Nikon has unveiled a new dSLR camera for beginners, the Nikon D3300, available in a few weeks and costing £500.
The D3300 is a 24.2-megapixel entry-level dSLR that shoots up to 5 frames per second, or Full HD video at 50p or 60p.
Weighing 410g -- that's without the battery, mind -- the D3300 sports a stereo mic and 3-inch LCD screen as well as an optical viewfinder, and it comes in black, red or grey.
If you're new to dSLRs, the camera has a Guide Mode that walks you through the basics, helping you learn how to take advantage of the extra controls a dSLR gives you.
The D3300 costs £499.99 or £599.99 with an 18-55VRII kit lens, and it's on sale on 6 February.
For news, previews, videos and more on the new Nikon cameras and the rest of the new kit unveiled throughout this week at technology trade show CES, check out ces.cnet.com.
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