A few customers who purchased this digital camera considered that it was able to produce good images. Pcmag.com mentioned in their review of the Nikon D300 six years ago “And it's incredibly fast, snapping off images at an impressive 7 frames p”. Expert review site Whatdigitalcamera.com rated it 5 stars and wrote “Traditionally, models such as the Nikon D100 or Canon EOS 20D were aimed at the semi-pro or enthusiast photographer, who could invest enough cash” in their review. Expert review site Ephotozine.com gave it a rating of 4 stars and wrote “The images I produced are clean and pleasing to look at”.
Seven customers who reviewed the Nikon D300 mentioned that it had a good image sensor. Eight years ago Techradar.com gave it a rating of 5 stars and said on expert review site Techradar “Even now, its 10-megapixel CCD sensor can easily hold its own compared with similarly-priced rivals”. Expert website Electronicsme.com wrote “Combines them with a DX format sensor and compact body” in their review of the Nikon D300. Eight years ago Gizmodo.com said “Inside is a DX-sensor, not quite the FX sensor found in the better” in their Nikon D300 review.
A number of people wrote in their reviews that the Nikon D300 had a good picture resolution. Eight years ago expert review site Digitalcamerainfo.com wrote “The D200 improved that to 10.2 megapixels”. Expert website Cnet.co.uk mentioned in their review of the Nikon D300 “The continuous shooting speed, for example, has risen”. Expertreviews.co.uk gave it a score of 80 out of 100 and wrote on expert review site Expert Reviews “The D300 is the successor to D200 and features a new low-noise, 12.3-megapixel resolution Cmos sensor, with sensitivity up to an incredible ISO6400” in their Nikon D300 review.
A number of Nikon D300 reviewers said in their reviews that the Nikon D300 was good in low light.