We and our partners use cookies to give you the best online experience, including to personalise advertising and content. Data about your interaction with this site and the ads shown to you may be shared with companies involved in the delivery and/or personalisation of ads on this site and elsewhere online.

Canon EOS Rebel T7i vs Nikon D5600

5.16 in
3.93 in
Canon EOS Rebel T7i Digital Camera
Canon EOS Rebel T7i
4.88 in
3.82 in
Nikon D5600 Digital Camera
Nikon D5600
Available colors
Editiorial reviews
33
4.0 out of 5
16 user ratings
5 stars
12 %
4 stars
87 %
3 stars
0 %
2 stars
0 %
1 stars
0 %
Read editorial reviews
40
4.0 out of 5
20 user ratings
5 stars
5 %
4 stars
95 %
3 stars
0 %
2 stars
0 %
1 stars
0 %
Read editorial reviews
User rating
34
4.2 out of 5
34 user ratings
5 stars
41 %
4 stars
41 %
3 stars
17 %
2 stars
0 %
1 stars
0 %
39
4.3 out of 5
39 user ratings
5 stars
46 %
4 stars
43 %
3 stars
7 %
2 stars
2 %
1 stars
0 %

Full Comparison

Sensor

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Sensor typeCMOSCMOS
Image sensor formatAPS-CDX
Sensor size0.88 in0.93 in
Sensor photo detectors26.0 Mpx25.0 Mpx
Effective pixels24.0 Mpx24.0 Mpx
Image ratio w:h
  • 1:1
  • 4:3
  • 3:2
  • 16:9
3:2
Max resolution6000 x 4000 px6000 x 4000 px
ProcessorDIGIC 7Expeed 4
Other resolutions
N/A
  • 4496x3000
  • 2992x2000

Image

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
ISO
  • 100
  • 200
  • 400
  • 800
  • 1600
  • 3200
  • 6400
  • 12800
  • 25600
  • Auto
  • 100
  • 25600
  • Auto
ISO minimum100100
ISO maximum5120025600
Boosted ISO maximum51200
N/A
Maximum image resolution6000 x 4000 px6000 x 4000 px
White balance presets612
White balance modes
  • Auto
  • Cloudy
  • Custom modes
  • Daylight
  • Shade
  • Tungsten
  • Auto
  • Cloudy
  • Flash
  • Fluorescent
  • Incandescent
  • Manual
  • Shade
Custom white balanceyesyes
Supported image file formats
  • JPG
  • RAW
  • JPG
  • NEF
  • RAW
Photo effectsBlack&White
  • Black&White
  • Neutral
  • Vivid
Image stabilizeryes
N/A
Image stabilization typeNoNo
Supported aspect ratios
  • 1:1
  • 3:2
  • 4:3
  • 16:9
N/A
Uncompressed formatRAWRAW
HDRyesno
AEB/HDR supportyesyes

Optics and focus

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Lens mountCanon EF/EF-SNikon F
Optical zoom10.0 x
N/A
Digital zoom1.5 x
N/A
Magnification (Crop factor)0.82 x1.5 x
Maximum aperture3.53.5
AF assist (auto-focus assist light)FlashLamp
Focus adjustmentAutoAuto/Manual
Contrast autofocusnoyes
Contrast adjustmentyes
N/A
Brightness adjustmentyes
N/A
Focal length multiplier1.6x1.5x
Autofocus
  • AI Focus
  • Centre weighted Auto Focus
  • One Shot Focus
  • Servo Auto Focus
  • Continuous Auto Focus
  • Contrast Detection Auto Focus
  • Servo Auto Focus
Auto Focus (AF) lockyes
N/A
Manual focusyesyes
Auto Focus (AF) points selectionAuto
N/A
Auto Focus (AF) assist beamyes
N/A
Number of focus points4539
Max number of AF points (incl. assistant)4539
Image stabiliserOpticalLens based only
Filter diameter2.28 in2.17 in
Phase detection autofocusyesyes
Autofocus in recording mode
N/A
yes
Number of AF points (contrast)
N/A
39

