Nikon has announced its latest entry-level DSLR camera: D3400, and the camera has been available for preorder with a 18-55mm lens and $647 price tag. Want to know more about it? Let’s continue reading.
Nikon D3400 is a budget-friendly, entry-level DSLR camera designed for amateur and beginner photographers. The camera measures 4.9 x 3.9 x 3.0 inches, weighs 13.93 oz, and as we can see from the images, the D3400 has a rugged and ergonomic body, and its integrated grip lets you steadily hold the camera for a long shooting session.
The DSLR camera comes equipped with a 24.2MP DX-format CMOS sensor and EXPEED 4 processor that work together to produce high-quality imaging with rich details, accurate colors, dynamic range and low-light sensitivity to a native ISO 25600, and there is no optical low-pass filter for maximizing the sharpness and detail from subjects. Tanks to EXPEED 4 processor, the DSLR camera supports 1080 video recording and full-resolution continue shooting at 5 fps.
Furthermore, its Multi Cam 100 autofocus sensor employs 11 distinct AF points to quickly acquire focus, and in addition to a large 3.0″ 921k-dot LCD monitor, D3400 has also been equipped with a bright pentamirror optical viewfinder for precise eye-level viewing, while built-in pop-up flash provide extra illumination in low-light conditions.
Moreover, using Bluetooth-enabled SnapBridge connectivity, Nikon D3400 wirelessly connect with your smartphone or tablet, so you can easily share or backup your photos and videos, and its included lithium-ion battery provides approx 1200 shots between charges.