The Best Wide-Angle Lens For Nikon D3300

Nikon’s D3300 is one of the leading entry-level DSLR’s available at great price. Its EXPEED 4 image processor, Wi-Fi connection, and in-camera distortion corrector make this a best-buy product of the year. It comes with an 18-55mm kit lens which definitely gives good results, but who doesn’t like something better. Here are the best wide-angle lenses for Nikon D3300 that will take your photography to next level.

1. Nikon 55-300 mm f/4.5-5.6 VR

This lens is perfect for complimenting the original lens. In addition, it gives you complete coverage from wide angles (a feature missing with the original lens). This lens usually comes in the Nikon D3300 bundle kit and will also give you the longest zoom taking you to a 450mm equivalent. This is the best lens if you are someone who loves wildlife photography. But the important thing to note is the extra weight of the lens (it is heavy and expensive).

Nikon D3300 bundle kit

2. Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 DX II

This lens is for those who find other lenses too expensive on their pockets. The best feature about this wide-angle lens is the fast f/2.8 aperture that helps in amazing low light performance. This lens does have its own flaws, but for the price it comes, it is the best option for aspiring landscape photographers.

3. Nikon 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6 VR

This is literally the all-in-one lens for capturing everything right from wildlife to wide-angle shots. It has a wide zoom range equivalent to 27-450mm but with it comes the weight too. Moreover, this lens has vibration reduced for the events of low light and produces sharp images. The only thing to keep in mind is the high price tag that comes along with this lens.

4. Nikon 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5

This is the best wide-angle lens so far but mentioned last because of its heavy price. The focal length of this lens is just ow’ that is equivalent to 15mm-36mm on a 35mm camera. The downside of this lens for Nikon D3300 (as of all the wide-lens) is the low light performance.

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