Nikon D5500 18-55mm Black price, specs, review 價錢、規格及用家意見

The Nikon D5500 is a 24MP DSLR camera with a 23.5 x 15.6mm CMOS sensor. The DSLR camera has an ISO range of 100 to 25600. It can also record videos at Full HD. To help better compose and view photographs, it has a 3.2" display as well. Find out more about this Nikon DSLR camera below.

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The Nikon D5500 is a 24MP DSLR camera with a 23.5 x 15.6mm CMOS sensor. The DSLR camera has an ISO range of 100 to 25600. It can also record videos at Full HD. To help better compose and view photographs, it has a 3.2" display as well. Find out more about this Nikon DSLR camera below.

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Nikon D5500 18-55mm Black Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelD5500 + AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm
DateJan 2015
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC,SDXC
Memory slots1
Display diagonal8.13 cm (3.2")
Vari-angle LCD displayYes
Display resolution720 x 480 pixels
Display resolution (numeric)1036800 pixels
Field of view100%
Built-in microphoneYes
Audio formats supportedPCM
Ports & interfaces
USB version2.0
HDMI connector typeMini
Security algorithmsAES,WPA2-PSK
Microphone inYes
Weight & dimensions
Width124 mm
Depth70 mm
Height97 mm
Weight420 g
Lens diameter5.95 cm
Lens length6.6 cm
Lens weight195 g
ISO sensitivity (min)100
ISO sensitivity (max)25600
ISO sensitivity100,25600
Light exposure modesAperture priority AE,Auto,Manual,Shutter priority AE
Light exposure correction±5EV (1/2; 1/3 EV step)
Light meteringCentre-weighted,Matrix,Spot
Light exposure controlProgram AE
Picture quality
Camera typeSLR Camera Kit
Megapixel24.2 MP
Sensor typeCMOS
Maximum image resolution6000 x 4000 pixels
Image sensor size4/3"
Still image resolution(s)(L) 6000 x 4000, (M) 4496 x 3000, (S) 2992 x 2000
Image stabilizerNo
Image formats supportedJPG,RAW
Total megapixels24.78 MP
Image sensor size (W x H)23.5 x 15.6 mm
Wi-Fi standards802.11b,802.11g
Video recordingYes
Maximum video resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
HD typeFull HD
Video resolutions640 x 480,1280 x 720,1920 x 1080
Motion JPEG frame rate60 fps
Resolution at capture speed1280x720@50fps,1920x1080@24fps,1920x1080@25fps,1920x1080@30fps,1920x1080@50fps,1920x1080@60fps
Analog signal format systemNTSC,PAL
Video formats supportedH.264,M-JPEG,MPEG4
Focus adjustmentAuto/Manual
Auto focusing (AF) modesContinuous Auto Focus,Servo Auto Focus,Single Auto Focus
Auto Focus (AF) points39
Auto Focus (AF) points selectionAuto,Manual
Auto Focus (AF) lockYes
Auto Focus (AF) assist beamYes
Flash modesAuto,Fill-in,Flash off,Red-eye reduction,Second curtain synchro,Slow synchronization
Flash sync-speed0.005 s
Flash exposure compensationYes
Flash exposure correction-3EV - +1EV (1/2; 1/3 EV step)
Shoe mounting pointYes
Shoe mounting point typeHot
White balanceAuto,Cloudy,Flash,Fluorescent,Manual,Shade
Scene modesChildren, Close-up (macro), Night portrait, Party (indoor), Pet, Portrait, Landscape
Photo effectsBlack&White,Neutral,Vivid
Self-timer delay2,5,10,20 s
Camera playbackHighlights,Movie,Single image,Slide show,Thumbnails
Dioptre correctionYes
Diopter adjustment (D-D)-1.7 - 0.5
Languages supportMulti
Live viewYes
Direct printingYes
GPS (satellite)Yes
Orientation sensorYes
Camera file systemDCF 2.0,DPOF,Exif 2.3
Anti-dust functionYes
Eye relief1.7 cm
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery typeEN-EL14a
Number of batteries supported1
Fastest camera shutter speed1/4000 s
Slowest camera shutter speed30 s
Camera shutter typeElectronic
Product colourBlack,Red

Nikon D5500 (18mm – 55mm) Specs and Features in Hong Kong

Nikon D5500 Hong Kong – Your Trustworthy Photography Companion

Nikon has emerged as a prominent name worldwide when it comes to DSLR cameras. The DSLR cameras offered by Nikon Hong Kong is available in various price ranges to suit different budgets. One of the budget models that have become the talk of the town is Nikon D5500. Despite being an entry-level model, the D5500 offers commendable features that make it a value-for-money purchase.

