Nikon D5600 DSLR | D5600 Review India 2021

How Nikon D5600s aren’t as Bad as You Think, everything you want to know, in this review we explain in detail finds out now.


Nikon D5600  launched on 24th November 2016, and it is an 24.2 MP DX-format DSLR camera.

It has EXPEED 4 Image processing engine, which gives your images a stunning look and excellent color quality.

The Nikon D5600 has ISO range of 100 -25,600 that captures beautiful-looking images even in low light.

Nikon D5600 is best for entry-level users, who want a pro-oriented camera. Because of its range, screen, and light weight body, all the combinations make it ideal for the first-time user.

With the high ISO performance and an in-build Bluetooth system you can transfer your images and videos anywhere anytime.

The Nikon D5600 has new Snapbridge technology, that connects with your smartphone, and sends you real-time images, when you shoot anything.

And also, you can control other camera settings and see the live view and take pictures remotely.

Here we explain everything about the camera, like pros & cons, specifications, top features, comparison with competitor and FAQ’s.

Nikon D5600 Unboxing Video (Hindi)

Nikon D5600 Specification

Sensor24.2 MP
Sensor Size23.5×15.6mm
Image sensor formatDX
Image Resolution6000 x 4000 pixel
Video Resolution1920 x 1080 pixels (HD)
Video FormatsMPEG-4, H.264 /MPEG-4
Sensor TypeCMOS
ProcessorEXPEED 4
Memory card TypeSD/SDHC/SDXC
ISO100 – 1,306 ISO
Max ISO50 – 25,600 ISO
FPS5.0 FPS
LCD screen size3.2 inch
LCD Screen Resolution1,037k dots
LCD TypeTilting touch-screen
Touch ScreenYes
Dust controlYes
FlashBuilt-in
External Flash shoeYes
Weather SealingYes
SD card1 slot
Viewfinder coverage95% ( 95% horizontal and 95% vertical )
Viewfinder Magnification 0.82
Autofocus SystemMulti-cam 4800 DX
AF detection range-1 to + 19 EV
AF Points 39-point, 9 cross-type AF system
File systemDCF 2.0, Exif 2.3, Pict Bridge
Headphone PortYes
Record Timelapse videoYes
Shutter life100,000 cycles
Minimum shutter speed30 sec
Maximum Shutter speed1/4000 sec
Camera Dimensions124 x 97 x 70mm
HDMIYes
Face Detection Yes
USB portYes
GPSOptional
Wi-FiYes
BatteryEN-EL14a Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
Camera Charger typeMH-24 Charger
Battery Life970 shorts in a single charge
Remote ControlYes
Weight465g with battery and memory card (415g Body only)

Nikon D5600 Pros and Cons

Pros Cons
Snapbridge Technology Limited external control
Built-in Bluetooth connection No weather sealing
Record Full HD video No Autofocus(AF) micro-adjustment
Built-in Wi-Fi Small viewfinder
NFC Connectivity No 4K video recording system
Record Time-lapse Video No image stabilization
Touch Screen LED  
Remote control with  smartphone  
Face Detection System  
Built-in optical viewfinder  
Small size  
External Microphone port  
Long battery life  
39 AF Points  
9 cross-type focus points  
24.0MP Sensor  
3.2 inch LCD screen  
Good live view performance  
Tilting type LCD display  
Good low light ISO  
UHS-1 Card Support  
External mic jack
 
Comfortable handgrip  
Fast in-camera processing  
Lightweight only 465g
 

Nikon D5600 Hands on Review In Hindi

Nikon D5600 Features

Snapbridge Feature

The Snapbridge feature makes transferring images to your smart device easier.

The SnapBridge application creates a connection between your device and the D5600 camera via Bluetooth, enabling the automatic transfer of the pictures as you shoot.

The image transferring process remains stable even when the camera is stored in a bag nearby. You can transfer images and movies via Wi-Fi by selecting the files in the app.

Tilting LCD Feature

With the tilting LCD feature, you can capture images creatively from high and low angles. The tilting monitor ensures comfortable live view photography, whatever position you hold.

The 3.2 inch LCD screen opens up to  180° horizontally and flips up and down from  +180° to -90°, with a touch screen interface that makes it easier to use.

Special Effects Features

Special Effects give your images and movies unique works of art. You can apply Special effects in live view to check how they’ll look before taking the shot.

You can combine images with Special Effects that gives you endless possibilities for shooting unique pictures. You can find Special Effects on Nikon D5600 is:

  • Toy camera effect
  • Pop
  • Night vision
  • Super vivid
  • Miniature effect
  • Photo illustration
  • High key
  • Low key
  • Silhouette
  • Selective color

Retouch Menu Feature

Nikon D5600 has a retouch menu feature, applying this feature, you can add the final touch on the image. You can trim, resize, apply effects, and simple movie editing is also possible.

