A guide on how to turn on Bluetooth on the Nikon D3500 DSLR.
Nikon D3500 Tips & Tricks
Tips, tricks, accessories, and reviews related to how to use the Nikon D3500 DSLR.
The Nikon D3500 doesn’t offer the option to choose a different aspect ratio when taking photos, but here’s a partial workaround that works for small numbers of images at a time.
Here are some quick, easy, and free ways to find the shutter count of a Nikon D3500 without installing new software or learning new command-line code.
By default, the Nikon D3500’s Live View will turn itself off after 10 minutes. You can bump that up to a maximum of 30 minutes.
It is possible to use a Nikon D3500 as a webcam or for real-time capture to a computer. But you’ll have to manually reset the Live View every 30 minutes. And it’s not quite as simple as just plugging your camera in with a USB cable.
You can’t charge the Nikon D3500’s battery in the camera. So here’s a rundown of your options.
The Nikon D3500 has several options you can choose relating to image quality, image file formats, and size. Here’s a rundown of what they mean and which is best for what.
There are a few different ways to change aperture on the Nikon D3500. Which method you use depends on the lens and shooting mode you’re using. Here’s a guide.
The Lv Live View toggle has moved for the Nikon D3500. Here’s where to find it.
The answers to some common questions I’ve gotten from readers about the Nikon D3500 DSLR camera.
A rundown of some of the good options for batteries and chargers that are compatible with the Nikon D3500, including Nikon’s own as well as some good ones from aftermarket manufacturers.
A practical guide on how to change ISO on a Nikon D3400, including manual and Auto ISO options.
Remember those time and date stamps that you used to be able to get embedded in the bottom corner of your prints? The Nikon D3500 can do that too. Here’s how it works.
Here are some practical recommendations for which SD cards work well in the Nikon D3500 DSLR.
Here are some samples of photos I’ve taken with Nikon’s AF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR to give a sense of how it performs in real-world shooting.
Here are some practical examples that show the zoom range of the Nikon 18-55mm lens in case you’re trying to decide which lens bundle to go with.