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Mark Peters : January 29th 2016 - 10:00 CET

Nikon D500 captures 4K UHD video


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NikonNikon D500 Digital SLR camera records 4K video format : The highly anticipated resurrection of the DX-Format Flagship gives digital photographers the best combination of speed and connectivity. The Nikon D500 features an enhanced level of robust build quality, offering the same amount of rugged weather sealing as the Nikon D810. The durable body is a monocoque structure composed of magnesium alloy for the top and rear, while the front is reinforced with lightweight carbon fiber. The shutter mechanism has been tested for 200K actuations, helping to ensure maximum endurance. For further durability, the D500 excludes a pop-up flash, yet is compatible with Nikon’s newest radio frequency capable flash, the SB-5000 Speedlight (with optional Nikon WR-R10 & WR-A10).
Nikon D500

Nikon D500 video features
Just like the D5, the D500 has the ability to capture striking 4K UHD video at up to 30p (3840x2160), as well as Full HD (1080p) video at a variety of frame rates. Ready for any production, the camera sports a host of pro video features derived from the D810, including uncompressed HDMI output and Picture Controls, but adds even more great features. These pro-level creative video features include the ability to create 4K time-lapse movies in-camera, Auto ISO smoothing to provide fluid transitions in exposure during recording, and the capability to record 4K UHD video to the card and output to HDMI simultaneously. When capturing 1080p Full HD content, the camera also has a new 3-axis electronic VR feature that can be activated regardless of the lens being used. Challenging video exposures are no problem for the D500, as it also adds in Active D-Lighting to Full HD video to balance exposure values within a scene to help prevent blown-out highlights.

D500

Tilting 3.2-inch high resolution LCD screen
It’s easy to compose and view images on the D500’s bright 3.2-inch, high resolution (2.359K-dot) touchscreen LCD, which lets users interact with photos in playback, control the camera and operate menus. When mounted on a tripod or shooting from creative angles, landscape and event shooters will appreciate the reinforced tilting LCD screen, similar to that of the Nikon D750. Additionally, images are rapidly written to either a fast XQD card slot or to the additional SD card slot for maximum workflow efficiency. As an added benefit, the D500’s built-in Near Field Communication (NFC) capability easily connects the camera to a compatible smart device with just a tap, while built-in Wi-Fi capability allows for faster wireless image transfer.

Nikon D500 accessories

Creative photography with the D500
The Nikon D500 marshals in a new way to share photos wirelessly with the new Nikon SnapBridge, making the camera’s built-in connectivity easier to use than ever before. SnapBridge allows for Bluetooth supported connection between your camera and compatible smart device, thus making automatic upload of your images possible. Once enabled, the camera stays connected to the smart device and transfers photos, eliminating the need to re-connect devices. Those looking to share images from their travels or from the field can also tag images for transfer in camera and can password protect their connection for added security. For those looking for an even faster transfer solution, the D500 is also compatible with the new optional WT-7A Wireless Transmitter, enabling wired or wireless transmission of files to an FTP server or computer at faster speeds.

Nikon D500 review

Nikon D500 review
As soon as we receive a test sample, we will publish a sample photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Nikon D500 review. Availability of optional D500 accessories may differ depending on the country. Please visit the Nikon website in your country for more information.

D500 review

Nikon D500 pricing
The Nikon D500 price is set at $1,999.95 (body only). Prices may vary from country to country. A Nikon D500 kit will also be available, bundled with the AF-S DX NIKKOR 16-80mm f/2.8-4E ED VR ED VR lens, for just $3,069.95. The Nikon MB-D17 price is set at $449.95 and will add extended battery life and facilitate vertical shooting. The Nikon WT-7A price is set at $934.95. The Wireless Transmitter will be available in March 2016.

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