Nikon to release entry-level D3400 DSLR
Nikon is set to release its latest entry-level DSLR, the 24.2 megapixel DX-format D3400.
For point and shoot users looking to step up to a DSLR, Nikon’s latest offering boasts a host of practical features. According to the manufacturer the camera operates via an Expeed 4 image processor, and features SnapBridge Bluetooth connectivity for sharing images via smart devices.
The D3400 has an 11-point autofocus system, with continuous shooting available at up to five frames per second for up to 16 shots in RAW format. Nikon claims improved battery capacity should see the D3400 good for 1200 shots before it’s time for a recharge.
The camera has an ISO range of 100-25600 and can record Full HD 1080p video at 60fps.
For novice DSLR users the D3400 has a built-in Guide Mode that outlines basic camera operation. The menu also has various Picture Control and Special Effects functions available for customising the look of images in camera. Some of the 10 Special Effects include Night Vision and Miniature Effect.
The D3400 has a lightweight monocoque body design and weighs 395 grams. The camera is compatible with Nikon’s comprehensive range of Nikkor DX-format interchangeable lenses.
Nikon’s D3400 is expected to be released next month and available with an 18-55mm VR lens or with a twin lens kit.
For full details visit mynikonlife.com.au/gear/digital-slr-cameras/d3400/.