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Nikon D3400 Sensor Review and Test Results

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Nikon D3400 sensor review and test results published by DxOMark website. The entry-level DSLR camera is also $150 off with kit lens bundle at Amazon.

Nikon D3400 sensor review shows the camera scored a point of 86 and becomes one of the best-performing sensors in the current lineup.

The Nikon D3400 entry-level shooter has a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor without an anti-aliasing filter. From the test results, it modestly surpasses the current mid-range D5500 and practically equals the D7200 in the overall scores.

Nikon D3400 Sensor Review and Test Results

Nikon D3400 Sensor Review at DxOMark: New Class Leader

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Nikon D3400 ($497) vs D5500 ($697) vs D3300 ($497) (these are the body-only prices)


Comparison with rivals

Nikon D3400 ($497) vs Canon EOS 750D/T6i ($749) vs Sony A5100 ($598)


From DxOMark Conclusion:

“… the Nikon D3400 is difficult to beat in terms of sensor performance. Nikon has tweaked the sensor to the same level as the pricier D5500. However, except for the SnapBridge connectivity option, the D3400 is very close to that of the older and cheaper D3300, in terms of features and controls. While the bump in image quality is welcome, it’s not as though the D3300 was underperforming in any way. At least when compared with its rivals. But packaged with a new AF-P type kit lens that promises improved AF in live view, the D3400 is a step in the right direction.”

This is all for Nikon D3400 sensor review and test results. The DSLR camera is available with the 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR optic for a price of $649.99 at AmazonB&HAdorama stores.

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