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Additional Nikon D500 Coverage with Videos and Samples

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Here is our latest Nikon D500 coverage with additional hands-on video reviews and sample photographs.

Nikon has announced the DX-format D500 DSLR camera that features a 20.9-megapixel APS-C image sensor. The digital SLR model is powered by the new Expeed 5 image processor found in the D5.

It also has the same 153-point AF system with 99 cross-type sensor and can able to shoot continuously at 10 fps with a 200 shot buffer for Raw images.

Version 3.1 of Iridient Developer which is an acclaimed raw image file conversion and photo processing software for Mac OS now supports the Nikon D5 and D500 cameras.

Additional Nikon D500 Coverage with Videos and Samples

Nikon D500 Coverage with Hands-on Videos and Sample Images

As you might remember we’ve posted the Sony A6300 vs Nikon D500 comparison last month. This comparison is important because these are the high-end mid-range cameras with APS-c sized image sensors. A high ISO comparison of these models at ISO 6400 sensitivity can be found below.


More D500 sample photos and tests are also available at Imaging-resource and dpreview websites.

Hands-on Video Reviews

The D500 has the ability to capture striking 4K UHD video at up to 30p (3840×2160), as well as Full HD (1080p) video at a variety of frame rates. Additional hands-on, test and review videos of the Nikon D500 camera can be found below.

Test about the rolling Shutter, D-Light, etc.

The high-end DX-format DSLR can also capture 4K/UHD video and also features ‘SnapBridge’, a constant connection to a smartphone using Bluetooth. It is the first model in the mobile application.

The DSLR is available from several camera stores for a suggested retail price $1,999.95 for body-only. Bundled with the versatile AF-S DX NIKKOR 16-80mm f/3.5-5.6 G ED VR lens kit it is priced for $3,069.95.

Buying Guide
Nikon D500 body-only $1,999.95 Amazon | B&H | Adorama

Here are the screenshots of the AF points in our Nikon D500 coverage post.