This Entry-Level Camera Offers Boosted White Balance and Low-Light Imaging

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Aug 18, 2016
References: nikonusa & engadget
The selection of a good entry-level camera is crucial as it can make the difference between a budding photographer quickly honing their skills or dropping out of the hobby altogether.

At a price of only $650 inclusive of a kit lens, the Nikon D3400 is perfect for people looking to graduate away from smartphone cameras to real photography. This entry-level camera comes equipped with a 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and an Exspeed 4 processor that promises boosted white balance performance, not to mention higher quality of images in low-light situations. The camera is also capable of sharing and transferring data over low-energy Bluetooth.

With a healthy suite of features and an unintimidating interface, this entry-level camera promises to help you get started in DSLR photography.