Sunday, November 13, 2016

Nikon D5600 Can Connect your Smartphone Via Bluetooth

Nikon D5600 Can Connect your Smartphone Via Bluetooth

Nikon D5600 Can Connect your Smartphone Via Bluetooth _, Nikon officially unleashes its newest entry-level DSLR camera, D5600. Interesting things from this series is the availability of the Bluetooth connection to connect the camera with a smartphone, and moving images. This is the camera Bluetooth advantage can be constantly connected to a mobile phone Android or iOS, and without disrupting the cellular connection.

In addition, these connections promised not to drain the battery the camera or mobile phone. Nikon is indeed using Bluetooth Low Energy which is claimed to consumeless battery power than other connections.

Mobile phone users should install the application SnapBridge to get connected with Nikon D5600. Once connected, then the camera can move images or synchronize the time, date, copyright information, and the location of the corresponding data in your device.

Reserved specs, Nikon D5600 is actually not much difference with D5500 first released. Nikon D5600 still wear 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with an ISO range of between 100 to 25600. There are also image processing EXPEED processor 4 in it.

Nikon just embed a little update on D5600. Among others in the form of the playback controls on the LCD of the camera, the Fn button can be used mengatus the ISO,as well as time-lapse mode.

The Price Nikon D5600 prediction

The information summarized from Slashgear, Nikon said it will only be launched in Japan this series D5600. Has not yet been revealed whether D5600 also will be released in other countries? When launched later, Nikon is on going in D5600 price range not far from 900 us dollars, up to 1,000 u.s. dollars.
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