While digital photography is no longer a new technology by any means, top-tier digital cameras are still the best means to capture the highest quality photographs, and it is not as though technological development has left digital photography behind. DSLR cameras are still utilizing innovations in tech, and there is no camera in which this is more evident than the Nikon D500. It holds top rankings and some of the best reviews among such esteemed tech publications as CNET and TechRadar as well as photography sites and magazines like dpreview, photographylife.com, and Popular Photography. Upon reviewing the camera’s top of the line specs and features, it is easy for any amateur or photography professional to understand why.
The D500 has enough new, innovative technology that a fix will require a tech professional rather than a traditional camera repair in many cases. It is the best DSLR camera in its price range, which is saying something given that its price is around $1,500 for the body alone, used no less, on bargain sites. It can reach nearly $3,000 with a good lens and the optional deluxe battery grip bundle. That said, it is an exceptional camera, offering the best sensor resolution, the most autofocus points, and the highest max frame rate. As for picture quality, it has the greatest buffer depth, meaning the very sharpest image and least pixilation possible. It has the highest magnification and best coverage, highest quality rear screen, and best video resolution. This is simply an exceptional camera, thanks largely to a top of the market APS-C (Advanced Photo System type-C) sensor.
The D500 can connect to mobile devices and computers via both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. You may want to ensure that you can always receive great file retrieval service, but if your computer suffers a catastrophic data loss, you can still have your photos backed up on your phone or on a removable storage device. Other features that make the D500 perhaps the best camera in its price range include a tilting touchscreen, a mic and headphone, and a vast selection of lenses. It also features superior construction, a magnesium alloy and carbon fiber composite that makes it exceptionally strong but lighter than many others like it. It does not hurt that it also has an extremely long battery life relative to similar cameras. For everything you want in a camera, the Nikon D500 is the top choice for professional photographers or those whose budget allow it.
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