Great news for the photo enthusiast people as Nikon has already announced their latest camera D3400, which is the first entry level DSLR packed with Snapbridge software. D3400 is the successor of D3300 and D3200 that were released around two years back and now Nikon is back with another model that carries more or less same features of its predecessor.

Big Change is Noticed in The Inclusion of Snapbridge Software

But the big change is noticed in the inclusion of Snapbridge software which is an always-on Bluetooth low energy connection to allow the camera transfer images automatically to your Smartphone and it will eliminate the need of any Wi-Fi connection.

Nikon D3400, The First Entry Level DSLR With Snapbridge Software
Nikon D3400, The First Entry Level DSLR With Snapbridge Software

Snapbridge is a very helpful app that was introduced earlier this year and some of the Android Smartphone to integrates this app while the iOS version is not shipped yet. The camera will be shipped in two colors, black and red.

D3400 employs the same 24.2 MP CMOS Sensor and EXPEED 4 image processor like D3300 but it is 15% lighter than the previous model which makes it easier to carry. It weighs around 395gm and this is no doubt a great change to influence many users.

With all these, the recent camera D3400 is also getting some upgrade in some areas, such as the ISO range is stretched to 25,600 while the battery capacity is also enhanced. The battery in D3400 will last twice longer than D3300 and according to Nikon, you can take up to 1200 shots in just single charge.

Coming to the price, a whole package will cost you around $649 that will include a D3400 model with an image-stabilized and focusing 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 new lens from Nikon. However, users can also go for the camera only that will cost them $50 less. So, if you are a passionate photographer, you can definitely look at the camera as it hit the shelves.


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