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Nikon D3400 w/ AF-P DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens

Nikon D3400 w/ AF-P DX 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Lens

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Compact, lightweight, and intuitive to control, the Nikon D3400 offers a great introduction to the world of DSLRs. It features a 24.2MP sensor with no optical low-pass filter for sharp image quality and excellent color and depth, along with a native ISO range from 100 to 25,600 for reliable performance, even in low-light conditions Read More

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Dmada
3
Sep 13, 2018
I have one of these and I love it. I think I paid $499 for the two lens kit at Target during a holiday sale. Complaints - no mic jack, no auto cleaning sensor. Other than that, I love it. The Bluetooth can be quirky with new IOS updates, but generally works fine. Great starter camera.
captgetto
0
Feb 4, 2018
So af-p lenses work? I thought only af-s worked
I've got this same camera with an AF-P 18-55 that works great, AF-S also works great.
Zootan5
3
Dec 24, 2017
Keep in mind this is an "international spec" (see description) camera and it is my understanding that cameras such as these, also referred to as "gray market" don't carry a USA warranty.
Jaysun
1855
Dec 28, 2017
That is correct Zootan5.
idarerick
167
Dec 23, 2017
Prices reflected as of Sunday 12/17

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Jaysun
1855
Dec 28, 2017
Thanks idarerick!
Omniseed
1971
Mar 24, 2018
You rock. Thanks for the help
wed08
7
Dec 20, 2017
This one is an old camera. I'd like to see the drop for Nikon D5600 body only.
pkirby
13
Feb 5, 2018
+1, Ken Rockwell is a shill. Worthless and contradictory reviews, but remains relevant by keeping his website associated with search results.
McJimmis
157
Mar 29, 2018
Haha. RockWell is ok if you know his biases. Reading his reviews crack me up sometimes. I’m sure he says this is the only camera you’d ever need unless you were shooting full time sports photography. lol
Barondla
146
Oct 1, 2017
This collapsible lens has image stabilization and manual focus. In the past Nikon lenses always had switches on the lens to turn image stabilization on/off and to pick between auto and manual focus. How are those things accomplished with this lens? Thanks.
yslee
88
Dec 20, 2017
Menu system.
Barondla
146
Dec 20, 2017
Thanks. Hadn't thought of that.
reyhan_gabriels
0
Aug 5, 2017
why i buy this need to Verify in my email..??
RayF
22299
Mar 31, 2018
So they can tell you shipping has been delayed!
I actually own this camera (got a deal with the second lens at a total cost of $550USD!) It's a very good camera; and it's my first Nikon. I had only ever had Canon DSLRs before that, though at one point when I lived overseas I had a Nikon point and shoot. Overall I'm pleased with it, but it takes some learning. I'm not happy with the AWB settings, but I'm sure I can fix that in the menus. Having to "unlock" the lens and slide it to extension before you can take pictures is a little weird, but not that bad.
Dragon1291
61
Jul 28, 2017
For $600.00 on amazon you get two lenses. The second zoom lens normally goes for $350.00.
Lav1sh
5
Aug 4, 2017
At Costco it's at $600 with 2 lenses, 2 batteries, 32GB SD Memory Card, a carry bag and 90 return guarantee. Better overall deal, but if you have the glass and and just want this camera with an included lens this is better.
MysticSolar
39
Jun 21, 2017
What do you guys think about this compared to all the $430 bundles of the D3300 on ebay? They come with a bunch more stuff but most of it is mostly nonsense it looks like.
Looking to buy my very first serious camera.
888Slade
0
Jul 29, 2017
What is your budget??
JoshMuhFuggah
4
Aug 1, 2017
The bundles on Amazon/Ebay are usually not the best. They include a lot of pieces, but the individual pieces are usually a lot of poor quality parts. I'm not sure of your skill level, but to really get started with one of these cameras, you really only need the camera and a few basic lenses, and then just go out and take lots of pictures. Once you find that you're limited by the equipment, then buy the accessories you need. My first 'serious' camera was the Nikon D3300, refurbished from Nikon ebay, a new NIkkor 18-55/f3.5 zoom lens, and a new Nikkor 55-200/f4.0 zoom lens. I think that set was around $400 USD. That's all I had for 8 months and often had better pictures than my friends who had a lot of gear, but didn't know what they were doing with it. I think my next purchase was a $15 lens hood, $50 polarizer, a better camera strap, and a 50mm/f1.8 lens for $100.
If you do go with one of these ebay/amazon sets, at the very least make sure the lenses are a good manufacturer and decent quality. If not, you'll likely find yourself wanting the better quality version in the future.
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