- Megapixels: 24.4MP
- Sensor Type: APS-C CMOS
- Screen Type: 3 inches LCD screen (921000 dots)
- Viewfinder Type: Optical
- ISO Sensitivity: 100-25600
- Processor: EXPEED Image Processor
- Continuous shooting speed: 5fps
- Connectivity: Bluetooth & NFC Connectivity (SnapBridge connectivity)
- Autofocus system: 11 AF system
- Video quality: 1080p HD
- Weight: 445 grams
- Battery Life: 1200 shots per charge
- Affordable and pocket friendly
- Performance is optimal
- Pleasant ISO working
- Superior picture quality
- Battery life is good (1200 shots per charge)
- Wi-fi connectivity not present
- Bluetooth connectivity is just decent
- Comprise of the typical controls and functions
If you are looking for a camera which does no harm to your wallet as well as give you the very best of results when it comes to pictures and videos. Then the Nikon D3400 DSLR is just the perfect option for you. Also, in the following Nikon D3400 Product Review, today we will discuss and go through all the factors for which we believe this Nikon DSLR definitely deserves your attention.
Build and Design
Talking about built and design, the Nikon D3400 DSLR is just pure class. And that too class with such an amazing price tag is just priceless to be honest. Although, this Nikon DSLR comes with a plastic material construction, it in no way makes you feel like you are holding something cheap.
The whole body of the camera has been designed and manufactured in such a way that it offers you the very best of grips and handling experience you could ask for.
The other unique and eye catching thing I like about it when it comes to design is the placement of control buttons sideways on the left side of the display. This not only makes it up for the display not being a touch responsive, but at the same time gives a more appealing handling experience to the user.
The only drawback however, which I feel has lagged this DSLR a bit is the absence of a microphone port on it, which at times may prove to be a bit difficult for videographers to work with the device as a whole. But, apart from that there is just nothing much to say about design flaws when it comes to the Nikon D3400.
Now, if we need to talk about the kind of performance you can expect this DLSR to give. Then I would say that it is completely high-end. Coming equipped with the powerful EXPEED 4 image processor, with the help of this camera you can produce some of the best quality, sharp and high contrasted image out there.
And when all of that works in sync and harmony with the 11 AF system installed in the device, taking pictures of subjects accurately and precisely is as easy as pointing the camera towards it.
Also, a factor which I believe may be put under both design as well as performance is the weight of the DLSR, which just comes to 445 grams. Although, it may not seem very less for a mere spectator. But for those handling the device a decrease in weight can prove to be very beneficial while having to handle the camera as well as move the device in anyway you want when the need to take the perfect shot is at stake.
Feature wise, if we need to talk about connectivity of the Nikon D3400 it does not have much to offer. Also, I would say that the Bluetooth connectivity it offers could have been a little better.
Moreover, there is no wi-fi connectivity as well, so I guess that adds up to the cons factor of the device again. But, apart from these two factors otherwise the DSLR has no other flaws to be worried about.
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