"Nikon DX camera vs. cropping or putting a teleconverter on a full frame body" is a new article by Steve Perry (website | YouTube | Facebook). You can check also his previous [NR] posts here:
Have you ever attempted to bag a prize wildlife photo only to discover that you needed a little more “reach” than what the lens hanging off the front of your camera was delivering? As a wildlife shooter, I tend to get into head-on collisions with that scenario on a regular basis - especially with my full frame bodies.
Well, along about the time the D300 and D3 came out, I began experimenting with and comparing crop bodies to full frame bodies (with and without TCs). And along the way, I realized that sometimes the right photographic tool for the job might not be what you had previously thought.
With the introduction of the D500, questions of when to use a crop camera or when to use a full frame camera have become as common as mosquitoes in a tent. Each day, my inbox sees a variety of crop vs. full frame camera conundrums, and it usually boils down to one of the two questions below.
It evolves the line by adding SnapBridge (Wi-Fi + Bluetooth) while shrinking the size of the camera body. Like its D5500 predecessor, it uses a 24MP sensor and EXPEED 4 processor. The D5600 also maintains a 3.2" fully articulated LCD, but adds a few new functions: enabling and disabling auto ISO is now possible via the touch Fn button and the D5's frame advance bar touch interface has been adopted. In-camera time-lapses are also offered with an auto exposure smoothing feature to make varying exposures due to changes in lighting look less jarring. (dpreview)