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Nikon D500 Officially Listed as Discontinued

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The Nikon D500 is now officially discontinued. A few weeks ago Nikon D500 camera listed as discontinued or out of stock at major stores around the world. Now the APS-C DSLR camera is already officially listed as discontinued (“old product”) on the official Nikon Japan website:

The Nikon D500 first arrived on the scene in January, 2016. And to this day, it remains among of the most-capable APS-C DSLRs ever. It incorporates the same powerful 153-point AF system as the D5, offers high-speed continuous shooting at approx. 10 fps.

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

The Nikon D500 DSLR APS-C camera is currently out of stock or back-ordered at Adorama and B&H Photo (limited availability at Amazon)

Check the camera stores for availability
Nikon D500 [body-only] $1,599.95 Amazon | B&H 

The full-frame Nikon Z6 II is probably the closest mirrorless model to the D500, with its 14 fps continuous shooting speed, dual card slots, and high-res EVF.

See Nikon D500 Official Announcement | User’s Manual | Sample Images | Canon 7D Mark II Comparison | Nikon D7200 vs D7100 | Reviews Roundup.

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