You can find on Retouch Menu is:

  • D-Lighting
  • Straighten
  • Quick retouch
  • Distortion control
  • Red-eye correction
  • Trim
  • Resize
  • Perspective control
  • NEF (RAW) processing
  • Miniature effect
  • Fisheye
  • Color sketch
  • Photo illustration
  • Filter effects
  • Selective color
  • Monochrome
  • Painting
  • Image overlay
  • Edit movie
  • Color outline
  • Side-by-side comparison

Nikon D5600 Comparison With Competitor

The Nikon D5600 and Canon EOS 760D are comparable because both cameras are in almost the same price range. We mainly talk about the most relevant points.

Nikon D5600 vs Canon EOS 760D Comparison By Features

Features Nikon D5600 Canon EOS 760D
Sensor Resolution24 MP24 MP
Max ISO100 – 25,600 ISO100 – 12,800 ISO
Record Time-lapseYesNo
LCD monitor size3.2 inch3 inch
Range14.012.0
AE BracketingYesYes
Low light ISO1306915
Color24.122.6
Microphone PortYesYes
BluetoothYesNo
Pixel area15.28µm²13.84µm²
Wireless ConnectionYesYes
AF Points199
Optical ViewfinderYesYes
FlashBuilt-inBuilt-in
Touch ScreenYesYes
Battery Life820 shots in a single charge.440 shots in a single charge.

Nikon D5600 vs Canon EOS 760D Comparison By Specification

Specification Nikon D5600 Canon EOS 760D
Sensor Resolution24 MP24 MP
LCD Size3.2 inch3 inch
FPS5 FPS5 FPS
ISO100 – 25,600100 – 12,800
Image ProcessorEXPEED 4DIGIC 6
Image Size6,000 x 4,000 px6,000 x 4,000 px
Sensor TypeCMOSCMOS
Sensor Size23.5 x 15.6 mm22.3 x 14.9 mm
Time-lapse RecordingYesNo
Wireless connectionBuilt-inBuilt-in
FlashYesYes
Display TypeTouch ScreenTouch Screen
Battery TypeEN-EL14a Lithium-ion BatteryLP-E17 lithium-ion battery
Battery Life970 shorts440 shorts

Nikon D5600 Unboxing Video (English)

Nikon D5600AF Performance

The Nikon D5600 has 39-point and 9-cross type AF points. It is a fast and accurate system, the Autofocus (AF) tracking mode works well on moving objects when shooting with the viewfinder.

ISO Performance

With a powerful ISO, you can shoot attractive-looking images. The Nikon D5600 has an ISO range of 100 to 25,600 that helps you to capture beautiful and vibrant images.

Record time-lapse movies and full HD videos even in low-light situations.

Nikon D5600 Comparison With Previous Versions

The Nikon D5600 previous versions are D5100, D5200, D5300, and D5500(Nikon Skipped the D5400). We mainly discuss the previous version issues and improvements.

How has it evolved from its previous versions?, What improvements does it have?, and How Nikon D5600 is different? What is its specialty and quality?.

Nikon D5600 Previous Issues

The previous version of the Nikon D5600 had a lot of issues. But we mainly discuss the most important ones.

  • Poor wireless connection.
  • No Touch Screen Display.
  • A little bit small LCD Display.
  • Low screen resolution.
  • Fewer focus points.
  • 1 Cross-type focus point.
  • No Bluetooth connection is available.
  • No UHS card support system.
  • Medium dynamic range.
  • No smartphone remote control system.
  • Battery life is average.

Nikon D5600 Improvements

Issues Improvements
Wireless Connection Fast and better wireless connectivity.
LCD Display Easily control your camera using a built-in touch screen display.
LCD Display Size Large Display compares to previous.
Large Display compares to previous 12% higher resolution display.
Focus Points 28 more focus points.
Cross-Type Focus Points Extra eight cross-type focus points.
Bluetooth Built-in Bluetooth connection.
Battery Life Capture more than 160 shorts extra with a single charge.

FAQ

Does the Nikon D5600 have image stabilization?

Yes, the Nikon D5600 has a VR image stabilization system.

What is a VR kit?

The full form of VR is the Vibration Reduction kit; it’s an image stabilization technology. That VR can capture sharp images in low light.

Conclusion

The Nikon D5600 is best for travel and landscape photography. Its ISO resolution and 24-megapixel APS-C sensors make images sharp and detailed. 

Nikon D5600 is the smallest and lightest camera that makes it very comfortable on your hand, with touch screen display makes it very user friendly. The Snapbridge feature makes transferring images to your smart device easier.

The touch screen display and a small camera size make it an ideal choice for first-time camera users and new photography students.

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