Nikon has debuted a new camera that's sure to excite novice photographers. Meet the D3400 DSLR, which boasts a incredible battery life and a 24.2-megapixel sensor, and which has been designed with would-be photographers in thoughts.
The corporate introduced the camera's launch on Wednesday, Aug. 17. The D3400 is an entry-degree DSLR and can set shoppers again by $650. With the D3400, Nikon is trying to shut the hole that exists between cameras and smartphones.
"Nikon Company is happy to announce the discharge of the D3400, an all-new entry-degree DX-format digital SLR with straightforward connectivity to smart units. From outfit-of-the-day portraits to edgy road images or one-of-a-sort culinary experiences - the new Nikon D3400 simply captures these visible contents for fast sharing to social media," notes the corporate.
The newest DSLR from the Japanese firm is the successor to the D3300 and is the primary entry-degree DSLR to supply help for the corporate's SnapBridge software. This software primarily equips a consumer with the power to download movies and pictures from the D3400 by way of Bluetooth to their smartphone utilizing the companion app. The consumer can then share these photographs on social media.
Nikon improved on the specs to equip the D3400 with higher features over its predecessor. As an example, the corporate has expanded the standard ISO sensitivity from the earlier-gen mannequin's 100-12,800 to 100-25,600.
The battery efficiency has additionally been given a lift and Nikon claims that the D3400 helps almost 1,200 photographs when the battery is totally charged. That is double the battery help provided by the D3300.
The D3400 weighs roughly 445 grams (round 15.7 ounces) with the battery and SD memory card. It has a strong 24.2-megapixel sensor, 11-level autofocus and may shoot full HD movies at 30 frames per second. The Information Mode on the camera is useful for first-time customers and helps familiarize them with the nuances of capturing on a DSLR.
One facet which will disappoint images fanatics is the absence of a touch screen on the D3400. The presence of this feature would have made it a lot easier for customers who're accustomed to smartphones to transition seamlessly to the DSLR - which is the corporate's goal.
The D3400 DSLR is poised to hit the cabinets in early September. The DSLR might be provided in two hues, black and pink. The $650 price for the package consists of the new AF-P DX Nikkor 18-55mm f3.5-5.6G VR (Vibration Discount) lens. Shoppers may also be provided an option to buy a variant of the package sans OIS for $50 much less.
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