Bring your creativity to life with the new D5600. It features 24.2 effective megapixels, an EXPEED 4 image-processing engine, and an ISO range of 100-25600 that captures beautiful and vibrant imagery, Full HD videos and time-lapse movies even in low light situations. Inspiration also comes easy when you discover new perspectives with the vari-angle LCD monitor and intuitive touch interface. With Bluetooth® and the Nikon SnapBridge app*1 for automatic transfer of images to your compatible smart devices*2, the D5600 is perfect for the connected world.
SHARE YOUR CREATIONS ON-THE-GO
Sharing your moments as they happen without missing a beat is effortless with the D5600. With a one-time setup through the free SnapBridge*1 app, the D5600 wirelessly connects to your compatible smart device*2 via the built-in Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth®, or NFC*3. The app maintains a constant connection, while automatically syncing still images for seamless online sharing. You can also use your smart device as an external monitor and shoot remotely*4 for instances when you want to be in the picture.
SEIZE SPLIT-SECOND MOMENTS
Be it a look, a smile, or a candid expression, the D5600 captures all these emotions in vivid detail with a high-speed continuous shooting rate of approximately 5 frames per second*5. The 39-point autofocus (AF) system covers a wide area of the frame to keep track of your subjects with remarkable precision.
DISCOVER A FRESH POINT OF VIEW
Experiment with novel shooting styles from your very own perspective with the touch screen vari-angle LCD monitor that can swivel up to 180°. For that artistic finishing touch, simply trim, resize, apply filters and special effects right from your screen using the retouch menu.
INTUITIVELY DESIGNED FOR EASY HANDLING
Enjoy ease-of-use and intuitive control with the D5600’s touch interface. Scroll through images swiftly with the all-new frame advance bar, or easily trim an area of the image by pinching it out. The touch Fn feature lets you make adjustments to a pre-assigned camera setting using your thumb, without looking away from the viewfinder, including auto sensitivity control on/off switching.