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Nikon D500 DX-Format Digital SLR with 16-80mm ED VR Lens

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  • 20.9MP DX-Format CMOS Sensor
  • EXPEED 5 Image Processor and range is (ISO 100, f/1.4 lens, 20 degree Celsius/68 degree Fahrenheit) matrix or center-weighted metering is –3 to +20 EV spot metering is 2 to 20 EV highlight-weighted metering is 0 to 20 EV
  • 3.2" 2,539k-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
  • 4K UHD Video Recording at 30 fps
  • Multi-CAM 20K 153-Point AF System
  • Native ISO 51200, Extend to ISO 1640000
  • 10 fps Shooting for Up to 200 Frames

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Detalles del producto

  • Pilas ‏ : ‎ 1 Litio Ion necesaria(s), incluida(s)
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Dimensiones del producto ‏ : ‎ 26.8 x 24.61 x 15.01 cm; 1.7 kg
  • Producto en Amazon.com.mx desde ‏ : ‎ 18 mayo 2016
  • Fabricante ‏ : ‎ Nikon
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B01A7Q0KZ6
  • Número de modelo del producto ‏ : ‎ 1560
  • Opiniones de los clientes:
    4.8 de 5 estrellas 68 calificaciones

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Descripción del producto

La D500 esta preparada para ir a donde tu pasión te lleve, capturando todo con claridad, velocidad y resolución asombrosa. D500 es la compañera ideal para tu pasión de viajar. Maravíllate con la claridad de sus videos cinemáticos 4K UHD. Asómbrate con su robustez y versatilidad. Además ofrece un balance perfecto con su sensor CMOS de 20.9 megapíxeles, y está lista para capturar detalles esquicitos, colores y las texturas que el mundo tiene para ofrecer
Y cuando hayas capturado tus hermosas fotografías, admíralas en una pantalla táctil inclinable de alta resolución ofrecida por la D500 y compártalas mediante la capacidad integrada de SnapBridge, Bluetooth eliminando las barreras entre tu camera y dispositivo inteligente. Como un beneficio agregado, la capacidad del Near Field Communication (NFC) integrado de la D500 hace que las conexiones con tus dispositivos inteligente sean prácticamente instantáneas.
Sin importar lo que vayas a fotografiar, puedes estar seguro de que la D500 estará lista para tarea una y otra vez. El procesador EXPEED 5 dentro de la D500 abre un mundo de posibilidades, procesando imágenes rápidamente permitiendo hasta 10 cuadros por segundo (CPS) para que no pierdas ningún momento de la acción. El nuevo sistema de autofoco Multi-CAM 20K provee 153 puntos de AF incluyendo 99 sensores de tipo cruz, que juntos te permiten crear imágenes que coinciden con lo que ves. Es también, la primera cámara DX de Nikon en utilizar la nueva tecnología de tarjetas de memoria XQD, la cual provee velocidades de lectura, escritura y transferencia más rápidas para aprovechar al máximo la velocidad de la D500.
La cámara aprovecha al máximo cada porción de luz disponible, dándote la flexibilidad de producir imágenes de alta calidad en entornos oscuros. Con un rango de ISO nativo de 100 - 51,200, expandible a Lo-1 y Hi-5 (equivalente a 50 - 1,640,000), la versátil D500 no es intimidada por condiciones difíciles de poca luz, hasta -4EV.
También trae consigo una pantalla táctil inclinable de 3.2 pulgadas con 2,359k-puntos RGB, facilitando la toma aun cuando sea de ángulos altos o bajos.


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Chinky
5.0 de 5 estrellas Nikon d500 vs. D750 for Pro Photography and Videography
Reseñado en los Estados Unidos el 13 de junio de 2017
Michael Willis
4.0 de 5 estrellas So far this looks like an excellent camera
Reseñado en los Estados Unidos el 28 de abril de 2016
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Michael Willis
4.0 de 5 estrellas So far this looks like an excellent camera
Reseñado en los Estados Unidos el 28 de abril de 2016
As an amateur wildlife photographer, so far I'm happy with this camera. I've only had one late afternoon of shooting Ospreys with it (EDIT: see updates below), and it was very impressive. Auto-focus is extremely fast, and the 10 frame-per-second shooting with a massive buffer is unbelievable. I'm using just an SD card (high speed) and I get 26 shots in the buffer (EDIT: in practice I'm getting about a 30 shot burst).

My ratio of good shots to bad shots is already significantly higher than it was with my Canon EOS 70D, which is a great camera but not nearly as good at focusing as this one is. I took about 400 images today and there may have been 10 that were too blurry to make use of, and that includes a moment when an Osprey took me by surprise and I had to aim and shoot in about a second. The D500 picked up the bird and focused almost instantly.

The shots are a bit softer than I hoped for, but I haven't used the automatic focus fine-tuning yet. I was using my (also new) Sigma 150-600mm Sport, which is a good lens but I haven't used Sigma's USB dock to fine tune it yet. So I (optimistically) suspect that when I use the camera's auto-tune and then use Sigma's dock to push it even further, I'll get razor sharp images almost every time. I'm very impressed so far, this is a big step up from the 70D, where I would get roughly 10 or 15 bad shots for every good one. Not knocking the 70D, I'm not a professional so I'm sure I have room for improvement.

