Nikon D3500 + AF-P 18–55 Non-VR Kit – Black

We’ll kick things off the Nikon d3500 also known as the best beginner Nikon camera that can be found on the market in 2021

the new model has been redesigned almost completely the d3500 got a new body looks more elegant and modern with a row of keys on the left side of the screen completely removed this makes the device faster and easier to use

another improvement is the spring-loaded lever that activates the live view option located next to the shooting mode dial on the top of the camera

also taken from the d5600 model also included in the mix is the new old AFP nikor 18 55 millimeters three and a half to 5.6 g VR lens an ideal match for this fella because of the small size don’t let its dimensions fool you because afp models use a stepper motor that allows almost silent operation

there is almost no unpleasant buzzing sound of the autofocus motor when recording video and the focusing speed is improved when using a live view

Nikon D3500 + AF-P 18–55 Non VR Kit – Black – perfect search
Nikon D3500 + AF-P 18–55 Non VR Kit – Black – perfect search

they’re also optically better than the old afs versions behind the lens are a 24-megapixel dxcmos sensor without a low pass filter a multi-cam 1000 with 11 AF points set to mostly cover the center of the image and the 4 that calculates everything that happens in the frame so the hardware has remained unchanged and with the good simple reason it’s not broken so don’t fix it everything works quickly and accurately

it also offers a sufficient number of options the device is beginner-friendly as well as fairly priced furthermore the new body took away their receiver that was used to trigger the device via the remote control but the possibilities via the Bluetooth connection have been expanded

so with the help of the snap bridge app for ios and android in addition to assigning geo locations to photos and synchronizing time between two devices, you can now also shoot the camera

the autofocus system is responsive and quickly captures focus in conditions with a sufficient amount of light but as the light decreases it slows down

we advise you to use the center point only in low light conditions because it’ll give you the fastest and most accurate results good stuff a thumbs up from here

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.