Nikon D3400 w/ AF P DX NIKKOR 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G VR Black

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Nikon D3400 w/ AF P DX NIKKOR 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G VR Black
Nikon D3400 w/ AF P DX NIKKOR 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G VR Black

Nikon D3400 w/ AF P DX NIKKOR 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G VR Black Price History


Current Price £304.99 April 17, 2024
Highest Price £318.99 November 17, 2023
Lowest Price £279.99 November 19, 2023
Since November 17, 2023

Last price changes

£304.99 December 14, 2023
£308.99 December 6, 2023
£318.99 December 2, 2023
£279.99 November 19, 2023
£318.99 November 17, 2023

Nikon D3400 w/ AF P DX NIKKOR 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G VR Black Description

Fantastic photos made easy

The Nikon D3400 w/ AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR (Black) is the perfect entry-level bundle to get you started taking stunning photos. Featuring the 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor, you’ll get beautiful results with photographic scenes, portraits and landscapes alike. With the AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm lens, you’ll be able to capture your vision with incredible clarity. Whether you’re shooting a mountain vista or a child’s smile, the Nikon D3400 makes it easy to take breathtaking photos from the get-go.

Continuous Shooting

Capture life’s most precious moments at 11 frames per second—so you don’t miss a thing. With 1080p Full HD movie recording, you can start capturing your special memories the second you press the shutter. The Nikon D3400 also boasts a buffer depth of 100 shots—so you can shoot uninterrupted for better, more natural results.

New Dimensions of Picture-Taking

Bring your pictures to life with the new COOLPIX Picture Control System, which automatically adjusts contrast, saturation and sharpening to achieve gorgeous results. With the Camera jacks, you can even edit and share your photos right from your DSLR or camera. Enjoy better color reproductions and unparalleled detail with the Nikon D3400’s large 3-inch 921k-dot monitor, with an anti-reflective coating that reduces glare. Plus, its Eye-Detection AF helps you take portraits that shine.

Convenient, Wi-Fi Capable Performance

How would you like to control your Nikon D3400 right from your smartphone? With the SnapBridge app, you can easily transfer and share photos in a snap. Plus, you can download photos remotely and monitor your camera’s shooting settings. There’s no need to worry about running out of battery as you can recharge your D3400 via USB or AC adapter.

• 24.2 MP DX-format CMOS image sensor
• Recording stunning Full HD movies in 1080p
• Shoot up to 11 frames per second
• Buffer depth of 100 shots
• COOLPIX Picture Control System
• 3-inch 921k-dot anti-reflective monitor
• Eye-Detection AF
• Wi-Fi Capable with SnapBridge app
• Rechargeable Li-ion battery via USB or AC adapter

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Nikon D3400 w/ AF P DX NIKKOR 18 55mm f/3.5 5.6G VR Black Reviews (11)

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  1. M.V.

    Our old Nikon finally stopped working and we decided to try this one. It takes incredible pictures and is so easy to use. Our favorite feature is the ability to download the pictures to our phone as soon as we take them through the Snapbridge app.

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  2. Ebenvenutti

    Es muy buen producto, para las personas que estén iniciando en el mundo de la fotografía, esta es una excelente compra en la cual podremos disfrutar y manejar la cámara, comparando con modelos similares en marcas, no es muy complicado su manejo y las imagenes que te brinda son de muy buena calidad segun manejo de esta

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  3. Angelo O

    Easy to use. Nikon quality

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  4. Skamp

    Item arrived in working order, and everything in the box (including a strap I wasn’t expecting) the body cap broke in transit, but customer service was responsive and remedied quickly! Awesome camera! And the additional lense made it quick to get started.

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  5. Janneh

    first expensive camera fight and so far is doing exactly what I expected. Glad I made the purchase.

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  6. V91-Bleach

    After a bunch of research, I landed on this camera as my first DSLR purchase. For price point, ease of use, and including two lenses.

    I have owned point-and-shoot standalone cameras over the years, but their auto-focus and stabilization was pretty terrible. This camera is just on a whole different level. You can snap off several shots a second continuously, and the pictures are almost always crisp, clean, and beautiful. Shooting at 24 MP results in images that are 6000×4000 pixels in size, so when you pull them onto your computer you can just zoom and zoom and zoom in, to a point where is is frankly creepy. Take a portrait photo? You can see every single pore on their face in the computer. I’m sure people who are big into photography have rolled their eyes and moved on at this point, but it really just blows my mind how good the pictures turn out with essentially no prior knowledge, skills, or lighting experience. Just plug in a battery and an SD card, put a lens on, set it to auto mode, and go to town.

