Nikon DSLR D5300

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Nikon DSLR D5300

Looking for a DSLR camera on rent in Mumbai? Meet Nikon's 'advanced beginner' DSLR, the D5300. It is ideal for almost any situation. With a perfect combination of stunning image quality, connectivity and creative control, step up your photography game to a whole new level.

What you get : 1) Camera , 2) Standard Lens , 3) 32GB Memory card , 4) Battery + Charger , 5) Carry Case

This camera with standard lens costs over Rs. 35,000/- and the extra zoom lens costs another Rs. 11,000/-. But you get the full kit for as little as:

Rs. 1,500.00 + Rs. 750.00/Day minimum rental up to 48 hours
Rs. 2,950.00 + Rs. 421.00/Day for 7 Days
Rs. 5,900.00 + Rs. 421.00/Day for 14 Days
Next Available Date: 22/09/2017

Refundable deposit: Rs. 3,000.00 only.
All prices are inclusive of delivery and prorated for the exact amount of days you rent

Choose Your Reservation Dates. If pickup time slot is after the drop off time slot, 1 extra day of rental is added to the price.

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The first in an exciting new generation of Wi-Fi® enabled, ultra-high-resolution Nikon DSLR's, let your creativity soar as you lay your hands on the Nikon D5300. Featuring Nikon’s fast and powerful image processing engine, EXPEED 4 and a 24.2-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor to capture the finest details with stunning sharpness, you can capture full-resolution, 12-bit RAW images at up to 5 frames per second. All this is complemented by it's 39 point Auto Focus and 3D tracking mode. You can capture absolutely stunning pictures and videos (1080p at 60fps) on this camera and then view them on the 3.2" swivel LCD screen!

So if you are looking for camera rentals in Mumbai, you have come to the right place!

Key Features :
- 24.2 effective megapixel
- 32 focus points
- Special effect modes
- 23.5 x 15.6 mm CMOS sensor with auto cleaning
- Easy panorama mode
- 32GB memory card
- 3.2 inch swivel TFT LCD monitor

Read full tech specs here.
Watch a YouTube review here.