Screen and viewfinder

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Screen size3.03 in3.19 in
Articulated LCDyesyes
Screen technologyLCD TFTLCD
Display aspect ratio3:2
N/A
Screen dots10400001037000
Touch screennoyes
Field of view100.0 %100.0 %
Live viewyesyes
Viewfinder
Optical
Optical
Viewfinder coverage95.0 %95.0 %
Viewfinder magnification0.82 x0.82 x
Dioptre correctionyesyes
Diopter adjustment (D-D)-3 - 11.7 - 0.5
Eye relief0.75 in0.67 in
Separate info displaynono
Flip-out screenyesyes

Photography features

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Shooting modes
  • Aperture priority
  • Auto
  • Manual
  • Scene
  • Shutter priority
  • Aperture priority
  • Auto
  • Shutter priority
Camera shutter typeElectronicElectronic
Minimum shutter speed30.0 s30.0 s
Maximum shutter speed1.0 s1.0 s
Maximum shutter speed (electronic)1/4000 sec
N/A
Shutter priorityyesyes
Aperture priorityyesyes
Manual exposure modeyesyes
Number of exposures33
Exposure compensation plus55
Exposure compensation minus-5-5
Expousure compensation steps
  • 1/3
  • 1/2
  • 1/3
  • 1/2
Auto exposure lockyesyes
AE EV steps
  • 1/3
  • 1/2
N/A
Continuous shootingnoyes
Self-timer delay
  • 10
  • 2sec
  • 2
  • 5
  • 10
  • 20
Histogramyes
N/A
AE frames3
N/A
Subject / scene modesyesyes
Flash sync speed1/200s1/200s
Built-in flashyesyes
Flash range1212
Flash modes
  • Auto
  • Manual
  • Redeye Reduction
  • Fill-in
  • Redeye Reduction
  • Slow Sync
External flash connectionHot shoeHot shoe
External flashyesyes
Continuous drive6.0 fps5.0 fps
Scene modes
  • Candlelight
  • Children
  • Close-up
  • Food
  • Night portrait
  • Portrait
  • Landscape
  • Beach
  • Children
  • Close-up
  • Night
  • Night portrait
  • Party
  • Pet
  • Portrait
  • Snow
  • Sports
  • Sunset
  • Landscape
Self-timeryesyes
Metering modes
  • Multi
  • Average
  • Spot
  • Partial
  • Multi
  • Center-weighted
  • Spot
Manual settingsyesyes
Self-timer options
  • 2
  • 10
  • 2
  • 5
  • 10
  • 20
Face detectionyes
N/A
Speed (RAW)6.0 fps5.0 fps
Exposure bracketing0.3 - 3.0±EV0.3 - 0.5±EV
WB Bracketing
N/A
Yes
Flash metering system
N/A
i-TTL
Speed (JPEG)
N/A
5.0 fps

Videography features

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Maximum resolution1920 x 1080 px1920 x 1080 px
Video recordingyesyes
Recording resolutions
  • 640 x 480
  • 1280 x 720
  • 1920 x 1080
  • 1280 x 720
  • 1920 x 1080
HD typeFull HDFull HD
Supported video file formatsMP4
  • H.264
  • MOV
  • MPEG-4
Analog signal format system
  • NTSC
  • PAL
N/A
Camera playback
  • Movie
  • Single image
  • Slide show
N/A
Video recording limit145.0 min.
N/A
Max resolution (highest frame rate)1920 x 10801920 x 1080
Max frame rate (highest resolution)60.0 fps60.0 fps
Max frame rate (regardless of res.)59.94 fps60.0 fps
Motion JPEG frame rate50.0 fps60.0 fps

Audio features

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Built-in microphoneyesyes
Microphone typeStereoStereo
Built-in speakersyes
N/A
Speaker typeMonoMono
Voice recordingyes
N/A
Supported audio file formats
  • AAC
  • LPCM
LPCM
Noise reductionyes
N/A
Audio system
N/A
Stereo

Design

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Body typeSLRSLR
Body material
  • Aluminium alloy
  • Fibreglass-reinforced polycarbonate resin
Plastic
Colour of productBlackBlack
Anti-dust systemyesyes
Environmentally sealednono

Dimensions

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Weight17.11 oz14.64 oz
Width5.16 in4.88 in
Height3.93 in3.82 in
Depth3.0 in2.76 in

Storage

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Compatible memory cards
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
Memory slots11
Storage types
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • SDXC
Camera file system
  • DPOF 1.1
  • Exif 2.3
  • DCF 2.0
  • Exif 2.3

