Top features: – Brilliant images thanks to the 24.2 megapixel sensor – Fast focusing ensures you capture the shot – WiFi & GPS for easily sharing images – Record in Full HD for detailed home movies Brilliant images With a 24.2-million pixel count and a DX-format CMOS image sensor, the D5300 produces spectacular photos and videos. The Nikon D5300 camera achieves images with rich detail, smooth, natural skin tones and brilliant lucidity. The EXPEED 4 image processing engines delivers a superior rendering performance; images stand out with vivid detail and natural colour reproduction. The processing chip unleashes the full potential of the megapixel count, giving your shots exquisite colour, less noise and true-to-life tones. Fast focusing The Nikon D5300 DSLR uses a 39-point focusing system that quickly and sharply captures pin-sharp action even if the subject is not in centre frame. What’s more, the dynamic-area AF mode is suitable for shooting fast-moving subjects, so you can capture that flying bird or leaping child in flawless detail. Capture that all important split-second moment in a burst of shots fired at five frames per second. The rapid shooting allows you to freeze the sports action or fast-moving subject accurately and in natural form. WiFi & GPS The first Nikon DSLR with WiFi connectivity, the D5300 offers creative explorers the opportunity to capture and share your world in dramatic detail. Just pick the image you wish to share and send it to your smartphone or tablet device, with no additional accessories necessary. A remote shooting function means you can control the shutter release from your mobile device – all you need to do is download the app. It can also operate as a remote live view monitor – great for capturing group photos. With built-in GPS you can enrich your travel shots with location information. View the precise location of each shot through the map view function. It also enables you to create track logs that record your latitude, longitude, altitude and time. Record in Full HD A Full HD movie recording mode captures moments in smooth high definition detail at up to 60 fps while a special effects mode with nine settings allows you to add some creative filters to your compositions. There are also a number of in-camera editing functions to make use of, including active D-lighting.