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Nikon D5600

 
4.0
Pros: The Nikon D5600 delivers excellent photo quality for its price class, as well as performance that can keep up with your kids and pets
Cons: It may be too small for people with larger hands and it turns off the self-timer after every shot in single-shot mode
Verdict: Lightweight and compact with everything the family photographer needs, the Nikon D5600 maintains its position as a great general-purpose dSLR for its price class.

Read full review at CNET
1 month ago
CNET
 

Nikon D5600 review: More connected than ever

 
4.0
Pros: Impressive image quality - especially in low light, big and vibrant tilt LCD touchscreen, small body with comfortable grip, exccellent battery life, seamless auto-upload of web-ready images to phone
Cons: Video AF remains behind competitors, not many reasons to pick this over cheaper predecessor, feature set doesn't stand out
Verdict: Being connected - it's all the rage. Of all the slogans used by Nikon for its cameras, "Always share your moments" seems most apt with the Nikon D5600. The D5600 is the sixth iteration of the well-established Nikon D5000 series - a DSLR camera range with APS-C size sensor - which is positioned one...

Read full review at Pocket Lint
3 months ago
Pocket Lint
 

Nikon D5600 Review – a likeable entry-level DSLR

 
4.0
Pros: 24.3MP APS-C sensor, Articulated touchscreen LCD, Records time-lapse sequences in camera, Features Nikon SnapBridge image sharing app, Lightweight DSLR, 3.5mm mic input
Cons: Very similar to D5500, No 4K-video recording, Touchscreen cannot be disabled, Struggles to keep focus on fast erratically moving subjects
Verdict: In terms of specifications, the D5600 is actually nigh-on identical to the D5500 with just a few small improvements. The biggest one, or at least, the one most worthy of mention, is the addition of SnapBridge – Nikon's innovative Bluetooth technology (more on that later).

Read full review at Amateur Photographer
5 months ago
Amateur Photographer
 

Nikon D5600 Review

 
3.0
Pros: Very good 24MP stills, Fast autofocus, Bluetooth (SnapBridge, Superior battery life, Small, lightweight body
Cons: Contrast-detection-only live view AF, Video limited to 1080p/60, Most specs unchanged from D5500
Verdict: Nikon's entry-level D5600 still shoots impressive images for the right price.

Read full review at Digitaltrends
5 months ago
Digitaltrends
 

Nikon D5600

 
4.0
Pros: Very good image quality, Small and lightweight, Excellent touchscreen and general handling, SnapBridge makes light work of image transfer
Cons: Touchscreen can't be disabled, JPEGs can be a bit on the dark side
Verdict: In terms of its headline specifications, the D5600 is almost identical to the D5500 it replaces. That said, the newer model does benefit from a few useful new features. Chief among these is the addition of Nikon's proprietary SnapBridge technology that uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) tech for...

Read full review at TrustedReviews
5 months ago
TrustedReviews
 

Nikon D5600

 
4.5
Pros: Compact camera body; Very good touchscreen display; Excellent image quality for its class; Good overall performance
Cons: Not many improvements compared to its predecessor, with some downgrades; No 4K video recording
Verdict: The 24-megapixel Nikon D5600 DSLR delivers the same great image quality as its predecessor but now comes equipped with Nikon SnapBridge functionality. While not without its limitations, sharing images has never been easier and the D5600 remains a compelling compact DSLR for budding photographers.

Read full review at imaging-resource.com
5 months ago
imaging-resource.com
 
 
4.2
Pros: Compact body, Image quality, Battery life
Cons: UI can be overwhelming for beginners, Some shots seem too bright (auto mode, SnapBridge can be erratic
Verdict: If you are relatively new to photography and are thinking of buying a DSLR, the chances are that you already have Nikon on top of your list, and have already been sucked into the great "Canon vs. Nikon" debate.

Read full review at techpp.com
6 months ago
techpp.com
 

Nikon D5600 DSLR Review

Verdict: The new Nikon D5600 is a midrange DSLR camera based around a 24.2-megapixel DX-format (APS-C) sensor. The sensor offers the same resolution as the previous D5500. The same goes for the image processor-the Expeed 4 system-that was used in the D5500, which was launched two years ago (January 2015).