    So far have taken some nature photos, a bunch of sunset/sunrise photos, some photos of the ocean, and a bunch of fireworks on the 4th. I wouldn’t say that anything I’ve shot is ‘publication quality’, but it is plenty good enough to send to friends and family. The fireworks even turned out way better than expected with no fancy lenses or even a tripod.

    Also, the battery life on this camera is just unreal. I’ve had it for several months, and have taken roughly 2000 photos at various times and locations, and I finally, just now, need to charge the battery for the first time. If you are used to having to charge your phone every night, it’s a really nice change of pace to only have to charge your camera once in a blue moon.

    I am an amateur, but I can happily say that I am blown away with the quality of photos this camera can take at this price point. Would recommend to anyone else looking to dip their toes into the expensive world of photography.

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  7. Mr Vega

    Excelente já estou ganhando dinheiro com ele. Kkkk

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  9. GabeTC

    This is my brief review of the Nikon D3400, a bit of background, so I am photographer at a theme park I also do events on occasion and they supply us with mostly D3000 series cameras so I have 7 months of experience with D3100 D3200 D3300 and now the D3400 and all of them have proven to be durable and reliable with fantastic image quality. Now to go a bit more in depth with the D3400, so immediately I noticed how much quieter and faster the AF system was but it also had one issue right out of the box that scared me at first when I swapped lenses from the kit lens to a 35mm f1.8 lens I have the AF stopped working all of a sudden, I turned off the camera prior to swapping and I carefully removed the lens cap along with the inner cap for the 35mm and the AF worked fine but when I put the kit back on the AF was frozen like I could see it selecting the focus points but nothing happened, so I thought nothing at first and I switched it on and off and nothing happened so I removed the lens and put it back on and nothing happened and on the third attempt to remove the lens and put it back on it finally worked and hasn’t occurred again, so its not a big issue as it resolved it self but at the same time it may happen again. Image quality is amazing very very good even with the kit lens but low light is a little rough its a tad noisier then id like it was very similar in low light to a camera with a 1 inch sensor so i was quite surprised with the low light having the noise it did with it being a APS-C and a 1 inch sensor camera doing better. So going from a D3300 (Which we normally shoot with) to the D3400 you don’t see that massive of a upgrade actually its barely an upgrade I would personally just get the D3300 with the kit lens of the D3400 and you would be golden, however as a personal camera the snapbridge is amazing I used to hate the wifi from most cameras it was slow I had to fiddle through menus to get into it and it would never work but this is something else I simply turn the camera on take the shot turn it off and boom its already in my phones photo gallery automatically and since it saves a 2MP to your phone its not massive and wont take up much space but you can turn this setting off if you’d like but I can’t live without it now. Its super simple to use for someone just getting into photography and it works great for me as a backup cam for when I dont have my 5Dsr with me its also easier for travel being a tad smaller and having unbelievable image quality. It feels very solid in the hand the material its made of feels great and durable I would not think its weather sealed or shock proof but its not crappy and doesn’t feel cheap. So all in all its one great little camera I give it a 7 out of 10 kudos Nikon for making this little beauty. Now if you have a D3300 I would not suggest you upgrade to this you wont notice anything new other then the snap bridge and lack of a mic jack and slightly better battery I would consider your next upgrade to go up and beyond a D7200 because its the same sensor and processor the image quality will be the same.

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    Após muita pesquisa optei por adquirir esta câmera e estou plenamente satisfeito. A qualidade das fotografias me parece excelente, mesmo com a lente do kit 18-55, que utilizei bastante em recente viagem, permitindo fotos de perto e também com zoom. Muito nítidas, cores vivas e fiéis. Muito fácil de manejar a câmera, mesmo para um iniciante como eu. Adquiri, também, separadamente, a lente AF-S Nikkor de 35mm, que é excepcional, permitindo fotos ainda mais nítidas, mesmo em situações de pouca luz.

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  11. Ebenvenutti

    Excelente produto. Chegou antes do prazo em embalagem selada da Nikon, contendo todos os itens originais: câmera, bateria, lente, alça e carregador. NOTA DEZ.

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