Using the diminutive Nikon D5600 is a world away from shooting with a bulky enthusiast SLR like the D7200 or D500. It’s light and unobtrusive, but its image quality is terrific, and the vari-angle screen makes it supremely versatile. The SnapBridge experience is disappointing, though, and prices might have to drop a little for the D5600 to be tempting.
Canon EOS 750D
The Canon EOS 750D matches the D5600’s specs closely and it’s cheaper, but look out for the newer and more advanced EOS 800D.
If you just want the D5600’s image quality, the Nikon D3400 will deliver that, although you don’t get the articulating touchscreen.
Sony Alpha 68
The Sony Alpha 68’s translucent mirror combines the autofocus speed of an SLR with the Live View convenience of a CSC.