The Best Nikon Cameras





The Best Nikon Cameras in 2016








While the camera market is feeling the pressure of smartphones having good photo-composition features, cameras have their own significant qualities that make them to stay forever. One of the best camera manufacturers releasing the best models today is Nikon, which is acknowledged for creating high-tech cameras at reasonable price ranges. Here are the best Nikon cameras that you can have this year:


1. Nikon D3400



This is Nikon’s entry-level DSLR camera, which is basically a modest update to the Nikon D3300, using the same easy-to-use interface, EXPEED 4 image processor, 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor and full HD video capture. With an ISO range of 100-25600, this camera sports an 11-point autofocus (AF) system, with the capacity to shoot continuously at 5 frames per second, and a Guide Mode that makes it easy for you to learn how to shoot in different situations. While it does not have Wi-Fi, it has Bluetooth connectivity for moving photographs to a smartphone or other compatible devices.


2. Nikon Coolpix A900


This camera is a slim, long-zoom compact camera that can fit comfortably into your pocket. But while it is small, the A900 packs an amazing 35x Optical Zoom NIKKOR glass lens that can easily reach faraway subjects. It is supported by a 20-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, which means that it can render amazing detail and quality, allowing you to capture 4K UHD videos at 30p, which is an impressive feature that is specially set for this lightweight compact camera. It also comes with a 3-inch tilting high-resolution 920k-dot LCD display, which can help you frame an image at any angle and navigate easily through multiple creative options at your heart’s content. Moreover, this camera makes it easier to share images and videos with its SnapBridge Wi-Fi system.


3. Nikon DL24-85



If you are a fan of compact cameras, then this camera is an ideal option, which comes with a fast 24-85mm equivalent F1.8-2.8 zoom lens (which can take macro shots at a life-size ratio and has a fluorine coating to repel oil and water) and a 20.8MP 1 inch-type sensor. It also comes with a hybrid AF system that uses 105 phase-detect and 171 contrast-detect points that allows the camera to shoot at 20 fps with continuous autofocus, with the help of its Expeed 6A processor. It allows you to compose photos on a tilting 3-inch OLED touchscreen display or an optional electronic viewfinder. And like other modern cameras, it supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth functions to maintain constant connection to other devices.


4. Nikon DL18-50


This camera shares a lot of similarities with the DL24-85, such as its sensor, lens, AF system, processor, tilting touchscreen display and connectivity features, though this one has a nano-crystal coating to reduce ghosting and flare. It can also record 4K/UHD videos at 30p and offers full manual exposure control and clean output over HDMI.


Now, if you have decided to hit the market and buy one of the newest cameras from Nikon this year, you can start shopping keeping in mind the ones listed above.



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