Italian astrophotography company PrismaLuceLab has launched a modded version of the Nikon D5500 DSLR for taking better astro photos. The new camera is called Nikon D5500a, they use a cooling system on Nikon D5500 to keep image sensor cool and reduce noise during long-exposure photos. The Cooled Nikon D5500a, which comes with a 4-year warranty, is available now and costs €2190 (about $2420) at PrismaLuceLab.
Nikon D5500 is a mid-range APS-C DX DSLR camera released in 2015. D5500 is the successor of Nikon D5300, it provides a 24.2MP DX-format sensor with no optical low pass filter. Improvements over the previous model include the addition of a touch screen, which is a fully articulated 3.2-inch 1.37M-dot affair, as in the D5300. It has most similar specs to Nikon D5300, so recommended lenses for D5300 are similar to D5500. Today, we are going to showing you a list of recommended lenses for Nikon D5500 camera.
At CES 2015, Nikon has announced the new upper-entry-level DSLR Nikon D5500, to replace the Nikon D5300 DSLR, which is announced in 2013. Nikon D5500 provides a 24.2MP DX-format sensor with no optical low pass filter. It features a touch screen, which is a fully articulated 3.2-inch 1.37M-dot affair, as in the D5300. A flat picture profile is added, and the 1080/60p video specification is identical to its predecessor.