In addition to Nikon Z6, Nikon has also released D3500, its latest entry-level DSLR camera. Want to learn more about the new camera? Let’s take a look.
Nikon D3500 is a budget-friendly, entry-level DSLR camera that measures 4.9 x 3.8 x 2.7 inches and weighs 12.88 oz. As we can see from the images, the camera features a compact and lightweight design, and the ergonomic grip and leather-like front cover let you comfortably hold it in your hands for shoots, while its rear controls are arranged on the right-hand side for easier one-handed control.
Nikon D3500 comes equipped with a 24.2MP DX-format sensor and EXPEED 4 processor in order to produce high-quality imaging, low-light sensitivity to a native ISO 25600, and support for full HD 1080p video recording at 60fps and a full-resolution continuous shooting rate of 5fps, while the omission of an optical low-pass filter ensures it delivers excellent sharpness and detail from subjects.
Furthermore, its Multi-Cam 1000 autofocus sensor delivers 11 distinct AF points for quick and accurate focus in a range from lighting conditions from -1 to +19 EV. Moreover, Nikon D3500 has a 3.0″ LCD monitor and an eye-level optical viewfinder. The SnapBridge Bluetooth connectivity allows it to wirelessly communicate with your smartphone or tablet for easy to share your photos.
Nikon D3500 entry-level DSLR camera with a 18-55mm lens is priced at $499.95 USD ($596.95 for a bundle with two lenses). If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.