This week at CES Nikon wowed the audience with a first look at their new D500 DSLR, a DX-format crop-sensor camera with a host of pro-level features that is still very versatile. Billed by the brand as a "new era of DX-format performance," the Nikon D500 packs a new 20.9-megapixel CMOS sensor and Nikon’s new EXPEED 5 image processing engine, making the shooter fast and light. While the D500 doesn't get ISO range as high as the D5, for example, it can still range 100 to 51,200, perfect for wildlife and sports shots. It can also shoot at 10fps with a 153-point AF system, features a weather sealed magnesium alloy case, and it can shoot 4K video at 30p and 1080p. Finally, in addition to the usual connectivity, Nikon is also introducing SnapBridge, designed for wireless photo-sharing - you can check that out after the click. The Nikon D500 will be available in March 2016 with a price tag of $2,000.