In the camera world, the age-old debate of full-frame versus APS-C sensors rages on, with supporters standing firm when it comes to which ultimately creates a better photograph. Enter the D500 — Nikon’s newest DX camera. Housing a 20.9-megapixel crop sensor within its weather-sealed magnesium chassis, the newest addition provides the shooter with some stunning results via the speedy Expeed 5 processor, sensitive 153-point autofocusing system, a 10 frames per second burst mode, and an ISO range of 100-51,200, expandable to a mind-blowing-and-horribly unusable 1,640,000. Add smartphone connectivity, 4K video shooting, and an extremely convenient tilt-able touchscreen, and the D500 is perhaps your crop-sensor solution to the endless debate for image supremacy — even though the real answer towards what equipment attributes to the best images is actually the lens, or perhaps a 100 MP medium format sensor.
Purchase the D500 for $2,000 USD when it releases at Nikon dealers in March 2016.