| Nikon D3500 18-55mm AF-P VR Lens Kit |
Redesigned camera body makes the D3500 Nikon's "most portable entry-level DSLR ever"
12.9-ounce (365-gram) camera body weight
24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor
Native ISO range of 100-25,600
5 frames per second continuous shooting
Live View shooting with face-detect and subject-tracking autofocus
Full HD video recording at up to 60 frames per second
Guide Mode helps new photographers learn the ropes
Built-in Bluetooth and Nikon SnapBridge compatibility
1,550-shot battery life
Free 2 Year Warranty £340.00 (Including VAT at 20%)
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| The difference is in the details|
The image sensor in the D3500 is approximately 15 times larger than those used in typical smartphones. That means much sharper, clearer photos with richer detailsphotos that immediately grab attention and get likes.
| Colors that pop in any light|
Inside every DSLR is a specialized computer that fine-tunes the settings for each shot. Nikon's renowned EXPEED image processing system is built upon a rich history of imaging know-how, and it helps the D3500 take beautifully vibrant photos and videos in nearly any condition.
| Picture after amazing picture|
Some of the best moments only last a split second. Press and hold the shutter button on the D3500 and capture up to 5 frames per second at full resolution with tack-sharp focus, ensuring you land the shot that matters.
| Fast, accurate focusing|
Unlike typical smartphones, fast-moving subjects are no problem for the D3500. 11 autofocus points are spread across the frame, and fulltime AF locks onto your subject and keeps it in focus while you capture amazing shot after shot.
| The D3500 has a DX-format (APS-C) CMOS image sensor with 24.2 million effective pixels, the same resolution as the Nikon D3400. Nikon says that the D3500 sensor is updated compared to its predecessor, although it's unclear precisely what this means as it offers the same megapixel count and ISO range -- 100 to 25,600. We lauded the D3400 for its image quality, so we expect similar or perhaps even better images from the D3500.|
Regarding shooting features, the camera can record full-resolution files at up to five frames per second, which is reasonably good for an entry-level camera and the same speed as the D3400. It will be interesting to see if the D3500 offers any sort of improved buffer depths compared to its predecessor. (We'll find that out once we get a production unit into the lab.)