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Best Nikon Camera?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 13:24:21    Popularity:     

Tags: Nikon  Camera  

Hello, can anyone give some suggestion which one is better?

D800
D750
D500 Update: *D850
and D7500

Answers:

There is NO such thing as the "Best Camera" since the camera is only a tool and it is only as good/bad as the person using it, and it also depends on what kind of photography you're interested/involved in. Tell us about the photos you take so we can try to ascertain which one is better suited, in terms of features, functions and options they offer for your kind of photo-taking.

They are all fine cameras. But the only way to get the most out of any camera is for the user to be skilled in lighting and composition.

Look at the Pentax K-1.

The correct answer is: Yes. They are all very good for the types of photography that they were designed for.
The D500 is hands down the best Nikon for video. However, it's still not as good as a Sony and nowhere near as good as a Panasonic GH4 or GH5.

Because the D500 has an APS-C sensor, it's going to be the preferred Nikon for wildlife and sports photographers who need strong telephoto lenses. The 1.5x crop factor allows these types of photographers to achieve stronger focal lengths which can save them $thousands$ because they can use a 300mm as opposed to a full-frame camera which would need a 450mm lens.

The D850 is a megapixel beast! It is intended to be used in situations where you need to make large prints. Because it has 45.7MP the pixels themselves must be smaller in order to fit on the FX sensor. The smaller the pixel, the more noise you'll get at all ISO settings and the narrower the dynamic range. However, if you're a landscape shooter, then you'll always be at the lowest ISO setting, so this is not important.

As great as the D850 is for landscapes, it's not good for low-light users. For them, they would want to give up megapixels so that the pixels will be larger which decreases the amount of noise and increases dynamic range.

For this reason, you could easily justify buying more than one of the cameras on your list because they are "best" for what they were designed to do.

Update your question with what types of photos you want to make, and we can better answer which one is best for you. It could be that the best camera for you isn't a Nikon but a Sony, Canon or Pentax. Pentax is the only DSLR to have in-body image stabilization which allows you to stabilize the image up to 5.5 stops with any lens that fits the camera. This makes Pentax the best DSLR for low-light photography. It also has pixel shift technology in the Pentax K-1. Since there are more red/blue pixels than green ones, pixel shift allows the camera to gather more information and create a final JPEG that is sharper and with better color than what's possible with any Nikon. However, this can only be done with still subjects, and the K-1 focuses slower than most FX Nikon bodies making it a poor choice for sports photographers. Again, there are many different types of photography and there are bodies that are specifically designed for each type.

Best for what? The D7500 can't be considered to be in the same class as the D500 nor the D850. The D500 is arguably the best sports and wildlife camera on the market today. The D850 is more suited for landscape and portraiture.

If you have the cash, save up and get the 850. If not, 750 or 800 should be great.



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