Nikon D3500, a budget reflex camera for people who start their adventure with photography, has just had its debiut.
Nikon D3500 is seemingly much different than its predecessor (D3400), but still... not so much. D3500 is a lot smaller and lighter (124 x 97 x 70mm - 365g), the ergonomy has significantly improved and the camera "lies" better in the hands. The buttons - although their number has not changed - will be found more intuitively.
1). Nikon D3500
Although the handling of the camera and its menu has been simplified and it is more intuitive, we will not find many novelties when it comes to the equipment. The camera is equipped with the 24MP APS-C sensor, with the ISO range of 100 - 25600. The photographs will be taken with the speed of 5f/s and the video will be recorded in Full HD with the speed of 60 f/s. The autofocus, similarly to the sensor, is a bit archaic solution in the 11-point system. A similar archaic solution seems to be a permanently-mounted display - but let's remember that this is the cheapest body in the producer's offer.
2). Nikon D3500
Good news for the purchasers of D3500 is its 30% more effective battery, which, when fully charged, will enable taking 1550 photographs. A novelty is the Bluetooth module thanks to which we will be able to conveniently send photographs to other devices. The last and possibly the best news is the camera's price as it's lower than the price of D3400 as at its premiere by $150!
3). Nikon D3500
Nikon D3500 can be bought with the 18-55mm lens for $499. The camera should be also available in the set with the AF-P 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3G ED lens and it will cost $850 then. You can buy this camera here.