Nikon D3400 vs. Canon 1300D

Nikon-D3400-vs-Canon-1300DIt looks like Nikon D3400 is touching the height of awesomeness with its extra ordinary specifications. Well, Nikon D3400 and Canon 1300D both will be the obvious choice for the entry-level photographers, but Nikon D3400 is making its way and 1300D is slimming down infront of this Nikon camera. Have a look at the specifications comparison below to find out the main differences of these two cameras…

Features / Models Nikon D3400
Canon 1300D
Megapixel 24 megapixels 18 megapixels
Sensor size / type APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm) APS-C (22.3 x 14.9 mm)
Image processor
Expeed 4  Digic 4+
Low pass filter No yes
Image stabilization No No
AF System Contrast + Phase Detect sensor Contrast Detect +Phase detect
AF points 11 points 09 points
ISO 100-25600 100-12800
Shutter Min/Max 30sec 1/4000 sec 30 sec 1/4000 sec
Top Continuous Shooting Speed 5fps 3fps
Video 1920 x 1080 (60p,24fps) 1920 x 1080 (30, 25, 24 fps)
Display 3.0″ TFT- LCD Rear Screen (921K pixels) 3.0″ TFT- LCD Rear Screen (920K pixels)
Viewfinder Optical Viewfinder (95%) Optical Viewfinder (95%)
Hot-shoe No No
Battery Life (CIPA) 1200 shots 500 shots
Wireless connectivity Built-In, snapbridge Built-In
Dimensions  124 x 98 x 76 mm 129 x 101 x 78 mm
Weight 395g 485 g

Nikon D3400 vs Canon 1300D

Megapixel– We can expect that clarity and sharpness will be everywhere in the images produced by Nikon D3400 since the camera offers magnificent 24MP resolution as well as the APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm) sensor. Furthermore, these crystal-clear images are likely to incentivize the photographers by providing them number of sharp and clear shots in variety of shooting conditions. On the other hand, Canon 1300D probably will not deliver you the images as Nikon D3400 does, because Canon employs 18Mp resolution and the sensor size is bit smaller than that of Nikon camera.

AF system- Both the two cameras will be able to track the desire subjects instantly and accurately, but Nikon D3400 is yielding 11 AF points System to help create sharp images when shoot the fast moving subjects even in lowlight conditions. On the other hand the Canon 1300D utilizes only 09-AF points.

ISO– Nikon D3400 also offers ISO range of 25600 whereas Canon 1300D is restricted to 12800 only, that means that the photographers with Nikon D3400 can go for better lowlight photography compared to Canon 1300D users. In other words Nikon D3400 users can snap top quality of photos and record almost clear videos at lowlight.

Continuous shooting speed- The sensor and processor of Nikon D3400 enables users to shoot continuously 3fps for moving subjects, whereas Canon 1300D offers the ability to shoot 3fps only.

Video– When you have to record HD videos, then Nikon D3400 is looking better than Canon 1300D because the camera offers 1080p at 60fps, whereas Canon 1300D offers full HD video recording at 30fps.

Battery life-  You can take only 500 shots by Canon 1300D at a single time charge, but Nikon D3400 can allow you to shoot continuously 1200 shots at one time charge.

Verdict- Nikon D3400 is the solution for the photographer whose desire is to learn more about photography. In short words, Nikon D3400 is a complete package for the entry-level photographers.

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