Nikon India Launches Nikon D750 Starting at Rs 96,950
Users looking to record longer videos and produce short films are able to simultaneously record files on external HDMI-compatible devices as uncompressed data.
Nikon India launches Nikon D7500. (Image: Nikon India)
Nikon India who recently completed a milestone of 10 years’ presence in India today launched the Nikon D7500.
The D7500, with 4K UHD video support is equipped with EXPEED 5 image-processing engine and an updated Nikon DX-format 20.9-megapixel CMOS sensor. Nikon D500 comes with the new Nikon DX-format sensor which also has a native ISO range of 100 to 512001 to provide minimal noise in low-light scenarios.
For camera shots to be shared on-the-move, SnapBridge4 and built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are made available.
Users looking to record longer videos and produce short films are able to simultaneously record files on external HDMI-compatible devices as uncompressed data, and the D-SLR’s own memory card. Sharing and viewing of videos on smart devices is also made more seamless with the option to write files in MP4/AAC format.
Auto Picture Control option enables the D-SLR to determine the optimal colour adjustment by fine-tuning the tone curve, colour and sharpness, within the camera.
The D7500 also incorporates flicker reduction for still images which reduces exposure variations under flickering light sources.
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With the 51-point AF system and high-speed continuous shooting at up to approximately 8fps3, the D7500 has the ability to shoot up to 50 shots2 in 14-bit lossless compressed RAW, with extended buffer capacity.
Expanded multiple exposure options and in-camera RAW processing options are now available as new features.
Individual images and composition or partially overlaid images that make up a multiple exposure shot can be previewed while shooting, with the option to save all or selected images to be combined on a computer after shooting.
Photographers are also able to process multiple RAW files in batches with the additional ability to apply settings, such as white balance and Picture Control during shooting in RAW, to processing parameters. This can be done by selecting the “original” setting from the menu.
D-SLR body weighs approximately 720g. The camera is designed with a deeper handgrip with the adoption of a monocoque body structure, which reduces both size and weight.
A new touch-operated, slim-tilting monitor for framing and photography styles has also been introduced. Photographers can configure settings, scroll through images, and control autofocus during shooting.
Equipped with support for SnapBridge4, photographers are able to remain connected to their smart devices. Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enable the continuous transfer of images and video files to a paired smart device via the SnapBridge mobile application.
SnapBridge also provides additional functions, such as remote shooting, automatic update of camera’s time and location information, embedding of credit information, reception of firmware updates as well as automatic uploads and cloud storage on NIKON IMAGE SPACE10.
The D7500 will be available from June 2017 onwards at Rs 96,950 (body only); Rs 115,450 (D7500 with AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens)
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