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5 Best Cameras for Nikon Videography

*Updated 2022* Choosing the best Nikon DSLR for video isn’t easy. Nikon has drastically improved it’s video capabilities in the last few years, making it possible to get professional results with less expensive cameras. However, some camera models make video production easier than others.

This list also takes into account price for the features.  Value is something every photographer should think about, especially if running a videography business.

That’s why we’ve compiled our list of the 5 best cameras for Nikon Videography.

It’s worth noting that lens selection is often more important than camera choice. With proper lighting techniques, a Nikon 70-200mm mounted on an entry-level D3300 will give you beautiful video. So, don’t blow your entire budget on a camera and forget about how important lens choice is. Check out our top 5 lenses for Nikon videography post for more on lens choice.

Best Nikon DSLRs for Video

All of the cameras on the list shoot 1080p/24fps, which is our go-to setting for nearly everything we shoot. 24fps is what gives the soft ‘film look’ to your videos, and 1080p is still considered professional, high-quality, and works for most business applications.

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1) Nikon D750 Nikon D780

The Nikon D780 replaced the D750. The biggest video difference is the D780 can shoot 4K up to 29.97fps. If you don’t need 4k, consider getting a D750 instead of paying the over 50% premium for the newer model.

We detailed our love-affair for the Nikon D750 when it was released – and wondered if it would be the D810 and D610 killer. It’s now become one of Nikon’s best sellers (along with the D810 – so it hasn’t quite killed that camera model…yet).

It’s got all the video settings of the D810 (including the most important for filming live events: changing the aperture while recording) but costs $1000 less.

For all its capabilities and reasonable price, it’s hard to beat the D750.

D750 Prices/Buying Options

Camera Body Only –  (View Current Sale Price)
Body + 24-120mm VR Lens – (View Current Sale Price)

2) Nikon D810 Nikon D850

If you like to shoot video, but also have a need or desire to shoot high-quality still photos (46MP compared to the D750s 24MP) – then you may consider the Nikon D850.

The D850 is Nikon’s replacement for the D810, a perennial favorite of ours for the high-end results in photo and video at an upper-middle price point.

Our favorite improvements vs the D810 are the tilting screen, ultra slow-motion at 1080p using 120fps, and ultra-fast 9fps for still shooting with more focus points.  These are features we would actually use often.

The Nikon D850 also includes the ability to shoot 4k video, and 8k and 4k time-lapse videos. (The D750 can also do 4k timelapse).  We discussed the use of 4k in a real-world videography business, and it holds true today.  TL:DR For most business, 1080p is still the standard.

View the D850 sale price.

2) Nikon D7200 Nikon D7500 

Moving into the more affordable cameras, the Nikon D7500 is an excellent camera for the money. It’s in Nikon’s DX line of cameras, which have a slightly smaller sensor.   The smaller sensor means the focal distance (zoom) will be intensified on each lens.  Focal distance will be increased by a factor between 1.3 and 1.5. (E.g. a 35mm lens performs like a 50mm lens).

We started our video business with a single D7000 (a couple versions ago) and rented another D7000.  We filmed one or two weddings with a 2nd rental before we bought another body.  You can get professional results with the D7500.  We were charging about $2,000 per wedding at the time (we then doubled that in a year).  After the first year and a dozen weddings, we moved up to full-frame cameras (D800 and later the D810)

Every videography business plan is a little different, so you have to use what works for you and your budget – but we filmed a LOT of weddings (and made a great side-income) with cameras just like these. They can be more challenging in fast-paced environments, but it can be done.

D7500 Prices/Buying Options

Camera Body Only –  (See Current Sale Price)
Body + 18-140mm VR Lens Kit – (See Current Sale Price)
Body + 18-300mm VR Lens Kit – (See Current Sale Price)
Previous Models: D7200 (New Price / Used Price) , D7100 ( New Price / Used Price), D7000 (Used Price)

4) Nikon D5600

Families, students, or beginners would be served well with the Nikon D5600. You can experiment with all of the same video frame rates and quality settings of the higher-end Nikon DSLRs.  It would be more challenging to shoot professionally with this camera, but you could get excellent results in some situations.

