Nikon D5600 Review

Nikon D5600 Review

Nikon D5600 a latest addition to Nikon’s D5000-Series Camera Club is a great addition to Nikon DSLR pack. The D5600 is a unique camera in the sense that it initiates the basics of a beginner level DSLR camera along with easy user interface and handling. The camera is worth buying in the sense that it combines the best attributes of previous version which include low end beginner camera functions, friendly interface, variable-angle screens and small size range is ideal for first-timer camera users and photography enthusiasts.

An important factor that makes this camera worth buying include the DX-format, 24.2MP image sensor with compatibility for Nikon F lenses.

With 18-55mm lens achieve flexible viewing and shooting performances as per your desired views. However, the camera does not beat the sharpness of a mirrorless camera, but the response and speed of the Live View autofocus is very effective.

The touch control of the camera is highly recommendable and offers perfect image capturing of your desired object on the screen in a single shot action. However limited external control is provided by the camera.

The camera is powered by a Expeed 4image processing technology, with a 1/4,000 sec to 30 sec, Bulb shutter speed.

Based on a solid picture-perfect technology the camera prides a great mixture for focus, white balance and exposure system. So, you can leave the camera to work in the right settings and it will deliver unfailingly.

The camera also enables 5fps continuous shooting speed which is quite acceptable for photographical beginners. The camera provides good image quality and chains at maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080 with 60, 50, 30, 25 or 24p.

The camera also enables quick frame rates, great image stability, and ISO range from 100-25,600. The ISO range although is relatively low as compared to other counterparts but works fine for learning the basics of photography.

The main plus point of the camera include 3.2-inch, vari-angle, touch-sensitive, 1,037k-dot LCD screen with touch display. The camera provides a powerful Eye-level pentamirror viewfinder, with a good 95% coverage.

The camera with 39 autofocus points with 9 cross-type points that are evenly and intelligently placed for precise focusing that provide astonishing solid results.

However, the Snapbridge system is less impressive. It works with good for Android smartphones, but it requires a more complex operation with iPhones.

If you are looking for a compact size, affordable image camera, then D5600 is a perfect option for you. The camera provides stability, robustness, simple controls that make it a good tool to learn the basics of DLSR photography.