Nikon D5500 (Black) Digital SLR Camera 24.2MP + 18-55mm AF-P f/3.5-5.6G Lens

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NEW Nikon D5500 (Black) Digital SLR Camera 24.2MP + 18-55mm AF-P f/3.5-5.6G Lens

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What’s In the Box

• Nikon D5500 DSLR Camera (Body Only, Black)
• Nikon EN-EL14A Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery for Select Nikon Cameras
• Nikon MH-24 Quick Charger for EN-EL14 Battery
• EG-CP16 Nikon Audio/Video Cable
• UC-E17 USB Cable
• DK-25 Rubber Eyecup
• AN-DC3 Camera Strap (Black)
• Nikon BF-1B Body Cap

Nikon AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G Lens
• Front Lens Cap
• Rear Lens Cap

Description

Description

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A first for Nikon DSLR cameras, the D5500 incorporates a touchscreen LCD monitor, giving you greater camera control. It features a 24.2 megapixel sensor and an EXPEED 4 image processor that provide high-resolution images and Full HD 1080p video with notable low-light sensitivity up to ISO 25600 and up to 5 fps. The optical low-pass filter is omitted from the sensor, allowing for additional sharpness in both photos and videos. The D5500 has a 39-point autofocus system with nine cross-type sensors and a 2,016-pixel RGB sensor for precise exposure metering in a wide variety of lighting conditions. Full HD videos can be shot at multiple frame rates up to 60 fps, with full-time continuous auto focusing capabilities. The D5500 has selectable audio frequency ranges – Wide and Voice.  It also has a built-in intervalometer to record up to 9,999 consecutive exposures at variable intervals. The redesigned camera body is slightly smaller and lighter than its predecessor and incorporates both an optical pentamirror optical viewfinder along with a large 3.2″ 1,037k-dot vari-angle touchscreen LCD monitor, which features a 180° swivel design to better support working from high and low angles. A variety of touchscreen functions allow you to pinch to zoom, navigate menus, choose settings, and choose your focus point. An eye sensor turns the LCD monitor on and off, enables a Touch function, and starts the playback funtion when your eye moves away from the viewfinder. Built-in Wi-Fi enables advanced image sharing capabilities, and when paired with an Android or iOS mobile device, remote viewing and control over the shutter release is possible from a distance.

A wide range of Picture Control modes, Scene Modes, and Special Effects modes are available as well as in-camera image editing capabilities for adjusting settings prior to sharing. Built-in HDR and Active D-Lighting modes can also be used to optimize exposure results by preserving highlight and shadow details for an extended range of apparent tones. 24.2MP DX-Format Sensor and EXPEED 4 Processor The 24.2 megapixel DX-format CMOS sensor and EXPEED 4 processor work together to produce overall high image quality with notable detail, dynamic range, color accuracy, and low-light sensitivity to a native ISO 12800, which is further expandable to ISO 25600. Additionally, the sensor’s design omits an optical low-pass filter in order to acquire the greatest amount sharpness and detail from subjects. The EXPEED 4 processor also enables a wealth of speed throughout the camera system, including support for full HD 1080p movie recording and a full-resolution continuous shooting rate of 5 fps. Multi-CAM 4800DX Autofocus Sensor Benefitting the high image quality is an apt AF system that employs 39 distinct AF points, including nine cross-type sensors, to quickly acquire focus in a range of lighting conditions, from -1 to +19 EV. A unique 3D-tracking mode utilizes the 2,016-pixel RGB sensor, typically reserved for exposure metering, in order to maintain sharp focus on moving subjects. To better suit specific subject matter when working in AF-A or AF-C focus modes, Dynamic-area AF mode allows you to choose from 9, 21, or 39-point arrays for enhanced subject tracking and recognition, even if the subject briefly leaves the frame. Single-point AF, 3D-tracking, and Auto-area AF modes are also available. When working in live view, for either still or movie shooting, a contrast-based AF system is employed to acquire focus precisely and can function in continuous, full-time servo mode to better suit working with moving subjects. Additionally, four AF-area modes are available when working in live view: Face-priority AF, Wide-area AF, Normal-area AF, and Subject-tracking AF.

