The D3300 is one of Nikon's leading entry-level DSLRs and a great value at around $450 with an 18-55mm kit lens. With this camera you get a 24.2-megapixel image sensor, Nikon’s EXPEED 4 image processor, and a host of features like Wi-Fi connectivity and in-camera distortion correction.
The lenses that will be named are, on the basis of weight, scope, price and our independent review results, a perfect choice for a Nikon D3300, and thus also for a Nikon D3200, D3100 or D3000. In How do I choose a lens?
Best Lenses for Nikon D3300: – The Nikon D3300 is a excellent entry level camera that features excellent core specification and comes without low-pass filter hence you get super sharp images (if you have a better lens).
Most non-Nikon lenses from Tamron, Tokina, Quantaray, Sigma and anyone other than Nikon may not autofocus at all on the D3300. Good luck; I rarely suggest these. If money is tight, I buy used Nikon lenses via eBay.
Nikon D3300 Lenses have crop factors of 1.5x. This implies that a 50 mm lens can behave like a 75 mm lens camera. Before you buy your lens, it is necessary for you to carry out the calculations so that you can know the power of the lens you are about to buy.
Nikon D3300 lens and stabilisation. The D3300 is sold with the new AF-S Nikkor DX 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 G VR II Kit lens. This lens replaces the earlier Mk 1 and the main difference, externally at least, is that it has a collapsible construction with a lock button.