Read full review at Shutterbug
6 months ago
Shutterbug
 
Pros: Brilliant image quality, Captures precise colors, Great low light performance, Tons of features, Fantastic Autofocus, Smooth and Easy to use controls, Super fast touchscreen, Images are less grainy at high ISO, Effects feature is good, Snapbridge works well, External Microphone support
Cons: Live display does not show current adjustments, Focus gets tricky in low lighting (depends on lens as well, Still a Pentamirror viewfinder, Video recording captures too much of lens sound, Lacks facial recognition
Verdict: After reviewing the Nikon D3400(Review) , we finally prepared the review of Nikon's D5600 DSLR for you. And the review was equal fun as that of D3400. Well, indeed both the cameras are priced differently and there's no point of comparing the two, however there are still some points that we'll...

Read full review at techmagnifier.com
6 months ago
techmagnifier.com
 

Nikon D5600 review: A mild update

 
4.0
Pros: Outstanding image quality, Sophisticated autofocus, Long battery life
Cons: Some functions are awkward to access, Slow shot-to-shot times in live view mode
Verdict: The D5600 is Nikon's latest consumer-oriented SLR, designed for people who are serious about photography but who aren't necessarily aspiring professionals. Features such as a 39-point autofocus system, articulated touchscreen, built-in Wi-Fi and microphone socket differentiate it from the...

Read full review at expertreviews.co.uk
7 months ago
expertreviews.co.uk
 

Nikon D5600 boasts affordable quality with Bluetooth, time lapse features

 
4.3
Pros: Excellent image quality, Bluetooth and Wi-fi, Tilting touchscreen, Compact, Well priced
Cons: Slower than pricier options, No dual control wheels or secondary LCD screen, No image quality updates over the cheaper D5500
Verdict: Nikon has once again created a solid budget-priced DSLR with the D5600. Images are solid, speed is decent and the camera is well designed. The D5600 lacks the more advanced autofocus system of the D7200 and the speed of the D500 , but it would be difficult to look at three photographs and determine...

Read full review at Digitalcamera HQ
9 months ago
Digitalcamera HQ
 

Nikon D5600: Best DSLR Under $1,000

 
4.0
Pros: Top-notch image quality, Responsive performance, Very good battery life External microphone jack, Easy transfer of images to mobile devices, Solid set of practical and creative features
Cons: Minimal manual control for video, No 4K video, Sometimes-fussy Wi-Fi
Verdict: The 24-megapixel Nikon D5600 ($800 with 18-55mm AF-P lens) replaces its predecessor, the D5500, as our favorite DSLR under $1,000. Although a modest update, the new model features SnapBridge, a technology that allows easy image transfer from camera to mobile device, along with a couple of additional...

Read full review at Tom's Guide
10 months ago
Tom's Guide
 

Review of the New Nikon D5600 Camera Body

 
4.0
Verdict: The Nikon D5000 series debuted its first camera in 2009, and since then new versions have emerged over time. Now...

Read full review at Digital Photography School
10 months ago
Digital Photography School
 

Nikon D5600

 
4.0
Pros: 24MP image sensor with no OLPF. Excellent image quality. 39-point AF system. 5fps continuous shooting. Speedy operation. 1080p60 video capture. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth communication. External mic support
Cons: Cramped controls. Pentamirror viewfinder. Older screw-drive lenses won't autofocus. Underwhelming contrast autofocus during video recording. Limited Wi-Fi remote control
Verdict: Just a few years ago, if you wanted to buy an entry-level or midrange interchangeable lens camera, an SLR was the clear way to go. Now, mirrorless models like the Sony Alpha 6000 are more appealing options, especially if you value video recording.

Read full review at PC Magazine
10 months ago
PC Magazine
 
 
4.0
Verdict: The D5600 is a very subtle revision of the D5500 but that sole added feature – always-connected smartphone transfer – has the potential to be a massive benefit to its target market.

