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Send Photos Instantly To Your Phone With The New Nikon D5600 DSLR

By Andy Franco , Jan 04, 2017 06:25 PM EST
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Japanese company Nikon announced the D5600 DSLR in November 2016. However, the company bided their time to reveal that their model is arriving in the United States at CES 2017. Good news! The camera will be available this January for $799 and it's complete with 18-55mm kit lens.

Nikon D5600 will have a 24.2-megapixel sensor (DX-format), an Expeed 4 image processor, 5 frames-per-second continuous shooting and a max ISO of 25,600. Nikon's Snapdragon featured in the product as Nikon's always on Bluetooth connection. When Snapdragon is used, the camera can easily send your pics to your phone just as you shoot them.

In case you were looking to replace your current D5500, the D5600 was announced in November of last year and is simply a small update to Nikon's D5500.

In related news, Nikon is still rolling out budget friendly compact cameras. It announced that the Coolpix W100 and A300 which are point and shoot cameras at around $200 are going to be available in the United States.

The Coolpix W100 which was announced last summer is a camera made to withstand submersion of 33 feet. It packs 13.1 megapixel and 1/3.1-inch sensor. It's also supposed to be an update of the Coolpix S33, with added Bluetooth and options to edit like adding stamps and cartoonish effects. What's great about it is its design which is color and attractive for kids while being simple enough for very young camera lovers to use. The A300, on the other hand, won't be waterproof but the resolution is at 20.1 megapixels on a 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor with 8x optical zoom.

Nikon will celebrate its 100th anniversary on July 25, 2017. It is rumored that the renowned camera company will announce a special "Df-like" camera and lens which makes sense since the current lifecycle of the Df line is supposed to be 3 years.

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