Nikon D5600 – Mid-Range Compact SLR Review

Nikon D5600 – Mid-Range Compact SLR Review

The Nikon D5600 is a solid entry-level DSLR with a 24MP sensor that (body only) costs $700 ($41,500). Let’s look at it in more detail.

Nikon D5600 - Mid-Range Compact SLR Review

Reflex compact camera Nikon D5600 — Reviews

Recently released full-frame cameras include the $4500 Sony A9 (RUR 266,200), the $1950 Leica TL2 (RUR 115,400) and the $15,000 Red Raven Camera kit (RUR 887,300) . But, all these are professional cameras, not everyone can afford them and not everyone needs them, so Nikon introduced the new D5600.

I tested it and here are my impressions.

Nikon D5600 Compact SLR Camera Reviews

Nikon D5600 design and comfort

The Nikon D5600 is in many ways similar to its predecessor, the D5500. Still the same all-black, compact and lightweight camera with an interchangeable lens and a comfortable grip familiar to all owners of Nikon’s DX series cameras.

The body dimensions are the same as those of the D5500: 12.4 x 9.7 x 7.1 cm. The D5600 weighs 465 grams with battery, which is heavier than competing mirrorless cameras, but its battery is rated for 970 shots – other cameras the indicator is 2 times worse.

Nikon D5600 design and comfort

Camera in practice

In my testing, I used the 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5G ED ($53,200), 16-80mm f/2.8-4E ED for ($63,300), and 35mm f/1.8G ($11 900 rubles).

Nikon D5600 is a good camera, but a lot depends on the lens, so I recommend buying them separately.

The D5600 retains the pop-up flash, unlike Nikon’s more expensive modern cameras. The optical viewfinder is a pentamirror with 95% coverage. The rear panel features the same tilting 3.2-inch LCD touchscreen as its predecessor.

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