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 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.