Nikon’s new D5300 DSLR builds in Wi-Fi and promises sharper photos

Nikon is introducing its first DSLR with built-in Wi-Fi and GPS, the D5300. The new camera is an update to the D5200, and will take its place as Nikon’s top-of-the-line camera for the beginner DSLR market. Though Nikon says that the D5300’s overall improvements are iterative, they should add up to something quite meaningful: it also includes a larger, 3.2-inch articulating display; a new image-processing engine; and no low-pass filter on the camera’s DX-format sensor, which should result in sharper images.

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