Nikon D7500 review 2022

Nikon D7500 is a middle-range DSLR camera, by looking at its specification you will notice that it was looking very similar to Nikon D500.

But, if you want to buy a Nikon D500, but doesn’t want to spend so much, then you can definitely choose d7500.

Nikon D7500 was launched in 2nd June 2017, the camera has 20.9 MP APS-C CMOS sensor, and gives you the ISO range of 100 – 51,200.

The powerful EXPEED 5 image-processing engine that gives your images and videos an exciting color combination, and also you can shoot fast-moving objects at 8 FPS.

Nikon D7500 Hands on Review video in Hindi

Nikon D7500 Specification

Resolution20.9 MP
Sensor Size23.5 x 15.7mm
Sensor typeAPS-C CMOS sensor
Image sensor formatDX
Image Resolution5568 x 3712 pixel
Video Resolution3840 x 2160 pixels 4KUltra HD
Video FormatsMOV, H.264/MPEG-4
Time-Lapse RecordingYes
Sensor TypeCMOS
ProcessorEXPEED 5
ISO100 – 51,200 ISO
Max ISO50 – 1,640,000 ISO
FPS8 FPS
LCD screen size3.2 inch
LCD Screen Resolution1,229k dots
LCD TypeTilting
LCD Screen typeTouchscreen
Dust controlYes
FlashBuilt-in
External Flash shoeYes
Weather SealingYes
SD card1 slot
Viewfinder TypeEye-level pentaprism single-lens reflex viewfinder
Viewfinder coverage100%
File systemSD/SDHC/SDXC (UHS-I)
Headphone PortYes
Record Timelapse videoYes
Shutter life150,000 cycles
Microphone portBuilt-in
Maximum Shutter speed1/8000 to 30 seconds
Camera Dimensions136 x 104 x 73mm
HDMIYes
USB portYes
GPSNo
Wi-FiYes
BatteryEN-EL15a Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
Battery Life950 shorts in a single charge
Remote ControlYes
Weight720g with battery and memory card but without body cap(640g Body only)

Nikon D7500 Unboxing Video (Hindi)

Nikon D7500 Pros and Cons

ProsCons
High ISO performance1 SD card slot
Built-in Wi-FiNo GPS connection
Best for beginnersNo UHS-II card support
High Shutter speed 1/8000 to 30 secondsNot waterproof body
Record 4K Ultra HD VideoNot shows available space remaining in the SD card
8 FPS continuous shooting speedThe LCD Screen is resolution is relatively lower than the D7200, but still, it’s very sharp.
Very comfortable grip
Big 3.2 inch LCD display
Capture image in low light
High autofocus system
Very Lightweight (640g)
Good battery life
APS-C CMOS sensor

Nikon D7500 Unboxing Video (English)

Nikon D7500 ISO performance

When it comes to photography, ISO plays a very important role with the high ISO, you can capture images even in low light, and it also enhances the image quality.

The Nikon D7500 has an ISO range of 100 – 51,200, and it’s expandable up to 50 –  1,640,000 ISO.

Image Quality

The Nikon D7500 has an EXPEED 5 image-processing engine that handles image processing data speedily and helps the D7500 to capture images at approx. 8FPS continuous shooting speed.

Even at high ISO, the noise is dramatically reduced, meaning that in your pictures and videos you will notice it becomes quite sharp and smooth.

Camera Sensor

The Nikon D7500 has a 20.9 MP CMOS image sensor that is used in the Nikon’s D500 DX-format flagship DSLR camera.

It gives excellent image quality even at high ISO settings by creating a perfect balance between noise and image resolution.

You could use the full power of your NIKKOR lenses and achieve the true potential of your camera. It is mainly designed to produce amazingly sharp and crisp images.

Picture control

The Nikon D7500 has a built-in Picture Control system. According to your image, you can easily take complete control over images and videos by selecting one or more than eight images at a time,

and also you can fast forward the task using the Auto Picture Control feature, which is newly introduced in the D7500.

If you want you can manually edit the images by adjusting brightness, clarity, contrast, and sharpness and give your images a more specific look.

Auto Picture control feature

The Nikon D7500 is a newly introduced Auto Picture Control feature, using this feature you can automatically maintain a consistent look across multiple images. So now you may ask, How does auto picture control work?

When you click an image, the auto picture control system automatically detects the color, brightness, clarity and sharpness in the image by the Advanced Scene Recognition System.

According to the image, it automatically customize the sharpness, hue, contrast, brightness, color tone, and clarity in the image, and as a result, you get your pictures a more desirable look without the need of retouching.

The auto picture control is more helpful in continuous shooting, it will maintain a consistent look across multiple images.

Nikon D7500 vs Canon EOS 80D Comparison

BrandNikon D7500Canon EOS 80D
Sensor  Resolution21 MP24 MP
Sensor TypeAPS – C CMOSCMOS
FPS8 FPS7 FPS
LCD Screen Size3.2 inch3 inch
Touch ScreenYesYes
LCD ScreenTiltingTilting
Microphone PortYesYes
LCD Screen Resolution1,229k dots1,040k dots
ISO100 – 51,200100 – 16,00
Max ISO50 – 1,640,00050 – 25,600
Headphone PortYesYes
Weather-Sealed  BodyYesYes
Color Depth24.323.6
AE BracketingYesYes
Focus Point5145
Image ProcessorEXPEED 5DIGIC 6
Viewfinder Magnification0.94x0.95x
Dynamic Range14.013.2
Time Lapse RecordingYesYes
Battery Life950 shorts in a single charge960 shorts in a single charge
Video Resolution3840 x 2160 pixel (Ultra HD)1920 x 1080 pixel (HD)
Storage Slot11
BluetoothBuilt-inNo
Sensor Pixel Area4.22μ3.7μ
UHS Card SupportUHS – lUHS – l
NFC ConnectionNoYes
Built-in FlashYesYes
Video OutputMOV, MPEG-4/H.264MOV, MP4, MPEG-4 AVC /H.264
GPSNoNo
Smartphone Remote featureYesYes
USB Version2.02.0 Micro – B
Camera Dimensions136 x 104 x 73 mm139 x 105.2 x 78.5 mm
Weight (full kit)720g730g

Nikon D7500 Previous Version Issues and Improvements

IssuesImprovements
Fixed LCD screen3.2-inch Tilting LCD display
Low ISO resolution 25,600Higher ISO resolution 51,200 almost 100% increment in ISO
Weight is 765gNow it has only 720g
No touchscreen displayYou can easily control your camera functions using the touchscreen display
No Bluetooth connectionNow you can connect your camera to any device using built-in Bluetooth connection
The previous version has the continuous shooting speed of 6 FPSIt has now 8 FPS continuous speed
The D7200 only shoots HD videosNow the D7500 can capture 4K Ultra HD videos

FAQ

Is the Nikon D7500 better than the D7200?

Yes, because D7500 is the upgraded version of D7200. It has a better ISO range, 3.2 inch LCD touchscreen display with 1,229k dots resolution.

The fast  8 FPS continuous shooting speed, and record high-resolution 4k Ultra HD videos with EN-EL15a Lithium-ion rechargeable battery.

What is the previous version of Nikon D7500?

The Nikon D7200 is the previous version of Nikon D7500. Now the D7500 is the latest model of the D7xxx series, and D7600 is the upcoming model of this series.

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