For instance, this camera would do fine when filming a documentary, short film, or any other scenario with enough time to adjust lighting.  Same with product videos or corporate videos.  It wouldn’t be my first choice for a wedding, though.

D5600 Prices/Buying Options

Camera Body Only –  (See Current Sale Price)
Body + 18-55mm Lens – (See Current Sale Price)
Body + 15-55mm + 70-300mm –  (See Current Sale Price) (Best Deal)
Body + 18-140mm –  (See Current Sale Price)
D5500 (Previous model, slightly cheaper) (See Current Sale Price)

5) Nikon D3400 Nikon D3500

Updated: The Nikon D3500 is the replacement model for the D3400.  On paper, these two cameras look very similar. The biggest difference is the weight, body design, button layout, and slight increase in battery life.

This is Nikon’s lowest entry-level DSLR and has the lowest price to match, but the Nikon D3400 is still a very good quality camera for the money and capable of shooting great-looking video.  Despite it’s lower price point, it’s still an excellent camera for the beginner or hobbyist who’s getting started with photography and videography.

D3400 Price/Buying Options:
Camera Body + 18-55mm Lens – (See Current Sale Price)
Camera Body + 15-55mm + 70-300mm –  (See Current Sale Price) (Typically the best deal)

Noticeably Absent from the list of best Nikon DSLRs for Video: Nikon D610. Priced $500 less than the D750, it’s not quite a bargain for the features you lose including 60fps at 1080p and the ability to change the aperture while recording. If you’re short on cash, get the D7200, but if you’ve got cash for a D610 – save for another month or two and get the D750 – it will be worth the wait in capability, results, and resale value.

This list also takes into account price for the features.  Value is something every photographer should think about, especially if running a videography business.

That’s why we’ve compiled our list of the 5 best cameras for Nikon Videography.”,
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*Updated for spring/summer 2018* Choosing the best Nikon DSLR for video isn’t easy. Nikon has drastically improved it’s video capabilities in the last few years, making it possible to get professional results with less expensive cameras. However, some camera models make video production easier than others.

This list also takes into account price for the features.  Value is something every photographer should think about, especially if running a videography business.

That’s why we’ve compiled our list of the 5 best cameras for Nikon Videography.

It’s worth noting that lens selection is often more important than camera choice. With proper lighting techniques, a Nikon 70-200mm mounted on an entry-level D3300 will give you beautiful video. So, don’t blow your entire budget on a camera and forget about how important lens choice is. Check out our top 5 lenses for Nikon videography post for more on lens choice.

Best Nikon DSLRs for Video
All of the cameras on the list shoot 1080p/24fps, which is our go-to setting for nearly everything we shoot. 24fps is what gives the soft ‘film look’ to your videos, and 1080p is still considered professional and high-quality.

1) Nikon D750

We detailed our love-affair for the Nikon D750 when it was released – and wondered if it would be the D810 and D610 killer. It’s now become one of Nikon’s best sellers (along with the D810 – so it hasn’t quite killed that camera model…yet).

It’s got all the video settings of the D810 (including the most important for filming live events: changing the aperture while recording) but costs $1000 less.

For all its capabilities and reasonable price, it’s hard to beat the D750.

D750 Prices/Buying Options

Camera Body Only – $1,999 (View Current Sale Price)
Body + 24-120mm VR Lens – $3,099 (View Current Sale Price)

2) Nikon D810 Nikon D850
If you like to shoot video, but also have a need or desire to shoot high-quality still photos (46MP compared to the D750s 24MP) – then you may consider the Nikon D850.

The D850 is Nikon’s replacement for the D810, a perennial favorite of ours for the high-end results in photo and video at an upper-middle price point.

