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Steve’s Digicams analiza a fondo a la Nikon D500 y a la Fuji X-Pro2: dos de las buenas.

En este tiempo de retiro obligatorio el bueno de Steve’s Digicams se ha marcado dos análisis de maquinitas la mar de interesantes y ambas bastante nuevas: la Nikon D500, buque insignia carísimo de la gama DSLR APS-C de Nikon que duplica el precio de la también magnífica D7200, y la Fuji X-Pro2, cámara muy esperada y muy especial que si más no ha servido de preámbulo a la yo creo que más esperada aún y ya inminente Fuji X-T2.

Yo, con mi función de corre, ve y dile recién recuperada y aún no operativa a plena capacidad, ni mucho menos, os pongo lo habitual para esta WEB.

El TOP de las APS-C

El TOP de las APS-C

  • Cosas de la Nikon D500

Nikon D500 features:

  • Rugged frame built from magnesium alloy and carbon fiber
  • Weather sealing (like that found on the D810)
  • 20.9-megapixel DX-format (APS-C) CMOS image sensor
  • EXPEED 5 Image Processor
  • Multi-CAM 20K 153-point AF system
  • Burst shooting at up to 10fps at full resolution
  • Tilting, 3.2″ touchscreen LCD display with 2,359K dots
  • High-quality optical viewfinder
  • UHD 4K video capture at up to 30fps
  • 4K Time-lapse movie mode
  • Full 1080p HD Video at 60/50/30/25/24p
  • Sensitivity range from ISO 100 – 51200 (expandable up to 5 stops)
  • Picture Controls (now with Flat and Clarity)
  • Built-in Nikon SnapBridge technology: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC
  • Dual card slot (uses XQD or SD type cards)
  • Uncompressed HDMI output

The D500 is available now with a body only price of 1999.95 USD, or $3069.95 bundled with their 16-80mm VR lens. See our lowest price box at the top right of this page for current online pricing.

Pros:

  • Contains many features you’d expect to find on a more expensive DSLR
  • High ISO performance is outstanding versus others in this price range
  • Image quality is very good across a range of photographic conditions
  • Camera’s performance is very fast in Viewfinder mode
  • Plenty of dials and buttons for manual control
  • Up to 10 frames per second burst mode in JPEG
  • Performance only slows moderately in RAW image format
  • LCD screen is of an outstanding quality, offering tilt and touch capabilities
  • 4K video recording available at impressive 30 fps
  • Dual memory card slot allows for use of XQD memory cards, along with SD cards

Contras:

  • APS-C sized image sensor can’t quite match full frame sensors in image quality
  • D500 carries a high price tag versus other intermediate DSLRs
  • No built-in flash unit
  • Menu interface needs to be upgraded and be more graphical to take advantage of touch screen
  • Performance slows quite a bit in Live View mode versus Viewfinder mode
  • Battery performance can be below average, depending on usage patterns

Y este es el análisis completo

Porque tu lo vales.

Porque tu lo vales.

Cosas de la Fuji X-Pro2

FUJIFILM X-Pro2 features:

  • 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III image sensor
  • X-Processor Pro
  • Dust and water-resistant body
  • 61 points of weather sealing
  • Freeze resistance to 14°F
  • 3.0″ rear display with (1.62M dots)
  • Advanced Hybrid Multi Viewfinder (2.36M dots)
  • Diopter correction mechanism
  • ISO 200 – 12800
    • Extended ISO100 – 51200
  • 8FPS Continuous Shooting
  • Fast AF
    • 273 AF points (77 phase detection)
    • up to 0.08 seconds
    • motion predictive AF
  • 0.4 second start-up time
  • 0.05 second shutter time lag
  • 0.25 second shooting interval
  • 1/8000 second top shutter speed
  • 1/250 second flash sync
  • Full HD 1080p video @ 36Mbps
    • 60fps, 50fps, 30fps, 25fps and 24fps
  • Dual memory card slots
  • Slot1 compatible with UHS-II standards
  • Creative Filters
  • Monochrome ACROS film simulation
  • Grain Effect Mode
  • Interval timer
    • one second to 24 hours
    • up to 999 frames
  • Buil-in Wi-Fi
    • FUJIFILM Camera Remote app
    • Wireless Communication function
    • INSTAX Share App (iOS and Android) compatible
  • Compatible with all FUJI X-mount lenses

FUJIFILM X-Pro2 Optional accessories

  • Hand Grip MHG-Xpro2
  • Leather Case BLC-XPRO2

The FUJIFILM X-Pro2 (body only) sports a retail price of $1,699.95. See our lowest price box at the top right of this page to see current online pricing.

Pros:

  • ISO performance is outstanding versus other mirrorless cameras
  • Hybrid viewfinder is a great feature and offers good versatility
  • Many upgrades over the X-Pro1
  • Good overall image quality in a variety of shooting conditions
  • Can shoot in both JPEG and RAW image formats
  • Six different function buttons you can assign to customize camera’s operation
  • New on-screen menu design is well organized
  • Camera offers easy-to-use Q menu grid
  • Increased size of right hand grip makes operating the camera one-handed possible
  • Very cool retro design
  • Interesting Film Simulation feature

Contras:

  • Camera’s price is pretty high for a mirrorless model
  • No built-in flash unit
  • Battery life could be better
  • Camera will take some practice to learn to use all of the dials and buttons efficiently; no mode dial is used
  • EV dial hangs over back edge of camera, meaning you might bump it out of place inadvertently
  • Touch screen capabilities would’ve been nice to have
  • Not many high-end video recording features; no 4K video

Y este es el análisis completo

 

adolfo

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