Additional Packages

Additional Packages

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Excellent camera with great features

This was the best bundle deal I found for the Nikon D5500. I specifically wanted the 300mm lens for shooting sports shots at football games, and I was not disappointed. The camera itself has a ton of features and takes exceptionally good pictures. This bundle is all most beginner photographers will need to get started. I opted to add a high-speed 128MB flash card, a Yongnuo YN-568EX flash and a Kodak MIC-204 external microphone to suit my needs. The microphone is needed for recording video because the sound of the autofocus servos is detectable in the video if you just use the built-in microphone. That was a simple $20 fix.

I absolutely LOVE the camera. The built-in Wi-Fi makes it easy to view and download pictures from my smart phone, and I can even focus and shoot pictures with the same app. The touchscreen is icing on the cake, making it very easy to select shooting modes and variables, as well as quickly viewing and zooming in on your shots. The setup options menu is very robust. I can't see me ever "outgrowing" this camera.
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Headed in the right direction

The one I got appeared to be an import and acted strange out of the box so I had to return it but conceptually this is a step in the right direction as it's lighter than the D5300 and has a touch screen even if reported to be slow. I've also heard that not being able to make adjustments to the aperture like the Canon during video recording is a downer. I ended up settling for the D5300 since it has the bypass anti-aliasing filter that makes the quality, as reported, as good as the 7100. I think the small size is much better than the 7100 even if there's no weather proofing. I'm not sure if weather proofing is a needed feature for me. I tried a 7100 that was too tight and I think nearly damaged my lenses so if that's weather proofing I don't like that. Buying a body is always a compromise. But getting a good deal helps with that. I would be careful who you buy it from since getting a foreign model is not good or a stolen one that Nikon will take from you if you service. I got some duds from Nikon's refurbished section so all sellers aren't perfect but going through eBay protects you from this situation unless you don't notice something right away. This model is nice for sure just make sure you get a good one.Read full review...

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Love the D5500

Switched from an old-in-tooth D300 that had too many control and menu interactions for me to consistently get the photos I want. In A or M mode I can easily make this camera do just what I want without it doing something unexpected. REALLY love the touch screen for settings and the 3 round Shutter, Aperture and ISO Icons. It doesn't have all the bells/whistles of D7200 and D500, but just right for me. I can even set AEL/AFL button to do "back button" Focus and have the shutter button NOT (re) focus the shot. Wonderful! Battery life is quite satisfactory, but I keep a couple of charged spares with me just in case. When I don't want to worry about big light changes, Auto ISO up to 3200 is really good for 11X14 and smaller pics IMHO (6400 pretty OK too). DX 1.5X crop sensor at 25.4 megapixels is a lot of pixels in a relatively small sensor. I get really sharp crisp photos - I think more pixels could actually make this worse. This camera is light! And quite small for a DSLR. I don't use the WIFI so no comment there.Read full review...

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very good Camera

As most Nikon's are this is a good camera. I bought it to upgrade from my D5000 for two reasons: one, to be able to send images via wireless signal and two, to be able to get higher resolution images. It is light weight, the instructions are a little complicated as I think it is more than just for the average point and shoot customer though that option exists. Many of the settings are easy to change, if not easy to understand. The quality and resolution of photos with this camera is amazing. I bought just the body because I have the same lenses I have used for two previous Nikon cameras. I am told this is an "entry level" professional camera. I am not sure if it is or not, but it is user friendly and if you are willing to learn, you can make it's usefulness that much greater.Read full review...

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Improved in every way.

This written from the perspective of a long time D5100 owner. I finally decided to upgrade from my old camera. I saw this at a pretty decent price, and read a few reviews about how good this camera was. After receiving the camera, I noticed right away How much smaller it was, compared to my D5100. That's not bad, just different. It actually feels better in my hand. Right away, I could tell the difference in the auto focus system. I sometimes use my DSLR for video, and the auto focus is far more responsive. Speaking of video, I can vouch this is now a viable option. I was very impressed with the quality with my 50mm 1.8 and shooting in 24p. I mainly use a Canon XA35, and would put the footage I captured in the same category as it. It's not a full time video shooter, but for the back, it's pretty good. Photos are crisp and clear. I love the touchscreen. It makes it so much easier to make adjustments to my exposure on the fly. All in all, this is a well thought out camera. For an upper novice shooter like myself, this is the perfect balance of quality, helps and price. Highly recommended.Read full review...

