Meet the new Nikon's D3400 which comes with SnapBridge connectivity.The D3400 is also equipped to shoot video in Full HD, as well as making use of DSLR-fast autofocus across its 24.2 megapixels.
The D3400 is also noticeably lighter than the D3300, as it uses the same 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and EXPEED 4 image processor, in addition to having no low pass filter, just like the D3300. The new entry-level DSLR also boasts an ISO range of 25,600, and the battery life is almost twice that of the D3300. According to Nikon, the camera can pair with up to five devices via BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) technology.
The D3400 will hit stores in "early" September for $650, in a kit that Or, you'll also have the option to buy it with that same glass plus an AF-P DX Nikkor 70-300mm f4.5/6.3 G ED for $1,000. Alternatively, Nikon's also selling the 70-300mm lens with vibration reduction for $400 on its own.
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