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Published on: 2017-09-14     151 times read    0  Comments

Nikon wins EISA award

September 14: The latest model of Nikon DSLR camera, the D7500, has bagged the EISA Prosumer DSLR Camera 2017-2018 award presented by the European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA).

Since its establishment in 1982, EISA has chosen and honored the best imaging products released in Europe from a number of categories, Nikon said in a statement on September 13.

According to the company, the D7500 is equipped with the same EXPEED 5 image-processing engine and DX-format CMOS sensor as Nikon's flagship DX-format digital SLR camera, the D500, to enable superior image quality with minimal noise throughout its entire ISO 100–51200 range of standard sensitivities.

“The similar superior image quality and high-speed performance available with the D500 is packed into a slim and lightweight body, making the D7500 popular with a wide range of users, from the beginners to the experienced, although it is a mid-level model,” the statement said.

The D7500 is an advanced DSLR camera that packs much of the innovation of the acclaimed D500 into a lightweight, robust and more affordable body, the statement further said.

“Using the same 20.9 million pixel image sensor, processor and wide ISO range as the D500, the D7500 is a capable and versatile tool in the hands of a passionate photographer. With a burst speed of 8 frames per second and Nikon’s proven 51-point AF system it is well suited to capturing fast action. Thanks to Nikon’s SnapBridge technology, transferring images to a smart device is fast and seamless.”


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