Nikon D7500


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It’s been a highly anticipated camera by Nikon fans and it is everything they hoped it would be and more. The Nikon D7500 inherits a few key features from the outstanding D500, including the superb 20.6MP image sensor, the light meter and image processor. It also maintains a similar design to that of its predecessor and that makes it a lighter, easier to use camera. Speaking of what this camera brings new to the table, there have been some major upgrades, including the improved ISO range that now goes up to an insane ISO 1,638,400 (in all fairness, pictures look pretty bad around this figure), 4K video resolution and a tilting touch LCD screen. Speed has also been improved as the D7500 can shoot 8fps and has a better buffer.

There’s also filter which helps the sensor produce incredible levels of detail. It is hands down a fantastic camera that will meet even the highest demands. We highly recommended for advanced amateurs and enthusiasts and we believe it has all it needs to be a reliable back-up camera for pros.


  • Superb image quality
  • 4K video
  • 8fps
  • Tilting touch LCD
  • High ISO range


  • Only one SD card slot
  • Slightly less resolution than D7200
  • No GPS
  • No option for battery grip
  • Camera Specs:


    • Megapixels : 20.6
    • Sensor Size : DX
    • Video Quality : 4K
    • DxO Mark Test Score : N/A


    • Shutter Speed : 30s to 1/8000, bulb
    • Aperture : 50- 1,638,400
    • ISO : 8fps
    • Burst Speed : N/A
    • Autofocus Points : 51
    • Image Stabilization : N/A


    • Weight : 25.4 oz.
    • Viewfinder : Optical, pentaprism
    • Screen : 3.2 inch
    • Secondary screen : Yes
    • Controls : N/A
    • Battery Life : 950 shots


    • Manual Modes : Yes
    • RAW : Yes
    • Wi-Fi : Yes
    • Other : N/A

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