The Nikon D3500 is ideal for a fast-paced on-the-go lifestyle
Updated: Mar 20, 2019
The New Nikon D3500 serves all levels of photographers and visual storytellers who appreciate the lightest, friendliest Nikon DSLR. Nikon recently unveiled the new Nikon D3500, capturing convenience as the main feature. The compact, entry-level DSLR makes capturing the worlds’ viewpoints easier and more convenient.
“The Nikon D3500 is ideal for consumers who are looking to easily capture the kinds of images that their smartphone simply cannot match, and share them seamlessly with family and friends,” said Jay Vannatter, Executive Vice President, Nikon Inc. “The D3500 reaffirms our commitment to releasing convenient DX-format DSLR options for those just discovering photography.”
The 24.2-megapixel D3500 features an updated CMOS image sensor and Nikon EXPEED image processor. These features capture sharp details and vivid colors embracing the most dynamic of the world’s features. There is no downtime with the easy-to-use features. First-time DSLR users start capturing better photos and video immediately.
With its ergonomic and lightweight body, approximately 1,550 shots on a single charge and convenient features like Nikon SnapBridge1 and helpful Guide Mode, the Nikon D3500 is a great option for parents, travelers and photo enthusiasts who are eager to take their photography to the next level. Families will find it a creative take along to capture the best moments of their interest.
Candid Moments and Video with Ease The Nikon D3500 high-performance features help first-time DSLR users capture amazing images in a variety of situations. The camera’s broad ISO range of 100-25,600 makes it easy to capture sharp, clear images in low-light shooting situations with very little noise, while the 11-point autofocus (AF) System locks onto subjects, even fast-moving pets or children to help ensure that fleeting moments aren’t missed.
The camera is capable of continuous shooting up to five frames-per-second (fps), and is also equipped with Full HD 1080/60p video capability. Users can comfortably switch from shooting photos to the video at the press of a button, allowing them to capture spur-of-the-moment memories that will last a lifetime with stunning sharpness and clarity.
All these amazing features have been incorporated into a new ergonomic and lightweight design featuring a more comfortable, deeper grip and the slim monocoque body design similar to the Nikon D5600. The new design also features a more beginner-friendly and intuitive control layout, with a larger playback button and the most frequently-used controls all relocated to the right side of the camera’s LCD where they are easiest to access.
Always Connected for Easy Sharing Sharing photos with loved ones is easier than ever with the Nikon D3500 and Nikon SnapBridge app. The D3500 uses Bluetooth2 to create an always-on3 connection between the camera and a compatible smart device, making it possible to seamlessly share 2MP images to social media as they are captured. Additionally, D3500 users will now be able to trigger their camera remotely via Bluetooth using SnapBridge. Nikon SnapBridge users can also access Nikon Image Space4, a free online image sharing and storage service that preserves memories in the cloud.
For more information on the new Nikon D3500, visit http://www.nikonusa.com.
About Nikon Nikon Inc. is a world leader in digital imaging, precision optics, and photo and video capture technologies; globally recognized for setting new standards in product design and performance for an award-winning array of equipment that enables visual storytelling and content creation. For more information, dial (800) NIKON-US or visit http://www.nikonusa.com, which links all levels of photographers to the Web’s most comprehensive learning and sharing communities. Connect with Nikon on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Vimeo, Flickr and Snapchat (@NikonUSASnap).
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