The Nikon D3400 is the best entry-level DSLR for those looking to improve their photography and learn the ins and outs of tweaking camera settings. The D3400 has some of the best image quality we’ve ever seen at this price, along with excellent battery life, Bluetooth connectivity, 1080/60p video, silent autofocus for video, easy-to-use controls, and a Guide Mode to help you learn—and it’s widely available for less than Rs 30,788 (Without Extra Lens Kit) .
Nikon continues to put better sensors into its entry-level cameras than main rival Canon, which means you get cleaner images when you shoot in low light and can capture a wider range of darks and lights in a single photo. Add to that a superior kit lens and a mode specifically designed to teach beginners how to shoot and you end up with a camera that makes it easier for beginners to capture better images.
Nikon D3400 Tutorial For Beginners (Buttons, Dials & Settings)
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If you already know your way around a camera, the Pentax K-S2 offers powerful features in an affordable package: Wi-Fi/NFC for transferring images wirelessly to your phone, a better viewfinder, autofocus and image stabilization for older lenses, and tools to aid with manual focus for when you want it. But that all comes with a much steeper learning curve, as the Pentax lacks anything like Nikon’s Guide Mode to help new users figure out their camera. While the K-S2 was initially too expensive to make it a worthy contender, its price has dropped considerably since our last update. Pentax models are more prone to dramatic price freefalls than nearly any other manufacturer.