Based on 57 reviews
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- Great for beginners
- Lightweight and easy to carry around
- Excellent photo quality
- Easy to use
- Comes with a kit lens
Consider buying a D5500 instead
I purchased this camera (with the 18-55mm VR kit lens) from Amazon in order to replace a much-loved D5100 that was stolen. The camera has all the plusses I loved in the D5100, especially its light weight and reticulating LCD. In addition, the basic D5600 kit now includes the much-improved 18-55mm VR...
The 7 Best DSLR Cameras - Spring 2022
For those who prefer Nikon's ergonomics and menu system or who already have some Nikon lenses, consider the Nikon D5600. It doesn't support 4k video like the Canon EOS Rebel T8i does. However, if you're mainly interested in photography, this is a great alternative with an even better battery life and a slightly more lightweight construction
Nikon D5600 Review
The Nikon D5600 SLR undercuts its predecessor's asking price and doesn't skimp on features, but still lags behind competing Canon models when it comes to Live View autofocus. Sign up for Lab Report to get the latest reviews and top product advice delivered right to your inbox. This newsletter may contain advertising, deals, or affiliate links
Photo quality is awesome! Great camera!
My first “real” camera and I am super excited about it. I ordered it on a Friday and it was delivered the very next day which was totally awesome because it wasn’t supposed to be delivered until Sunday so getting it a day early was cool. And for the picture quality it is just amazing. I went with th...
Nikon D5600 "User Guide": How To Setup Your New DSLR
! Now it's good.! It's not the best, but it's going to do the job.
The 7 Best Travel Cameras - Spring 2022
So if you don't want to deal with switching out batteries or rechargeable battery packs, the Nikon D5600 is one of the best DSLRs we've tested for travel, thanks in part to its incredible battery life, which is advertised to last for about 970 photos. In real-world usage, you can easily make a full charge last across multiple days, depending on how frequently you use it. It's also one of the more portable DSLRs we've tested
Give yourself a few months sabbatical to learn this "beginners" camera.
This is a move up from my Nikon Coolpix L120 which I did not bother to learn very well. I miss 35mm film and my Nikon FE. If you really want to learn photography, composition and some art, use an old fashion 4x5 view camera. You can, no must, learn exposure, aperture, shutter speed, ISO, aka, film s...
A great, mid-range DSLR, easy to use, takes great photos
Great camera and a long awaited upgrade to my aging Nikon D90. So easy to use touch screen. Snapbridge works smoothly with my iPhone 6s. US-market item with full USA warranty. Fast, light, takes great pictures and is easy to use. Loving it so far! I bought the kit with the 18-55VR lens and the whole...
Nikon D5600 review: Still a fine dSLR for the money
That's a great choice for typical family photography with solid photo quality. The body is unchanged, it's quite straightforward to use and very similar to its cheaper sibling, the D 3400, but with some extra buttons and switches, I still don't like Nikon's flat multi-way controller and will complain about it every single time. The small size means it's got
The 4 Best DSLR Cameras For Beginners - Spring 2022
Unfortunately, it doesn't have 4k video capability for those interested in taking high-resolution travel videos. That said, it can still record high-quality 1080p video. Overall, if you want a capable DSLR that's fairly portable, takes great images, and has a ton of lens options, this is a solid choice