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Best Value For a Beginner to Immediate Photographer

This camera is the best entry level camera for someone who doesn't want to just buy the cheapest DSLR. This camera is the best quality/value you can get before moving on to big, bulky cameras. It's incredibly lightweight, has valuable features like WiFi photo transfer straight to your phone, touchscreen, and great image quality. It came out recently, in 2015, so it's built better than other entry-level cameras. Furthermore, as a photographer, you'll come to realize that lenses are just as -if not more- important than the camera, so buying this instead of the bulky expensive ones leaves you with more money to spend on getting a good set of lenses.
I did a lot of research and testing of both Canons and Nikons before I bought my first DSLR, I chose the D5500, and I couldn't be happier with my purchase. If you want something cheaper, stick with Nikon (D3400 or D5100) because they typically offer better entry level features than Canon. However, make sure to try a Rebel and decide for yourself because they are great cameras nonetheless. If you want something a step up over the D5500, look at the Canon 70D.. It has great reviews, and some of my friends own and love it.
For your first lens, buy the Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 35mm f/1.8G. This inexpensive prime lens has a great maximum aperture that allows for beautiful crisp bokeh, even in low light situations.
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Capable Little Camera

I have used the Nikon D7100 for a while that's usually paired with the Nikkor 80-400mm for photographing birds and I've really loved it. I wanted something smaller though that I could throw in a purse and carry a little more easily for day-to-day use, so I picked up the D5500 at a good price on ebay. So far I've really enjoyed it. It lacks a few features and conveniences of the D7100, but its image quality is on par - if not a little better in low light. I had a D5200 years ago and I feel like the D5500 has come a long way. Maybe I hadn't taken the time to learn the D5200 but I find the D5500 a little more intuitive and I find that settings are more easily accessed. Overall this a great little camera and I'm happy with this purchase.Read full review...

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Best DSLR for the money. HANDS DOWN.

The Nikon D5500 is the best small DSLR for the money hands down. Image quality is amazing due to its 24MP sensor without an anti-aliasing filter. The D5500 also has amazing high iso capabilities, Even better than the D5300. The AF is faster than the D5300's as well and the camera just feels snappier. The AF is also more accurate and doesn't back-focus like the D5300. The MAIN improvement on the D5500 is the ergonomics. The camera is VERY comfortable (Take note Sony on your A7 series of cameras) The camera is also VERY small and light but still comfortable, Unlike the Sony A7 series. I see no reason to buy any A7 series camera with this little gem here. NOW, If Nikon would only start making ALL of their dslr's with a flip screen and no AA filter like this one. Are you listening Nikon? Buy It!Read full review...

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This is the 9th Nikon and the 5th DLSR; each one just keeps getting better!

The photo quality is sensational! We frequently shoot in the performing arts center where I work. The ISO on this camera makes shots of stage amazing! Wish I could post one here.

The price has come down during the several weeks since I made my purchase, but I am still very happy with my camera and I was also happy with the service I received from the seller.

I would be happy to answer questions of anyone considering this purchase. If you don't have $3K-$4 to spend on the camera & lens, this is a choice I would recommend. The lens I got to go with has been great as well: Nikon AF-S Nikkor DX 18-300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Lens.

ebay is the best place for cameras & lens and other digital equipment.
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Great Upgrade

Years ago when digital cameras were on the market I bought a point and shoot digital. I finally upgraded that camera to a Nikon D40x that permitted me to take pictures inside of places where flash was not permitted. The D40x is a very nice "entry" camera to digital SLR quality photos, but I found the camera failed me in certain situations. I asked my photography minded friends for suggestions and every one of them told me to get a 4-digit Nikon, so I read reviews and selected the D5500. I had 2 lenses for my D40x, and the D5500 kit came with a lens I already had, so I began seeking a body only that was a super good price. I am amazed at the things this camera can do and I suspect my learning cycle will continue for years to come. I have already had some of my photos produced on canvas, and the 24.3 megs look fantastic on a 12 x 18 canvas.Read full review...

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Información adicional

UPC

018208015443

MPN

1544

Screen Size

3.2"

Color

Black

Connectivity

USB

Battery Type

Lithium-ion

Megapixels

24.2 MP

Type

Digital SLR

Series

Nikon D

Warranty

1yr Parts , 30 day Labor warranty by seller

Model

D5500

Brand

Nikon

Default LCD Language

English

Manual

Hard Copy or CD Format

Packaging

Original Box w/ manufacturer accessories included

Warranty Provider

Authorized Professional via seller

Seller Warranty Coverage

Import Model , 1yr USA warranty by seller

Features

Touch-Screen Control

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