The Nikon D3400 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24 megapixels manufactured from 2016 to 2018 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 5 FPS x 12 RAW, 100 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 499 €;
39 users have given it an average vote of 9.1 out of 10
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Pros:Light (about 400g), battery life, file quality, good dynamic range.
Cons:It is not possible to shoot controlled by intervalmeter.
Opinion:For the price at which it is currently used it is in my opinion still among the best EntryLevel reflexes even if it is out of production from 2018. Jpeg files are good and even with raws there is ample room for workability. Personally I feel good but I would have liked there was the way to be able to control it even with an intervalmeter or with a special app (accessories that I have not currently found). I partially solved this gap with the ML-L3 remote control by counting the seconds of the longest exposures in mind (but I forget the startrails). Due to the absence of wi-fi, SnapBridge does little except the bluetooth transfer of images on a mobile phone or tablet. If there is anyone who has solved the way to take interspersed photos I would be curious to know how he did it. It lacks the Bracketing functionality, but it resolves with the appropriate software and with a few more clicks on the shutter button. Among the qualities that I appreciate most about the Nikon D3400 are the rendering of the shots with little light and the battery life that is really great. Overall given the other qualities it is a camera not to be underestimated.
Pros:Lightweight, Dynamic Range, Photo Quality, Battery Life
Cons:Lacks Bracketing, not 100% view cover, slow live-view and exosious energy.
Opinion:It's my first DSLR, chosen after months and months to browse the internet reviews of Nikon (D5600), Pentax (k70), Fuji (xt20), Sony (a6000), I convinced myself to take it for its sensor, high dynamic range (the recovery of shadows and highlights in PP is amazing) I certainly can't make comparisons with ML or FF not owning them, but on the internet everyone talks about it very well, and given its really low initial price I took it. Well, what about, as an amateur amateur photographer I enjoy a mess, I'm very happy; at first my photos were flat, dull, without thickness, x nothing beautiful, but once I learned a bit of PP (now I shoot only in RAW) here she gives me delicious shots, beyond my most rosy expectations. It's very light (I go around with less than 1kg with its 18-55VR and 70-300VR), with a battery charge I do ca 600-700 photos, the controls I learned immediately, well arranged, the menu is quite intuitive, even the videos are excellent x my modest needs about it , which add... As defects, well, I would have preferred that there was Bracketing (I would try some HDR shots), and that the scope covered 100% of the frame (I "defaced" some good shots with elements present at the ends of the frame not visible in the crosshairs), the live-view is precise but slow and consumes a lot more battery (sin), in Manual mode the SETTING of ISOs is a bit cumbersome, and the Nikon Capture NX-D software is really basic, with more than one flaw. But the merits of the D3400 far outweigh the flaws! I couldn't be happier, just a happy purchase!
Opinion:A camera that is worth much less than its price, you do not see the focus LEDs (serious defect), poor construction material , especially the standard lens (I broke 2 obviously not repairable) Extremely small (not a value), durability unsatisfactory battery. It would make some sense if it cost the third part of the sale price.
Opinion:I've had this car for over two years. He has never given me problems, but he has always behaved excellently. What about.. Obviously we are not talking about a top of the line, so everything that I write is still weighed compared to those that are the obvious limits of the camera. As for the cons, the only real constraint of this entry level that Nikon's mom could avoid are the 24 megapixels, seemingly sought after by most people who interface with photography. In fact, in this case, being a reduced sensor, do nothing but provide an excessive definition to the photos (which are sometimes too harsh) and make that above the 400 ISO noise is too obvious. Of minor is the pointer to 11 points autofocus, but, being an APS-C from €400 performs very well its work, even very quickly. As for the pros, always reminding us that we are talking about an entry level, the value for money I find it exceptional because, with now just over €300, you can buy a camera that accompanies the novice in the world of photography Providing all the basics it needs. The battery lasts a lot (with only one charge I made a 3-day trip with the machine always in hand) and the menu and the settings are simple and intuitive.
Pros:Weight, cost, autofocus, high ISO output, sharpness raw files
Cons:Weight with certain optics, some limits in non-essential functions.
Opinion:You can not evaluate this machine regardless of cost, I also own the D90 and the D5300, of the three is the one that gives me the best raw even at high ISO, 3200 is much better than the D5300. Some limits in the brackenting and fixed screen functions, but so much quality in the files. Only true limit using non-motorized AF optics is lost focus and exposure meter.
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