SnapBridge is arguable the biggest addition to the D5600. It’s designed to make image sharing quicker and easier than when using a conventional Wi-Fi link that requires tedious setting up and recurrent pairing. SnapBridge employs a Bluetooth LE (Low Energy) chip that provides a constant connection without severely impacting battery life, enabling images to automatically transfer from the D5600 to a smart device so you can then share them to social media or cloud storage. The catch? In order to maintain fast transfer speeds and keep the system sipping rather than gulping power, images are transferred at a downsized resolution. Full-res shots can be transferred manually, albeit via conventional Wi-Fi, and with increased power consumption. This additional Wi-Fi connection also enables remote control of the D5600 over distances of up to 10 metres using a smart device. You also get NFC pairing, so the Wi-Fi link can be established by tapping your smartphone against the camera.