This beautiful Nikon D3400 bundle and compact DSLR has a good AF system, a very good battery life with very good image quality.
Nikon guarantees that the new battery is enough to make an average of 1,200 photos, the model D3400 only guaranteed battery life of 700 photos, that is, almost doubled the value.
The Nikon D3400 is capable of shooting 5 frames per second in continuous mode, native ISO sensitivity now up to 25,600, which is a natural upward trend in DSLRs.
In this model, if the intention is to make video should be careful because this model has only an internal microphone, and does not allow the connection of external microphones.
Another downside is that this DSLR no longer has the vibration sensor cleaning system (ultrasound).
With a large 24.2 MP DX-format sensor, it provides very good results in insufficient light.
The AF autofocus system is reliable for all 11 detection points, particularly at the center point.
However, for moving subjects the Nikon D3400 AF system is weak compared to other more advanced AF tracking systems, its lack of consistency and accuracy means that this DSLR is not advised if you want to take mostly moving subjects.
The Nikon D3400 is very well positioned for its price-quality ratio, as for its segment it has qualities only present in higher segments.
- Light and compact
- Good battery life
- Great AF performance
- Easy to use
- It doesn’t have a touchscreen
- Bad connectivity options
- No microphone input
- No sensor cleaning
Is Nikon D3400 Bundle Good?
The Nikon D3400 bundle package is compact and with good focus and ISO performance for a machine in this input segment, with an exceptional metering system, we can say that the Nikon D3400 is one of the best cameras on the market today in its segment.
You miss some options like a microphone input, wi-fi connection, no touch screen, and a cleaning sensor, but it is still a good device with which you can make good photos.