A new starter dSLR from Nikon. I’m Fred Fishkin with BootCamp, your Techstination for gadgets and gear. It has a generous 24 megapixel APS-C sized sensor, is small and light for a true dSLR and with a kit lens sells for under 500 dollars. For families or students looking to move up from smartphone photography, the D3400 from Nikon makes a lot of sense. Senior Product Manager Lindsay Silverman…
“My favorite feature, the guide mode, it takes those beginner consumers who are sort of intimidated about dSLR photography and it allows them, through a navigation guide system, to learn how to set the camera. And we use very, very straight forward language. No complicated terms like depth of field. We say do you want to blur the background.”
You’ll see a big difference in quality…..and still, via a Bluetooth low energy connection…be able to quickly share pictures through your smartphone. You can find us at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.