Design and Handling

Out of the box, the camera comes with a 24.2-megapixel 18 - 55mm CMOS sensor. For the D5500, Nikon decided to opt for a new style of DSLR body which makes it smaller and lighter than its predecessor. This makes the camera suitable to be brought along for travels, especially trips that involve a lot of walking around as its lightweight and compact size means that the camera will not be too burdensome to be brought around. The D5500 also has a much deeper grip than previous Nikon models, giving users a more comfortable and firmer hold of the camera. The body end of the grip is curvier to allow your fingers to wrap around more comfortably.

Display Screen

The D5500 also comes with a responsive touchscreen display which enhances the user experience. Apart from using it for focusing in Live View, the touch display can also be used as an alternative manual control surface whilst shooting with the viewfinder. The screen is attached to a vari-angle hinge for you to turn the screen to an angle that suits you best. This will come in handy while taking shots at odd angles.

The screen itself is a 3.2-inch LCD display with 1.04M-dot resolution. Amateur and newbie beginners will not have any complaints about the display as it provides accurate colours and sufficient sharpness for regular usage.


Ensuring that the D5500 has a smooth performance is an Expeed 4 processor which offers burst performance of 5fps. This provides the camera with enough speed to take action shots despite not being a sport- or action-centric DSLR, an impressive feat for an entry-level DSLR.

In terms of the AF performance, the Nikon D5500 is equipped with the Multi-CAM 4800DX module which gives 39AF points, nine cross-type. This translates to speedy and accurate focusing and impressive AF performance even in low-light conditions with the help of the AF light.

Wireless Support

The Nikon D5500 also has Wi-Fi support which enables users to transfer images from the camera directly to your smartphone or other mobile devices via the Nikon Wireless Mobile Utility app. This also means that you can control the shutter wirelessly, providing users with more versatility when using the camera.

