We have the list of the best APS-C DSLR of 2016, which will definitely help to choose as your convenient.
Nikon D500 announced on 5th January, 2016 and it is the one of the best APS-C camera at present and its outstanding features placed it at the top position comparative to its rivals.
The features which pushed it to grab the top position are its 153-Point Multi-CAM 20K Autofocus System, which includes 99 cross-type sensors for better result in recognition of the subjects which has to be captured and the other 55 points used for better composition. Hence the more advance AF points of Nikon D500 helps it to grab the large AF area with sharp and quick identification of the real subject, whether the subject is moving rapidly or in still position.
The Nikon D500 has expandable ISO range of 50-1640000, and such higher ISO range doesn’t produce a bit noise in the images because the noise production is controlled by the advanced and upgraded technology used in its sensor and image processor of it. Hence due to the utilization of advanced technology, the camera takes full benefits of higher ISO and captures the magnificent images even in dim light situations with increased dynamic range without any noise production. It also maintains consistent brightness for the users capturing the images in changing light conditions.
The D500 supports 4K UHD video recording at 30, 25, and 24 fps frame rates and Full HD/HD recording at up to 60 fps and at different frame rates. Hence there is no doubt that the image captured by this camera will be appreciated by the photographers.
Canon 7D Mark II:-
Canon 7D Mark II announced on 15th September, 2014. Since it is almost 2 years older than Nikon D500 and we know the time period of 2 years is sufficient for the birth of new technology. There is no doubt that it stands at 2nd position just behind the leader of the Best APS-C DSLR Nikon D500.But having the older technology it gives a tough competition to its rivals and also have few remarkable features which still makes it to stay in 2016.
So the reasons which forced it to stay behind the topper Nikon D500 are its lower AF Points which includes 65-Point All Cross-Type Phase-Detect AF and the lower AF points affects the grabbing AF area badly slower and not quick as comparative to Nikon D500 in Phase Detect AF mode.
Canon 7D Mark II has lower ISO 100-51200 compare to Nikon D500, which has huge difference and it’s less ISO makes it 5 stop decrease in ISO compare to Nikon D500. Such lower ISO of Canon 7D Mark II plays an effective role and slower the speed of grabbing images in low light conditions compare to Nikon D500. Hence such feature will definitely liked by the professional photographers.
Canon 7D Mark II offers full HD 1080p video recording in multiple frame rates up to 60 fps comparative to D500 which supports 4K UHD video recording.
So, the professional photographers will definitely like to enjoy the higher resolutions videos of D500 comparative to its Full HD videos.
Hence these are the important factors which decided the fate of Canon 7D Mark II and placed it at No.2.
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