Nikon D5500

Nikon D5500 1Recently the Japanese company Nikon announced a camera D5500, the camera with easy auto modes is made for newcomers called and upper- entry -level DSLR which replaces the predecessor D5300. It furnished with 24.2MP DX-format sensor with no optical low pass filter. Some advanced changes have made over the previous model include the addition of a touch screen, which is a fully articulated 3.2-inch 1.37M-dot affair, as in the D5300. A flat picture profile is added, and the 1080/60p video specification is identical to its predecessor.



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Verdict: The Nikon D7100 features advance AF system, bit fast continuous shooting speed, better shutter range bright viewfinder, better battery life. Both camera comes at same price point … Hence we recommend you to but Nikon D7100 DSLR camera.,

For more details: Nikon D5500 and Nikon D7100

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Verdict: Based on specification comparison review we recommend you to buy the New Nikon D5500 DSLR, since it features more resolution, better AF system, no optical low-pass filter will give you super sharp images and a better video mode.

For more details: Nikon D5500 vs Canon 700D

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Verdict: Naturally the upcoming A7000 will going to feature better core specification compared to the recently announced Nikon D5500 camera.

For more details: Nikon D5500 vs Sony A7000

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