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Mark Peters : January 29th 2016 - 09:00 CET

Nikon D500


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NikonNikon D500 DX-Format Flagship D-SLR : Nikon recently introduced the D500, a DX-format Digital SLR camera with pro-level features that gives photographers nimble handling, speed and extreme processing power in a compact and lightweight body. With amazing imaging capability, robust build quality and lightning fast performance, the new D500 is sure to satisfy as the highly sought-after successor to the venerable D300S. Like its sibling the D5, the D500 benefits from Nikon’s latest technological innovations such as the totally new, blazing-fast Multi-CAM 20K 153-point AF system and 4K UHD video capture, yet adds a fun new way to share photos with Nikon SnapBridge built-in. In addition, the Nikon D500 features NFC and Wi-Fi capabilities.
Nikon D500

Nikon D500 DX-Format camera
The Nikon D500 digital SLR camera imagines the best of both worlds, offering advanced enthusiasts and pro photographers all the benefits of DX-format, such as smaller form-factor and lens crop, combined with many of the same advanced pro features found in the new Nikon D5. The new Nikon D500 features an all-new 20.9-megapixel DX-format CMOS image sensor that renders pictures with outstanding colors and gorgeous tonality. This new high-quality sensor is coupled with Nikon’s new EXPEED 5 image processing engine, affording low noise and maximum processing power with a surprisingly small footprint and superbly balanced body.

DX-format camera

Smaller-sized DX-format NIKKOR lenses
The benefits of the DX-format are evident for long-distance applications like wildlife and sports photography, where telephoto ability is at a premium and weight reduction is welcome. With Nikon’s legendary FX or smaller-sized DX-format NIKKOR lenses, the sleek D500 is the ideal companion for wanderlust. When mated with the new AF-S NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR lens, the D500 offers a remarkable 350-750mm equivalent focal range for a lightweight, yet super-telephoto duo. Because amazing images can happen even when the sun goes down, the D500 is capable of excellent low-light performance, with an ISO range of 100-51,200, expandable to 50-1,640,000 equivalent. From low-light cityscapes to action sports under the lights, the Nikon D500 is ready to tackle any imaging challenge.

Nikon D500 body

Nikon D500 body
Within the streamlined body of the Nikon D500 camera is a formidable processing powerhouse. Whether photographing sideline sports for the home team or animals in exotic destinations, a super-fast 10 frames-per-second (fps) burst speed with full AF and AE will help nail nearly any shot. This extreme speed lets users capture every fleeting moment in exceptional clarity, while a generous buffer allows for up to 79 shots (14-bit, uncompressed RAW/NEF) to be captured, so the moment won’t be missed. When paired with the amazing imaging capabilities of legendary NIKKOR optics, photographers can capture intimate portraits, mind-blowing macros or action from extreme distances - the possibilities are endless.

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Multi-CAM 20K AF sensor module
To keep pace with the action, the Nikon D500 is fitted with the same AF system as the D5, the Multi-CAM 20K AF sensor module, with a separate dedicated processor for AF function. On the D500’s DX format sensor, the 153-point AF array fills the frame from side to side, letting users flawlessly track and lock-onto subjects from the edges of the viewfinder. Nikon has answered the call from photographers to once again re-invent this camera category and offer an unmatched combination of performance and value. Like the D5, the D500 utilizes the new 180K RGB Metering system and Advanced Scene Recognition System to help ensure balanced exposures and fantastic color rendition in nearly any shooting situation.

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Nikon D500 price and availability
The Nikon D500 Flagship D-SLR will be available in March 2016 for a suggested retail price of $1,999.95 for the body-only configuration. A Nikon D500 kit version will also be available, bundled with the versatile AF-S DX NIKKOR 16-80mm f/2.8-4E ED VR ED VR lens, for a suggested retail price of $3,069.95. The Nikon MB-D17-battery pack will also be available in March 2016 for a suggested retail price of $449.95 and will add extended battery life and facilitate vertical shooting. The Nikon WT-7A Wireless Transmitter will be available in March 2016, for a suggested retail price of $934.95. Visit Nikon Imaging for additional product information and availability of optional Nikon D500 accessories.

Nikon D500 Digital SLR camera




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