Our favorite improvements vs the D810 are the tilting screen, ultra slow-motion at 1080p using 120fps, and ultra-fast 9fps for still shooting with more focus points.  These are features we would actually use often.

The Nikon D850 also includes the ability to shoot 4k video, and 8k and 4k time-lapse videos. (The D750 can also do 4k timelapse).  We discussed the use of 4k in a real-world videography business, and it holds true today.  TL:DR For most business, 1080p is still the standard.

View the D850 sale price.

2) Nikon D7200 Nikon D7500 

Moving into the more affordable cameras, the Nikon D7500 is an excellent camera for the money. It’s in Nikon’s DX line of cameras, which have a slightly smaller sensor.   The smaller sensor means the focal distance (zoom) will be intensified on each lens.  Focal distance will be increased by a factor between 1.3 and 1.5. (E.g. a 35mm lens performs like a 50mm lens).

We started our video business with a single D7000 (a couple versions ago) and rented another D7000.  We filmed one or two weddings with a 2nd rental before we bought another body.  You can get professional results with the D7500.  We were charging about $2,000 per wedding at the time (we then doubled that in a year).  After the first year and a dozen weddings, we moved up to full-frame cameras (D800 and later the D810)

Every videography business plan is a little different, so you have to use what works for you and your budget – but we filmed a LOT of weddings (and made a great side-income) with cameras just like these. They can be more challenging in fast-paced environments, but it can be done.

D7500 Prices/Buying Options

Camera Body Only – $1249 (See Current Sale Price)
Body + 18-140mm VR Lens Kit – $1,749 (See Current Sale Price)
Body + 18-300mm VR Lens Kit – $1,999 (See Current Sale Price)
Previous Models: D7200 (New Price / Used Price) , D7100 ( New Price / Used Price), D7000 (Used Price)

4) Nikon D5600
Families, students, or beginners would be served well with the Nikon D5600. You can experiment with all of the same video frame rates and quality settings of the higher-end Nikon DSLRs.  It would be more challenging to shoot professionally with this camera, but you could get excellent results in some situations.

For instance, this camera would do fine when filming a documentary, short film, or any other scenario with enough time to adjust lighting.  Same with product videos or corporate videos.  It wouldn’t be my first choice for a wedding, though.

D5600 Prices/Buying Options

Camera Body Only – $699 (See Current Sale Price)
Body + 18-55mm Lens – $799 (See Current Sale Price)
Body + 15-55mm + 70-300mm – $1149 (See Current Sale Price) (Best Deal)
Body + 18-140mm – $1,199 (See Current Sale Price)
D5500 (Previous model, slightly cheaper) (See Current Sale Price)

5) Nikon D3400

This is Nikon’s lowest entry level DSLR and has the lowest price to match, but the Nikon D3400 is still a very good quality camera for the money and capable of shooting great-looking video.  Despite it’s lower price point, it’s still an excellent camera for the beginner or hobbyist who’s getting started with photography and videography.

D400 Price/Buying Options:
Camera Body + 18-55mm Lens – $549 (See Current Sale Price)
Camera Body + 15-55mm + 70-300mm – $899  (See Current Sale Price) (Typically the best deal)

Noticeably Absent from the list of best Nikon DSLRs for Video: Nikon D610. Priced $500 less than the D750, it’s not quite a bargain for the features you lose including 60fps at 1080p and the ability to change the aperture while recording. If you’re short on cash, get the D7200, but if you’ve got cash for a D610 – save for another month or two and get the D750 – it will be worth the wait in capability, results, and resale value.”
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Best Nikon Camera for Videography

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Best Nikon Camera For Videos

Nikon has been the go-to for families looking to capture family vacations, graduations and weddings for generations. I remember my father lugging around a Nikon to my college graduation back in the day, and I’m very proud to say I took my Nikon video camera to my son’s preschool graduation last year.

Nikon has the name recognition, but Nikon also feels nostalgic. When you’re shooting with Nikon, it almost feels like you can be connected to the photographers who came before you, both in and out of your immediate family. 

