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New Nikon entry-level D5600 is a "slightly" updated version of D5500

By Ciara Alarcon & Peter Chu - on 11 Nov 2016, 2:21pm

New Nikon entry-level D5600 is a "slightly" updated version of D5500

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Nikon's new entry-level D5600 camera shares a number of core components with the D5500, making it as a "slightly" updated version of the latter.

Like the old D5500, the Nikon D5600 has a 24.2MP APS-C image sensor with no low-pass filter, as well as an Expeed 4 image processor. Also, it has the same 100 to 25600ISO sensitivity, 39 autofocus points, and 5fps continuous shooting speed of its predecessor.

The D5600, however, now has a Bluetooth and NFC connectivity that will allow the camera to stay constantly connected to Nikon SnapBridge app on your smartphone for image backup purposes.

Still having a 3.2-inch Vari-angle touchscreen with 1.037-million-dots, the D5600 has been updated for better functionality. It now comes with a Frame Advance Bar slider that allows users to intuitively and quickly scroll through images. Additional feature also includes the new time-lapse movie mode.

Source: Nikon via TechRadar