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Nikon D3300 prices in Malaysia

If you’re looking for a DSL-R camera that will provide you professional looking photos, the Nikon D3300 is the camera that can do that for you. For more info about this DSL-R camera from Nikon, read more about it here!

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Lowest Price: RM 929.10
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Nikon D3300 Price by Country

CountryPrice
Hong Kong HKD 2,492
Indonesia IDR 3,500,000
Malaysia MYR 929
Philippines PHP 10,965
Singapore SGD 296
Thailand THB 11,440
Vietnam VND 7,350,000

About Nikon D3300 Malaysia

Nikon D3300: Photography Like A Pro

The D3300 is the latest offering from Nikon that’s equipped with groundbreaking technology in photography which helps in delivering superb results. The D3300 is their latest DSLR that boasts a DX-format CMOS sensor, a new image processing engine, and improved ISO sensitivity. On the other hand, its interface is easy to operate, and for those who are new to the device it has a feature called guide mode. As for the quality and playback capability, it can record a Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 24 fps. The D3300 is the camera for the Pros and those that are aspiring to be one.

Pixel and Feature Rich Imaging

This camera boasts a 14.2-pixel resolution which comes with a CMOS image sensor, which is capable of shifting its len’s focus to the subject and defocusing its backgrounds for a more dramatic and detailed result.

The processing engine of Nikon’s D3300 is called the EXPEED 2, which provides a new level of superb results. It maximizes the performance of the CMOS sensor of the camera to provide a lifelike looking images that exhibit rich colors with less noise, and with smooth tonal gradation.

Another standout feature of this DSL-R is its ISO sensitivity which ranges from 100 to 3200 but can be expanded up to 12800 equivalent. Shooting with this range of ISO can produce minimal blurs in dimly lit settings, and it lets the camera shoot with a fast shutter speed. A fast shutter speed just like this one can capture freeze action with no sweat, especially objects or subjects that are moving fast or dynamic situations… Jump shot anyone?

Active D-Lighting is another feature of the D3300 that makes it a superior shooter in the market. This feature augments the ability of the camera to capture photos in low light and under bright sunlight. It effectively combats the effect of too much light that leads to loss of detail and tone by preserving important details that contribute to the richness of the color and quality – the shadows and highlights.

User-Friendly Interface

You don’t need to be a professional photographer in order to take an impressive looking photo. A softly defocused background or subject with an illuminating background can easily be taken with Nikon’s Guide Mode. This feature is an in-camera guide that provides a step-by-step procedure on how to tweak the camera settings to your preferred scene. Simply choose a guide mode setting that matches your desired scene, and it will walk you through in achieving it through the settings.

The D3300 may seem like an intimidating camera that calls for professional photography experience, however, it implies the other way around. If you’ve just started doing photography as a hobby, then this camera will surely be a help for you from the beginning until you become a pro.

