Pleasantly punchy: Nikon D3400 real-world samples gallery
|Photo by Samuel Spencer|
The Nikon D3400 is the company's newest entry-level DSLR, offering users 24MP and an 11-point AF system in a compact, lightweight body. It may not be the most exciting camera for Nikon faithful on paper, but in the real-world, it offers impressive image quality that will put any smartphone camera to shame while being incredibly easy to use - important aspects of a product aimed primarily at entry-level consumers. As such, we took to using the camera mostly in the 'Auto' or 'No Flash Auto' modes, and were pleasantly surprised by its default output – metering is usually spot-on, with good sharpening and punchy color (though it may be over-the-top for some).
Over the past week, we've had a chance to photograph city living, botanical still-life, playful pups and yes, even some sleepy cats. Take a look at how the D3400, its 18-55mm kit lens and the DX 35mm F1.8G lens fared in our real-world samples gallery.
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Mar 21, 2017
|Fox ran across the lake.2jpg by Kaappo|
from My Best Photo of the Week
|Dubai - Mile High by Nilesh Trivedi|
from Your City - Clouds and Buildings
|Christ vs. Consumerism by wam7|
from New - Old
|Drops of Old Glory by F5Nikon|