Nikon introduced SLR camera with 24-Megapixel sensor that captures photos on a smartphone [video]
Nikon announced DSLR camera entry level D3400. The model was built-in Bluetooth module, allowing you to transfer pictures to your mobile device.
Function SnapBridge have got a more expensive semi-professional Nikon camera D500, which was presented in the beginning of the year. Thus, Nikon D3400 was the first affordable camera of the brand offering this opportunity.
The novelty has received the CMOS sensor DX format with a size of 23.5 × 15.6 mm, with 24.2 million effective pixels. Image processing busy processor EXPEED 4. Thanks to ISO sensitivity range from 100 to 25 600 units, according to Nikon, the pictures are clear even in almost complete darkness.
The camera got a sensor module autofocus Nikon Multi-CAM 1000 with TTL phase detection, 11 focus points (including one cross-type sensor) and AF auxiliary lighting. Have a 3-inch display, slot for SD card, HDMI and USB. Dimensions are 124 × 98 × 75.5 mm, weight — 445 grams. Battery will last a maximum of 1200 personnel.
SnapBridge mobile app allows you not only to send the captured images to your smartphone and control the camera in the distance. Users can automatically sync images as you shoot. Thus, the mobile gadget will get fresh photos, ready to publish to social networks.
Depending on the lens, which is equipped camera, its price will range from 649 to $ 999.