Power

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Power source typeBatteryBattery
Battery life (CIPA)600970
Battery technology
Lithium-Ion
Lithium-Ion
Battery capacity1040.0 mAh
N/A
Battery recharge time8.0 h
N/A
Battery level indicatoryes
N/A
Battery voltage7.2 V
N/A
Number of batteries supported11
AC adapter included
N/A
yes

Connectivity

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
HDMIyesyes
HDMI connector typeMiniMini
USB portyes
N/A
USB version2.02.0
Headphone portnono
Microphone portyesyes
WirelessBuilt-InBuilt-In
Supported WiFi types
  • IEEE 802.11b
  • IEEE 802.11g
  • IEEE 802.11n
  • IEEE 802.11b
  • IEEE 802.11g
Remote controlyesyes
Smartphone remote supportyes
N/A
PictBridgeyesyes
NFCyesyes
Wireless network (Wi-Fi)yesyes
Bluetoothyesyes
Bluetooth version4.1 LE4.1
Firewirenono
USB connector type
N/A
Micro-USB

Other features

Canon EOS Rebel T7iCanon EOS Rebel T7i
Nikon D5600Nikon D5600
Timelapse recordingyesyes
GPSyesyes
Orientation sensoryesyes
Languages supportMultiMulti
Tripod mounting supportedyesyes
Image editing modes
  • Resizing
  • Rotating
  • Trimming
N/A