Reviews of Nikon D5500 18-55mm Black
Reviewed on 2018-08-05
This Nikon D5500 DSLR review shows a camera that fits in the middle of the DSLR camera market. It has a nearly four-figure price tag, so it's above the price point of most entry-level DSLRs. And it doesn't quite have the image quality or performance level...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-08
Great image quality for photos and videos, Lightweight, Collapsible lens reduces bulk, Great battery life
Collapsible lens opens a bit slowly
The Nikon D5500 is a great option for the family photographer or someone who is looking to get their first DSLR camera. The camera's 24.2 megapixel sensor captures high quality photos and its lightweight body makes it easy to tote around on vacations or a...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-17
In late 2015, many (if not most) consumers are likely to shop based on price and capability, rather than according to whether a certain model contains a mirror, or not. We think this is a good thing; with all the increased competition, cameras are improvi...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-10
The new Nikon D5500 boasts an impressive 242 million effective pixels, 39 focus points, and a blah blah blah — OK, look This is a blog about geeky parents, not a photography blog If you came to this article just for technical specs about this camera, let...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-28
The Nikon D5500 delivers excellent photo quality as well as a performance that can keep up with your kids and pets
The redesigned grip may not be comfortable for people with large hands, and Nikon really needs to update its Wi-Fi app
Ever since I reviewed it in 2013, I've been recommending the Nikon D5300 as my top choice for a general-purpose dSLR suitable for kids-family-and-travel photography. The D5500 is a modest update over the D5300, with some design tweaks and a touchscreen d...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-30
The Nikon D5500 is the latest starter camera in Nikon's DX line. It is a step up from the D3300 and a step below the D7200 . As such, it serves a nice position as an upgrade camera for beginners and a powerful package for enthusiasts.The D5500 goes head-t...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-15
The first question I'd ask of any camera is this: Is this camera a good fit for me—for my hand, for my style of shooting, for what I want to shoot? I've been looking for a compact interchangeable-lens camera that I could easily carry around when I didn'...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-14
Excellent image quality for its class, Easy-to-use Wi-Fi, Responsive autofocus, Touch-to-focus and shoot LCD, Ligh, compact design
Slow live-view autofocus, Lacks built-in GPS of the predecessor D5300, Limited Wi-Fi app functions, Built-in mic picks up stray sounds
Who it's for? Photographers stepping up from a point-and-shoot, bridge or entry-level DSLR camera as well as enthusiasts looking for a highly capable DSLR without the price tag of pro-level models.A modest update to last year's D5300 , the Nikon D5500 ($9...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-02
Excellent image quality with wide dynamic range, Compact and light yet wellbuilt body with perfectly designed grip, 3.2" fully articulating LCD ideal for video and tripod use, Touchscreen makes menu navigation and rack focusing easy, Impressive focus trac...
Fine detail in JPEGs can get smudged at higher ISOs, Lacks second control dial found on most of competition, Limited buffer memory affects continuous shooting and bracketing when using Raw, No aperture control or Auto ISO in movie mode, No exposure simula...
Preview based on production Nikon D5500The Nikon D5000 series has long been a good choice for photographers who wanted a very capable compact DSLR that offer a higher level of enthusiast features than the D3000 series that sits below it. Nikon's latest mo...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-27
Besides being the first Nikon to feature a touchscreen LCD, the mid-range DX format Nikon D5500 is a mostly unremarkable update to the D3300, but as with that model, the performance of the 24-Mpix CMOS sensor really stands out. Read on to find out how wel...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-26
Omits optical low-pass filter. Sharp vari-angle touch display. Solid detail at high ISOs. 5fps continuous shooting. 39-point AF system. Quick startup. 1080p60 video. Integrated Wi-Fi. External mic support.
Smaller body means controls are somewhat cramped. Pentamirror viewfinder. No GPS. Will not autofocus with screw-drive lenses. Limited Wi-Fi remote control. Self-timer deactivates after use. Lacks depth of field preview
Nikon has a habit of refreshing its midrange consumer SLR on a yearly basis, usually with incremental updates. This year's model, the D5500 ($899.95, body only), is no different. It's a little bit smaller than the D5300 which it replaces, and adds a ...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-24
That grip, Pretty small size, Reliable and can deliver very solid image quality,
A bit too skinny in places
When Nikon talked to us about the D5500, we generally thought it was a step in the right direction. After spending a while with it, we tend to agree with that opinion. As far as business sense goes, the Nikon D5500 is a safe bet and doesn't rock the boat...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-07
Swiveling touchscreen, Great image quality, Longer battery life, Built-in Wi-Fi
Slow tap-to-shoot, GPS got axed, No water resistance or weather sealing, Average video recording
The D5500 is Nikon 's first DSLR camera to include a touchscreen. It's hardly a new idea — Canon's EOS Rebel T4i was the first DSLR to have one and that came out in 2012. Nikon's newest camera is the company dragging its feet in the face of new market tre...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-11
The Nikon D5500 is a new 24.2 megapixel DX-format DSLR camera with no optical low-pass filter (OLPF). The D5500 can record Full HD movies at 1080 60p/50p/30p/25p/24p with stereo sound and comes equipped with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. A high-resolution ...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-06
Low image noise, Very good sharpness, Great dynamicrange, Accurate AF system, Short shutterlag, Excellent timetofirstshot, Full HD video with autofocus, Quite usable with gloves on, Good batterylife, Nikon D5300, Nikon D5300 No EyeStart sensor, GPS, Nikon...
Some overexposure, Below average AWB, AF on the slow side, Odd LiveView preview, Odd Auto ISO behavior, Selftimer resets after each use, No mechanical AF coupling
The Nikon D5500 is an entry-level DSLR. It offers a nearly identical specifications to the D5300 Nikon D5300 which precedes, except in a notably revised design. At its core is a 24 megapixels APS-C 1.5X-Crop CMOS sensor without anti-alias filter. It sport...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-06
The Nikon D5500 marks the first product from Nikon that includes touch operation. Our editors are looking to get their hands on this and test it at CES. The touch-operation makes the D5500 more intuitive, with pinch to zoom and shutter activation. The Var...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-06
The Nikon D5500 offers fantastic DSLR image quality and speed in an ultralight and inexpensive package. Live View lets you shoot photos and videos while held away from your head with a swiveling screen.The D5500 weighs so little that it's a pleasure to ca...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-05
Amazingly small for a DSLR; Great image quality for its class, including superb low light and high ISO performance; Generous JPEG buffer depth; High resolution,
Buffer depths are shallow when shooting RAW; Lacks GPS from the predecessor; No AA filter means it's susceptible to aliasing artifacts,
There is, sadly, one feature subtraction. Unlike its predecessor, the D5500 no longer sports a built-in GPS receiver, so if you want to geotag your images, you'll need to do so manually or rely on an external device to record a location track that can be ...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-12
The size and weight differences between the D5500 and D5300 bodies are marginal but the new camera gives you much better battery capacity and a few additional in-camera processing options, although it lacks the in-camera GPS provided with the D5300.Nikon ...
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