NIKON D 500 Body with 64 GB (Class 10) SD Card
The best a DSLR can get.
Get a step closer to professional photography with Nikon D500, a legitimate successor to the D300. This Digital Single Lens Reflex camera has more hidden under its DX hood. A true flagship model and undisputedly the finest camera in its range that comes with the new and refined autofocus system. Nikon D500 sports an APC-S sensor with DX-format and delivers a resolution of 20.9 Megapixel along with a 3.2-inch tilting touch-capable liquefied colour display which is rated 2359 dots. The optical viewfinder delivers 100 per cent coverage and 1x magnification.
There are two card slots on the right side of the Nikon D500, one of which accepts standard SD cards while the other one supports XQD cards. The card rates an ultimate speed of 440MB/s which is far quicker than the fastest UHS-II SDXC card. Consider the camera’s ability to shoot 10 frames per second with a standard frame size of 5518 x 3712 pixel, the XQD card turns out to be a handy performer that helps camera provide glitch-free performance. A cluster of buttons flanks the LCD with live view controls for stills and videos for stills and videos.
What’s included in the pack
You will be excited to find the Nikon D500 camera body, battery, cable clips, strap, plug-in charger, USB cable and caps in your purchase. A 400-page user’s manual is included in the pack to help you master this camera. You can also choose to download a free NX-D for RAW file conversion as well as View NXi for photo management. Feel free to download the new SnapBridge app for sending images to your smartphone.
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Slimline, stylish and easy to use
Multi-cam 20k autofocus sensor with 153/99 AF points
Iso range of 100-51,200 expandable to lo 1 and hi 5 (50 – 1,640,000 equivalent)
Share images instantly with built-in snap bridge (wi-fi + Bluetooth) capabilities
Motion blur reduction
Scene auto selector with which the user need simply point the camera at the intended subject and the camera automatically applies the optimal scene mode