“Its speed, low-light performance and overall image quality are first rate. It might look like a bit of routine range-filling on Nikon’s part, but it plugs an important gap in the line-up.”
“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.”
“This DSLR packs a serious punch, and it is reminiscent in many ways of Nikon’s higher-end options, both full-frame and crop sensor. Not everything about the D7500 is perfect, but Nikon got a lot of things right.”
Nikon D7500 DX-format Digital SLR comes with a large 3.2 inch 922K dot LCD touchscreen that tilts up and down to shoot at low and high angles and has a Live View feature that focuses on the subject.
The Nikon D7500 DX-format Digital SLR comes with inbuilt Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for easy connectivity and instant photo sharing to your tablet or smartphone. The camera also comes with a Nikon SnapBridge App that easily connects with Android or iOS devices and shares full resolution images and videos.
The camera’s 51-point autofocus system is paired with 15 cross-type sensors, and group-area autofocus can be paired with up to a continuous shooting capability of 8 frames per second. The Nikon D7500 DX-format Digital SLR uses 20.9-megapixel DX-format image sensor and EXPEED 5 image processor. The camera also uses 180,000-pixel RGB sensor to enhance autofocus performance and identify human faces during high-speed shooting.
The camera comes with a long battery life that can capture nearly 950 shots on a single battery charge. The camera also comes with an inbuilt flash that uses thorough, in-camera scene analysis to adjust the exact amount of light that is perfect for your subject.
The camera has wireless commander capability with up to three groups (C/D/E) of radio-controlled Speedlight or two groups (A/B) of line-of-sight Speedlights. The camera also comes with auto AF fine-tune in Live View to make adjustment simpler for minor variations between the lens and the camera.