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D5300 vs D3300

D5300 vs D3300  

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  1. 1. Which one?

    • D5300 with 18-140
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    • D3300 with 18-105
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Posted · Original PosterOP

Quick question: d5300 with 18-140 for 200 bucks more than d3300 with 18-105 worth it? (only option because of situation)

Use case: Travel photography, sometimes playing a bit, maybe a bit of youtube...

Thanks :)


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11 hours ago, 19_blackie_73 said:

Quick question: d5300 with 18-140 for 200 bucks more than d3300 with 18-105 worth it? (only option because of situation)

Use case: Travel photography, sometimes playing a bit, maybe a bit of youtube...

Thanks :)

Is saving $200 important to you?  (I will point out that $200 is enough to buy a spare battery, a couple of memory cards, and a good camera bag and maybe some other accessories.)  But if you do travel photography, perhaps having a single lens with a slightly longer reach may be useful... food for thought.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
25 minutes ago, AkiraDaarkst said:

Is saving $200 important to you?  (I will point out that $200 is enough to buy a spare battery, a couple of memory cards, and a good camera bag and maybe some other accessories.)  But if you do travel photography, perhaps having a single lens with a slightly longer reach may be useful... food for thought.

200 bucks are not that important but nobody wants to waste money ...

already have everything i need regarding accessoirs.

have an offering to exchange the d3300 for the 5300, part of an rma if i pay the premium


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I'd probably go for the D5300 as its slightly more of a camera to "grow" into. Especially since you already had the accessories you needed.


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