Nikon D3400. We present the most recent entry-level D-SLR camera of the Japanese brand. It is the successor of the Nikon D3300 that saw the light about five years ago.
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Although several years passed between their releases, the differences to be highlighted are not really important although it is clear that we are in front of a camera with greater benefits.
To start the CMOS sensor is exactly the same with a resolution of 24.2 megapixels and DX format that records video in Full HD at 60 fps. We would have liked the option to record in 4K quality.
The NIKKOR lens is capable of capturing even the smallest detail almost without light
An important difference with respect to the D3300 is the technology of Nikon, Snapbridge, which makes use of the Bluetooth connectivity to enable a faster transfer between the camera and our devices. A part of the Bluetooth has mini HDMI port to connect to devices with a compatible port and a full range of filters and effects to give an artistic touch to our captures.
The same processor, the EXPEED 4, is in charge of the performance of the camera and the processing of the images, and they also coincide in the 11-point focusing system and the pentamirror optical viewer with 95% coverage.
The battery is another of its improvements with a range of almost double and, from Nikon, ensure that it is capable of making up to 1200 shots with a single charge. They are really important changes in terms of results and quality of the captures that make D3400 a worthy rival for the Canon EOS 1300D or the Ricoh Pentax.