Nikon D3400 Price in Pakistan - 2 results

Nikon D3400 price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 46,999 to Rs. 53,999 with an estimated average price of Rs. 57,915

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Nikon D3400 Price in Pakistan, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Karachi, Faisalabad, Quetta and Peshawar. Find rates for Nikon D3400. Get Nikon D3400 rates, Nikon D3400 features, Nikon D3400 reviews, Nikon D3400 specs. Buy or Purchase Nikon …

Rs. 58,000

Rs. 53,999

Nikkon D3400 with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR

Nikkon D3400 with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR

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Welcome to photography.Before the D3400, you chose your smartphone camera for convenience. Zooming was clumsy. Shooting in low light was nearly impossible. Capturing fast action was a game of luck. But after the D3400, you'll see that you …

Rs. 46,999

Nikon D3400 Price in Pakistan - 2 results

Nikon D3400 price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 46,999 to Rs. 53,999 with an estimated average price of Rs. 57,915

Nikon D3400 Price List

Nikon D3400 Rs. 53,999
Nikkon D3400 with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR Rs. 46,999

Nikon D3400 Overview

Beautiful moments in your life are always worth sharing and preserving. Not a professional photographer? No problem! With Nikon's beginner-level D3400 DSLR camera, you can capture and immortalize the beautiful and important moments in your life and share them right away with your friends and family. Perfect for the ones wanting to take their first step into the world of DSLR photography. Check out Nikon D3400 prices in Pakistan and read on for more information.

Nikon D3400 Pros and Cons



High ISO performance

Guide mode for beginners


Non-touch, fixed LCD

Nikon D3400 Description

Target Market

Nikon marketed its D3400 as an entry-level DSLR for beginners and experienced DSLR enthusiasts. Nikon introduced its D3400 with SnapBridge in August 2016. It is one of the best entry-level cameras that is incredibly easy to use even for a first-timer and small enough to be taken just anywhere. Though it cant be compared to Nikon's mid-level or above cameras, it does what it says and delivers great results. 

Design & Display

Featuring a delightfully compact monocoque structure, it has a screen size of 3.0-inch and a respectable resolution of 921,000 dots. There is no articulating or touchscreen in D3400 and neither an automatic sensor cleaning. The camera comes with great battery life, good image quality and a solid autofocus system, With an ISO of 100-25600, it is a 24.2-megapixel DX-format F-mount DSLR camera, fully capable of shooting Full HD 1080/60p videos. 


Both the viewfinder and LCD are quite satisfactory at this level. The viewfinder displays approximately 95% of the scene and is based on a pentamirror construction. However, a 100% coverage would have been more satisfying.


it is paired with Nikon's EXPEED 4 processing engine, that allows 5fps burst shooting and Full HD video recording up to a splendid 60p. Though you cant shoot videos in 4K with the Nikon D3400 but then not many entry-level DSLRs have this feature anyway. Nikon got rid of the Optical Low-Pass Filter and thankfully you can now capture more detail and crisper images with this camera. It also offers Effects mode with different options like Toy Camera, Night Vision, Miniature Effect, Illustration, and Super Vivid, perfect for those who like to customise and tailor their photos/videos into more distinct styles. 


With its 11-point AF system and 3D tracking technology, you can set the camera to continuously focus on a subject. The camera can also continue to autofocus while recording videos and in live view. You can also focus manually by selecting manual focus option through the menu. D3400 quickly acquires your subject and yields focus precision, even in low light situations and high-speed shootings. Immortalize your precious moments through the quiet and high-speed AF operation with comfortable and easy movie recording.


Nikon D3400 is a bit lighter than the earlier D3300 and also has longer battery life. The battery offers 1200 frames per charge, which is way better than its predecessor D3300, that stood at a mere 700 frames per charge. It is also much more than what the average mirrorless cameras are offering. 


Nikon hasn't included Wi-Fi in this model but it allows wireless image transmission through the SnapBridge feature that keeps the camera always connected to Bluetooth via a constant Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) connection. The constant but minimal energy use, allows you to carry on clicking and sharing without excessive battery consumption on neither the camera nor the connected devices. 

Data Transfer

Collaborating with the SnapBridge app, the D3400 automatically transfers the pictures to your smart devices, so you can share them online in a heartbeat! SnapBridge can also automatically upload your pictures to Nikon Image Space, that is Nikon's very own photo-sharing service. However, you cannot transfer videos from this camera. 

Remote Shooting

Though the DSLR doesn't allow remote access or control of the camera's shooting settings in any way, optional ML-L3 Wireless Remote Control is available for remote shooting. With SnapBridge you can also access your camera via your smart device even when the camera is switched off.

Guide Mode

For a better understanding of the camera and to help first-timers know the nitty-gritty of their prized possession, Nikon D3400 comes with a Guide mode feature. It teaches users the basics of operating the camera and assists them in taking great shots in a variety of situations. 

Nikon D3400 Specifications

  • Sensor: 24.2MP Nikon DX format CMOS sensor
  • Viewfinder: 95% frame coverage, 0.85x magnification.
  • Screen: 3 inch TFT-LCD
  • Autofocus: 11-area AF system
  • Processor: EXPEED 4
  • ISO Sensitivity: 100 - 25,600
  • Highest Video Recording: Full HD 1080/60p
  • Burst Rate: 5 frames per second
  • Battery: 1200 frames per charge
  • Storage: SD/SDHC/SDXC
  • Weight: 395 g