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Nikon D500 with 20.9MP DX format CMOS and 4K UHD Video Recording

Nikon the main competitor of Canon, has now made a surprise with the launch of the Nikon D500. The D500 was announced at CES 2016 in Las Vegas. In addition equipped with a 20.9MP DX format CMOS sensor and EXPEED 5 image processor, the D500 can also be used to create a 4K video. You will enjoy the Touch-screen, tilting 8-cm/3.2-in. high-resolution monitor ensures more comfortable shooting for professionals and advanced amateurs.

Does the presence of the D500 will be a contender for specific types of Canon DSLR cameras? Perhaps there will be a new competition this year, the Nikon vs. Canon. We look forward to the review of the other leading photography writer. 
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Nikon D500. Image: slrlounge.com

Nikon D500 is designed in a compact size, and smaller than SLR cameras in general, so that the D500 is very convenient for holiday accompany you anywhere, and for various other activities. 

You can use this camera in the city, adventure and safari, and you can capture anything that moves fast like a penalty kick, tennis, motor racing or Kung Fu. The Nikon D500 is also very appropriate for indoor shooting, for example, to photograph the newlyweds in the church or wedding reception, even in low light conditions.

Nikon D500 key specs:
20.9MP DX format CMOS sensor and EXPEED 5 image processor
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 SnapBridge (Wi-Fi® + Bluetooth) capabilities
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
Built-In Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC
180k-Pixel RGB Sensor and Group Area AF
In-Camera Time Lapse,
Up to 9999 FramesDual card slots - XQD and SD media

If you are a professional photographer or you need a lot of space to store video or photos you're shooting, the Nikon D500 is the right camera for you, because the D500 has combination XQD and SD slots, compatible with the latest G-Series and UHS-II standards, respectively. The D500 features a 20.9 megapixel DX sensor with an resolution of 5568 × 3712 pixels. This camera also equipped with an eye-level pentaprism viewfinder, which offers 100% vertical and 100% horizontal coverage for precise framing and 1.0x magnification.
 
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New Nikon D500. Image: redsharknews.com
You can use Nikon D500 to make creative pictures because the D500 has Picture Control modes allow you to set predefined looks to imagery in-camera and include Landscape, Portrait, Standard, Vivid, Monochrome, Neutral, Flat, and user-customizable settings. This new camera also enriched with a powerful new 153-point AF system delivers superior subject acquisition performance across a wider range of situations.

The D500 is compact, lightweight DX system offers outstanding agility, especially for telephoto shooting. You can bring this camera anywhere for every moment. Don’t forget to use a special feature “SnapBridge support”;  lets you connect the camera to a compatible smart device via built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. 

You can maximize the WiFi feature on this camera to transfer your photos to a variety of social media networks such as Instagrams, Twitter or Facebook and others quickly and easily. Make sure there is Internet network around you, your photos will spread rapidly throughout the world. Nikon D500 is portable and powerful, the D500 will galvanize the way you shoot stills and video.


Canon EOS 1DX vs. Nikon D4S a special comparison

Canon EOS 1DX vs. Nikon D4S a special comparison for beginners. 

Canon EOS 1DX and Nikon D4S are high-end camera that became the mainstay of professional photographers. Both cameras are great for indoor and outdoor photography. Is it still relevant fatherly discuss competition between Canon vs Nikon?

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Canon 1DX vs Nikon D4S. Image: www.reddotphoto.com.sg
When a photographer moved from amateur photographers to a higher level as a professional photographer, then they should take a decision on the main camera to be used for work in the real sense. They must choose one of the brands that will be their personal brand in the world of photography. 

That's why Canon and Nikon are very serious about wanting to tempt the photographers with the design and camera features that can meet the needs of professional photographers. We will always see the fight Canon vs. Nikon at any time. Now, you can see the difference between the Canon EOS 1DX vs Nikon D4S. Are you going to choose one of them?

Canon EOS-1D X is a great full-frame camera; combines speed with image quality, to create the next generation camera for professionals. The 1D X is equipped with 18 megapixel sensor with Dual “DIGIC 5+” processors sets the standard, and up to 12 frames per second shooting takes it beyond.
 
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Canon EOS 1DX. Image: eoszine.nl
If you want to make new movie or video clips, you can maximize Canon 1DX to shoot Full HD (1080p) video with a wide range of user selectable controls on a DSLR including exposure, frame rates, audio and compression control.

Canon EOS 1DX key specs:

18.1MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 30 fps
61-Point High Density Reticular AF
Dual DIGIC 5+ Image Processors
3.2 inch 1.04m-Dot ClearView II LCD Monitor
Native ISO 51200, Extended to ISO 204800
12 fps RAW+JPEG Shooting, 14 fps in JPEG
100k-Pixel RGB Metering Sensor & EOS iSA
Magnesium Alloy Body, Dual CF Card Slots
1000BASE-TX Gigabit Ethernet Terminal

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Nikon D4S. Image: photobyrichard.com
If you are looking for All-round professional performance of DSLR camera, Nikon D4S is a perpect companion for photography enthusiast. Accurate AF acquisition of extremely fast and erratically moving subjects, both near and far. The D4S is powered with EXPEED 4 for out-of-the-camera JPEGs with outstanding sharpness, exceptional skin tones, enhanced depth and minimized noise from ISO 100 to 25600.

Nikon D4S also great companion for moviemakers, because you can capture 1080/60p Full HD video with comprehensive operability, rich, noise-free color from ISO 200 to 25600, and an extraordinarily sharp 1920 x 1080 crop format.

Nikon D4S key specs:

16.2MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor
11 fps Shooting for 200 Shots with AE/AF
Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 60 fps
EXPEED 4 Image Processor
3.2 inch 921k-Dot LCD Monitor
Multi-CAM 3500FX 51-Point AF Sensor
Native ISO 25600, Extended to ISO 409600
91k-Pixel RGB Sensor and Group Area AF
14-Bit RAW Files and 12-Bit RAW S Format
1000 Base-T Gigabit Wired LAN Support

Both Nikon D4S, as well as Canon 1DX both are great camera that can satisfy you. There are many opinions that say that Canon is very great for use in the studio or indoor, and Nikon great for outdoor photography or landscape photography. However, if you have used the camera for a while, then basically the D4S and the EOS 1DX can be used for shooting under any conditions, both in space (studios) as well as for outdoor photography.

The photojournalist, particularly in the field of sport is also a faithful user of the Canon EOS 1DX and Nikon D4S, and you can watch the sports events locally, regionally and internationally. Both cameras are also used by the police investigation team (CSI) and other professions. You just need to find a few days before you decide which one will be your companion as a professional photographer.

If you are not satisfied with this review, then you can watch this video to see the unique perspectives that may be able to give an inspiration before you take an important decision today.