The Nikon D7500 is a reflex camera with APS-C (1.5x) sensor and 20 megapixels manufactured from 2017. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 50 - 1,600,000 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 8 FPS x 47 RAW, 100 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 952 €;
73 users have given it an average vote of 9.5 out of 10
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Pros:Sensor, weight, dynamic range, utilizo speed and amazing video and iso
Cons:Maybe the optical park for dx native nikon and livewien in the photo industry
Opinion:The first review, what to say the nikon d7500, gorgeous machine, I took it to make Avifauna and to make some videos, after two years of use I can say that even today it is difficult to find better, in this last year I am dedicating myself to videos, and to my surprise this machine to several professional functions, I was speechless of the quality of the videos , plus with the right optics it almost works wonders, with an external monitor gives videos to 8 and 10 bytrate, then has a file in full hd remarkable 48 megabytes per second and much, as far as the photo sector the sensor is concerned and really generous, coming from the sensor of the d7200 you notice the difference, in some cases the old sensor and more resolute , but in some ways and better the last, gives a naturalness that wrapped in too many megapixels is lost, then as far as I get the speed I have to say that I was amazed, in very few cases of reunions to have 100 shots without having trouble. Iso remarkable and dynamic range to go go, for those who want a reflex machine that goes well in all sectors the extra council. The weight little more than a fuji xt4, do a little with, remember and very robust and light
Pros:Sensor quality, ergonomics, battery life, price, and it's a Nikon !
Cons:Maybe and I say maybe, the online bluetooth and wifi procedure is to be reviewed, trigger mode selector with clutch, not entirely intuitive.
Opinion:These are my very first impressions of the d7500, a great Nikon home machine that has its strong points in the sensor and speed of the shot. I am not a professional but the use is completely amateur: my shots are mainly portraits and sports cars (Formula 1 at 90%), so speed is everything, and although it causes Covid-19 I could only do simulation tests, the d7500 impressed me positively and beyond. The handling is optimal, I consider it a plus, since when I use it on the track or in car/moto fairs, I have it on my hands for several hours. The improved autofocus in so many respects with more points, many more points than the d90 where I come from, does not have an amazing speed for now, but only a natural improvement over my previous Nikon. The ability to use a varied world of optics is another point in its favor, as well as instructions with high-size characters in the generous display-video, even because of age close to 50, has lost some autofocus points in the eyes. The price has dropped considerably since the launch being a Nikon of 2017, and today it is at a price that define interesting, it is to say the least. In many reviews on youtube have "spomped" me with the series of the lack of the second slot and the battery grip: for my use, not tange at all.
Cons:AF in videos, improved but still not at the level of the competition
Opinion:I'm a fan and I don't use it for work, which is also why I think it's a great camera with great cost performance ratio. The sensor has a phenomenal ISO highs resistance to being an APSC. It's a very fast machine and it has a good buffer, I come from D7100, and there's no comparison on this side, it's a small machine gun. The grip is really comfortable and with even important goals well balances. Convenient touch and I find the snapbridge good for both downloading photos on the cell, and for remote control of the machine. I don't miss the double slot too much, also because I don't need it, and I don't use battery grip. I find the presence of the integrated flash of good power very convenient, also to control the external one. I feel really good and the advice also saw the price now dropped a lot. I also think that the compatible optical park is immense, both with integrated ENGINE AF and without, and it is perhaps a detail that at the moment someone underestimates. For me it's a real best buy.
Opinion:After the d7500 I switched to the d500 and if I have to find a fault in the first is the burst and the sensor but you can not have everything, just compare the cost of the two. Anyway the d7500 in parer mia is a great machine, some reviews say that it is too expensive and that it does not have the second slot but... I repeat, in my view it is a bomb!
Pros:Operating speed, battery life, ergonomics and weight, pro functions, sensor quality and dynamic range.
Cons:For some, the absence of the second slot and battery grip can weigh. The shooting mode selection system is not very comfortable.
Opinion:I say that I make a purely amateur use of it and I am not a professional, but as a photoamateur I can only praise this D7500. The image quality is high, the sensor works well and returns beautiful files even in terms of the depth of the dynamic range. The machine is fast and can be a good compromise in value for money for those who can't afford the much more expensive (but performing) D500. The selection of shooting modes is cumbersome, otherwise the controls are well distributed and intuitive in use. The ergonomics are great, even without battery grip (not installable) the machine grips well and the shooting experience is pleasant. The weight is not excessive but still balances even the most "important" optics well. In conclusion if purchased at the right price is a machine that gives great satisfaction.
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