Nikon D7500 Review

July 6, 2017 | Amy Davies |

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This latest addition to Nikon’s DSLR line-up represents the biggest revamp we’ve seen in the D7xxx series since the D7000 replaced the D90. The combination of Nikon's 20.9MP sensor and EXPEED 5 image processing engine from the D500 in an even more compact and affordable body is bound to be a tempting prospect for both new and existing users.
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The Nikon D7500 is a midrange APS-C DSLR that both sits below and borrows a lot from Nikon's APS-C flagship D500 including its 20.9MP sensor, high-res metering sensor (used for subject recognition) and very probably its image processor. In a lot of ways, it's like a mini D500, which in and of itself is like a mini D5. All three are built for speed.
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The Nikon D7500 features the 20.9 megapixel APS-C (DX) sensor from the Nikon D500 and offers 8fps continuous shooting, a 51-point AF system, 4K UHD video recording, and a tilting 3.2inch touch-screen. The camera is priced at £1299 body only, or £1599 with the 18-140mm lens, and sits above the D7200, which will remain on the market.
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For these reasons, the D7000-series has always been popular among enthusiast photographers who want professional-level control, without the professional-level price. However, the D7500 makes a few changes that some fans of the series will undoubtedly see as a step backward, as it plays a slightly different role than the cameras that preceded it.
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