Nikon D5500 DSLR: Meet Nikon's First Touch-Enabled DSLR With 24.2 MP Sensor

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Nikon's D5000-series DSLRs are built for advanced beginners, photographers who are still learning but keen to experiment with creative techniques and effects.

The company might not see touchscreen to achieve great outcomes, though Nikon is very excited about its new touch-control display. These are common enough on compact system cameras, and Canon's been using them on its DSLRs for a while but, this is the first time Nikon has embraced touch-screen control in its D-SLR range.

Do feast your eyes on the all new touch DSLR from Nikon.

Nikon D5500

Nikon D5500

The Nikon D5500 with a standard 18-55mm lens, the first of its kind featuring a touch screen.

Specifications of D5500

Specifications of D5500

24.2MP APS-C sensor without a low-pass filter, Expeed 4 processor, 5 frames-per-second (fps), 39-point autofocus (AF) 9 cross-type sensors, shutter speed with minimum of 30s and maximum of 1/4000s, 1080p@60fps movie recording, ISO spanning 100-25,600.

Body of D5500

Body of D5500

Built with a steady and a new monocoque structural skin that increases durability without weighing it down.

Touchscreen Display
 

Touchscreen Display

The camera features a 3.2-inch Vari-angle LCD monitor with a touchscreen. The diplay screen can be panned out from its aloted spot and be rotated at an angle of 360.

D5500 Beginner Camera

D5500 Beginner Camera

The Nikon D5500 features a touchscreen display for advance beginners who are still learning and getting ready to become professional photographers

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