Nikon Imaging | Republic of Ireland | Europe

17-08-2016

Shoot brilliantly, share instantly with Nikon’s all-new D3400 DSLR

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 17th August 2016: Nikon presents the D3400, the DX-format DSLR that makes it spectacularly easy to shoot high-quality images—and then share them instantly. The D3400 is Nikon’s first entry-level DSLR to boast SnapBridge¹, making it the perfect camera for those who want to step up from snapshots to photography, and who care about sharing their images on the go.

Nikon’s SnapBridge utilises Bluetooth® low energy (BLE) technology² to let the camera maintain a constant, low-power link with a smartphone or tablet. D3400 users can automatically sync photos as they shoot, from wherever they are. Pick up the smart device that’s paired with the camera and the photos will be there, ready to share: no fuss, no waiting. And these won’t be just any photos. Images are richly detailed thanks to the camera’s large 24.2 MP DX-format sensor, powerful EXPEED 4 processor, and NIKKOR lens. Users can revel in the freedom to achieve dazzling shots in low light, and create portraits with smooth background blur. Beyond photos, Nikon’s renowned D-Movie makes it simple to create cinematic-looking video footage. Even novice moviemakers can easily film with available light and make subjects stand out against beautiful background blur with a fast NIKKOR lens.

Jordi Brinkman, Product Manager, Nikon Europe, says: “The D3400 is an exciting addition to Nikon’s successful D3000 series. It inherits proven top-class technology from Nikon’s higher-end DSLRs and continues to deliver on the ease of use for which this range of entry-level cameras is known. In particular, the always-on connection enabled by SnapBridge means that people can explore ‘real’ photography and still retain the kind of connectivity they’re used to with smartphones.”

Additional key features

- The small DSLR that keeps on shooting: capture up to 1200 shots on one charge³ thanks to the camera’s low-energy design and high-capacity battery.
Low-light excellence: ISO 100–25600, an increase of one step compared to the maximum ISO capability offered by the D3300.
Guide mode: for users that are new to DSLR photography, Guide Mode demonstrates how to adjust the camera settings in order to capture great photos and movies.
The Nikon DSLR advantage: exceptional speed, precision and handling thanks to the razor-sharp autofocus (AF) system and the bright optical viewfinder.
D-movie: records smooth Full HD video footage at frame rates up to 50p/60p.
Expandable system: compatible with the full range of NIKKOR DX-format lenses and easy-to-use Nikon Speedlights.
Kits: the D3400 comes with multiple kit options that include the camera body and one or two NIKKOR lenses. Easily cover the everyday with a versatile standard zoom, or reach out to the horizon with a kit that features the AF-P DX NIKKOR 70–300mm f/4.5–6.3G ED VR lens. Kits with AF-P NIKKOR lenses make a great choice for movie shooters as these lenses focus quickly and quietly, enabling smooth video footage with practically no drive noise.


¹ As the D3400 does not support Wi-Fi, the following SnapBridge features are not available: remote photography with a smart device, still image transfer in original size, movie transfer.
² The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Nikon and its Affiliates is under license.
³ Based on CIPA Standards, in single frame mode, when Bluetooth® is not in use.