Nikon D3300 Digital SLR + 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 A-FP Non VR Lens £269 @ Jessops
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Nikon D3300 Digital SLR + 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 A-FP Non VR Lens £269 @ Jessops

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Found 26th Mar 2016
It's the same camera as Currys sold for £279 but with a newer version of the lens. It comes with the free accessories and you can get an extra £10 off by using the code WEEKEND10 at the checkout

Battery Compatibility FittingNikon EN-EL14a
Monitor Size3.0"
Filter - Size55mm
Charger IncludedYes
TouchscreenNo
ModelD3300
GPSNo
Megapixel Banding24 to 24.9 Megapixels
MegaPixel (Effective Resolution)24.2 megapixels
Max Image Resolution6000 x 4000
Sensor Size (WxH mm)23.5 x 15.6 mm
Lens Fitting Nikon F Mount
Compatible storage media (card not supplied)SDXC, SD Card, SDHC Card
Continuous Shooting Speed (fps)5 fps
Exposure ModesProgram, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Picture Modes, Manual
ISO Speed Range100 - 25600
Metering ModesCentre Weighted, Spot
Exposure CompensationYes
Flash ModesTTL
Built in FlashYes
Connection TypeHDMI, USB 2.0
White Balance ModesAuto, Manual, Preset
Focusing ModesOne-shot AF, Continuous AF, Manual
Audio RecordingYes
Movie ModeYes (with Sound)
Tripod ThreadYes
Video OutHDMI, NTSC
Body Dimensions (WxHxD) mm460g
Weight (g)124 x 98 x 75.5 mm
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Edited by: "goldenstarnice" 26th Mar 2016
decent price with the free kit, but I managed to get the amazon deal a while back for this price with the VR lens
Newbie question but what is the difference between the vr and non vr lens? Some people seem to say one is better and some say the other. If I'm going for a d3300 what is the better lens?
mbcUK

Newbie question but what is the difference between the vr and non vr … Newbie question but what is the difference between the vr and non vr lens? Some people seem to say one is better and some say the other. If I'm going for a d3300 what is the better lens?


VR allows you to take a steadier image at slower shutter speeds. However on this focal length your talking slower that 1/60 of a second. For many you can get away with not having it. A tripod or monopod would counter the lack of VR if really needed.
Another newbie question, what is the difference between the VR and VR II lens?
How does this compare to the likes of the Canon D5 I keep hearing about, does anyone know? I have an age-old Canon 350 SLR which..... actually doesn't need replacing at all, but I'd like one with good video.....
.This is a fantastic camera with the same censor as many of the more expensive ones.
Twoday26

Another newbie question, what is the difference between the VR and VR II … Another newbie question, what is the difference between the VR and VR II lens?



It's just the newer version of vr, as a beginner it won't make any difference.
does state you can get the VR lens for an extra £20 instead. Not sure whether to go for this as a starter into an slr camera.
is the image stabilised lens only beneficial for fast moving action shots? could I get away with the non VR lens for everyday photography of family shots and outdoor landscape scenes
azzy129

is the image stabilised lens only beneficial for fast moving action … is the image stabilised lens only beneficial for fast moving action shots? could I get away with the non VR lens for everyday photography of family shots and outdoor landscape scenes


you are thinking the wrong way round
stabilisation is almost useless for action shots
what stabilisation does is to steady the image when you are using a low shutter speed such as in low light (eg indoors)
for action you want high shutter speed so its not needed so much
generally its not going to help majorly for anything that moves as you can hold the picture steady but your subjects will move when the shutter speed is slowed right down
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