Nikon D3300 Image Quality Comparison - This entry-level DSLR takes on the competition


posted Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 12:48 PM EST


The Nikon D3300 is in interesting territory. With a street price of around US$650 it is near the most expensive entry-level DSLR from any of the major manufacturers. And yet, its predecessor the Nikon D3200 was an acclaimed and popular camera, and the D3300 sports a large number of upgrades including being the first entry-level Nikon DSLR to drop the optical lowpass filter, aiming for an increase in resolving power.

So how does all this translate to the real world? Our Image Quality Comparisons are your best start at answering how the Nikon D3300 stacks up against its predecessor, as well as it's entry-level DSLR rivals from Canon, Sony, Fujifilm and Pentax.

To get you started, below is a table comparing the D3300 to its predecessor at base ISO.


Stay tuned for more, inlcuding our unique Print Quality Analysis still to come.

[quick links: Nikon D3300Image Quality Comparisons]