Nikon D500 Review | Live Science

Main specifications

Type: DSLR
Sensor: 20.9MP APS-C
Mounting the lens: Nikon F
ISO range: 100-51,200 (end 50-1,640,000)
Viewer: Optics, 1x mag, 100% coverage.
Video capability: 4K 30p / 1080p 60p
Weight: 1.68 pounds
Size: 5.79 x 4.53 x 3.19 inches
Memory card type: 1x SD, 1x XQD / CFexpress B

It’s rare that an APS-C system has comparable power to a full-frame flagship, but that’s the case with the Nikon D500. This crop-sensor camera (referred to as “DX format” in Nikon’s nomenclature, rather than “FX format” for full frame) is probably the best body Nikon has ever released when it comes to DSLRs.

Boasting speed, image quality and build quality just a notch below its professional-grade siblings, the D500 is a force to be reckoned with. And thanks to the 1.5x crop factor of its smaller sensor, it extends the effective focal length of your lens – making it one of best wildlife photography cameras.

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