Nikon D7500 Body

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Nikon D7500 Body
Nikon D7500 + Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD
Nikon D7500 + Nikon AF-S 35mm f/1.8G DX
Nikon D7500 + Nikon AF-S 16-80mm f/2.8-4 ED VR

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Nikon D7500 Body
Nikon D7500 Body
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Product information

Key specs

Lens included
No
Type of image sensor
APS-C
Type of image definition support
Full HD (1080p), Ultra HD (4K)
Camera usage situation
Recording, Sports photography, Vacation
Suitable for photographer type
Advanced

Pros and cons

According to our single-lens reflex camera expert
  • The D7500 performs well in low light thanks to the high ISO range and the autofocus system.
  • With 8 frames per second, you won't miss any of the action.
  • The camera records in 4K quality.
  • The LCD screen can only be tilted vertically.
  • The camera has 1 memory slot.
  • A memory card isn't included.
Product Expert single-lens reflex cameras

Description

The Nikon D7500 is suitable for anyone who's serious about photography. The device has a 20.9-megapixel CMOS sensor, 3.2-inch tiltable screen, and an EXPEED 5 image processor. Thanks to the maximum ISO value of 51,200 and an autofocus system with 51 focus points, you can even capture clear images at night without additional light sources. In terms of speed, this camera is also an excellent choice. With 8 frames per second, the D7500 misses none of the action. Video recordings can be made in either 4K or Full HD. In combination with the integrated interval timer and time-lapse function, you'll get fast-moving images of high quality. The camera can be easily controlled using the tiltable touchscreen.

The Nikon D7500 is suitable for anyone who's serious about photography. The device has a 20.9-megapixel CMOS sensor, 3.2-inch tiltable screen, and an EXPEED 5 image processor. Thanks to the maximum ISO value of 51,200 and an autofocus system with 51 focus points, you can even capture clear images at night without additional light sources. In terms of speed, this camera is also an excellent choice. With 8 frames per second, the D7500 misses none of the action. Video recordings can be made in either 4K or Full HD. In combination with the integrated interval timer and time-lapse function, you'll get fast-moving images of high quality. The camera can be easily controlled using the tiltable touchscreen.


Manual

Manual (18.64 MB)

Included by default

  • Manual (18.64 MB)
  • Carrying strap
  • Body cap
  • Eyepiece adapter
  • Eyecup
  • Battery EN-EL15A
  • Battery charger
  • USB cable

Included by default

  • Carrying strap
  • Body cap
  • Eyepiece adapter
  • Eyecup
  • Battery EN-EL15A
  • Battery charger
  • USB cable

Manual

Manual (18.64 MB)

Key specs

Lens included
No
Type of image sensor
APS-C
Type of image definition support
Full HD (1080p), Ultra HD (4K)
Camera usage situation
Recording, Sports photography, Vacation
Suitable for photographer type
Advanced

Reviews

Most helpful reviews

  • 5 / 5 stars
    9,6/10
    Awesome bang for the buck, almost pro-level

    Stefano Calio | 1 September 2020 | In the version: Body

    • Pros:
      Great sensor and AF system, the same as the D500
    • Pros:
      Lots of buttons for changing settings on the fly
    • Pros:
      AF motor, so it can autofocus even with the oldest lenses
    • Pros:
      Well built and weather-sealed
    • Pros:
      Modern and functional
    • Con:
      It could be a bit on the heavy side for some people
    • Con:
      It can't attach an additional grip
    • Con:
      No secondary card slot

    Great camera for the price, it can easily be the end game for people who don't care about going FX.

    Stefano Calio | 1 September 2020 | In the version: Body