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Our thoughts and expectations with Nikon D5600

Nikon-D5500D5500, a powerful camera from Nikon has earned huge commercial success and popularity, which has got all the remarkable specifications including a robust 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor. AF system that employs 39 distinct AF points, a 3.2″ 1030k-dot vari-angle touchscreen LCD monitor also integrated into the rear side of the D5500features a 180° swivel design enables shooting from high, low, and front-facing angles.

It was all about Nikon D5500. But you know D5500 was released back in January 2015 and now we hope Nikon must have involved into the strategy about the creation of its successor, Nikon D5600 (expected name). So, if Nikon brings this D5500 then what are the specifications could be used to create the design of this very camera.

By the way, it’s so natural to have a particular belief that this Nikon D5600 will be improved and much updated version of D5500. But we also do expect that Nikon can take some of the core specs from its famous D7200.

Nikon D5600 could have 24mp APS-C sensor from D7200 , by implementing a new sensor they can also expand its ISO range upto 102400 (D5500 has 25600) and what could be the AF points, we guess it could be upto 51 innovative points from the same AF module Multi-CAM 3500 II DX of D7200.

However, we can also expect 4k video option will be available in this D5600 (this is just our guess, since Nikon said in an interview published at DPreview that all upcoming DSLRS’ from Nikon will have 4K), video recording option upto HD 1080/60p video (like D5500), same continuous shooting speed of 5fps, no low pass filter etc.

However, this is all about our guess if Nikon brings D5600 camera.

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