The Nikon D5600 is another entry-level device in Nikon’s lineup, which is the successor of the D5500. Unlike its predecessor, the DSLR comes with the company’s proprietary SnapBridge technology for file sharing with the smartphone and tablets.
The SnapBridge app is available for iOS and Android devices. This app eases the user to communicate and share files to/from the smartphones/tablet. The Nikon SnapBridge app also allows the users to trim the images file size automatically to 2MP while sharing the images. This feature helps the users to save space on the phones and tablets. So it seems really handy.
The camera also flaunts a 24MP CMOS APS-C sensor with no Optical Low-pass Filter (OLPF). Because of this absence, the DSLR records even the finer details of the subject resulting in sharp image quality on the overall.
Other features of the Nikon D3500 include the presence of the vari-angle or fully articulating display. The fully articulating display allows the photographers to compose the shots easily from all the angles.