The D5600 was originally announced in Europe and Asia late last year, but now - surprise surprise - it's coming to the USA. The D5600 sports a slimmed-down body compared to the D5500. We got our hands on it at CES.
In terms of specs, the D5600 offers only minor improvements over the D5500, but that's not a bad thing. The D5500 was a very fully-featured, enjoyable camera to use. Key features include a 24MP APS-C format sensor, and 39-point phase-detection autofocus system. ISO sensitivity spans 100-25600 and the D5600 can shoot at a maximum frame-rate of 5 fps.
The D5600 lacks a front control dial (you'll have to save up for a 7000-series body for that) but the rear control dial is large and well-placed for operation with your thumb. Control layout is typical Nikon, with a large exposure mode dial to the right of the pentaprism hump, and a toggle-style live view selection lever.
The built-in flash is operated with a button just above the lens release, and when the flash is popped-up, this button doubles as a flash exposure compensation control, in concert with the rear control dial. This view also shows labeling for the D5600's built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth features. The addition of Nikon's 'Snapbridge' suite is one of the few additional features compared to the D5500.
One of the major selling points of the D5000-series has always been the relatively small, lightweight camera bodies. The D5600 takes things even further in this direction, with a significantly downsized, monocoque body shell.Read More...
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