After unveiling its flagship mirrorless Z6 and Z7 cameras not too long ago, Nikon is again this time with one thing for a extra entry-level crowd. Its new D3500 is the successor to the favored D3400 and goals to ship with out breaking the financial institution.
Design-wise, the D3500 is 2 ounces lighter than earlier than and has a deeper grip. The controls have been conveniently moved alongside the 921,000-dot LCD, which measures 3-inch and is mounted (no touchscreen both, understandably).
There’s a viewfinder with 95% protection, too, alongside a flash-release button.
On the entrance sits a 24.2-megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor, with an up to date Expeed Picture processor and an 11-point autofocus system. ISO supported ranges are between 100 and 25600, with a burst mode of 5 fps.
For video, the earlier commonplace of as much as 1080p movies at 60 fps is supported, no 4K on this one. It helps SD, SDHC, and SDXC playing cards by means of a single slot.
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Connectivity is boosted by way of SnapBridge app, which lets you immediately share photographs between your telephone and digital camera or use the previous as a distant shutter by way of Bluetooth (no Wi-Fi right here). Battery life is boosted to now help as much as 1550 pictures on a cost, which is an enchancment of 30% over its predecessor.
The pricing of the D3500 is about at an alluring $500, which comes with a package lens by default. An optionally available AF-P 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED lens package brings the price additional upwards to $849. It looks as if a no-frills shooter that could possibly be good for a newbie, with out indulgences like Wi-Fi, a movable show or 4K video help.
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