So… remember that D5600 that weirdly and inexplicably got released to the entire world sans the United States last year? This one? Well, it looks like Nikon just wanted to have something to release as the major number at CES, because that’s where they just announced it as the headliner. In Nikon’s own words:

Today, Nikon announced the U.S. availability of three Nikon cameras, headlined by the lightweight yet powerful Nikon D5600 DSLR. The DX-format D5600 helps users step up their photography with a multitude of creative features and allows for easy sharing, using Nikon SnapBridge technology.

Hey, That D5600 Announced Last Year is Actually Available in the United States Now

So, in case you missed it, you can either head over to our original article about the D5600, or take a look at these truncated specs below (language directly from Nikon):

  • With Nikon SnapBridge technology, seamlessly connects via Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), as well as Wi-Fi and NFC, facilitating easy sharing
  • 24.2-MP high resolution CMOS sensor helps deliver sharp image quality
  • EXPEED 4 image processor and continuous shooting at 5 fps and 39-point AF system help capture fast moving objects with pinpoint precision
  • Offers amazing low-light performance with an expanded wide ISO 100-25,600 range
  • 3.2-inch vari-angle LCD touchscreen makes it easy to activate image playback and cropping features when editing
  • Available January 2017 for a SRP of $799.95 with the AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G VR kit lens

Nikon also announced two new compact (and super cheap) point-and-shoots, the COOLPIX W100 and COOLPIX A300:


Hey, That D5600 Announced Last Year is Actually Available in the United States Now

  • Easy to use and rugged compact offering that anyone in the family can enjoy
  • Waterproof (32ft), shockproof (5.9ft), and freeze proof (14 degrees)
  • Supports Nikon SnapBridge to allow for seamless connectivity and photo-sharing
  • Equipped with a 13.2 MP sensor, 3x optical zoom and full HD 1080p video capabilities
  • Available March 2017 for a SRP of $159.95


Hey, That D5600 Announced Last Year is Actually Available in the United States Now

  • Ultra-thin and stylish design that can easily slip into a pocket
  • High-performance VR effectively reduces camera shake for greater stability
  • Boasts an 8x zoom and 16x Dynamic Fine Zoom
  • Connectivity and easy photo sharing when connected to a smart device via Nikon SnapBridge
  • Easy Operation with automatic functions such as Scene Auto Selector and Smart Portrait Mode
  • Available February 2017 for a SRP of $139.95