine they are good to. The 18-140 lens is great they combined the 18-55 and the 55-200 lens together yes you lose 60mm but when you take the shot you can barely recognize if you are looking for one lens to walk around with and take picture of everything from birds on the sidewalk to a group of people this is the lens.

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              • Yes

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              5.0

              Great camera!

              By Tnlmama

              from Minnesota

              Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

              I upgraded to this d5300, must say I love it. Great quality camera!

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              5.0

              designed for newbies

              By Taymryn

              from DFW Texas

              About Me Casual Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy to Use
              • Fast Shutter Speed
              • Good Battery Life
              • Good in Low Light
              • Great Resolution
              • Large Clear LCD

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Family Photos
                • Indoors/Low Light

                Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                This is a great camera for those dabbling in photography.

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                5.0

                New to DSLR and happy with this choice

                By Ross

                from Mendham, NJ

                About Me Casual Photographer

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Easy to Use
                • Fast Shutter Speed
                • Good Battery Life
                • Good in Low Light
                • Great Resolution
                • Large Clear LCD

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Family Photos
                  • Indoors/Low Light
                  • Macro Photography
                  • Sports/Action
                  • Travel

                  Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                  This is my first DSLR and I am very pleased with it. I had been using basic point-and-shoots for ever, and this is just far more fun. I'm amazed at how fast it autofocuses, and how good pictures are in low light. Also, the ability to snap a bunch of pictures in quick succession is great. I'm amazed at the quality of the pictures in general. This camera removes all the frustrations I had with the cheap digital ones. I've had it for a few weeks now.

                  Why this camera? I was deciding between the Canon T5i, Canon T3i, Canon SL1, and the Nikon D3300, and leaning towards the D3300 because it seemed to have newer electronics. I went in to B&H thinking I'd get the D3300 and an extra lens or two, and the person suggested I look at this D5300 as well. I decided in favor of the D5300 because I liked the 18-140mm kit lens compared to the options with the D3300. I came down on the side of getting the best single lens that was in my budget, and waiting until I know the camera more before deciding what other lenses to buy. This lens will keep me busy for a while and it captures close up and distance much, much better than anything I'm used to.

                  Everything worked great out of the box, and I have enjoyed getting familiar with the camera. There are enough features and settings to keep me tinkering for a long time. It seems like you will be rewarded with better pictures, the more time and practice you put into it. The only feature I miss from my $100 digital camera is a panorama mode. I figure there's software that can stitch that together if I really want it.

                  I also picked up the ML-L3 wireless remote control along with this. It's very convenient. There's also a smartphone app you can download and then you connect to the camera by WiFi. It's alright, but compared to just using the little remote button it's awkward.

                  This camera comes with both WiFi and GPS. I'm still not entirely sure how much use I'll get out of those. Time will tell. In any case, with the whole bundled sale price, it didn't feel like I was paying too much for the extra features.

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                  5.0

                  Best camera

                  By Claudia

                  from Lake Elsinore Ca

                  Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                  It's my first dslr camera and I love it it is very easy to use and take beautiful pictures..

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                  2.0

                  Almost a Winner

                  By Jake

                  from NJ

                  About Me Photo Enthusiast

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Easy to Use
                  • Good Battery Life

                  Cons

                  • Poor Image Quality

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                    What a wonderful little beginner camera...sort of. What a terribly bad kit lens. Strange green caste on virtually every image in RAW (and JPEG) format is less than good practice to correct in Lightroom.

                    Body--With a very plastic feel the camera body is ergonomically better than I expected after a few days of use. After changing many of the presets to something much more logical (like turning on sequential file numbering) and getting rid of the, patronizing 'diagram', information screen settings I'm beginning to like this camera. It's still missing a dedicated dial for the aperture—you have to awkwardly push a button while dialing with your thumb to get to the aperture control. Flip screen will be useful I think.

                    RAW Image files—have a putrid green caste on virtually every image regardless of white balance setting (as well as auto). In broad daylight, shade, etc. there is a 'fluorescent' type green caste to everything in the image files. Shooting in RAW you can correct this, but it's a manual process as the adjustment is a bit different for each image except those shot under fluorescent light. Images under fluorescent light are not completely corrected but the green 'error' is uniform between the images making it easier to cut and paste settings in Lightroom. The more over exposed the image is the less of a caste there seems to be what it seems like right now. As for sharpness….I'm going to be optimistic and blame the kit lens for the absence of that for now.

                    Kit Lens 18-140 AF -- The people running Nikon should have been too ashamed to put the Nikon brand on this one. If this will be a starter gift or if you are not picky or don't wear your glasses anyway most of the time than this might be a good lens for you. The autofocus is difficult in less than bright light and inconsistent as there is so much play in the focus gears that images are often soft even though the camera is done focusing. Sometimes the autofocus just gets confused and I have to manually focus or shut the camera off and on. Manually focusing this lens is even harder because of this play…less than a hair's movement and you're out of focus again…move just a hair back and you're in a completely different focus again. Wish I had bought a different lens.

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                    5.0

                    Completely Satisfied

                    By jcyoungquist

                    from Elleensburg, WA

                    About Me Casual Photographer

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                          Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                          For the money, this camera is hard to beat. I did a lot of research before upgrading from the D5000. I wanted to get as good of video quality as I could without breaking the bank. So far, I'm very satisfied. I thought the video effects would be more of a novelty, but they have turned out to be an easy way to get what is normally done in post.Along with the kit lens, I bought the Nikon AF-S Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G DX Lens. I've been having a lot of fun with that lens.

