Nikon have today announced the successor to their entry level Nikon D5500. That comes in the form of the not surprisingly named D5600. While the two don’t differ greatly, there are a couple of significant changes. The first being that Bluetooth has been added. This brings the D5x00 range in line with Nikon’s new SnapBridge protocol and their new WiFi workflow.
Also added are the slightly more advanced timelapse features included on bodies like the Nikon D7200. It basically allows you to save space on your card by having the camera automatically convert the sequence of stills to a video file. Personally, I think I’d rather have the individual files so I could process the sequence properly before putting it into a final video.