Read full review at DP Review
10 months ago
DP Review
 

Nikon D5600

 
4.4
Verdict: Nikon has developed a habit of releasing minor upgrades to existing DSLR cameras and the D5600, announced in November 2016, differs only marginally from the 18-month-old D5500 . When we reviewed that camera, we described it as a 'modest update to the D5300 ', which itself wasn't hugely different...

Read full review at PhotoReview
11 months ago
PhotoReview
 
Verdict: Nikon's brand new DX format D5600 is the latest model in its 5000 series of cameras, which is designed for advanced beginners who are either new to DSLRs, or upgrading from an older entry-level model.

Read full review at practicalphotography.com
11 months ago
practicalphotography.com
 

Nikon D5600

 
4.0
Verdict: The Nikon D5600 is a new 24.2 megapixel DX-format DSLR camera with no optical low-pass filter (OLPF). The D5600 replaces the 18-month-old D5500 and offers several new features. SnapBridge compatibility utilises Bluetooth low energy technology to let the D5600 maintain a constant, low-power link with...

Read full review at PhotographyBLOG
1 year ago
PhotographyBLOG
 

The Nikon D5600 is as solid as its predecessor

 
4.0
Verdict: Nikon's new D5600 is the successor to the company's D5500, but it is not much of an upgrade. It adds the SnapBridge app support with Bluetooth and Near Field Communications (NFC). Thus, a constant connection between the D5600 and a smartphone or tablet can be maintained for quick transfer of images.

Read full review at digital.asiaone.com
1 year ago
digital.asiaone.com
 

Great first camera!

 
4.0
Verdict: I'm enjoying the features of this camera. Only thing to be mindful of is the firmware version on the camera needs to be updated so you can use snapbridge. I had issues trying to connect but all up and running now.

Read full review at harveynorman.com.au
1 month ago
harveynorman.com.au
 
 
5.0
Verdict: the best, i recommended for beginners photographers and professional for HDR photo.

Read full review at Target
2 months ago
Target
 

Nikon D5600 2-Lense Package

 
4.0
Verdict: I purchased the D5600 the evening before a full packed sports day with with the Grandsons, Baseball, Soccer and Football. I installed the Snap-bridge App and completed all of the online warranty info the night I purchased, all without issue.

Read full review at Nikon
4 months ago
Nikon
 

Not Impressed

 
2.0
Verdict: I have the Nikon D5200 but wanted to upgrade a little. The lens that comes with this set is SUPER cheap. I've decided to just upgrade to a better lens and keep my money.

Read full review at QVC
5 months ago
QVC
 

Nikon?D5600 Single Lens Kit (18-55mm)

 
4.0
Pros: Had a 5100 before which is now broke. was going to get the 7200 but glad i got the 5600. Lighter, more compact img quality the same. touch screen makes making changes alot faster then my 5100 and makes up for not having to setting dials (7200
Cons: doesnt have 2 setting dials. 1 memory card slot. max 1/4000 shutter time compared to 7200

Read full review at The Good Guys
5 months ago
The Good Guys
 

Most amazing super silent lens ( do not here any noise ...

 
5.0
Verdict: Most amazing super silent lens ( do not here any noise when focusing ). It is perfect for qhat i want to use my Nikon D5500 for which was videography and it is so far the best lens i've had.

Read full review at amazon.ca
5 months ago
amazon.ca
 

Good one

 
5.0
Verdict: The product is good as expected. Please clarify me that does it covers the 2 yeats warranty? Because in nikon page it's mentioned online retailers are not authorized distributors... And there is no authorized seller seal in my warenty card..
5 months ago
amazon.in
 

D5600

 
5.0
Verdict: Its my first experience with DSLR Camera. Its Very good and i love it. Easy to use and the result is fantastic. I will recomend first time buyers to go with it.

Read full review at very.co.uk
5 months ago
very.co.uk
 

Great product

 
4.0
Verdict: This came as fast as 2 days. Fully satisfied with this product. Original box + warranty + quick delivery + original signs! Definitely recommend this seller

Read full review at Amazon
7 months ago
Amazon
 

... DSLR camera and so far it has been a great experience. It is easy to hold and operate ...