Pros & Cons

Pros
  • improved feature set
  • user-friendly controls and guidance
  • AF speed and accuracy has increased tremendously
  • optical performance is very impressive
  • make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images
  • Canon is trying to keep the dying entry level DSLR market alive
  • solid and well-built
  • fast focus and image stabilization
  • K-70 is a very good camera
  • the update is decent
  • Very decent update
  • great handling and image quality
  • image quality is as good as all the other Canons
  • Steady amber means charging; and steady green means charged
  • best prices; service; return policies and selection
  • reliable; easy-to-use; consumer-friendly and affordable DSLRs
  • The flip out screen is also helpful for focus and exposure
  • T7i creates a nice looking picture as long as you have ample light
  • got great improvements from the older T5i
  • reach an enthusiastic audience of students; enthusiasts and professional videographers and filmmakers
  • Dual Pixel AF technology is sublime
  • Image quality itself is also very good
  • The polished control layout is easy to use
  • great image quality and a good range of features
  • D5600 takes sharper and richer images and has longer battery life
  • very effective when tracking subjects during video capture and is a welcome addition
  • quiet and smooth autofocus
  • Accurate colors and generally well-balanced exposures
  • takes great photos and has a speedy autofocus
  • Features and build-wise
  • A nice entry at a reasonably price
  • sensor in the 6300 is from the new generation and is fantastic
  • intelligent masking tool; improved workspaces and more
  • crisper and sharper
  • very useful and thorough review
  • 77D a nice balance of specification and price
  • ease of use and great results
  • refined device and the wifi works just fine
  • Great JPEG quality out of the box
  • ISO 100 quality is incredible
  • Great AF; both in viewfinder and live view
  • Great image quality; good handling; good guide mode
  • s feature set is quiet impressive
  • Very smooth; easy to control noise
  • It is easy to follow and
  • The new Guided Assist feature is a great learning tool
  • the cross keys work fine and are arguably easier for some functions
  • easy to capture ideal brightness and color balance
  • great emphasis on accuracy
  • fast and reliable
  • The rental companies I recommend below are excellent to work with
  • intelligent viewfinders are really nice
  • Touch Focus is very simple and effective
  • faster frame rate and greatly increased RAW image buffer depth
  • All work very well and the face detection technology is especially impressive
  • The colors are nice and so is the high ISO output
  • simplest and most powerful autofocus systems
  • Video is good
  • camera's ability to track moving people is phenomenal
  • 800D feels exceptionally well balanced
  • compact; lightweight and neatly styled DSLR
  • image quality of JPEGs remains pretty good and is eminently usable
  • The touchscreen is nice and responsive
  • Automatic White Balance also serves up consistently accurate colour
  • Colours were rich and clean without looking over-processed
  • offer excellent photo and video quality
  • Performance was excellent in both modes
  • proved crisp and mostly positive
  • This interface is both attractive and informative
  • vari-angle touchscreen display works really well
  • quick and easy way to enter video recording
  • purpose metering option produces well balanced exposures
  • The menu is reasonably sensibly divided
  • Better battery life; better low-light performance
  • further improves on its strengths and weaknesses alike
  • Usability is improved
  • Holding the camera with one hand and both hands are comfortable
  • Touch to focus is quick and the results are sharp
  • light enough and fast enough to be a versatile shooter
  • Canon 800D is a competent shooter
  • bright enough and shows sharp colours
  • clean ISO performance ensures you will be able to shoot easily
  • bright imagery and more explanatory text
  • well built and generally well-designed
  • The control layout on the 800D is straightforward
  • of an impressive spec sheet and comes with some promising new features
  • Image quality is top class and the sensor is really good
  • Canon EOS 800D is perfect for both beginner and advanced photographers
  • textured grip around the control area making for a comfortable in-hand feel
  • clear and well laid out
  • Viewing angles are good
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF makes keeping video subjects sharp easier
  • bright and clear
  • setting produces attractive images that look natural
  • Noise is also controlled very well throughout the sensitivity range
  • it makes an excellent entry-level camera
  • Excellent autofocus Lovely picture quality Easy
  • noise is kept very well under control
  • Tracking is reasonably good
  • for a fairly simple; highly capable camera
  • fully articulated screen; connectivity and full function touch screen
  • Weatherproof and much better build
  • make it easy to shoot compelling lifestyle images
  • far; far better camera features wise and image wise
  • solid and well-built
  • autofocus is fast; and accurate
  • intelligent masking tool; improved workspaces and more
  • improved feature set
  • They are also very transparent in their testing methods
  • Great camera for size and price
  • excellent; affordable prime lenses
  • tight; lightweight body makes it as easy to handle as
  • Colours are strong and accurate
  • very simple to capture great images
  • Image quality is great
  • images are bright and the touch functionality very responsive
  • touch focus functionality particularly useful in Live View
  • All the compartments and buttons feel firm and secure
  • Colours are also vivid and accurate from the D5600
  • Fast and accurate AF produces sharp images full
  • Noise is also pretty well contained and a bit better
  • quicker and more accurate AF in live view
