Saturday, September 21, 2019
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Nikon D5600 Adds NFC, Bluetooth, Not Much Else

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If you were eagerly awaiting the Nikon D5600 in hopes of a significant upgrade versus its predecessor, you’re going to be disappointed. Aside from adding new wireless connectivity via NFC and Bluetooth, Nikon also added a time-lapse movie feature seen on their pricier cameras. There’s not much else beyond that though.

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Of course, the Nikon D5600 is still a pretty solid consumer-grade camera with its 24.2mp sensor and Expeed 4 image processor. Video still only goes up to 1080p at 60fps, but that’s never been the focus for this series.

No news on pricing yet, although for comparison’s sake, the D5500 went on sale for $900 when it first launched.

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