How to Perform Factory Reset on Nikon D5600 DSLR Camera

How to Perform Factory Reset on Nikon D5600 DSLR Camera – The Nikon D5600 is a DSLR camera that mounts a 24.7 Mpixel CMOS DX (APS-C) sensor. The official announcement by Nikon takes place on 10 November 2016. It replaces the previous model D5500, even though at the time of the launch of the D5600, it is still on the list. This model, when launched, is positioned between the D3400 and the D7200.

It inherits the same processor (EXPEED 4), the ISO range, the maximum shooting rate (5 fps), and the angular touch screen with the previous model. 3.2 “(8.1cm) variable-angle touchscreen LCD display with wide viewing angle and resolution at 1,037k points; SnapBridge technology based on Bluetooth low power energy-saving connection between the D5600 and a smartphone or tablet; 39-point AF system including nine Nikon Multi-CAM 4800DX cross-centers.

How to Perform Factory Reset on Nikon D5600 DSLR Camera:

If you have a Nikon D5600 DSLR camera, there is a short track that is actually provided by Nikon as a quick shortcut to reset factory settings. Look for two green dots on Nikon’s camera body. Press both buttons simultaneously for 2 seconds until control panel turns off briefly while the camera resets itself to the factory default settings.

The way above will restore critical picture-taking settings without affecting all options on the Custom Setting menu. Follow the following ways if you want to reset all Custom Setting:

  • Press the ‘MENU’ button
  • Scroll down by using the Multi-controller to navigate to the “Custom Setting menu” and enter it
  • Select “Reset Custom setting”
  • Confirm the question by select YES

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