 
5.0
Verdict: My first DSLR camera and so far it has been a great experience. It is easy to hold and operate (after watching countless youtube videos). I did a ton of research beforehand and it came down to this one or a Canon T6i. I am very pleased with this purchase so far.

Read full review at Amazon
8 months ago
Amazon
 

Excellent product! Best Camera ever!

 
5.0
Verdict: I purchased this Camera for leisure purpose nut it has so many features that I am thinking to go more professional. Great buy!
8 months ago
Argos
 

Great photo quality, COMPACT - just what I wanted

 
5.0
Verdict: I'm an experienced DSLR user, but I found myself hesitant to drag my pro-level DSLR out of the closet. As a result, I was taking pictures with my smart phone and a cheap point and shoot camera when I needed more control over exposures, zoom, etc.
9 months ago
reviews.costco.com
 

Pleased with camera, but....

 
3.0
Verdict: I am pleased with the camera and the lens. However, in figuring the standard cost of the camera in the total price, I have seen the lens for less elsewhere. I bought this bundle because I was excited about the "extras.

Read full review at Walmart
10 months ago
Walmart
 

Nikon D5600 Kit

 
5.0
Pros: Articulating Screen Small Size for SLR but still a good grip
Cons: No 4k Video
Verdict: Great Camera, The articulating screen is a very nice feature over the lower priced D3x00 and higher priced D7x00 cameras. Still learning about a lot of the features of the camera, but overall most of the options make sense with where they are at and it is fairly quick to make a 1 time settings...

Read full review at Crutchfield
10 months ago
Crutchfield
 

Fast came

 
4.0
Verdict: Brought this camera as a replacement for a broken Nikon camera, I should have rad up about it as it doesn't have a servo focus motor so not all lens can be used with autofocus, but if a problem when trying to capture birds in flight, but apart from that a good performer.

Read full review at Littlewoods
10 months ago
Littlewoods
 

Can't connect to Bluetooth on camera greyed out

 
5.0
Verdict: Disappointing that Bluetooth not operating on camera

Read full review at JB Hi-Fi
10 months ago
JB Hi-Fi
 

NIKON D5600 DSLR Camera with 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 Standard Zoom Lens - Black

 
5.0
Pros: Lovely to use. Love the touch screen display
Cons: All good

Read full review at Currys
11 months ago
Currys
 

Nikon D5600 24.2MP DX-Format DSLR Camera with AF-P 18-55mm VR & 70-300mm ED Lens Kit

 
5.0
Pros: My review is sweet and simple, I love it. Before buying it I kept reading reviews of the camera saying that there's nothing really new with the D5600 over it's predecessor except Snap Bridge. I totally disagree. I like almost everything about the D5600 except Snap Bridge, which I think sucks.
Cons: Snap Bridge. as I said before it sucks
Verdict: My review is sweet and simple, I love it. Before buying it I kept reading reviews of the camera saying that there's nothing really new with the D5600 over it's predecessor except Snap Bridge. I totally disagree. I like almost everything about the D5600 except Snap Bridge, which I think sucks.

Read full review at buydig.com
12 months ago
buydig.com
 

Fantastic little camera, highly recommended

 
5.0
Verdict: Lightweight body. Excellent DX sensor/image quality. Excellent handling, though the deep grip may take a little getting used to. I have relatively big hands so your results may vary. The AF is snappy & spot on it is a very noticeable upgrade from the D3xxxx series that I've tried.

Read full review at B&H Photo
12 months ago
B&H Photo
 
 
4.0
Verdict: Please note that I am reviewing this from a stills perspective, as I don't do much video other than the basic short clips. Video quality looks decent, based on what I've seen. Anyway... IMAGE QUALITY: The main issue I have with this camera is that the Automatic White Balance is terrible.

Read full review at dpreview.com
1 year ago
dpreview.com
 

great camera!

 
4.0
Verdict: I bought this international D5600 last week and it was delivered two day after I placed my order which was pretty fast! Before I purchased the camera , I was worried about this kind of imported camera quality and wondered if any part of the camera has been changed to non-original parts.

Read full review at Ritz Camera
1 year ago
Ritz Camera
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