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Step up to the next level of imaging excellence with enhanced low light capabilities, faster performance and greater convenience. Freeze fast action from dusk to dawn thanks to an advanced 39-point autofocus system. Compose shots from creative new angles and set focus with a flip-out swiveling touch display. Share images easier and faster with the most advanced SnapBridge connectivity in a Nikon DSLR. Push the boundaries of your creativity as far as they'll bend.
Kit includes the compact and lightweight AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR lens. This lens covers the highly versatile 18–55mm zoom range and features VR image stabilization for sharp photos and video. It uses a pulse motor (utilizing stepping motors) for ultra-fast, near silent autofocus.
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  • 5

    The D5600 is my tough little workhorse

    Posted by Richard Longenecker on May 16, 2023

    I purchased the Nikon D5600 in April 2022 as my second dslr camera. I knew I was still in "entry level" area, but I needed to learn more before deciding just how far I was going to get into digital photography. Am I ever happy I went with this camera. This is one tough little camera and very capable to boot. The light weight and compact size make it ideal for a dual camera bag and utilizing it for long periods of wildlife photography. It was easy learning the basics and intriguing learning special features. Because of the D5600 I am now seriously considering buying the Z8 hybrid. If (when) I do this little workhorse D5600 will definitely be in the bag as my backup. Nikon, you need to keep making this thing!!!! I've frozen a lot of hummingbirds with it.

  • 1

    First Nikon disappointment.

    Posted by GERALD PUSZ on September 17, 2022

    I've been using (many) Nikon products since the mid 60s', never had a problem. I'm semi-retired now and don't do photography professionally any more. So I got tired of lugging around heavy equipment and bought a D5600. Worked great for a few months. Took pictures of my grandsons football game today, downloaded the files, and when I went to put the card back in the camera it said "no card available". I called my proffered camera dealer. He said it would cost about $200.00 in repairs and take at least a month.

  • 5

    Great Starter DSLR

    Posted by Kathleen Gordinier on August 11, 2022

    The 5600 is my first "real" camera-- not a point and shoot. I have had it for a few years and have been learning how to use it as I don't use it everyday. I have taken it to Europe, Utah and other places for photographing trips. I took a local photography class to learn how to shoot in Manual, which was extremely helpful as I did not know anything about that. I have really enjoyed this camera and the more I learn, the more I enjoy it. I added a couple of lenses over time, the 50mm, the 12-20 mm wide angle and the 18-200 for everyday. I have fun trying out the different lenses and seeing what they can do. If you want to start photography, this is a good camera to start.

  • 5

    Upgrade from D3100 to the D5600

    Posted by Malcom Washburn on July 3, 2021

    Having owned several cameras in the last 35 years from Pentax, Canon and Nikon, I have found that Nikon is my favorite choice of camera. I have owned the Nikon Cool Pix and the D3100. I have used the D3100 for 10 years without any issues and decided to upgrade to the D5600 because my lenses would swap over to the the D5600. I have enjoyed the camera and all the features, especially the monitor which is very user friendly. Camera grip is firm and the thumb wheel is a great way to review previous taken photos.

  • 5

    Love from Sri Lanka

    Posted by Yasith Serasinghe on October 7, 2020

    The best camera in the world. I love it, Thanks Nikon. Love from Sri lanka.

  • 5

    I love my D5600 Nikon

    Posted by BeatsCatcher on May 9, 2020

    This is one of the Best Camera´s I have owned and seen. It has more features than I could ever use but will learn them all. I have to admit I enjoy taking it with me on trips just to get a chance to use it.

  • 5

    Great first camera.

    Posted by PhotographyNoob on April 27, 2020

    I am new to photography and this was my first DSLR. I did a Udemy course on photography before purchasing so I was familiar with the basic concepts. I have to say I am in love with this camera and I am loving my new hobby.

  • 5

    One great camera!

    Posted by PlanoPhotog on April 3, 2020

    I have been taking pictures since 1975 when I purchased a 35 mm camera at the BX on the base in Iceland. Considering what that camera could do with my new D5600 does is a comparison of Night and Day. The D5600 was purchased after days of research on the internet and the watching of videos on YouTube. I now know that I made an excellent purchase because my photos have gotten so much better! The software in this camera along with the touchscreen function and the large SD card support makes me almost look like I know what I am doing. And capturing the photos in a jpg file under the ´´Large´´ format with the 24mp sensor, how can I go wrong? Nikon has done a very good job of providing top notch hardware and top notch software. Once you purchase this product, the Nikon D5600, you will be glad that you did. I highly recommend this product to the people who want to step up from the otherwise point-and-shoot cameras. Thanks Nikon!

  • 5

    Excellent investment!

    Posted by Bryansh91 on March 27, 2020

    So, full disclosure, my last camera was the Nikon D100, so the D5600 seems lightyears ahead of that.

    Pros: it´s like a pound lighter, has like 18 more megapixels, has a nifty touch screen that is like 3x the size of the D100´s non-touch screen. The auto focus with the included lens seems faster. You can set the ISO to 25600, whereas before I could only go up to 1000 or ´´High´´ with waaaaay more noise.

    Cons: it doesn´t have the autofocus motor built into the body, so all of my older lenses I have to focus by hand (the new lens has a servo built into it for autofocus). Still totally worth the upgrade, I was wanting an excuse for new lenses anyway.