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Last fall an update to the D3300 was released, the new Nikon D3400. I looked around and was able to find a couple of videos that go over the features and how it compares to the D3300, and also to the relatively new Canon T6.
In this video photographer, Chris Winter goes over the features in the Nikon D3400 as compared to upgrades from the D3300, and some pros and cons. He mentions the new Nikon app Snapbridge as one of them, which allows you to receive photos to your smartphone directly from the camera without wifi.
This next video compares the Nikon D3400 and the Canon T6 in several areas. See which one Chris rates on top:
In this last video you can see the D3400 in use in the field in more practical situations, and how it performs.
So if you are looking for an entry-level DSLR the Canon T6 or the Nikon D3400 might be for you. Have you given them a look? Which fits your needs and why? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.
Note: The D3400 also made this list: The 19 Most Popular DSLRs Among our Readers