Everyone is unable to handle cameras such as flagship D5 of Nikon. It has been specially designed according to the minds of professional photographers. But, some people need a less advanced DSLR, so Japanese manufacturer has designed other cameras such as new D3400. This new special camera has 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor using DX-format including Expeed 4 processor. Nikon declared that it would provide more advanced auto white balance performance with much better image quality in low-light environment.
New D3400 has the ability to boasts an ISO range of 100-25,600, 5 frames per second continuous shooting with 1080p video up to 60 frames per second and 11-point autofocus system. Above are some specs expected from beginner DSLRs, but there will be a downside for many people for the absence of 4K recording. Obviously, it is parallel to the high-end D500, but D3400 of Nikon is capable of snap-Bridge connectivity. It enables you to transfer images remotely to a tablet or smart-phone, but there is not WiFi, so your data can be shared over low-streaming Bluetooth.
Another important feature of D3400 is a fresh line of specific lenses and these are called the AF-P DX Nikkor. Nikon also mentioned that it has a noise-less motor and it would be handier for most of the users who shoot video frequently and regularly. It is expected that D3400 will be available in the first week of September 2016 at an estimated price of $650. It also includes a kit of AF-P DX Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 G VR lens. Another option will be there for you and you can get the same glass plus an AF-P DX Nikkor 70-300mm f4.5/ 6.3 G ED just in $1,000. You can buy separately Nikon’s 70-300mm lens with vibration reduction in just $400.