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D5600 Dx-Format Digital Slr Body

d5600 dx format digital slr body

D5600 DX-format Digital SLR Body

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  • 24.2MP DX format CMOS sensor
  • Ex peed 4 image processor; approx.; 0.82 x (50 millimeter f/1.4 lens at infinity, 1.0 meter (1))
  • 3.2 inches 1.037 meter dot VARI angle touchscreen. Max video clip length: 1920 x 1080: 29 minutes, 59 seconds
  • Full hd 1080p video recording at 60 fps. Bluetooth version 4.1
  • Snap bridge Bluetooth and Wi-Fi with NFC

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Brand : Nikon
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,DSLR Cameras
Rating : 4.5
Review Count : 199

d5600 dx format digital slr body
d5600 dx format digital slr body
d5600 dx format digital slr body

D5600 DX-format Digital SLR Body

  • I bought this camera upgrading from my d5100 (which I have also loved for the past 5 years). I use my cameras almost exclusively for macro photography of bugs, frogs, plants, etc and occasionally switch on my telescopic lens for some larger or harder to reach critters. These pictures were taken under a manual setting with a 100mm Tokina macro lens, and only the first spider picture I posted had any editing or cropping done.I\'m writing this after one month of use, having snapped several hundred creepy crawlies and I have nothing but good things to say about it.Moving from a previous iteration Nikon there is basically no learning curve. The interface and options are simple, streamlined, yet very in depth. Simple enough that you can pick it up and use it as a point and shoot, streamlined in that all the menu options are easy to find and alter, and has the same depth that you would find in a pro model. I\'m not going to focus on too much technical jargon as I am only a hobbyist myself.On to the good stuff. This camera is light, but doesn\'t feel cheap. I wouldn\'t put it through any serious abuse, it\'s still a precision instrument, but you\'re not going to feel like you\'re holding a toy. I\'m six foot and it fits comfortably in my hands, with all buttons and dials intuitively placed, but if you have some massive paws it might feel a little small.The screen is large and super sharp. It also swivels to any angle so you can hold the camera above your head or take a picture of yourself and know exactly what you\'re shooting. It\'s also touchscreen allowing you to change all your options or pinch zoom on your shots, making it feel almost like a smart phone.Speaking of smart phones, this camera has Bluetooth and wifi capabilities, letting you easily transfer pictures from the camera to your phone or device with the Snapbridge app. You can even use your phone as a remote to take pictures from a distance, or if you want to minimize any shaking that might happen in hand. While Bluetooth will reduce any image to 2mb, you can transfer the full size image through wifi. If you\'re like me and take a dozen shots of the same subject I would recommend turning off the auto transfer. If you\'re social media crazy leave it on and have all your pictures sent directly to your phone, ready to post to the world. But be aware this will use up the battery quicker. As far as the battery goes, I\'ve taken hundreds of pictures without having to recharge, though I generally use the viewfinder and mostly use the screen only to review my work.I can\'t really comment on the video as I mostly use it for stills, but from what I have seen it is quite capable of doing some great videography.The image quality is stellar and rivals what any pro camera was doing a couple years ago. While 24mp might not sound like a lot where some phones or point and shoots claim 32mp, the number of mp is not a tell all. We also have to look at the size of the sensors, which are going to be much larger on this camera, giving you far superior quality images than those stuffed in a smaller device.If you\'re a more technical photographer or just trying to learn, this camera has a bevy of options to explore. Variable image quality, HDR, a huge ISO range, on board editing, various effects, and near limitless tuning in terms of how you want to shoot.Overall, this is a great camera. On top of that it\'s a great value. Just make sure you\'re getting the right kind of lens for what you plan on shooting.
  • I\'ve owned Nikons since 1962 but this will likely be my last one. We want to do some extensive travel in 2018 and wanted a larger sensor camera with the ability to easily connect to a smartphone and tablet for sharing and backup. Nikon forces you to go through their Snapbridge app for both. Using the bluetooth side for recording pictures was incredibly tedious and required \'forgetting\' the camera multiple times in order to reconnect. Never could establish a wi-fi connection. I would be happy just to have wi-fi but all connectivity requires Snapbridge. No workaround that I have found. Camera firmware is up to date. I worked for over an hour recently when Nikon released version 2.0.3 in another effort to make things work. All I accomplished was running a fully charged battery down to nothing in that period of time because of bluetooth and wi-fi energy demands. I wish I had paid more attention to the bad reviews here and on other forums but I really believed the app couldn\'t be that bad. It is. I own a Panasonic Lumix travel camera and a Lumix bridge camera and I have no problem connecting them to other devices with wi-fi. At this point the new D5600 will stay on the shelf and the Panasonics will be going with us. I hope Nikon resolves its Snapbridge issues before other faithful customers start looking elsewhere.EDIT July 2019: My original review was from Nov. 2017. In May 2019 Nikon finally issued a firmware update to the D5600 which allows a smoother wifi connection option. I installed the update and now can establish a wifi connection with little to no issue. But even with the update, Nikon\'s instructions don\'t seem to apply to all smart devices. I have a a phone operating on Android 8.1.0 and ended up writing my own step by step instructions which work well. Based on the firmware update, I\'ve raised my evaluation to 4 stars. That might have been five stars if it wasn\'t for the fact that features on the Lumix and Sony cameras I\'ve been using are superior to Nikon\'s efforts, even with the firmware update. Too bad it\'s taken Nikon almost two years to catch up with its competition.
  • I recently purchased this entry level DSLR to learn more about photography and to improve my skills and below is my full review.Pros:1. Image Quality: The 24.2MP sensor provides sharp and crispier images compared to other entry level models2. Touch screen Interface: The touch screen interface is a nice to have in a camera and toggling through images is seamless and easy. The large touch screen really helps to adjust Aperture and shutter settings and the flip out feature is cool as well.3. SnapBridge: Transfer of files from the Camera to the device is seamless through SnapBridge although I haven’t tried using Snap Bridge for remote capture.Cons:1. Image Stabilization: There is no image stabilization in this camera. There is a possibility for the images to shake a bit here and there. This was a problem for me when I tried to shoot in low light during sunset and sunrise.2. No Autofocus Motor: This camera doesn’t have the autofocus motor in it’s body which means that I need an AF-S lens instead of an AF. I was looking to buy the Nikon 50 mm f/1.8G and there was a $90 difference in price between the AF-S and AF models. I can still use the AF lens and manually focus but I don’t want to shoot fast moving objects using manual focus.Final Verdict:There are so many other features which the D5600 offers and I would say the pros outweigh the cons. I would definitely recommend this camera for people who are looking to purchase their first DSLR. Even though it might be pricier for an entry level model, if you can afford it and then go for it.

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