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NPhoto - - Test Team -

Most of the but­tons on the D5500 are within easy reach of your right thumb, mak­ing it quick and easy to change set­tings.

A small in­dent here helps you to eas­ily re­lease the screen and move it into an ar­tic­u­lat­ing po­si­tion, or fold it away from the body.

This dial con­trols dif­fer­ent things de­pend­ing on the exposure mode. For ex­am­ple, it sets aper­ture in aper­ture-pri­or­ity mode.

Use these di­rec­tional keys to set the aut­o­fo­cus point to which­ever one you need while you’re us­ing the viewfinder.

This ‘i’ but­ton cor­re­sponds with the vir­tual one that ap­pears on the touch­screen for quickly ac­cess­ing key set­tings.

The viewfinder only of­fers a 95% field of view, some­thing you need to bear in mind when com­pos­ing a shot.

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