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Nikon D7500 DSLR camera body - 4k video - 20.9MP - Touchscreen

  • 20.9MP DX CMOS sensor

  • ISO 100-51,200

  • 51-point AF

  • 8 frames per second

  • 3.2in, 922,000-dot tilting touchscreen

  • 4K Video

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With Nikon’s Expeed 5 processor on board, the D7500 offers a standard sensitivity range of ISO 100-51,200, which is extendable up to a jaw-dropping ISO 1,640,000. I’d approach those hugely extended ISOs with a pinch of salt, as on the D500 they sounded much better on paper than the pictures appeared in reality. But that shouldn’t mask the fact that this sensor still delivers the best high-ISO image quality of any non-full-frame model to date.

For continuous shooting, Nikon says the D7500 can run at 8 frames per second and keep going for 50 raw frames or 100 large JPEGs in a burst, which should be ample for all but the most trigger-happy of action shooters. This being a DSLR, it can track focus at full speed using its 51-point autofocus system, which uses the same phase detection module as the D7200. The AF array covers most of the viewfinder, and is specified as being sensitive down to -3EV (in other words, it should continue to work in moonlight). The D7500 gains the group-area AF mode previously seen on the D500 which allows multiple AF points to be used for keeping track of a moving subject, and which has proven to be very effective on previous models. Users can match their specific lenses to their camera with the Auto AF Fine Tune function to give the best possible focusing accuracy.

Nikon says the battery should provide 950 shots per charge

Metering employs a 180K-pixel RGB sensor, which also is used for face detection and subject recognition, while feeding information into the AF system to help the camera understand how a subject is moving around the frame. Alongside the usual matrix, centre-weighted and spot modes, the D7500 gains Nikon’s highlight-weighted metering. This aims to avoid clipping bright areas of the image to white, which in turn allows the user to make the most of the sensor’s immense dynamic range when post-processing raw files.

Video shooters will find both 4K and Full HD recording to be available, but while the latter uses the full width of the sensor, 4K reads from a 3840 x 2160 pixel region in the centre, which imposes a 1.5x crop. In-camera electronic image stabilisation is included to compensate for shake when shooting hand-held: this has the advantage of being able to correct for rotation around the lens axis, which is important for video but something in-lens stabilisation simply can’t do. It also works with every lens – not just optically stabilised ones.

Perhaps surprisingly, the D7500 has just a single SD card slot, unlike either the D7200 or the D500. Better news is that its pop-up flash can work with Nikon’s radio-controlled Advanced Wireless Lighting system to operate off-camera Speedlights wirelessly. Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth allow connection to a smartphone driven by Nikon’s Snapbridge app, and in-camera raw processing allows you to tweak images before sharing them. Nikon says the EN-EL15a battery should provide 950 shots per charge.


Additional Information

Manufacturer Part Number VBA510AE
Condition New
Weight (grams) 900.0000

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