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Nikon D500 prices in Philippines

If you want a DSLR camera that offers superior photo-taking capabilities, look no further than the Nikon D500. With a 100% optical viewfinder, tilting screen, and enhanced autofocus capabilities, the Nikon D500 is a photographer’s absolute dream. Read on to find out more about the Nikon D500 Philippines.

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Nikon D500 Philippines – A High-Speed Photographer’s New Best Friend

Rejoice all Filipinos photographers – the long-awaited Nikon D500 has hit Philippine shores! Critically acclaimed as one of the finest APS-C cameras in the market, Nikon fans can be elated that the successor of the much-loved Nikon D300s is finally available locally. The D500 is a welcomed addition to sports, wildlife, event photographers with its super autofocus capabilities and shooting rate.

Nikon D500 Philippines – Built for High-Speed Photography

One of the key highlights of this camera is the ability to focus and shoot quickly, making it a darling for photographers who are into high-speed photography. The autofocus module for the D500 comes with 153 points, in which only 55 autofocus points can be selected as individual points, and the other points are present to assist in the prediction of moving subjects. The AF module provides near full-width coverage and is linked to a 180,000-RGB metering sensor, further enhancing the camera’s autofocus tracking capabilities. This metering sensor also enables autofocusing during live previews is also significantly faster compared to the older models of the Nikon DSLR cameras, as it can recognize subjects and points of contrast much better.

Tilted Screen for Better Shooting Angles

The screen on the D500 can be tilted, which is a good trait as you can now shoot better at awkward angles. This is particularly useful during event photography when the photographers need to shoot over a crowd or to squeeze into tight spaces to get that perfect shot. The screen is also touch-sensitive, enabling you to manually set autofocus points when the camera is in live view mode. You can also playback and look at the photos that you had taken by scrolling through them via the screen.

Nikon D500 Philippines – Offering 4K Video Recording for All the Aspiring Filmmakers

Another measure of whether a DSLR camera is in the top-tier or otherwise is its video-recording capabilities. The D500 delivers a superb performance in this category with its capability to record 4K quality videos. This enables the D500 to further increase its potential, turning it into a camera that videographers would consider to use to create their movies. To make the D500 even more appealing to videographers, the camera also includes a microphone and a headphone socket for internal monitoring, so that you can immediately listen to the sounds being recorded. The camera also enables users to customize its button behavior specifically for video shooting so that you need not choose whether to prioritize access to its photo or video features.

