Nikon D7500

Rating

14 Reviews
8.9

Date

April2017

MSRP

$1,000

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A successor to the D7200, the D7500 is Nikon’s enthusiast level DX DSLR camera. It inherits some key features from the higher end D500 and as a result is said to have great image quality & speedy performance.

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DPReviewJul 5th, 2017
8.6

Review: Nikon D7500

The D7500 is an outstanding stills camera and a refinement of an already excellent DSLR. It brings added speed and buffer depth to the enthusiast level and adds improved subject recognition. More comfortable to hold than its predecessor, the addition of a tilting touchscreen only adds to the camera's excellent ergonomics. And while 4K video is a nice selling point, the 1.5x crop and crummy video AF dim its appeal for movie makers. But for stills shooters, the D7500 is one beast of a camera.

Dan BracagliaReview
Digital Camera WorldAug 1st, 2017
9.0

Nikon D7500 Review

The drop to 20 megapixels will be a surprise to many and this has a slight impact on the D7500’s outright resolution – but its speed, low-light performance and overall image quality are first rate. It might look like a bit of routine range-filling on Nikon’s part, but it plugs an important gap in the line-up.

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Imaging ResourceSep 27th, 2017
9.0

Nikon D7500 Review

It's no longer the DX-format flagship, but the Nikon D7500 is nevertheless an extremely capable camera, and comes with a pricetag that's much more affordable than the D500, despite including the same imaging pipeline and many of the same features. Its light and comfortable carbon fiber body packs in serious performance and great image quality, but should a few feature subtractions sway you in favor of its flagship sibling? Find out now in our in-depth Nikon D7500 Review!

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TechRadarNov 17th, 2017
9.0

Nikon D7500 review

This latest addition to Nikon’s DSLR line-up represents the biggest revamp we’ve seen in the D7xxx series since the D7000 replaced the D90. The combination of Nikon's 20.9MP sensor and EXPEED 5 image processing engine from the D500 in an even more compact and affordable body is bound to be a tempting prospect for both new and existing users.

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Digital TrendsJun 26th, 2017
8.0

Nikon D7500 review

For those who covet the more expensive D500, the D7500 offers pros and enthusiasts a nice balance of price and performance. But for fans of the D7000-series, particularly existing D7100 or D7200 users, we suggest looking at shooting needs, as the D7500 isn’t something we would automatically recommend.

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PCMagAug 4th, 2017
8.0

Nikon D7500

The Nikon D7500 SLR inherits many of the features of the flagship D500 and is available for a lot less money, but omits some features found in previous D7000 models.

Jim FisherReview
Trusted ReviewsAug 3rd, 2017
9.0

Nikon D7500 Review

The D7500 is a solid all-rounder, and a great upgrade for D5000-series owners – but right now, the D7200 simply offers much better value for money.

Andy WestlakeReview
StuffJul 25th, 2017
10

Nikon D7500 review

If you don't mind its DSLR bulk, this is one of the best all-rounders you can buy at this price

Amy DaviesReview
Photography BlogJul 6th, 2017
9.0

Nikon D7500 Review

Overall, the Nikon D7500 is an great all-round enthusiast camera for those looking for their next step up DSLR, especially for those who don’t have pockets deep enough for the D500. If you shoot a lot of action, want dual memory card slots, and more AF points, consider saving up a little bit longer and getting the more expensive camera. Otherwise, the D7500 should meet most of your needs.

Amy DaviesReview
Photography Life
8.8

Nikon D7500 Review

If you can deal with the single card slot, and you don’t mind the weight of a DSLR, the D7500 might just be the best camera on the market at this price. It’s certainly one of the most well-rounded. This camera makes it easy to capture the pictures you have in mind, whether that’s landscape or sports photography, and the image quality is on par with the best you can get from a crop sensor camera today.

Spencer CoxReview
Camera JabberJul 14th, 2017
8.8

Nikon D7500 Review

The D500 is great, but as a pro-level camera its price puts it out of reach for many. The fact that the D7500 has many of the same components, specifically those that determine image quality, makes it very attractive. Add in the fact that it has an excellent autofocus system and can shoot at 8fps for up to 50 uncompressed raw files with full focusing and it’s sure to win many fans.

Angela NicholsonReview
ePHOTOzineJun 23rd, 2017
10

Nikon D7500 Full Review

If you regularly shoot at high ISO speeds (or want the option to), and want to be able to record 4K UHD video, whilst having the choice of a wide range of Nikon lenses, then the Nikon D7500 will be a great choice, with excellent image quality, and reliable performance.

Joshua WallerReview
Pocket-lintJul 27th, 2017
9.0

Nikon D7500 review

The Nikon D7500 is a cracking camera. It's up there with the most usable Nikon DSLR ever, thanks to it's fast processor, solid build, bright viewfinder and responsive tilt-angle touchscreen.

Timothy ColemanReview
Tom's GuideSep 13th, 2017
8.0

Nikon D7500 Review

The Nikon D7500 is an advanced-enthusiast DX-format camera that impresses with its top-notch image quality and blazingly fast performance.

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