Nikon launches D3400, the new entry-level SLR with the SnapBridge connection to get rid of any wires, that allows you to instantly share your photos via Bluetooth. The new camera is equipped with a Nikon DX sensor 24MP, which can shoot up to 1200 photos on a single charge and has a valuable assisted mode for beginners.
Nikon, has also catered to non-professional photographers, which is easy to use but with up to date features. The D3400 SLR is suitable for those looking for a camera that can produce great shots without necessarily having to come to terms with the shooting parameters and various settings.
The D3400 is first of all a great camera, with DX-format 24.2 megapixel sensor powered by the powerful EXPEED processor 4. But the most appetizing part is represented by SnapBridge, the function that allows you to connect a smartphone or tablet to and automatically synchronize the shots. The ideal for sharing photos, taken with the quality of an SLR, via social networks. The connection is via Bluetooth low energy (BLE) and therefore, unlike the older sisters using a Wi-Fi connection, offers reduces energy consumption. Conversely, the distance between the camera and the smartphone must be contained and some of snapBridge advanced features that use Wi-Fi, such as photography at a distance and transferring photos and movies at full resolution, are not available in this mode.
Together with the D3400 Nikon has also presented four objectives, ideal for use in combination with the new entry-level SLR; or perhaps we should say, two pairs of lenses. This is the AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f / 3.5-5.6G (in two versions, one stabilized, with VR suffix, and the other not) and AF-P DX NIKKOR 70-300mm f / 4.5-6.3G ED (also available in standard or VR).