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Canon 1500D / 2000D / T7 vs Nikon D3500

Canon 1500D / 2000D / T7 vs Nikon D3500 – We are doing a specification comparison review between the recently announced Nikon D3500 camera and the Canon 1500 / 2000 / Canon T7.

Features/ Models Canon 1500D / 2000D Nikon D3500
Megapixel 24 MP 24 megapixels
Sensor size  APS-C (23.5 x 15.7 mm) APS-C (22.3 x 14.9 mm)
Low pass filter  No No
Image processor DIGIC 4+ EXPEED 4
AF system Contrast Detect + Phase detect –  Traditional DSLR AF Contrast Detect + Phase Detect – Traditional DSLR AF
AF points 09 11 Points
 ISO 100-12800 100-25600
Image Stabilization No No
 Shutter Min/ mix  30-1/4000 30sec-1/4000
 Continuous shooting speed 3 fps 5 fps
 Video  Full HD 30 fps 1920 x 1080 (60p, 60i, 24p)
Display 3.0″  920,000-Dot Fix display 3.0″ 921.6k-Dot Tilting Touchscreen
Hot shoe Yes Yes
Wireless Built-in (WiFi – NFC) Built-in (BLUETOOTH)
Environmentally sealed  No No
Battery life  NA 1500 Shots
Dimensions 129.0 x 101.3 x 77.6 mm 124.0 x 97.0 x 69.5 mm
Weight 427 g 365 g

ISO Sensitivity

Now let’s check out the major differences between the two camera one of the major differences that you can see is the difference between the ISO range of both the camera. The maximum ISO range of Nikon D3500 camera is upto 25600 where as the Canon T7 / 1500 D is limited to 12800 standard ISO only.

Phase AF system

Number of auto focusing points in Nikon D3500 as usual a bir more than the Canon T7 or 1500D. With the Nikon D3500 camera you are getting 11 point autofocusing system and Canon 1500D / T7 limited to 9 Point AF system only.

Continuous shooting Speed

Both camera have 24 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, but when you talk about the continuous shooting speed than Nikon D3500 camera can shoot up to 5 frames per second whereas the Canon 1500 / T7 remains Limited to 3 frames per second. That’s clearly indicates the image process sitting inside the Nikon D3500 camera is more powerful and faster compared to the Canon 1500D / T7 image processor.

Bigger Battery Life

One of the most important thing is the battery life of a camera, and the new Nikon D3500 camera offers you to Grab 1500 shots in a single charge whereas the Canon 1500 / T7 remains limited to 500  per charge only.The Nikon D3500 camera is giving you 3x more battery life compared to the Canon.

Design of the Camera

The design of the camera is vastly improved compared to its predecessor, yes we are talking about the Nikon D3500 camera which is more compact and the hand grip become comfortable compared to its predecessor and of course it’s better than Canon 1500 D design when you pick up with the cameras in your hand. Well I am sharing my opinion with you.

Advantages of the Canon 1500D / T7 camera.

Nikon D3500 camera do perform a bit better in low light conditions but there is not any huge difference between the two, one of the reason that may stand behind the similarities is the use of same sensor inside the Nikon D3500 as of its predecessor.

But from Canon 1300D to 1500D the image quality is vastly improved. Canon used a new sensor and the low-light performance as well dynamic range of the camera is improved from its predecessor and now you can say that level of image quality coming out from 1500D is look similar to Nikon D3500.

I don’t know why Nikon not updated the image processor of the image sensor of the recently announced Nikon D3500 DSLR camera despite of taking two years of time.

Built-in WiFi NFC Connectivity

Built in wireless and NFC connectivity, Nikon D3500 camera wireless connected to Bluetooth. This BIG reason behind that 2MP file limit transfer to your smartphone or any other smart device, with Canon 1500D  you can transfer full size images to your smartphone with the help of the wireless connectivity (WiFi NFC) options available inside the camera.

Verdict

After looking all the major specifications of both the camera it’s very clear that Nikon D3500 camera do offer advanced Core specification compare to the Canon 1500D / T7 camera. We recommending you to get the Nikon D3500 camera if you want to start your photography career with a decent entry level DSLR camera under affordable price tag.

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7 comments to Canon 1500D / 2000D / T7 vs Nikon D3500

  • Dave Haynie

    Canon APS-C is usually around 22.30mm x 14.90mm. When you make those charts, use the actual camera specs, not just generic info.

  • Rainer

    Really does the Canon offer the same sensor size as the Nikon here? With my beloved Canon 60D the sensor size was a bit smaller than the Nikon or Pentax crop.

  • admin

    Dave Haynie and Rainer
    Thanks

  • Bret Busby

    I am wondering why these DSLR’s only go down to 100 ISO, whereas the significantly less expensive compact cameras, such as the Canon SX720 and SX730, and the Nikon A900, each go down to 80 ISO, given that the lower the ISO number, the sharper the image.

  • souravkumar

    is nikon d3500 touch screen ?

  • irishsing

    does nikon d3500 have mic input ?

  • admin

    @irishsing

    Yes, Nikon D3500 do have a Mic input option. You can use the standard 3.5mm mic input port on the jack to get professional quality audio file from the camera.

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