Today Nikon has announced an updated version of the existing Nikon D3300, called the Nikon D3400, the DSLR includes a lot of the same features, but with some more connectivity options to make the camera more useful on the go.

The D3400 does this via the Nikon SnapBridge service.

With this, it uses a Bluetooth LE connection to talk to your smartphone and allow you to sync photos, and sync the location and time data of the photos between your phone and camera.

From the app, you can also share your shots, without needing to go back home and do it from your computer.

Sadly, this model does not allow for the WiFi remote control functions that the high-range Nikon DSLRs have.

On top of that, the companion app is only available on Android, however, Nikon has said that iOS support will be coming by the end of August 2016.

The D3400 also features a 24-megapixel sensor and an ISO range of up to 25,600.

The Nikon D3400 will be available from September 15th, and will be priced at £399 for the body only, or £469 for the model with an 18-55 kit lens.

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