Nikon has long held a solid position in the entry-level DSLR segment with its D3xxx series of cameras. For a while now, the Nikon D3300 has been the go-to choice for many, since it offers much better features and performance for the price than Canon's 1200D. Canon's rebuttal arrived last year in the form of the 1300D, which added Wi-Fi connectivity for your smart devices. Nikon obviously wasn't going to sit idly by, and in August, the company announced the D3400, which also offers wireless connectivity.
But how much of an upgrade is it from its predecessor? And should current owners of the D3300 consider upgrading? Let's find out.