Nikon has announced the new D5300 DSLR, with Wifi and GPS being the headline new functionality over the outgoing D5200. The D5300 has a 24.2-megapixel sensor, a 3.2-inch screen comprised of 1.037K dots, as well as an all-new image-processing engine (EXPEED 4). There is D-Movie function for recording full-HD video.
The built-in GPS function will be a welcome addition to travel photographers, whilst the WiFi allows you to transfer your images to a range of devices. The D5300 also ships with a ‘special effects’ mode, offering 9 different effects including a ‘HDR painting’ option.
The D5300 is available in a few weeks time, you can get more details from the Nikon site, or pre-order for $799 for the camera body only.