Nikon D5300 now available in stock

Nikon D5300 redThe Nikon D5300 is now available in stock at retailers! You can find the D5300 in stock at Cameta Camera:D5300 body in black or red. It is also in stock at B&H Photo in red. The black and grey versions are available for pre-order at B&H.

You can also search Amazon for the D5300 in stock, several third party sellers have it available.

The D5300 is also available as a kit with 18-140mm lens and includes a $300 instant rebate. The offer is good through Nov 23, 2013 but will likely be extended through the holidays.

The D5300 represents the first DSLR from Nikon to include built-in WiFi and GPS. It also boasts 24.2MP digital CMOS DX sensor with no anti-aliasing filter for maximum sharpness. It also includes the newest EXPEED 4 image processing engine to provide 5fps continuous shooting and has the ability to record 1080 HD video at 60 fps.

New Nikon D5300 Announcement

Nikon D5300 digital cameraThe new Nikon D5300 will be announced within the next 24 hours. This 24MP DX-format digital SLR features an all-new EXPEED 4 image processing engine as well as built-in WiFi and built-in GPS.

The D5300 has a 39-point auto focus system uses 9 cross type sensors. It features the same image sensor as the Nikon D7100 and has no anti-aliasing filter. The D5300 has a 3.2″ fold-out LCD, and is capable of 5fps continuous shooting.

Nikon D5300 features new 24 MP sensor DX-format DSLR

Nikon D5300The new Nikon D5300 will be announced soon, with new features coming to the mid-range enthusiast DSLR. The workhorse of the DX-format DSLR line, the new D5300 boasts a 24 megapixel image sensor, backed by an all-new EXPEED 4 processing engine, built-in Wi-Fi and built-in GPS, all firsts for a Nikon DSLR.

The new EXPEED 4 image processor will be capable of increased frame rates for both continuous shooting and for video capabilities. Build-in Wi-Fi allows remote operation using a tablet or smart phone (Android and iOS) to control the camera shutter and focus point, while broadcasting the Live View display on the mobile device.

Built-in GPS provides geolocation data to be stored with the EXIF data within the image, and instantly locates photographed locations on a map when used with compatible software and web-based image hosting services.