Nikon D300
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Based on 80 reviews

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  • Great for beginners
  • A lot of features for the price
  • Good value for money
  • Durable and reliable with a good warranty
  • Easy to use

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Worth every penny - if you truly shoot
I'm a neophyte photographer that has been shooting DLSR for a year now. To be fair, I'm more of a technocrat than an artist; that is, I know the bells and whistles of this camera, and the D40 and D80 that I own. It's truly easier to be a technocrat than an artist. I would strongly against recommendi...
5/5
Shawn Chen
14 years ago
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Great consumer pro Camera
this camera fits the bill for what I was looking for in a camera. At a pretty good price you can’t beat this camera body. The seller was prompt at addressing my concerns on shipping. The camera did come with a warranty. So I am very pleased with my purchase.
5/5
Amazon Customer
2 years ago
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A7iii arrival! Upgrading from a Canon rebel t6.
Got mine a few weeks ago. I went from Nikon D300 to a D750, then did a 180 to a Panasonic GX85 then to the A7iii. After shooting m4/3, I was looking forward to coming back for FF. Total game changer. It continues to exceed expectations.
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brohan-of-dudendorf
reddit.com/r/SonyAlpha
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Nikon D300 review
Well then, the D 300 is quite a slow process. I'Ll show you that once again, so it's slow, but the one benefit is that we didn't lose the view.
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Gordon Laing
3 months ago
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Nikon Does It Again!
I've been shooting with Nikon equipment for many years and I have to admit that it took some time for them to develop a professional quality digital SLR. First the D200, which I successfully shot weddings and fundraising events for over a year. Then, the D3 and the D300, wow! I bought the D3 shortly...
5/5
Ralph W. SCHARDT
14 years ago
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Great 2nd camera!
I've been testing out the D300 for the past month for various shoots. It's definitely better than the D200 which it replaced. The D300 is a great backup camera which takes excellent shots. In fact, it's a great alternative for occasions when I don't want to lug around the big daddy--the D700.
5/5
R. Tabata
6 years ago
amazon.com
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Nikon D300S First Impression Video by DigitalRev
Now your HDMI connection, your mic in the DC in as well as your USB, the main difference, so that will be appreciated by all of us.
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DigitalRev TV
3 months ago
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Love my D300
I've only had this camera for what seems a very short while. I bought it refurbished from Cameta through Amazon. It seemed like I was taking a chance in order to get quite a price break. I can tell you that it was worth it. I have had no problems with the camera. It came with all the standard access...
5/5
Photog
14 years ago
amazon.com
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D200 or D300?
The D300 was the start of the 51-point AF system that became a workhorse in subsequent models. Plus it had live-view. The D200 was a workhorse in it's own time, and a lot of people like the way CCD sensor colours look. But while both are pretty old by today's standards, the D300 is definately more modern.
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rando_commenter
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Nikon D300 DX
Great Camera, excellent quality, well made. Made for professionals or advance photographers. Must study all the functions before use it. Advanced focus and metering system. Heavier than other cameras. Used as backup camera for professionals. Live view Mode made easier low angle photos. 100% viewfind...
5/5
Fernando Valenzuela
13 years ago
amazon.com
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Specs

Model Name

Nikon

Brand

Nikon

Form Factor

Built-in

Skill Level

Professional