Nikon has today introduced its first DSLR with built-in Wi-Fi and GPS support. Dubbed as Nikon D5300, it is an updated version of the D5200. It is a mid-range camera which has been designed specially for consumers who are looking for an everyday interchangeable-lens camera with good performance and solid image quality. It includes a 3.2-inch of articulating display, a new image-processing engine and to capture sharper images, the company has included no low-pass filter on the camera’s DX-format sensor.
It is the first Nikon DSLR to feature Wi-Fi connectivity. Users will be allowed to pair their D5300 DSLR with Nikon’s existing Android and iOS app for sharing photos. D5300 includes a new 24.2-megapixel sensorEXPEED 4 processors for 1080/60p video and 5 fps stills and boosted battery life for capturing 700 shots per charge.
It will be available later this month in black, red and gray color option. The price of Nikon D5300 is $1,400 with an 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens or $800 body-only.