  • well-exposed shots taken up to ISO 800 are very sharp
  • The camera performed very well in the dynamic range tests
  • Function buttons and other setup elements are quite accessible
  • Nikon D5600 is well balanced and offers easy handling
  • 8 Great Vintage Street Photography Cameras
  • Great AF; both in viewfinder and live view
  • ease of use and great results
  • Very smooth; easy to control noise
  • refined device and the wifi works just fine
  • Great JPEG quality out of the box
  • s feature set is quiet impressive
  • Great image quality; good handling; good guide mode
  • ISO 100 quality is incredible
  • almost all the buttons and dials are within easy reach
  • accurate colors and smooth footage
  • touch-enabled and articulated LCD
  • performance and image quality are
  • The autofocus system works fast and accurately
  • great ergonomics and build quality
  • this camera feels solidly built
  • lightweight design that feels well-balanced in the hand
  • Nikon D5600 is an excellent camera for the price
  • It works quickly and delivers a good level of accuracy
  • Image sharpness is excellent in good lighting conditions
  • Movie quality is pretty good with the D5600
  • simple and intuitive solution
  • excellent image quality; straight-forward handling and quick performance
  • quick; smooth and very quiet autofocus
  • The night photograph was excellent
  • optical viewfinders are better than electronic viewfinders
  • handgrip is nicely coated and textured to give it a
  • for indoor images is easy with the touch controls
  • all touch screen and makes the whole process very easy to use
  • Great camera to walk around with in the city
  • provides fast; smooth; and quiet AF operation
  • highly responsive and smooth focusing with
  • extremely impressive AF performance
  • exciting and expressive images
  • real-world performance is certainly decent
  • easy to operate and still image quality is truly excellent
  • improving performance and stability
  • it feels nicely balanced in the hand and handles very well
  • tilting touchscreen is a very useful feature
  • rapid and abundant feedback
  • Rugged; handles well; good lens range; good output; good
  • Video is good
  • camera's ability to track moving people is phenomenal
  • simplest and most powerful autofocus systems
  • The glass screen is scratch resistant and reasonably resistant to fingerprints The touch interface is
  • top High ISO performance is excellent
  • Ultra sharp; great highlights; shadows and color and great performance at hyper ISOs
  • best prices; service; return policies and selection
  • Exposure is excellent and it recycles quickly
  • The tiny grip actually feels very good in my big American hands
  • Superb touch screen and interface design
  • built-in flash is excellent
  • D5600 has the best and most flexible Auto ISO settings; selection; service and return policies
  • The polished control layout is easy to use
  • Excellent image quality for its class
  • D5600 represents an excellent value and is a great overall performer
  • Image quality is excellent and overall performance is
  • very intuitive; and a welcome addition at the entry level end of the
  • extremely quick and easy
  • good hardware and terrific battery
  • Manual measurement is also supported and delivers good results in most situations
  • quick and straightforward and SnapBridge
  • deeply contoured grip that comfortably accommodates my fingers
  • intuitive touchscreen functions and great image quality
Cons
  • s cell phone is a tool not an appendage
  • Canon could be more specific with its live preview focus types
  • Relatively large compared to other cameras in its class and its photos aren
  • time-lapse movie format missing from the 800D
  • edge and corner softness
  • the buffer capacity was limited to 19 pairs of shots
  • the camera slowed down after recording 20 frames in 3. 1 seconds
  • Slower cards will have longer clearing times and may limit the length of bursts
  • lag of a few seconds when using the phone viewfinder mode
  • The remote is not currently compatible with any other Canon cameras
  • bigger; heavier; and more expensive
  • big one and not mirror vs no mirror
  • some noise visible at normal viewing sizes
  • the image may be a little overexposed
  • no headphone port
  • 1fps increase in shooting rate may not sound much
  • no dial on the back of the camera
  • lacking in 4K video capability
  • focusing is a touch slower
  • a little too pricey to earn top marks Good Stuff
  • battery life still is not considered in the scores
  • easy or hard to use is NOT the technical specification
  • geotagging is not working with Canon Camera Connect (Android app)
  • digital rangefinder eschewed a rear display and card slot
  • It loses a bit of functionality without those
  • BORING moulded black blob for too much money
  • lack of upper info lcd and buttons position
  • new cameras are just a click away
  • model will remain on sale in some regions
  • T7i has no rear control dial
  • The finder shows BUSY as the flash recycles
  • usual self-setting tends to be slower
  • No LCD auto brightness control
  • doesn't have some of the buttons I like on heavier cameras
  • Canon has not surprisingly reserved some features for the more expensive model
  • noise the picture has will be dependant on the ISO control
  • only slightly smaller than its big brother cameras
  • noise in the picture becomes unusable by professional standards
  • upscaled 1080 to UHD 4K will fool almost every viewer
  • not a camera with a bunch of party tricks
  • T7i is not designed to be used in such high-speed scenarios
  • inherently more accurate
  • Shooting out-of-focus 4K would be pointless
  • T7i does come across as feeling a bit cheap
  • It is not a sports camera like the 7D
  • Flash exposure can be dialed down even further
  • the in-camera processing takes a little time
  • It does not seem to support GPS image tagging through the phone
  • has too many unused features
  • primitive and noisy mechanical shutter and mirror