Expert Reviews

stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2014-04-05
Superb stills, Really useful Guide mode, Compact kit lensLack of dedicated controls, No touch- or flip-out screen, Hardly an entry-level price
The Nikon D3300 is a small camera by DSLR standards - smaller and lighter than Canon's entry-level 1200D, for instance, although admittedly not by much. Put it next to a compact system camera such as the OMD-EM5 and it's something of a giant - but then it...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-09
Key differences between the D3300 and D3400The D3300 may have been replaced by the D3400, but that's no reason to discount this entry-level DSLR. In fact, while the D3400 costs a little bit more (though prices are continuing to fall), the D330...
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gadgetscentral.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-02-11
The Nikon D3300, having been first announced in January 2014, is three years old now, but it's still going strong...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-09-02
High pixel count, No optical lowpass filter, Excellent Guide Mode, Easy to useFixed LCD, Screen not touchsensitive, Few direct controls
• UPDATED: Key differences between the D3300 and D3400Despite the growing popularity of mirrorless cameras, the entry-level DSLR market is still incredibly popular for those looking to take the next step in their photography journey.Nikon's range of D...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-07-14
The Nikon D3300, having been first announced in January 2014, is three years old now, but it’s still going strong. Nikon is still making it, but has shunted it right to the bottom of its current range, below the more recent D3400, launched at the end of 2...
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howknowtech.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-08
Image Quality, resolution, 1080p Full HD videos, Built quality
Nikon D3300 is the latest innovation from Nikon after the D5300. The D-3300 is the successor to the D3200 & D3100, but considering the Specifications its a stable competitor for Nikon D5300 , Canon t3i / Canon 60D, t4i 650D , Canon t5i, D5200, D5100, Cano...
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pcquest.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-10
High pixel count, excellent Guide, and Effect mode, No optical lowpass, filter, battery backup, Easy to useFew direct controls, manual focus
24.2 MP DX format (APS-C) sensor, Expeed 4 processor, 3-inch LCD display, 1080/60p HD video, 5 fps continuous shooting, Li-ion EN-EL14a batterPros: High pixel count, excellent Guide and Effect mode, No optical low-pass filter, battery backup, Easy to use....
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-01-14
Relatively small size, Useful art filters and scene modes, Built-in tipsFocusing can be slow, Screen has no hinge
Nikon's glossy, burgundy coloured D3300 digital SLR is for those of you who are just starting your journey into more advanced photography. It's a small unit as far as D-SLRs are concerned, and while it doesn't have the extensive manual controls of a bigge...
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pcworld.co.nz
Reviewed on 2015-01-14
Relatively small size, Useful art filters and scene modes, Built-in tipsFocusing can be slow, Screen has no hinge
Nikon's glossy, burgundy coloured D3300 digital SLR is for those of you who are just starting your journey into more advanced photography. It's a small unit as far as D-SLRs are concerned, and while it doesn't have the extensive manual controls of a bigge...
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gizmodo.in
Reviewed on 2014-12-18
If you have kids, the impulse to document every instant of their waking lives is nearly as powerful as the impulse to feed and shelter them. I'll help you find the perfect camera to freeze those priceless moments.If you're reading this article, you've pro...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-26
Despite the emergence of mirrorless cameras, the market is still dominated by conventional DSLRs. Several companies make excellent SLRs to help consumers get better quality pictures for under $1,000...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-19
Nikon's D3300 is the successor to the entry-level DSLR D3200, so it is natural to compare the two.The metallic grey review unit (the camera also comes in black or red) arrived with the new Nikon AF-S DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR II kit lens.It uses a retracta...
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fatducktech.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-18
Nikon's entry level DSLR, the Nikon D3300 is a commendable effort, but it's a tough sell to the smartphone crowd in any case.There's only so much you can do with a smartphone camera. Yes, they are improving all the time, and for the uses that a lot of peo...
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photoreview.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-10-21
The electronic range finder can be switched on to assist with manual focusing. It only works with lenses that have maximum apertures of f/5.6 or faster and isn't available in the M shooting mode or with Live View.The D3300 is the latest of four entry-leve...
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pcworld.in
Reviewed on 2014-10-14
The Nikon D3300 offers a pleasing set of features for newbies as well as power users, especially given its relatively low price and compact size. At just $650 (including 18-55mm VR II lens), the D3300 is a strong choice for those looking to graduate into ...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Friendly interface, Smooth operationProgram mode tends to produce darker exposures
The Nikon D3300 offers a pleasing set of features for newbies as well as power users, especially given its relatively low price and compact size. At just $650 (including 18-55mm VR II lens), the D3300 is a strong choice for those looking to graduate into ...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Friendly interface, Smooth operationProgram mode tends to produce darker exposures
The Nikon D3300 offers a pleasing set of features for newbies as well as power users, especially given its relatively low price and compact size. At just $650 (including 18-55mm VR II lens), the D3300 is a strong choice for those looking to graduate into ...
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idgnews.in
Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Note that the D3300 is a newer version of the D3200 , which is still available. The D3200 may cost less, but it's also a little larger than the D3300, and it lacks some of the D3300's interface enhancements and speed--just 4 frames per second to the D3300...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Relatively low cost, Great image quality, Display swings out for capturing a variety of angles, Great image quality, Friendly interface, Smooth operation, Weather sealing to protect against exposure to the elements (water, dust), Speedy (albeit textbased)...Live View focus seems sluggish, Physical controls can be awkward to navigate, Live View focus seems sluggish, Some physical controls are awkward to navigate, Program mode tends to produce darker exposures, Images are very noisy after ISO 800, Colors appea...
You've seen others toting them, those bulky black cameras hanging heavily around the neck. No way you can slip one of these into your pocket, as you would a cell phone or even a point-and-shoot. So you make do with your smartphone, and you've been doing j...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-14
Relatively low cost, Great image quality, Display swings out for capturing a variety of angles, Great image quality, Friendly interface, Smooth operation, Weather sealing to protect against exposure to the elements (water, dust), Speedy (albeit textbased)...Live View focus seems sluggish, Physical controls can be awkward to navigate, Live View focus seems sluggish, Some physical controls are awkward to navigate, Program mode tends to produce darker exposures, Images are very noisy after ISO 800, Colors appea...
You've seen others toting them, those bulky black cameras hanging heavily around the neck. No way you can slip one of these into your pocket, as you would a cell phone or even a point-and-shoot. So you make do with your smartphone, and you've been doing j...
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