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Pros:Image quality, speed, compact, lightweight, build quality, professional use
Cons:Thick dirty sensor
Opinion:Excellent evolution of the 7000 series. It has been improved in several respects such as speed, image quality that makes it suitable for professional use if the lack of the double slot on the 7200 and the possibility of mounting the battery grip can be overcome. For the rest, the qualitative leap compared to the previous version was there. I am satisfied, although I must admit that I often have to intervene in the cleaning of the sensor as it turns dirty quite frequently.
Pros:Compact, lightweight, well built, burst, autofocus, tilting screen.
Cons:The shutter button is too sensitive. It is inconvenient to change modes from single shot to multiple shot, silent etc. since the dial in addition to being under the M-A-S-P to be moved you also have to press a button.
Opinion:Coming from a d3100 I find this reflex built well with many comfortable keys and dials and well inserted into the machine body. This helps to find the settings faster even if it took some exits to take our hand. Also compared to the d3100 we find many more points of focus although, I would have preferred even one less, but spread better all over the sensor. The focus is quick and precise and together with an important burst leads this reflex to be more than adequate even for sports photography or cmq for moving subjects. I find the tilting screen very comfortable for photos on tripods, the 20mpx sensor is adequate, you can make good recoveries and even at high iso, despite being apsc, if it does well. I can not give a judgment on wifi, gps, connection with mobile phone because I do not care and therefore I do not use these functions. I also find the shot button sensitive trope, I would have preferred a greater "resistance". Basically I am very satisfied with this reflex that will definitely be my faithful companion for several years.
Opinion:I Come from D7000 and D7200, this however resembles the D500 with its triptych sensor-lightmeter-processor has very different reactions from all the 7xxx that are slower. The first thing you notice is that the fire or exposure scraps go close to zero, while the 7200 to 1.8 in AF-C was not perfect, this instead makes a sequence of 47 shots at 8 FPS before stopping and the photos are almost all good , the AF then confirms a nice improvement, very fast and accurate. Tends slightly to Underexpose, but consistently, the precedents instead were more unpredictable and tended to burn the lights. The sensor is Sony, great recoveri and mpx right, ISO resistance to record. In Live View has the recognition faces, functional as the Fuji of a couple of years ago, touch to focus and articulated, unnecessary tune the auto AF. They Have improved the grip a little, it is better held in hand. It Is an extremely reliable medium and has a good speed, always brings home the result, using good optics come out excellent results. Of BG and second slot I don't know what to do with the previous ones I didn't use.
Pros:Excellent up-grade compared to the D7000, precise autofocus I would say, it seems to me right the choice of the 20.9 Mpx and in fact the high ISO yield goes very well, just as the recovery of even 3-4 stop, incredible, I like and I'm happy with the choice. The 7500 is also excellent for the multiplication of long lenses for photographic hunting typical of the reduced sensor. I Don't care about the battery-grip.
Cons:I don't understand why. As on all I guess, when I start a shooting on Trepod and select the shot with remote control and up mirror, this feature is not always kept, and is to be confirmed every time something changes. I'D prefer a stiffer system. For the rest certainly the absent double slot could make the nose twist but never happened to me a problem on the SD, never in years and years of shots with D80 and D7000.
Opinion:5 months from the purchase I'm happy with this camera and I recommend to all those who want to stay on APS-C. Does not disappoint on anything I would say. The file is nice and the first changes I do on capture NX-D, I'm fine to open the NEF with proprietary software, then I go to PS. Use with Nikon 16-80, Zeiss 50 mm f1.4, Nikon 70-300 AF-P and short with Tamron 60 mm F2. I Await a D760 FF hoping for the retro illuminated sensor because someone says to see big differences (between 810 and 850 ad es). Greetings to All
Pros:APSC quality, fast, appropriate sequence shots, mobile rear screen, high price quality, optimized sensor cleaning system, I still have dust scattered on the sensor..!!!
Cons:Focusing not a missile, even with quality optics, WIFI system and smartphone management to be reviewed completely! The connection is almost always difficult! I Come from the D7000 with two slots and I thought them very useful!!! Only 1 for me is a limit after knowing the double slot!
Opinion:I Come from use for photographic hunting and fast use by d7000 and the difference you see.. Oh, yes. Held to high ISO good! Quality pictures, effective burst.. On focus I have perplexity... Very Useful The rear screen tilting, it holds good! Overall however the average rating I would say represents this d7500!
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