Nikon D5300 vs Nikon D5200 specification comparison, Nikon D5300 comes with new image processor, Nikon D7100 sensor and No optical low-pass filter OR AA filter. Take a look at the table below for detailed specification comparison.
Nikon D5200 and D5300 features almost same core specification, take a look at the Major difference below,
#1:New Sensor: Nikon D5300 uses Nikon D7100 sensor, however there is now major difference in image quality when compared to Nikon D7100.
#2: No Optical Low-Pass Filter: Nikon D5300 Have no OPLF, hence you get more details when you use high-grade Nikon Lenses with D5300.
#3: New Expeed 4 processor: the new image processor is not improving the overall speed of the camera in any way or may be the processor have capabilities but bounded by software to do limited performance.
#4 Display: Nikon D5300 features more high resolution display compared to Nikon D5200.
#5: Built-In Wi-Fi and GPS Connectivity: Nikon D5300 features built in Wireless connectivity and GPS.
Verdict: We recommend Nikon D5100, Nikon D3100 and Nikon D3200 users to buy new Nikon D5300 DSLR, but we also recommend D5200 users to wait for Nikon D5400 (D5300 successor).