Announced Aug 30, 2018 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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So I want to buy an entry level dslr . My budget is from 500-600 euros and i have some options . One of them is a nikon d5300 with a 18-55mm , a 55-200mm , a tripod and a case for 550 euros . A nikon d3500 with a 18-55mm lene and a 70-300mm AF-P DX VR for 450 euros Then both the canon 2000d (t7) and the 750d (t6i) cost 400 dollars , and i am thinking of buying a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS STM for a total cost of 575 euros Which one would you pick . Also is there a sensor difference...
By: Utsav Gupta (3 weeks ago)
Hi !! On my recent trip to Europe I purchased a Nikon B700 and right away got interested in the hobby of photography. My decision of buying a bridge camera was based on the money I wanted to spend on my first camera, well not knowing whether I would like to continue taking pictures even after coming back from my trip. And also a bridge camera looked like a good deal for the money I was willing to pay. Little did I know that a few thousand rupees more would get me a much bigger sensor in a...
Has anyone done measurements of the new sensor used in the D3500 vs. the one on D3400 ? Its conspicuous absence from DXOmark and dpreview studio scenes and the fact that the online reviews seem to avoid touting it raises the concern that Nikon might have aligned with Canon and decided that the D3400 sensor was too good a value for an entry-level 400$ camera+lens combo.
I am an absolute nubie, using Nikon D3500 and Godox TT685N:1. TT685 - in TTL mode, it seems to be locked into M zoom and cannot change the settings and cannot get it into A zoom - any suggestions?2. Nikon TT685: trying to enable the RGB Histogram and shooting data for my playback display. I have checked the settings, clicked OK but does not seem to be enabled - any suggestions?THX - I know this is really elementary for most of you.
Hi there, I'm a complete beginner to DSLR cameras and I would like to purchase my first set. Which one would you go for: 1. NIKON D3500 + AF-P 18-55MM F3.5-5.6 VR 2. NIKON D3500 + AF-P 18-55MM F3.5-5.6G VR + AF-P 70-300MM F4.5-6.3G ED VR 3. NIKON D3500 + AF-P DX 18-140 f / 3.5-5.6G ED VR From what I've gathered, the 18-140 could be the best option if I just wanna stick with one lens and that faff around with changing them. I will be using my camera mostly for travel photography and some...
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