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Nikon unveiled its new mid-range D5600 DSLR in November last year and it has kept us waiting until the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 to reveal the pricing and release date information for the United States. The company has finally confirmed the Nikon D5600 price and release date for prospective customers in the U.S. It’s going to be available for purchase stateside later this month.

The Nikon D5600 will be yours for $799 later this month, it comes with an 18-55mm AF-P DX Nikkor lens. This mid-range DSLR is a slight improvement over the Nikon D5500 that was released back in 2015.

Nikon has particularly improved the connectivity functionality of this camera by adding support for NFC and Bluetooth. The 3.2 inch touchscreen on the back can also be used for a frame-advance bar and for applying tweaks like cropping to a photo.

The camera features Nikon’s Snapbridge technology which can instantly beam photos taken with the D5600 to a smartphone. This eliminates the hassle of having to deal with cables or complicated Wi-Fi connections to transfer photos from a DSLR to a mobile device.

For $799, the D5600 is a pretty robust DSLR with its 24.2 megapixel sensor coupled with an Expeed 4 image processor, and max ISO of 25,600. If you want one, head over to one of Nikon’s retail partners to pick up the D5600 later this month.

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