The users of Nikon D3300 must be frantically waiting for the Update with the question in their head that how long should we work with Nikon D3300? By the way, the photographers who used D3300 have appreciated this DSLR, which was technically excellent and also due to its remarkable all-round performance but at the same time their question is also valid that when this Nikon DSLR camera will be replaced by Nikon D3400?
If you check out the web regularly then you can see the rumors or any appropriate information related to D3400 is coming occasionally?
But we feel better to toss our own expectations about the upcoming Nikon D3400 camera because the present intention or policy of Nikon is barely readable.
We expect no changes Nikon will do in case of resolution and processing engine, they will keep the same 24.2 MP of resolution and Expeed 4 image processor. But the users may strike with the big changes in the AF system. We photographers expect that the successor camera of D3300 will earn the AF system of Nikon D500 and it may be upgraded to 39-AF point sensor. To make lowlight shooting more exciting the ISO range may get uplifted to 51200 but users has to satisfy with the same Continuous shooting speed of 5fps.
Take a look at the expected specification below of Nikon D3400
- 24.2MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor
- EXPEED 4 Image Processor
- No Optical Low-Pass Filter
- Full HD 1080p Video Recording
- Multi-CAM 4800DX 39-Point AF Sensor
- Native ISO 12800, Extended to ISO 25600
- 5 fps Shooting at Full Resolution
- Built-In Wi-Fi
Anyway, these are all just our expectations and moreover we are running our eyes hastily to collect anything related to Nikon D3400 surfacing online.
Do share your thoughts with us…