The Nikon D5600 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 24 megapixels manufactured from 2016. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 25600 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 5 FPS x 8 RAW, 100 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 545 €;
36 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10
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Opinion:Overall, great camera. For the price it is today (under 450 euros) I think it is the best you can find. With its original battery it lasts a lot (at a party I made more than a thousand RAW shots, some even with built-in flash, and the battery was at just under half). Unfortunately with the external flash does not support the HSS, but this is a feature of the entire 3000 and 5000 series. In conclusion, if you want to take an entry level room, THE FULL TIP.
sent on December 02, 2019
Pros:Lightness, file quality, orientable display.
Cons:For its category nothing.
Opinion:After using several times the D5500 borrowed from my wife, I decided to take this D5600 to take with me when I need lightness and small size . The quality of the sensor is equal to that of the older sisters, good iso sealing and shadow recovery. Af is also quite fast on par with the D810 I tried it with the 300 f4 , the 80/ 200 afs 2.8 and some sigma Art. Very good also the ergonomics for such a small body.
Pros:lightness, display, ease of use, small size, great sensor, 39 autofocus points
Cons:The proximity sensor keeps the touch on but not the monitor when you look from the crosshairs, so sometimes you touch the display with your nose and move a few parameters, ridiculous buffers,
Opinion:Bought to take advantage of Nikon's cashback to get rid of a goal, with the intention of selling it, i was literally surprised. It works that is wonderful, very light, very small, I took it with me practically everywhere leaving the 7200 or the 750 often at home preferring lightness (especially when I go on the mountain trails). The autofocus is very fast, the 39 points are comfortable and there is also the possibility of touch to focus that is not cheap. The monitor is spectacular, I wonder why it does this kind of tilting only on this machine and does not propose it on the others as Canon has done for years. The dial is nice soft but precise, the possibility, the customization of the keys does not make you regret the second ring, using the machine in a or p is very comfortable. Unique precisely from my point of view, the real difference from the other its there is notice when doing photo hunting, the burst is also acceptable (if not in live view) but the capacity of the buffer is really limited, even using the lexar 1000 that I still do 5/6 photos and already you're still. But moreover, it is still an entry level, so for me it is approved with flying colors, I definitely will not change it, it is easier that I will sell the 7200 than this! I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to enter the world of reflex photography, but also to those who would like a mirrorless in their kit, go and see it because it is worth it!
Opinion:Hi everyone, I wanted to ask... Does this Nikon D5600 have a chance to be connected to a range meter? I ask why I was literally screwed by the purchase of the D3500 (purchased especially for astrophotography), which does not have the connector to connect any remote control. Amazing!!!!! Thanks to those who will be able to answer me, hello.
Pros:All, among the best of his band (APS/DX just beyond the entry level).
Cons:Nothing, unless you claim things that are beyond that band of belonging. Points irrelevant to me but important to many: does not have the depth of field button, it seems to have a poor Snapbridge support, is sub-par for Video, has a live view not excelled, not by Autofocus possibilities for lenses that do not have internal .
Opinion:After a year and a half of intensive use as a second body, it is a machine on which I find no flaws. To tell the truth, for its practicality, lightness, and surrender... it has become the first body of use. Weighs little more than a feather, including the lenses with which the most frequently used: 18-55 AFP-DX VR (had in kit and excellent), 35 1.8 dx, 50 1.4 G. The weight is reasonable even with the massive 28-300 VR, which incidentally makes it fine, more on her than on the D800 while losing the wide by 28 (on the other hand you earn 450 mm equivalent with some sharp shots even at 1/10!). The quality of the shots is excellent in the Raw as well as in the JPG: tone, contrast, micro-contrast, color. The JPG engine is so good that if you shoot Raw + jpg It is easy to not have virtually the first (unless there are high series burns or unless you are more than ISO 2000 about). It is of limited size and much greater discretion than a D800. Enter a small handbag. Even in a large pouch if with short things like the 35 1.8 or as the 50 1.4 G. Neck ache and wrist cramps become a memory. It's accurate, fast, flawless. Very rare autofocus errors and lost shots (when there are, is my mistake). Together with AF-P lenses it allows to shoot at 1/5 freehand at 82 mm equivalent (7-8 shots out of 10 are sharp). The high ISO seal is very good in jpg and absolutely excellent from Raw post-product (with valid software, be it clear). Using techniques of "expose to the right", bringing the exposure down in post, and using the best denoise, I have some shots perfectly usable even at Iso 12800 if the light is good (also tested in print up to A3). In low light and at night with little illumination, everything runs smoothly up to 3200 (which I use fluently) but sometimes the results are valid at 5000 or even at 6400 (in the latter case however you play fine textures if present, and the photos can be soft as a result of Denoi If heavy). The Sharpness, in particular col 18-55 AFP dx VR and Col 35 DX 1.8, is at the highest level, the resolve of the idem detail. The photos, also from JPG, are very good in black and white toning, even with heavy and dramatic postproductions. The flash is not the best, but it does its job. The battery has an excellent durability, and is quickly recharged (contrary to the D800). The pixel count is slightly larger than more advanced DX machines (such as D500 and D7500), and while the latter are (much) faster in the burst and have more advanced functions, the image quality seems to me equal in the "real world". In JPG performances are even higher than those of the D800 (weigh the years of firmware advancement), contrary to the Raw where obviously the headroom of 800 is greater (but the dynamic range of the 5600 is optimal and wide for every use, however). The display is excellent and the touch function does more than its duty. Honestly, I don't find "real" flaws. Has "only" 24 mpx? Unless you have to print street posters every day, they are more than one needs in life (you forget when only 10-12 years ago were "so many" 12 mpx). It's not tropicalized and it's plasticose? It's a 6-700 euro SLR, not 1500. Does not make burst from 14 fps? It's fast enough for its headband, it's 5. sacrificed controls? From touch menu activated by key "I" You can quickly access almost everything. The live view is slow but it does its job. I've never used it in videos where it's modest. If you want video figs, you have to switch to Sony or Panasonic. It doesn't have the depth of field Preview button, but I personally live without it. There is little snapbridge support, which I don't use. Like several Nikon, it doesn't allow Autofocus on lenses that don't have it internal. But I don't have any.
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