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Nikon D3500 / Nikon D3400 Early Specification

Nikon D3500 camera image

Nikon D3400 / D3500 early set of specification leaked over the web today, however nothing new here as we have already told you that Nikon upcoming entry level DSLR will going to have CMOS sensor and will be SnapBridge compatible, take a look at the rumored specification below

No 4k video
SnapBridge compatible
24MP sensor
The D3xxx line will remain DSLR and will not go mirrorless
Announcement before Photokina, delayed because of SnapBridge issues

A quick reminder that on June 10th Nikon officially discontinued the entry level DSLR Nikon D3300 camera in Japan and I strongly suggests that an announcement is imminent from Nikon. So if you are planning to get a entry level DSLR from Nikon, you must hold your purchase for few week.

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source – Nikonrumor

2 comments to Nikon D3500 / Nikon D3400 Early Specification

  • I hope this time the new D3500 camera will have built in Wi-Fi instead of using that $50 adapter that rarely worked well. Nikon also raised the price $100 on the D3300 too, which IMO was not a good idea if they wanted to get rid of non-produced current stock.

  • Rob

    I actually tried to buy a D3300 at Best Buy today but they were sold out – glad I saw this before I made a purchase! Hopefully they’ll announce the new model soon and I can pick up the 3300 at a much better price.

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