Why Nikon D5600 is one of the best DSLR Camera for serious Photography Enthusiasts, but is it for you?

 

Recently a friend reached out to figure out which camera is appropriate for her daughter, who is in School and has keen interest in Photography. She was mainly confused between Mirrorless and DSLR. We exchanged few chats on whatsapp and after a call, we reached to a conclusion for buying an entry level DSLR. Then we started exploring options across brands but photographer's mom has affinity towards Nikon. 


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During that research, we concluded to order Nikon D5600. I thought of dumping all key insights which helped us making the decision. Since such questions come multiple times, it's better to capture my thoughts about the camera. 


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The Nikon D5600 is a mid-range entry-level DX format DSLR camera which comes with 24MP CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter (OLPF).  Nikon D5600 has EXPEED 4 processor which helps in offering an ISO range of 100-25600 and 5 fps burst shooting. nikon D5600 has 39-point AF system, which can help tracking subjects in 3D. Other features include a fully articulating 3.2" touchscreen LCD, 1080/60p video support, and Wi-Fi with Bluetooth for a constant connection, plus NFC for quick pairing with Android devices.


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Let me list down reasons which makes D5600 a good entry level DSLR for a photography enthusiast :

1. Nikon D5600 has 24 Megapixel CMOS sensor

2. Nikon D5600 has rotatable LCD with touch screen, which offers great flexibility while shooting in odd locations, directions etc.  This LCD helps a lot in experimenting with different perspectives without exhausting physically. 

3. Nikon D5600 has 39 Focus Points gives huge flexibility in terms of aligning the focus more accurately without moving the camera or changing the composition. More the focus points, more flexibility you get and 39 is pretty significant number that way. 

4. Nikon D5600 offers ISO range of 100-25600, which is very encouraging for shooting in low light conditions. 

5. Nikon D5600 has wifi and bluetooth connectivity. 

6. Nikon D5600 has 5fps continuous shooting

7. Nikon D5600 has AE Bracketing, which is helpful in case of complex lighting situation. 

8. Nikon D5600 has flash coverage of 12 meters. 


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You may want to chose other camera over Nikon D5600, if following capabilities are important as well as deal-breaker for you :

1. It's little heavy but what it offers can't be found in camera with weight less than what Nikon D5600 is. 

2.  Nikon D5600 doesn't have in-body stabilisation, but this is something you will hardly get in any entry level DSLR.


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There are many obvious features offered by Nikon D5600, but hope above details will help you make your decision. 


If I may suggest, consider Nikon D5600 if weight is not so important factor for you. Nikon D5600 offers far more superior capabilities in comparison to Nikon D3500. 


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