I love Nikon for these reasons, and many more, but what truly convinced me to be a die-hard Nikon fan was the first Nikon video camera I purchased, which just so happened to become known as the best Nikon camera for video in the 2000s: the Nikon D90. 

While the Nikon D90’s features are almost laughable now, when it dropped in 2008, it was the first Nikon video camera. DSLR users could previously not shoot movies on their cameras. 

So, just over a decade later, what has changed in the Nikon video camera world? And what should you be looking for while you’re shopping for a Nikon DSLR video camera? 

What Features Should My Nikon Video Camera Have?

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When shopping for a Nikon video camera, the primary thing you should be considered about is your budget.

Nikon features such a wide range of Nikon DSLR video cameras and Nikon mirrorless video cameras that you are bound to be able to find one that fits your price range, but you need to know what that price range is before you start searching. Otherwise, you’re sure to fall into gear acquisition syndrome and buy a camera with features you don’t need and won’t use.

It’s also important to note that while one Nikon video camera may feature incredible added features, like fast burst shooting or filters, that doesn’t necessarily mean you should buy it. In fact, you should probably have a list of added features you are looking for before you even begin shopping.

Finally, you should be looking at video quality. If you aren’t an advanced photographer or into technology, though, it can difficult to sift through bitrates and processor information. So while you’re shopping for a Nikon video camera, I recommend watching multiple test shoot videos on YouTube.  

To make this process a little easier, I’ve provided video tests for each Nikon video camera I recommended. 

A Mirrorless Nikon Video Camera: Nikon Z6



As you can see in Jevaughn Smith’s video, the Nikon Z6 is the best Nikon for videography. Period. Nikon used this mirrorless body to do something it could never do before with its DSLR line: create a compact camera that can shoot cinematic quality video in 4K with a full-frame sensor. Get more details in my Nikon Z6 review.

This Nikon video camera can shoot in the following resolution and frame rate options:

  • 3840 x 2160 (4K UHD): 30p, 25p, 24p
  • 1920 x 1080 (Full HD): 120p, 100p, 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p, 24p
  • 1920 x 1080 (Full HD in slow motion): 30p 4x, 25p 4x, 24p 5x

Unfortunately, along with the good news comes the bad news: each video clip is limited to 29 minutes and 59 seconds, unless you’re shooting in slow motion with your Nikon video camera, then that limit is 3 minutes.

 

The Nikon Z6 also outshines similar cameras from other manufacturers when it comes to its bitrate of 144Mbps. 

Nikon Z6 Specs:

  • 4K video
  • 24.5MP full-frame sensor
  • In-body image stabilization
  • ISO range of 100-51,200
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • 273-point AF system
  • 12fps burst mode
  • 310-shot battery life

Nikon Z6 Pros:

  •  4K video capabilities
  •  Touchscreen LCD 
  •  High-resolution EVF

Nikon Z6 Cons:

  •  Short battery life
  •  Limited lens options (though this is improving rapidly)

Putting the specs of the Nikon Z6 aside, the bright contrasts, incredible low-light shooting, and crazy autofocus of this Nikon will convince you it is the best Nikon camera for video in a matter of minutes. 

Learn more about the Nikon Z6.

A Nikon Video Camera for the Budget-Conscious Buyer: Nikon D500



Huge shout out to Andru Milla for doing this quality video test on the Nikon D500. The Nikon D500 is considered the best Nikon DSLR for video by many videographers, despite the fact that it is now aging. 

The Nikon D500 was released by Nikon in 2016, making it 2 years older than the Nikon Z6 and therefore just a little bit cheaper. 

However, as I explain in my Nikon D500 review, this Nikon video camera features almost all of the same features as the Nikon Z6, making it a great choice for the budget-conscious videographer.

For instance, the Nikon D500 shoots 4K video (and was, in fact, one of the first Nikon cameras to be able to do so), features a good ISO range with usable footage even into the 12,800 range, and a touchscreen LCD. 