Nikon D500 Expert Reviews

digital-photography-school.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-18
Earlier this year Nikon released the new flagship D500 camera as part of their DX range or cropped sensor line-up. It is fast and designed with a specific user in mind. It is also one of the first cameras Nikon has produced that is using Snapbridge, the n...
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pdnonline.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-15
Constant smartphone connectivity, snappy AF performance, excellent image quality and dynamic range, great in low light environments, comfortable ergonomics, strong battery life4K video is tightly cropped, AF video performance lags competition, fairly bulky, PRICE: $2,000
Nikon's D500 had the somewhat unfortunate fate of being announced to the world right alongside the company's flagship full-frame DSLR, the D5. Like a younger sibling who has to watch the world fawn over the wunderkind while it sits brooding in the corner...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-14
Great versatility and performance Increased ISO sensitivity to capture in low light Excellent, durable build qualitySnapBridge is hohum Limited touchscreen LCD capabilities Slow Live View
Before knowing what I was doing, I had taken 10 photos with the new Nikon D500.The shutter speed was set for sports while the continuous shooting mode meant I didn't have to worry about missing a moment.There's a lot to love for fans looking to take a lea...
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gadgets.ndtv.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-05
SnapBridge is useful, Ergonomic controls, 4K video supportMenu system lacks touch support, No highframerate video mode, A bit heavy
Nikon announced the D500 at this year's CES. This model is the long-awaited successor to the D300S, which was launched nearly seven years ago. Nikon has gone all-out this time, cramming in as many professional-level features as one could ask for in an ad...
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videomaker.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-17
Great color reproduction, Has a great feelHigher price than MLICs with comparable specs, Zoom in and zoom out buttons, Live view must be turned on in video or photo mode
At the 2016 consumer electronics show, Nikon announced their first 4K DSLRs: the D5 and the D500. At just $2,000 for the body, the D500 offers a lot for the money. In addition to 4K shooting, it shoots on SD cards, has a tiltable screen and can shoot 60 f...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2016-10-07
At Rs. 1,32,950 (body-only, Nikon India), the Nikon D500 is certainly pricey, but this is the flagship APS-C DSLR that we are talking about, and the D500 is the best of its lot that we have seen in a while. In many ways, it is a mini Nikon D5, which is a...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2016-10-07
Excellent ISO performance, Fast, accurate autofocus, Bright, vibrant colours, 10fps continuous shooting is great for professional sports photography, Wide variety of connectivity optionsSomewhat bulky, Battery life keeps dropping
When the Nikon D500 was announced right at the start of this year at the Consumer Electronics Show, we all marvelled at it. It brought many of the excellent features that the Nikon D5 came with, along with retaining compactness and relative ease of use in...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-08
Fully realised autofocus system, fast shooting and huge buffer, great image quality, smaller and more manageable than D5, tiltangle touchscreen, ups its video capabilities (including 4K)“Hi” ISO settings aren't useful they're just headline grabbers, screen isn't fully variable, touchscreen inaccessible for menu controls
It's been a long time since Nikon launched the D300, a camera that arrived at roughly the same time as the very first iPhone. Yep, that long ago. That camera's successor, the D300S, hit the market last decade too. But now the long wait for a replacement m...
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EISA.eu
Reviewed on 2016-08-27
D500 är Nikons snabbaste och bästa DX-modell hittills. Med sina 10 bilder per sekund fungerar den perfekt för actionfoto. Nikons nya 153-punkters autofokussystem ger både snabb och träffsäker fokus, i synnerhet med rörliga motiv. En nyutvecklad APS-C-sens...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-19
The Nikon D500 is a digital SLR with an APS-C-sized sensor (20MP), very fast AF system, and many very handy features. Some elements of the high-end system D5 were transferred to this prosumer camera. Lab Review lab tests and comments supplied by BetterN...
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camerastuffreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-11
APSC = free telephoto effect, High image quality, in particular the dynamic range, Lightningfast AF and a great many frames per second, Everything is on it, Very bright, Filming in 4KAPSC = less wideangle effect, For an APSC camera, big and heavy, No builtin flash, Not inexpensive
The Nikon D500 is the newest APS-C/DX-format digital SLR camera from Nikon. Nikon's DX flagship was unexpectedly announced at the beginning of 2016 and has been available since April in the Netherlands. The target group for this successor of the Nikon D30...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
100% optical viewfinder, Tilting screen, Enthusiastcentric controls, Dual memory card slotsAPSC format sensor, Screen not articulating
What is the Nikon D500? Nikon fans have been waiting years for a follow-up to the much-loved D300S , and now it's here – the Nikon D500. This camera sits at the top of the APS-C tree for Nikon, and while for some photographers full-frame is the ultimate a...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-07-26
The Nikon D500 is fast with excellent continuousshooting and autofocus performance, its 4K video support is a welcome novelty for its dSLR price class and, of course, there's the great photo quality.Terrible wireless filetransfer and remotecontrol app, and its Live View (contrast) autofocus could use a boost
After 6 years neglecting the power APS-C action photographer, Nikon released the mostly impressive D500 dSLR, the little sister to the pro full-frame D5 . With the same autofocus and metering systems as that model, a high-sensitivity 20.9-megapixel CMOS s...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-07-26
The Nikon D500 is fast with excellent continuousshooting and autofocus performance, its 4K video support is a welcome novelty for its dSLR price class and, of course, there's the great photo quality.Terrible wireless filetransfer and remotecontrol app, and its Live View (contrast) autofocus could use a boost
After 6 years neglecting the power APS-C action photographer, Nikon released the mostly impressive D500 dSLR, the little sister to the pro full-frame D5. With the same autofocus and metering systems as that model, a high-sensitivity 20.9-megapixel CMOS se...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-25
The Nikon D500 is fast with excellent continuousshooting and autofocus performance, its 4K video support is a welcome novelty for its dSLR price class and, of course, there's the great photo quality.Terrible wireless filetransfer and remotecontrol app, and its Live View (contrast) autofocus could use a boost
After 6 years neglecting the power APS-C action photographer, Nikon released the mostly impressive D500 dSLR, the little sister to the pro full-frame D5 . With the same autofocus and metering systems as that model, a high-sensitivity 20.9-megapixel CMOS s...
Read More >
practicalphotography.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-15
Main features The D500's 20.9MP APS-C sensor measures 23.5x15.7mm, and produces a resolution of 5568x3712p, more than enough for detailed A3 prints. Nikon's DX format sensors have a 1.5x crop factor, giving lenses 50% greater reach than their stated foca...
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photoreview.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-07-14
The native sensitivity range is a stop wider than the D7200's, while the extended sensitivity range beats the previous top-of-the-line DX camera. We wouldn't recommend using the highest ISO settings unless there was no alternative but it can be handy to h...
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dpexpert.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-07-14
Image quality is excellent with noisefree high ISO images. The ergonomics are the best and Nikon is providing a decent live view experience with limited touch screen functions. Tracking auto focus is very good.Snapbridge is a clunky disappointment. Making a connection between camera and phone is difficult
This 20 megapixel single lens reflex is the successor to the D300, and is Nikon's top APS (cropped sensor) model. The 100 per cent view pentaprism viewfinder is backed up with a tilting LCD that has limited touch screen functions. The array and layout of...
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whatdigitalcamera.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-30
Remarkable autofocus system, Excellent build quality and handling, Fine image quality at both low and high ISO settingsLarge and heavy compared to APSC peers, Much less capable when used in live view, SnapBridge connectivity doesn't work well (yet)
As far as crop-sensor DSLRs go, Nikon's new flagship, high-speed model is up there with the best, as Andy Westlake discovers in this Nikon D500 reviewBack in 2007, Nikon unleashed a pair of DSLRs that revitalised its line-up and re-established the company...
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amateurphotographer.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-06-29
Remarkable autofocus system, Excellent build quality and handling, Fine image quality at both low and high ISO settingsLarge and heavy compared to APS-C peers, Much less capable when used in live view, SnapBridge connectivity doesn't work well (yet)
Back in 2007, Nikon unleashed a pair of DSLRs that revitalised its line-up and re-established the company as being at least on a par with its rival Canon. The professional-level D3 was its first full-frame model, with super-fast shooting and an impressive...
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