  • it only has one card slot
  • lack of lenses
  • Dynamic range is comparatively poor
  • video is not one of Pentax strengths
  • Static price groupings are problematic
  • Sony lacks lenses; Fuji massively
  • Sony does not support A-mount anymore
  • It does lack the settings panel
  • Flash is not supported in MSNR mode
  • noise reduction is destructive to image details
  • time-lapse movies are recorded in
  • lost grip on the camera
  • no audio is recorded during Time-lapse Movie capture
  • cluttered controls and confusing menus
  • fairly sluggish AF performance
  • in-camera JPEGs and manually processed raw images
  • 800D is limited to 1080p Full HD capture
  • DSLRs are of course not the only option
  • limited ability to customise the behaviour of the Auto ISO mode
  • video capture is limited to 1080p
  • the camera had a tendency to exposure for the darkest parts of the frame
  • the custom white balance is unnecessarily convoluted
  • plastic finish feels a little cheap
  • The price puts it in a tricky spot
  • autofocus struggles to find anything to lock on to
  • cameras seemed quite pricey when they were launched
  • this 20 second movie is 143Mb in size
  • no 4K video recording here
  • no top plate LCD or dual control dial
  • automatic white balance system tends to err slightly towards warmer; yellowish tones
  • A headphone jack is missing
  • of the lag or focus anomalies
  • it still lacks the kind of image sensor and metering system
  • the highlights are often blown
  • 800D turned out to be a mixed bag
  • the touchscreen in a frame that can be tilted
  • subject tracking and single point AF options are somewhat crude by comparison
  • 800D's buttons are found on the right-hand side
  • Ranges Small Appliances Pots
  • iPhone pictures look
  • it no longer has a clear edge over its mirrorless competition
  • D5600 is also rather dull
  • built-in WiFi solution
  • no optical low-pass filter
  • only takes a few seconds
  • you lose part of the touch screen capability
  • price differential is too big for many to make the jump
  • images from the LX100 are mediocre at best
  • D3400 has an inferior AF system
  • does not have an infrared remote sensor
  • No GPS
  • some noise when viewed at actual pixels
  • WiFi connection will drain the battery faster
  • lacks a 100 per cent field of view
  • there is no headphone port
  • it does not offer Bluetooth/ NFC connectivity
  • Mirrorless cameras are always smaller
  • low-contrast light where the system struggles
  • extremely low luminance noise
  • some red nuances show a slight shift into the orange area of the color space
  • sharpness filtering on hard contrast lines is very intense
  • Color noise becomes visible at ISO 6400 and higher
  • The camera offers only one parameter dial
  • Static price groupings are problematic
  • video is not one of Pentax strengths
  • Sony lacks lenses; Fuji massively
  • Dynamic range is comparatively poor
  • Sony does not support A-mount anymore
  • the clicks of the control dial when adjusting shutter speeds
  • SHARED1Samsung Galaxy S21 FE reportedly cancelled
  • significant image noise and softening of details
  • updates2Samsung Galaxy S21 FE reportedly cancelled
  • autofocus in Live View is slower than when using the viewfinder
  • images will be greatly affected by noise
  • D5600 does not have a built-in autofocus motor
  • annoying lags and delays
  • image quality suffers a bit when shooting in lighting conditions
  • draining the battery too quickly
  • it no longer offers GPS connectivity
  • Use Image Quality Sample Images Product Images Main Rivals Home
  • Nikon add a second card slot for Compact Flash cards
  • unwanted shutter lag
  • D3400 does not support Wi-Fi
  • it offers only a 95% view of the scene
  • statues are too high for me to get images looking through the viewfinder
  • D5600 is not the most entry -level camera for Nikon
  • the manual is not necessary
  • They are a lot heavier and it may seem like the lens could come off
  • Live View will chew through your battery
  • no low-pass filter
  • the distracting sheen of a hard surface gloss
  • No 4K here
  • built-in noise reduction made edges a bit fuzzy
  • D5600 fails to impress compared to the competition
  • any camera is only as good as the glass in front of it
  • headline-grabbing cameras
  • tracking autofocus is kind of unreliable
  • no headphone jack
  • only uses Bluetooth connectivity
  • Not Nikon lenses
  • only one MFT camera
  • it is not a house of credit cards
  • digital cameras a substitute for actually learning photographic processes
  • it limits the number of shots they can take and developing film is cumbersome
  • There are no dedicated buttons for white balance
  • this is not my favourite control system
  • no continuous autofocus for video
  • no option to show exposure information when reviewing shots
  • cluttered controls and confusing menus
  • No analog NTSC/PAL video output
  • No U1 U2 camera presets for your own settings
  • No battery percentage indicator
  • No depth-of-field preview button
  • lacks facial recognition for normal shooting
  • lossless compressed; not lossy
  • Price Lists Tech Shows HWZ Coupons Follow Us Topics Smartphones
  • Coupons Tech Shows Market Place Price Lists Smartphones
  • Nikon has; a little bit disappointingly
  • the battery needs to be removed and placed in a charging case
  • the camera takes a little time to process the image
  • to appear in parts of the frame and images were visibly softened
  • Noise also became increasingly visible
  • wind noise could still be problematic
  • the two frames are recorded roughly half a second apart
  • The buffer was limited to five RAW+JPEG frames
  • Aftershock stays ahead of the custom PC curve
  • noise artefacts will become too visible
  • subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles
  • it is not much of an upgrade
  • though a slight detail loss and colour desaturation

Often compared with Canon EOS Rebel T7i

Often compared with Nikon D5600