is Nikon D5600 realy worth it?

hi bro.

i do love photography.

i search recently for buying the camera. as i do love nikon brand and im somehow nikon man.
do you think this camera is worthy? do i have better options with this price?

i did read the article about this in local language
رونمایی از دوربین جدید Nikon D5600

would be nice if you have good review about the comparing this camera with it opponent

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Clarification Request
The link doesn't work here.

But my thought about photography is "the camera does not take or make the shot." I do find many newer photographers searching for the best camera and forget the basics. My best shot was from a very old camera much less than the 5600, but it is to this day my best shot.

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Nikon D5600

Of course Nikon D5600 is a good 24.2 mp camera with a flip-out touchscreen. Though 7200 is high in price but I thin D5600 is good choice.

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Worth buying

Nikon cameras are the best one. Its always worth buying it and Nikon D5600 posses 24.2 mp which is good for photography.

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Good Camera

Really depends on what you're looking to shoot (landscape, portrait, action shots) as well as your budget to really know if it's worth it. But assuming your price range is around $700 or so then while the Nikon D5600 is pretty good I'd prefer the Pentax K70 which has better sensors, speed, and is cheaper though there aren't as many lenses and accessories...

Here's a good list of other entry level DSLRs if you want to try and figure out what would work best for you -

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