Nikon DL24-500. This DL, unlike the other two cameras in the DL series, has a bridge-type body so it escapes in little of the compact camera definition.
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Of course, having “more room” to put things in the camera opts for premium class features that we will hardly find in compact cameras. If compared to the other DL the touch is quite worse and seems to be designed with cheap plastic, which obviously is not, but the feeling is not the best. The design is more of the style of a DSLR camera and has many options and an interface very similar to these.
The DL24-500 is the most expensive of the three and this is due to its great objective. It has a long focal length that allows us to take high quality images. Regardless of who is still a Nikon and that is a seal of guarantee and quality on all four sides.
The sensor resolution is the same as the Nikon DL18-50 (20.8 MP) so we can also enjoy professional-quality images. Capturing video in 4K format is one of its great attractions and functions as slow-motion unleashes our imagination. It performs very well when capturing moving targets like animals or sports photography.
The image processor also matches, as in the rest of DL. The EXPEED 6A allows us to shoot bursts of 20 captures with autofocus without even bouncing. Autofocus is a hybrid based on the contrast approach and phase detection. It is the camera itself that decides which is the best system in each situation.
It has WiFi, NFC and Bluetooth connectivity. With them we can control the camera through our smartphone or tablet and share our captures in social networks. It is also compatible with the Nikon Snapbridge application compatible with both Android and iOS systems.