We already reported that Nikon will update several more cameras including Nikon D810, D750, D610 and the entry-level D3300. The official name of D3300 successor is NOT confirmed yet, but it is expected to be called D3500, not D3400, just like the D5500 (jumped past D5400 from D5300) and the D500 (jumped past D400 from D300S).
According to the report coming out of NikonRumors, the Nikon D3500 DSLR camera will have the same 24.2MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor as the D3300 and it will be compatible with SnapBridge to maintain a constant link to a smartphone or tablet. In addition, Nikon D3500 will NOT have the 4K feature and it is highly likely that this new Nikon D3500 camera will be announced around Photokina 2016.
Nikon D3500 Rumored Specs:
- 24MP sensor
- SnapBridge compatible
- No 4k video
- The D3xxx line will remain DSLR and will not go mirrorless
- Announcement before Photokina, delayed because of SnapBridge issues
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