I'm also extremely happy with Snapbridge, mainly because it easily connected to my Android phone (NFC didn't work but bluetooth paired easily - I've never had much luck with NFC). Snapbridge is now automatically geotagging every image. That's a big part of why I got this camera - I travel all over the world and geotagging has become a necessity as far as I'm concerned. Here's a knock on Canon - before switching to this Nikon I purchased Canon's latest - the 80D. Not only was the 80D unable to connect to my Android (only worked on Android 5, and I was on 6 which has been out for months), but when connecting to other Android 5 devices, it was unable to automatically geotag images. After speaking to Canon support, they said it was a limitation of the camera, and suggested I grab Canon's GPS add-on unit. Unacceptable when almost everyone has a smartphone that has GPS capabilities these days.

Some other quick notes, both pros and cons:
- The shutter release button is kind of "soft" meaning even when I don't want to, I frequently accidentally get a burst of 10 shots when I meant to take just 1. Not a big deal, I'm getting used to it already.
- The touch screen LCD is great, but I was surprised to find that it's not "always" touch-sensitive. For example, navigating the settings menus is not touch-enabled at all. Not a big deal, but I was surprised.
- The swiveling LCD screen is good, but Canon's fully articulating screen on the 70D and 80D is better. I particularly liked that on those cameras I could turn the LCD around entirely, facing inward, protecting the screen from scratches. I already bought a glass screen protector for the D500 so it's kind of a moot point.
- By default, the camera shows the remaining exposure count in the viewfinder and the top-display. If you want to see ISO instead, you can, but it shows up in place of the exposure count. So basically you have to choose between one or the other. For me I went with ISO.

That's it for now, I'll continue to update this review as I get more experience with the camera, especially after doing some fine-tuning on both the camera and the lens.

UPDATE: 5/1/2016
I spent a couple of hours playing with the auto AF-tune option using both the bundled Nikon 16-80mm lens, and my Sigma 150-600 (which is not an easy candidate for tuning). The system works generally OK, but repeated attempts give different results, sometimes with wide variations. The Nikon usually got a -1, 0, or +1, so I left it at 0. The Sigma was a lot tougher due to how large of a zoom range it has, and different distances between myself and the subject. I'll have to use Sigma's USB dock for this, but to speed things up I decided on a +3 (manual) adjustment after getting varying readings from the auto adjustment system (from -5 up to +6). I don't think it's the camera's fault, the lens has so many ranges and subject distances that one value will never be enough.

I spent another day shooting, mostly birds, and got some shots I'm very happy with. Success rate is still very high, and mistakes have always been my fault. For example I got some motion blur due to not using a high enough ISO setting (and therefore slower shutter speed) a few times on an egret (photos attached). I went up to 5,000 ISO yesterday and used Lightroom for noise reduction, which I was happy with. This was in bright sunlight, but handheld at long range on subjects in motion so I needed fast shutter speeds. I attached more photos here, with 100% crops as well (although Amazon may shrink those a bit, I'm not sure). More mistakes on my part, I forgot to switch the camera to AF-S for a squirrel and a turtle, both of which weren't moving, and didn't need AF-C / 153. However the pictures came out great anyway.

UPDATE: 5/8/2016
Took the camera to a farm animal event nearby today for more practice. Still a very good success ratio. I noticed something weird with Snapbridge. After connecting and putting my phone in my pocket, maybe 10 minutes later I would check and it would show no connection, and the camera would say awaiting connection. I would reconnect and put the phone back in my pocket, and 10 minutes later it would seem to be disconnected. I got annoyed and figured geotagging would be lost for many images, but upon importing, all geotagging was there. Not sure what the deal is but I was glad to not lose geotagging.

I also made use of the bundled 16-80mm lens paired with a Canon 500D close-up lens today (using a 77mm - 72mm adapter). Everything worked perfectly fine, and I'm happy with the lens.

As always, I believe any issues with the pictures are on my end. For example a decent close-up of a fly, using manual focus, was focused on his lower body instead of his eyes. Hard to tell when looking through the viewfinder, I should have taken some test shots and then reviewed them at 100% in the LCD and re-adjusted. All close-ups were taken at f/8, but I should have tried for a better depth of field at maybe f/22 or something.

Adding more sample pics, my apologies if you're grossed out by bugs!
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Julian Velasco
5.0 de 5 estrellas The perfect camera? Almost!
Reseñado en los Estados Unidos el 23 de diciembre de 2016
K
4.0 de 5 estrellas Recommended!
Reseñado en los Estados Unidos el 21 de julio de 2018
Ruth
5.0 de 5 estrellas Extremely happy
Reseñado en los Estados Unidos el 6 de diciembre de 2018
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Ruth
5.0 de 5 estrellas Extremely happy
Reseñado en los Estados Unidos el 6 de diciembre de 2018
I'm extremely happy with my purchase of the D500. As a beginner I was terrified of buying the wrong camera that I would outgrow fast. This definitely gives tons to work with. Obviously there is a learning curve from going from my note 8 phone to a dslr but I have had no problem getting some amazing pictures of my family. I did alot of research before deciding on this camera and I'm so glad I chose this one. I will definitely be able to use this for years to come without having any regrets of wishing I've gone full frame. Also glad I decided on the camera and its "kit" lens.
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