The next in line among cameras that we have used and tested is the Nikon D500, which is also the best DSLR camera to have ever been made. Sharp colour accuracy, good retention of sharpness and low noise rendition, coupled with class-leading auto focus mechanism. The Nikon D500 is the first prosumer DSLR from Nikon in a long time that even pleases the professional veterans, and as a result, can even take on many full-frame DSLRs around, barring certain engineering limitations.


  • Excellent ISO performance
  • Fast, accurate autofocus
  • Bright, vibrant colours
  • 10fps continuous shooting is great for professional sports photography
  • Wide variety of connectivity options


  • Somewhat bulky
  • Battery life keeps dropping