Yes, when it comes to the new features, our Nikon D300 review will never miss that. The new significant features of the Nikon D300 include the new 12.3 effective megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor, large 3 inches LCD screen display with approximately 920,000 dots with live support, EXPEED image processing, 51 points autofocus with 3D subject tracking, continuous shooting as fast as 8fps along with the optional battery grip, picture control settings that allows the users to have sets of colour control settings just like the other Canon DLSR cameras that uses the Canon EF 50mm lens, dust reduction system, rugged magnesium alloy body that is sealed against the moisture and dust, Active D-Lighting that allows the users to brighten the shadows while taking great photos, as well as the HDMI video output.
Our Nikon D300 review would like also to highlight the fact that the Nikon D300 is probably the most-expected DSLR of the year. Why? It is because just like the Canon cameras that use Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM lens, its predecessor can is also capable of producing high quality image that will really satisfy the users. And this is the reason why the Nikon D300 is the camera that a lot of people want to have.
The different accessories that you can get in the box is also detailed in our Nikon D300 review. But before that, let us take a look to the three official kits that are available for the Nikon D300. These are the lenses that would really compete to the popular Canon EF 50mm lens. For the price of $1799, you can get the body only. For $2099, with an 18mm - 135mm lens. And for the $2539, you can get the body with an 18mm - 200mm VR lens. These two lenses are really capable of giving you the best result when it comes to the quality of the photo.
When it comes to the accessories you can get in the box of Nikon D300, you can get the body, the F3-5.6, 18mm - 135mm AF-S DX lens for cheap kit and F3.5-5.6, 18mm - 200mm AF-S DX VR II lens for expensive kit, Battery charger, EN-EL3e Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery, Body cap, LCD monitor, Eyepiece cap, Shoulder strap, Video cable, USB cable, Software Suite CD-ROM, as well as the 421 pages of printed manual. More importantly, you have to understand that the Nikon D300 doesn't come with memory card. Hence, you are required to purchase a new memory card so that you can use this immediately.