Smaller, lighter, and more affordable while offering professional-level performance, those are the hallmarks of prosumer cameras that appeal to both professionals and serious enthusiasts alike. Since cameras don't really age, we re-look at five of the best options in 2017 from Canon, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus and Sony to see if they can be had for a bargain today.
If you're looking for a prosumer-level interchangeable lens camera, your shortlist should definitely consist of the Canon EOS 80D, Nikon D500, and Sony A6300. But which is our favorite? In this review, we pit these three APS-C cameras against one another to see which comes up tops.
Nikon just released the long awaited Nikon D500 camera, refreshing the flagship APS-C model with plenty of new technologies. We take a quick look to see if it's worth the wait, and grab a peek at their new D5 full-frame camera too. Now with price and availability details!
It took Nikon seven years, but the D500, the successor to the D300S, is finally here. The new DX flagship comes with a 20.9MP APS-C sensor, the same AF, AE and processor as the new D5, expanded ISO settings, 4K video shooting and more.