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Product 33892



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

    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.

  • 5

    Professional quality at consumer pricing

    Posted by Quanuck on February 3, 2020

    I´m impressed with the quality of images from this body and the ease of making changes to settings. The body is very light and user friendly. I´m very happy with my D5600 and recommend it to anyone who wants professional quality photos from a small package!

  • 5

    Great camera

    Posted by HobbyPhotographer on January 22, 2020

    Great camera, and the extra lens that comes with it is a great buy, as well. I used a Nikon 1 camera (J3) for 6.5 years and was hopeful that there would be additional lenses released. After the Nikon 1 series was discontinued, I began looking at DSLR and found this camera. As a student in college, I can´t really afford to spend a lot of money on a camera, but was lucky to buy this on sale. I´ve taken several photos of my cat (100) and several along Lake Superior´s shoreline in the cold. The camera has handled the cold temperatures (in the 20s F) very well, and has been easier to learn and use than I thought. I haven´t tried to save my photos using the Bluetooth connection, so I can´t speak to that, but the 70-300mm lens not having VR has not been a problem for me. I would highly recommend this camera to someone who has a decent amount of photography experience who has used a camera with interchangeable lenses as the next step.

  • 5

    A lightweight travel companion.

    Posted by JimKw46 on January 21, 2020

    This has become my easy to carry travel alternative to my D7100 and heavier lenses. I never miss a shot when paired with the newer 18-55 zoom or the 35mm 1.8 prime.

  • 5

    Excellent for the Money

    Posted by Buck on January 8, 2020

    Excellent camera. I used a 35mm F1.8 prime lens a few days ago for a family photo shoot in the park. The photos came out excellent needing very little corrections in post.

  • 5

    Great transition

    Posted by Ronin on January 2, 2020

    Photography is specifically about your eye...screw all the tech talk this is the purrrfect camera transitioning from phone to actually learning the craft. Get a battery grip and big lens so tourists give you respect

  • 5

    Great capability in a compact body

    Posted by Lobo on December 18, 2019

    So far so good- many features yet to learn and use but so far the D5600 has performed extremely well. Far surpassed the capabilities of my last camera, that was a good one in its day.

  • 5

    A great upgrade from another Nikon product

    Posted by Flyboy1946 on December 3, 2019

    I´d been using the Nikon D3600 for a few years and was quite happy with it. I used an accessory to transfer photos from the camera to my phone. When the D5600 came out, with the in-phone capability to wirelessly transfer photos I knew I could use one. It just took me a little while to get the bucks together to get one.

  • 5

    Great pictures.

    Posted by HChef on November 27, 2019

    Love the beautiful pictures and the capability to do great video. Nice to transfer the pictures over WiFi.
    Like how it is also more compact.