Nikon D500 Specs:

  • 4K video capabilities
  • 21MP sensor
  • 10fps burst mode
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • 153-point AF system
  • ISO range of 100-51,200 
  • 3. 2″ tilting touchscreen LCD
  • 1,240-shot battery life

Nikon D500 Pros:

  • Fast, accurate autofocus
  • Durable body fit for extreme weather shooting
  • 3.2″ tilting touchscreen LCD monitor with 100% screen coverage

Nikon D500 Cons:

  • 4K crop factor of 2.25x
  • Poor Full HD video capabilities

Learn more about the Nikon D500.

The Best Nikon Video Camera for Professional Videographers: Nikon D850



I count on DSI to bring me unbiased video tests on a weekly basis, and their Nikon D850 camera test is no different. 

But, if it isn’t clear in the video, the Nikon D850 is not a Nikon video camera for beginners. In fact, I would argue it isn’t even a Nikon video camera for intermediate videographers. You should have extensive experience working with Nikon cameras before diving into this one.

As I explain in my Nikon D850 review, this camera features 4K video with 30fps, the capability to shoot in pretty much any lighting, and 45.7MP of resolution, making all of your photos and videos crystal clear. 

Nikon D850 Specs:

  • 45.7MP full-frame sensor
  • 4K video capabilities
  • ISO range of 64-25,600
  • 151-point AF system
  • 3.2″ tilting LCD touchscreen with 2.36m dots
  • 7fps burst mode
  • Built-in Wi-Fi

Nikon D850 Pros

  • Incredible full-frame image sensor
  • 4K video
  • Fast and accurate AF system

Nikon D850 Cons

  • Expensive
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth aren’t always reliable

Learn more about the Nikon D850.

Did we miss your favorite Nikon video camera? If we did, what do you think is the best Nikon camera for video?

 


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The D3400 makes it easy to capture consistently impressive high-quality images. Step outside the box and experience true creative freedom, capturing great low-light shots and portraits with soft, blurry backgrounds. Photos and movies are captivated by a large 24.2 megapixel DX-format sensor, a powerful Nikon EXPEED 4 processor and a NIKKOR lens. With the widest ISO sensitivity range (100 to 25600), you’ll get crisp images even in near-darkness, whether it’s a rock concert or a romantic evening stroll. Add to this the ability to always be connected and you have everything you need to take photos that you can proudly show the world. Instantly.

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Compact and lightweight, the D3400 is always at your fingertips for unforgettable high-definition photos and movies. Thanks to the camera’s energy-saving design and high-capacity battery, you can shoot up to 1200 shots on a single charge¹. The large, high-resolution 7.5 cm LCD monitor makes it easy to compose and review shots, as well as apply special effects with perfect clarity. Wherever you are, you will always have at your disposal a step-by-step guide presented in the built-in help mode. Whether you’re just getting started with your DSLR or want to improve your skills, Help Mode is your go-to companion, helping you fine-tune your camera settings for great photos and movies.

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Nikon’s DSLR offers blazing speed, absolute precision and ease of use, allowing you to take great pictures with ease. Whether shooting close-ups or long distances, the camera’s incredibly accurate autofocus system ensures that the right subjects are quickly focused and then stored. When the moment is right, the D3400 is ready to shoot, capturing five superb images per second. Legendary NIKKOR lenses consistently deliver superb image quality and color reproduction. Nikon cameras have always been renowned for their ergonomic design, ensuring you always have the right buttons at your fingertips. Using the camera’s optical viewfinder, you can compose your shots in a way that would never be possible with a smartphone or compact camera. Thanks to this, you will be able to capture the selected scene exactly as you saw it through the viewfinder. The viewfinder blocks out sunlight so you can focus on taking pictures without distractions. In addition, when using the viewfinder, you can hold the camera more firmly in your hands, always getting sharp images, which is especially important when shooting distant subjects with a long lens.

