• June 10, 2015

Nikon D5300 vs D5500 vs D3300, what’s the difference?

The Nikon D5500 is the successor to the Nikon D5300. Although it is directly designated as “D5500”, skipping the intermediate “D5400”, we can find only “tiny differences” from D5300.

New in the Nikon D5500:

Touch screens are not a novelty among digital cameras but the Nikon D5500 is the first DSL camera adopting this feature from Nikon. It is one of the main features of D5500 that’s the successor for the D5300, inheriting its APS-C size CMOS with 24 megapixel resolution and a low-pass filter.

Nikon D5500

The WiFi connection premiered with the D5300, also mentioned in the Nikon reflex catalog, is present on its successor whose monitor becomes the main focus for this renewal. An articulated touch screen grows in size up to 3.2 inches and has a resolution over 1 million points.

The Expeed 4 processor remains untouched from the previous version, and so is the burst with up to 5 frames per second with a maximum Native Sensibility ISO 25,600. Nikon promises optimized performance in terms of noise control.

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Sue Hord
Sue Hord

Very accurate review of cameras. very well put together and I like the feed back options that you have. The…
Tony Azzurro
Tony Azzurro

I recently purchased a D5300 PACKAGE, Nikkor AF S DX 18-55mm VR II 3.5-5.6G; Nikkor AF S DX 55-300mm VR…
jacob
jacob

Hi admin...could you please help...I'm at dubai.... D3200 is 273 USD now and D5300 462 USD... have D5200 also in…
Corrie
Corrie

The D5500 does not have NFC
Geir
Geir

Very nice and informative info. I went for d3300 due to a second hand great price offer vs a small…