Last week, Nikon announced its major secret of the year after introducing its 26 and 27 full-frame mirror-less cameras. Both shooters are fitted toward power users but not exactly for the beginner community. The D3500 DSLR is specially designed for people seeking an entry-level camera. It is more powerful as compared to a point-and-shoot, and it is much portable to carry around without extraordinary effort. It is available with a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor called DX format and a refurbished Expeed image processor. Nikon also indicated that it was specially designed to capture much sharper images and more vivid colors as compared to its previous version the D3400. The new D3500 has 11-point autofocus system and ISO range 100-25,600. It has the ability to share images using SnapBridge feature of Nikon wirelessly.
Nikon also indicated that users will be able to take at least 1,550 shots on a single battery charge. The modes of D3500 such as Guide and Effects can make it easier for users to figure out how to deal with the camera. Users can also add Instagram-style filters to their images in real time. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a 4K video but it shouldn’t be considered a drawback to aspiring photographers. Most people will appreciate its easy-to-use-dials due to it offers much quicker access to features like Effects. It is expected that D3500 will be available in the month of September at 499.95 U.S dollars with 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR AF-P DX Nikkor lens. You can also get some extra glass at 849.95 U.S dollars with a bundle of 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR and 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED AF-P DX Nikkor lenses.