Nikon announces new D3500 with smaller body and bigger battery life
Nikon have announced the successor to the D3400, the D3500.
The body of the new DSLR inherits the small form-factor of the D5600, but loses the articulating touchscreen display of its little brother. Battery life also gets a big boost, with Nikon promising a 30% increase to 1550 shots per charge, despite the camera featuring the same battery (and internals) as the 3400.
Speaking of internals, the DSLR features the same 24MP sensor, 11-point AF, ISO sensitivity of 100–25600 and 1080/60p video.
Nikon Australia are yet to confirm pricing of the new cameras, but in the US it will retail for $499 ($688AUD) with an 18-55mm kit lens. It will ship in September in the US too.
You can find out more at Nikon.