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Nikon D3500

The D3500 takes over from 2016's D3400 as the entry-point to Nikon's DSLR range. As such it's the cheapest DSLR Nikon offers, costing around £120 less than the more advanced D5600. While the D3500 doesn't differ all that much internally from the D3400, on the outside it's all change with the newer model being smaller and lighter, while also gaining some distinct handling advantages thanks to a redesigned body and control layout.

Features

The D3500 is built around a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor and Nikon's EXPEED 4 image processor – a pairing that has served a number of other Nikon DSLRs extremely well in recent years. While effective resolution is identical to both the D3400 and D5600, Nikon has

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