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 1185 €;
78 users have given it an average vote of 9.6 out of 10
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Pros:Tropicalization, weight, autofocus, burst, color gamut, Noise at high iso
Cons:Lack of battery grip, automatic underexporetion, connection with smartphone works when you feel like it
Opinion:I state that I do not make videos, so in this review the video sector is missing. By now it is well known that every now and then Nikon gets some camera right, this is one of those succeeded well, although something leaves a bitter taste in the mouth such as the impossibility of applying the battery grip or the lack of the flash ski cover. I never use the automatic and not even the scenes, when I tried them I noticed that the photos tend to under exposure. For the rest it's fine, fast and precise autofocus, bright and clear viewfinder in the well-readable information, good maneuverability of the rings. ergonomics overall are also good, although using heavy freehand canvases, the blew tends to form on the right index finger. For the purchase price it offers several features, including tropicalization and burst at 8 fps. The noise at the high iso iso and little perceptible. Connecting with the mobile app is critical, sometimes it sometimes goes unexplicably not. Many complain about the lack of the dual slot, but with what high-capacity SD's cost today, I don't see it as a problem. Good dynamic range and if you shoot directly in jpeg, release photos of excellent quality, both in colors and in light / dark, almost always well balanced. Wide menu but simple setting. Excellent durability of the single battery.
Opinion:After 7 years on the D7000, last year I decided to give myself the D7500. Unable to afford the switch to mirrorless I upgraded hoping not to regret the choice. Which didn't happen. The qualitative leap is tangible, and for the type of use I usually make, they have made significant improvements. First of all the ISO estate. On the D7000 I was trying not to go beyond 800, the D7500 I feel I can push it even up to 3200. The ability to connect the REFLEX to the mobile phone via SnapBridge is that convenience that Today I would no longer be able to give up, especially during the holidays. There is the possibility to download the photos in 2 ways: (1) in compressed format via bluetooth, about 300 Kb, useful just for less demanding people or for immediate sharing on social media (2) in maximum resolution using the integrated WiFi, a slightly slower procedure, but which allows us to secure at least the favorite shots and making you feel just a little less the lack of the second memory slot. When I was on vacation, with the D7000 to pass the photos on my mobile phone, I had to use an OTG cable and an SD card reader, and it still took four times as long. Sore note the hook for the shoulder strap which I find very annoying. The reflex is always unbalanced when carried around the neck (I have the sigma 17-50mm perpetually mounted). The D7000 was always adhering to the body. I don't understand why in a reflex of this caliber they wanted to install these hooks, similar to those of entry-level bodies. ultimately? I'd buy it back with my eyes closed. Many and significant merits. Few and passable defects. An APS-C DSLR pinnacle, before the plunge into the world of mirrorless
Pros:Iso seal, color gamut, light, sensor, sharpness, burst
Cons:Dual slot absent, battery grip unenforceable
Opinion:Since I come from a D3100, I immediately saw the abysmal differences: the D7500 is in all respects one of the best performing semi-pro SLRs in the Nikon world. In fact, the keys and functions are more or less the same as professional SLRs, especially the older sister D500. The screen is very convenient as, turning it, it is easily adaptable as needed. The snapbridge connection feature is also convenient in case you want to edit photos quickly. In the photos I also noticed very good clarity even with basic goalses. He's literally not afraid of the dark. The burst of photos is notable for being a semi pro, making it suitable for sports photography. It sins in the case of battery grip and double slots, characteristics that would have made the difference. In any case, the D7500 is recommended for those who come from an entry level and want to make the qualitative leap. Personally I can be satisfied with the purchase: if we take into account my current standards of photographs, the D7500 does too much!
sent on March 29, 2021
Pros:Low noise, shadow recovery, machine body
Cons:Focus in live view with little light
Opinion:I was undecided for years and to the last, between Nikon or Canon and APS-C or FF. From the first day of use all doubts have disappeared and I am very satisfied with the choice. I found what I was looking for, noise practically absent (very low iso use), rows with a great recovery of shadows and there was an immediate feeling with the machine body. The only out of tune note in my opinion: the focus in live view with little light, in stark contrast to the overall quality of the D7500. Anyway, other than that, I really like the D7500.
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
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