2. Nikon D5300
Sensor Size: 23.5 x 15.6 mm
Weight: 480 g
Pros: For extra sharing convenience, this model has built-in Wi-Fi. It has a great build quality and good continuous shooting rate.
Cons: The Live View is pretty slow to use and it is lacking in the default settings department.
In February 2014, the Nikon D5300 was first introduced. This entry-level camera is a DSLR with a APS-C sized CMOS sensor. This model was to replace the D5200 though there is the newer D5500. This particular model has a Nikon F lens mount, which offers users a huge variety of lens options. It is also backwards compatible, allowing you to use older lenses for the camera.
However, this model does not have an internal focus motor, meaning that it does not auto focus with older lenses.