Nikon D3400 with 18-55mm and 70-300mm Lens Kits: Compact DSLR that Flaunts SnapBridge Connectivity
Nikon’s newest DSLR is making news for all the right reasons as it brings forth the much-anticipated SnapBridge support for seamless image transfers. This camera also comes packed with two highly functional lens kits for better images. Here is a detailed analysis of the existing specs sheet:
Nikon D3400 boasts of a 24.20MP image sensor followed by an advanced 11-point autofocus system. Next in line is a 3-inch LCD panel that is extremely interactive. Powering this device is the EXPEED 4 image processor, featuring an extended ISO range of 100-25,600.
This gadget is slightly smaller as compared to its immediate predecessor the Nikon D3300. However, the reduced footprint brings in a performance boost, in terms of battery with Nikon offering up to 1,200 shots on a single charge. Moving on, we get Full HD video recording support at 60fps.
Lastly, we also get some creative modes with this shooter including Miniature Photography.
Apart from these features, we also come across a Guide Mode on this DSLR.
Unique Selling Points:
Purchase Nikon D3400 for two optional lens kits in NIKKOR 18-55mm & NIKKOR 70-300mm. Both these lens kits come in two formats one with vibration reduction and the other without it. The 18-55mm unit offers standard zooming followed by a new stepping motor.
The 70-300mm module boasts of super-zoom and built-in ‘Image Stabilization’
Nikon D3400 with 18-55mm and 70-300mm Lens Kits is one of the cheapest possible DSLR arrangements with a slew of power-packed deals. This camera will start retailing by the end of September.