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The D3400’s great features go beyond photography. Capture action with D-video recording. Capture smooth, detailed Full HD video clips at frame rates up to 50p/60p. Continuous autofocus allows you to keep the subject sharp even if it moves quickly. With the widest ISO sensitivity range, this camera makes it easy to capture outdoor night scenes or fun indoor parties. If you want to add expression, use the Nikon DX NIKKOR line of lenses to capture cinematic-quality movies that everyone would envy. Using a fast NIKKOR DX-format prime lens, such as the AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G, you can achieve a beautiful background blur effect by focusing the viewer’s attention on the subject. The included AF-P DX NIKKOR 18-55mm lens lets you shoot movies with minimal drive noise.

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The D3400 has everything you need for total freedom of expression. Choose from 10 built-in effects to turn your photos into true works of art. Just select the effect you want to apply and then shoot. Using the built-in retouch menu, you can easily apply a variety of artistic effects to your photos after shooting. With the help of Picture Controls, you can fine-tune image parameters such as contrast and saturation in more detail, getting exactly the photos you want. By pressing the “i” button in playback zoom mode, you can instantly crop the picture. By permanently connecting your camera to your smartphone or tablet using SnapBridge technology, your creative possibilities are truly endless. A handy photo sync feature makes it incredibly easy to manage your photos on your smart device, allowing you to edit them in your favorite software.

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If you have a Nikon DSLR, you don’t just have a camera. This is your chance to explore a whole new world of photography. From legendary NIKKOR lenses to Nikon flashes, your DSLR offers limitless expandability, allowing you to upgrade as you grow. Unique to Nikon DSLRs is the superior quality of NIKKOR lenses, and the D3400 is compatible with all DX² format NIKKOR lenses, allowing it to be used in absolutely any environment. Use a fast prime lens for beautiful blurry backgrounds, a telephoto lens for distant subjects, and a wide-angle lens for more dramatic effect. The world-renowned Nikon Speedlights help you unleash the most creative lighting possibilities with ease. With these portable flashes, you can effortlessly diffuse or soften light, add extra brightness to daylight images, capture better shots in twilight, and bring out the details of subjects in difficult backlit situations.

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Manufacturer

Lens included

Camera type

SLR

Viewfinder

Mirror (TTL)

Maximum resolution of clips

1920×1080

Type matrices

Color Depth

36bit

Crop Factor

Maximum Resolution

6000 x 4000

Total Pixels

24.7M

Extended values ​​ISO

ISO100, ISO6400, ISO12800, ISO25600

Effective pixels

24.2 million

White balance

auto, manual, listed

Flash

built-in, red-eye reduction, shoe, i-TTL

Image stabilizer (still image)

n/a

Timer

Aspect ratio (still image)

Interchangeable lens support

Nikon F mount

Using the screen as a viewfinder

Viewfinder field of view

Auto exposure processing

s shutter-priority, aperture-priority

X-Sync shutter speed

1/200 s

Metering

multi-zone, center-weighted, spot

Manual shutter speed and aperture

Screwdriver included

AF illuminator

Manual focus

Autofocus type

hybrid

Face detection

Electronic rangefinder

Interfaces

USB 2. 0, HDMI, Bluetooth

Memory card type

SD, SDHC, SDXC

Image formats

JPEG (3 levels of compression), RAW

Battery capacity

1200 mAh

Number of batteries

Battery format

custom

Video codecs

Video recording time

video file size 4 GB or 29 minutes

90 008 Movie recording

Audio recording

Maximum movie frame rate

60 fps

Movie recording format

Additional features

tripod mount, remote control, orientation sensor

395 g, without batteries

Size

APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm), 124x98x76 mm, without lens

LCD screen (diagonal in inches; number of pixels)

92 1000 dots, 3 inches

ISO sensitivity

100 – 3200 ISO, Auto ISO

Exposure compensation, EV

+/- 5 EV in 1/3 steps

Number of focus points

Recording mode R AW+JPEG

No low pass filter

Frame rate (fps)

5 fps

Timer operation, s

2, 5, 10, 20 s

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