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                          5.0

                          Everything I wanted

                          By G.

                          from Moncks Corner, S.C.

                          About Me Semi-Pro Photographer

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                          • Easy to Use
                          • Fast Shutter Speed
                          • Good Battery Life
                          • Good in Low Light
                          • Great Resolution
                          • Great Zoom
                          • Large Clear LCD
                          • Small / Compact

                          Cons

                          • Short Battery Life

                          Best Uses

                          • Family Photos
                          • Travel

                          Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                          Very easy to use. If you have a question with something just hit the ? it's great.

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                          5.0

                          Great Camera

                          By heath fountain

                          from Phoenix, AZ

                          About Me Casual Photographer

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                          • Easy to Use
                          • Great Resolution
                          • Large Clear LCD

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                            • Family Photos
                            • Indoors/Low Light

                            Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                            Love everything about this camera so far

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                            • No

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                            5.0

                            D5300 DSLR Camera

                            By Anthony

                            from Hallstead, PA

                            About Me Casual Photographer

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Easy to Use
                            • Good in Low Light
                            • Large Clear LCD

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                              • Family Photos
                              • Indoors/Low Light
                              • Macro Photography
                              • Sports/Action
                              • Travel
                              • Video
                              • Weddings/Events
                              • Wildlife photos

                              Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                              I've been using this camera for about a month and I can not say enough about it except that I have a lot to learn. The GPS and log tracker works great for my hikes and tracing your hike on google maps is neat. Get an extra battery though because it will use it up when you have this function turned on. It is a great camera.

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                              5.0

                              Happy so far...

                              By sinn01

                              from Fort Worth, TX

                              About Me Casual Photographer

                              Verified Buyer

                              Pros

                              • Easy to Use
                              • Good Battery Life
                              • Great Resolution
                              • Large Clear LCD
                              • Small / Compact

                              Cons

                                Best Uses

                                • Sports/Action

                                Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                                I've only used this camera a few times since getting it but so far I like it. I took some great shots of my girls soccer game with no blur in the action shots & I love the wifi feature to transfer pics straight to my phone without having to use a computer/cable/SD card.

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                                4.0

                                Best affordable DX camera

                                By Raymond

                                from Seattle

                                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                                Verified Buyer

                                Pros

                                  Cons

                                    Best Uses

                                    • Family Photos
                                    • Indoors/Low Light
                                    • Macro Photography
                                    • Travel

                                    Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                                    This is a great camera with no anti-alias filter. It takes great pictures and has good quality. The kit lens is amazing and sharp. I only give it 4 starts because of lack of manual button to control the features.

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                                    4.0

                                    Nice one!

                                    By Archie

                                    from Bergen, Norway

                                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                                    Verified Reviewer

                                    Pros

                                    • Good in Low Light
                                    • Image Quality
                                    • Large Clear LCD

                                    Cons

                                    • Live View Not Usable

                                    Best Uses

                                    • Family Photos
                                    • Indoors/Low Light
                                    • Macro Photography
                                    • Sports/Action
                                    • Travel
                                    • Wildlife photos

                                    Comments about Nikon D5300 DSLR Camera with 18-140mm Lens (Black):

                                    My last camera was a Sony A55 with a Sigma 18-250 lens. Even though I felt that the lens in some situations was a trade-off in respects to image quality (especially sharpness), I really was fond of this combo as changing lenses (while travelling etc.) is not an option at the moment. Unfortunately the A55 body got damaged and I needed a replacement. I asked B&H for advice (see below) and they recommended the D5300 with the 18-140 lens. Still quite fond of Sony, I again got in touch with B&H telling about my affection for the Sony A77. B&H once again recommended the D5300 for my use and so I gave it a try, but included the Nikon version of the Sigma 18-250 in my order. 5 days later, I received the shipment from B&H here in Norway. I´ve been using the Nikon for a couple of days now with both the Nikon kit lens and the Sigma. Personally, I do prefer the Sigma both in regards the zoom range and the colors produced. But still, the Nikon lens is really nice. Coming form a DSLT I instantly missed the live view of the Sony. This was really a fantastic feature and I have to get reacquainted with the small optical viewfinder. It might sound a bit harsh, but Nikons live view on the LCD is a joke - it's slow and inaccurate. BUT, the optical viewfinder is perfect and allows composing pictures perfectly, it's just not as comfortable as using the LCD screen, especially when you are wearing glasses.The pictures produced by the Nikon-Sigma-combo are surprisingly crisp and with nature true-to-live color reproduction. Especially taking into account the use of the travel-zoom Sigma, the images are amazing.Low-light performance is quite astonishing.Settings are easily accessible and the menus are logical.The Nikon body is nice to hold and nicely balanced, even though space between the camera grip and the lens is rather limited, resulting in your fingers getting somehow stuck.The Nikon can be used as a point-and-shot-camera, but invites to explore the world of photography to a higher extend as my previous Sony A55.All in all I'm glad I listened to B&H and got the D5300 and not the A77 (which by now has become quite old in terms of date of release).Part of my original question send to B&H:The problem is, I really don't know in which direction to go. I love taking pictures in all situations, indoors, outdoors and often in low-light conditions. With a child in the house, video-functionality and high fps (the Sony could shoot at a rate of 10 fps) as well as GPS and a swivel-mounted display are so to speak a must. In regards to the lens, the Sigma was just perfect for my use, but a faster lens would be nice - even though some of the zoom range would have to be scarified. So getting to the point, what I'm looking for is a camera that offers the specs of the Sony a55, but more refined, faster and most of all more reliable. Any feedback from your side would be highly appreciated.

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