Nikon is rumored to announce a successor to the entry-level D3300 camera which might be called D3500, instead of D3400.
The latest entry-level DX-format is the D3300 DSLR, which was unveiled in January 2014 currently selling for $449 and the camera is a long-time #1 Best Seller in digital SLR cameras at Amazon US.
According to trusted sources, Nikon D3300 replacement will be called D3500. It is expected to feature a new 24-megapixel APS-c sized image sensor, Bluetooth, and WiFi connectivity.
Nikon D3500 might be the D3300 successor instead of D3400
SnapBridge allows for bluetooth supported connection between your camera and the compatible smart device, thus making automatic upload of your images possible. This will be a standard feature in almost every Nikon camera from 2016 onwards, beginning with the new D500. The new D3500 will also be compatible with SnapBridge.
There is no detailed specifications or release date of the D3300 replacement camera at the moment. On the other hand we can say it will come packed with bluetooth and Wifi features as well as a 24.2-megapixel APS-C-sized CMOS image sensor.
The announcement date of the Nikon D3500 is unknown at the moment. Recent gossips reporting that the entry-level DSLR will definitely hit the market by the end of 2016.
The worlds biggest digital photo imaging event Photokina 2016 will open its doors in September this year. We can expect the announcement of the digital SLR camera at Photokina 2016 or before the event.
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