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  1. Price
  2. Small
  3. Thin
  4. Lightweight
  5. Waterproof
  6. Weather Sealed
  7. Large Viewfinder
  1. Zoom
  2. Wide aperture
  3. Wide angle
  4. Macro
  5. Large Variety
  6. Interchangable
  1. Large
  2. High-res
  3. Touch
  4. Live View
  5. Flipout
  6. OLED
  1. 4K/UHD
  2. 1080p
  3. 24p
  4. Slow motion
  5. Continuous Focus
  6. External Mic
  1. Image stabilization
  2. Large sensor
  3. High ISO
  4. Low noise
  5. Boosted ISO
  1. High True Resolution
  2. High Megapixels
  3. Best Overall Quality
  4. High Color Depth
  5. High Dynamic Range
  1. RAW
  2. GPS
  3. HDR
  4. Panorama
  5. 3D
  6. Built-in Flash
  7. External Flash
  1. Rapid fire
  2. No lag
  3. Fast
  4. Long exposure
  1. Multiple Slots
  2. High Capacity
  3. Compact Flash
  4. SD
  5. Micro SD
  6. Memory Stick
Nikon D5500
Nikon D5500
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#1

Nikon

D5500

$496.00 Entry-level DSLR, over 2 years ago
$496.00 84.0 image quality
DSLR
Screen size
Large screen
3.2"
Touch screen
Touch screen
Fewer buttons
Screen flips out
Flip-out screen
Great for movies
Lens availability
Slightly more lenses available
230 lenses
Thickness
Thin
2.8"
Weight
Light-weight
420 g
Nikon D7200
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#2

Nikon

D7200

$784.72 Entry-level DSLR, over 2 years ago
$784.72 87.0 image quality
DSLR
D7200 vs the D5500
Advantages Tradeoffs
  • Weather sealed
  • Has a pentaprism viewfinder
  • Larger viewfinder
  • No touch screen
  • Screen does not flip out
  • Slightly more noise at high ISO
Nikon D5300
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#3

Nikon

D5300

$396.00 Entry-level DSLR, over 2 years ago
$396.00 83.0 image quality
DSLR
D5300 vs the D5500
Advantages Tradeoffs
  • Has a GPS
  • Similar shutter lag
  • About the same price
  • No touch screen
  • Slightly more noise at high ISO
  • Slightly worse image quality
Nikon D3300
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#4

Nikon

D3300

$339.95 Entry-level DSLR, over 2 years ago
$339.95 82.0 image quality
DSLR
D3300 vs the D5500
Advantages Tradeoffs
  • Better color depth
  • Slightly larger viewfinder
  • Same true resolution
  • Significantly smaller screen
  • No touch screen
  • Screen does not flip out
Pentax K-S1
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#5

Pentax

K-S1

$334.69 Entry-level DSLR, over 2 years ago
$334.69 78.0 image quality
DSLR
Pentax K-S1 vs the Nikon D5500
Advantages Tradeoffs
  • Has a pentaprism viewfinder
  • Larger viewfinder
  • Much better viewfinder coverage
  • Significantly smaller screen
  • More noise at high ISO
  • Lacks an external mic jack
Pentax K-3
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#6

Pentax

K-3

$867.39 Entry-level DSLR, over 2 years ago
$867.39 80.0 image quality
DSLR
Pentax K-3 vs the Nikon D5500
Advantages Tradeoffs
  • Weather sealed
  • Has a pentaprism viewfinder
  • Significantly less shutter lag
  • Much fewer lenses available
  • No touch screen
  • Screen does not flip out
Pentax K-3 II
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#7

Pentax

K-3 II

$845.00 Entry-level DSLR, over 2 years ago
$845.00 80.0 image quality
DSLR
Pentax K-3 II vs the Nikon D5500
Advantages Tradeoffs
  • Weather sealed
  • Has a pentaprism viewfinder
  • Larger viewfinder
  • More noise at high ISO
  • Much fewer lenses available
  • No touch screen
Nikon D610
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#8

Nikon

D610

$1,219.95 Pro DSLR, over 2 years ago
$1,219.95 94.0 image quality
DSLR
D610 vs the D5500
Advantages Tradeoffs
  • Much lower noise at high ISO
  • Better image quality
  • Significantly larger viewfinder
  • No touch screen
  • Screen does not flip out
  • Significantly more shutter lag
Sony SLT A77 II
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#9

Sony

SLT A77 II

$1,198.00 Pro DSLR, over 2 years ago
$1,198.00 82.0 image quality
DSLR
Sony A77 II vs the Nikon D5500
Advantages Tradeoffs
  • Much larger viewfinder
  • Shoots much faster
  • Weather sealed
  • Has a digital viewfinder
  • Significantly smaller screen
  • More noise at high ISO
Nikon D750
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#10

Nikon

D750

$1,530.89 Pro DSLR, over 2 years ago
$1,530.89 93.0 image quality
DSLR
D750 vs the D5500
Advantages Tradeoffs
  • Much lower noise at high ISO
  • Better image quality
  • Significantly larger viewfinder
  • No touch screen
  • Significantly fewer lenses available
  • Larger
Canon EOS Rebel T6i
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#11

Canon

EOS Rebel T6i

$749.00 Entry-level DSLR, over 2 years ago
$749.00 71.0 image quality
DSLR
Canon T6i vs the Nikon D5500
Advantages Tradeoffs
  • About the same screen resolution
  • Significantly worse image quality
  • Significantly smaller screen
  • More noise at high ISO