Nikon calls the D5300 as a Hybrid DSLR or HDSLR. An HDSLR is capable of recording incredible videos with a better voice and video quality. The D5300 is an excellent entry-level DSLR featuring 24.2MP DX-format CMOS sensor with an amazing 39-point autofocus system including 9 cross-types. The ISO range varies between 100 to 12800 and is further expandable to 25600. The Nikon D5300 offers a better burst shooting range of 5 frames per second which is reasonable considering the fact that the D5300 is an entry-level DSLR and that too under a price range of just $500.
A Full-HD video recording of 1080p at 60/50/30/25/24p can be recorded through this entry-level DSLR. The built-in Wi-Fi allows the user to transmit the data wirelessly without any hassle and the 3.2-inches wide LCD is fully articulated allowing the user to take self-portraits or images in crowded places. The LCD, however, is not touch-enabled but contains an exciting amount of 1,036,800 dots on it. The battery timing is also pretty decent and will give you around 600 shots on a single charge.
Following are some the best lenses for this marvelous DSLR.