Nikon D3500 DSLR Review

Nikon D3500 DSLR Review

  The Nikon D3500 is that the latest version of Nikon’s entry-level DSLR. It is the latest release of the Nikon D3400 durable that comes in a robust design, which is the daring long-term dot camera. There haven’t been many changes, and it’s unlikely you’d want to upgrade your old D3400 (or D3300 before it) to the new D3500, but this refresh is enough to stay in our list of the simplest cameras for beginners. The D3500 is not only a DSLR camera but also the cheapest and cheapest in the market and the simplest of Nikon, a lightweight weighs 415 grams, and a light body as well, and this with a memory card and battery.. it'll usually include a light-weight 18-55mm AF-P kit lens which incorporates a retracting mechanism to create it more portable when it’s not switched on. It’s more or less as small as a mirrorless camera, but it’s light, fast enough and cheap enough to prove that there’s life within the DSLR design yet. This camera is meant specifically for beginners, with simplified controls and an inbuilt Guide Mode to assist new users learn the fundamentals. But it’s also compatible with a large range of Nikon lenses, from Nikon and third-party makers, and incorporates a-ok specification to please enthusiasts also as beginners.

Nikon D3500 DSLR Specifications: 
  • Manufacturer Nikon
  • operates with a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS 4 sensor
  • It has an EXPEED 4 image processor
  • 11-point cross-focus AF point,
  • ISO range 100 to 25600
  • When you take a picture, it is 6000 x 4000 pixels
  • 420-pixel RGB sensor areas
  • 1920 x 1080 video can be recorded at 60p, 24p, 30p, 25p, 50p
  • Lens cover 95% quintet optical view mirror
  • SDXC UHS-I / SDHC / SD memory card
  • Fixed 3.0 "LCD screen
  • It has Bluetooth function

    Nikon D3500 DSLR PROS AND CONS

    1- Pros

    • Affordable market, within easy reach.
    • It included 24 MP performance.
    • Continuous shooting at 5 fps.
    • Images can be automatically transferred via Bluetooth.
    • Available as an in-camera shooting guide.
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